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Subject: Call for presentations is open for OASIS/FIRST Conference, submission deadline 16 Aug

Cyber Threat Intelligence Matters

Borderless Cyber and Technical Symposium

Hosted by: FIRST and OASIS

6-8 December

Prague, The Czech Republic

Website: http://eu17.first-oasis-conference.org

Deadline for Proposals:
16 August


OASIS and FIRST will join forces in December to present a two-day program geared toward bringing together cyber threat intelligence experts from industry, government agencies, and CSIRTs worldwide to share experiences, debate, and collaborate on strategies, tactics, and practices to effectively protect your organization.


We invite you to join the conversation. If you have ideas and experiences which you feel would be helpful to people who are responsible for setting their organization’s cyber strategy, please submit an abstract. Presentations should target a technical audience from various disciplines, such as security teams, commercial security vendors, open-source security developers, CSIRTs, and maintainers of open security standards. Stories of how your organization integrated threat intelligence to tangibly improve your security, stories of failed efforts and lessons learned, ideas for fresh approaches, new research findings, as well as analyses of policy trends are all welcome.

Topics of interest

The Program Committee is particularly interested in submissions that share Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) experiences and knowledge, such as case studies addressing:

      Obstacles leading to the success or failure of an initiative

      How to use CTI data

      Policy issues impacting the sharing and usage of CTI data

      Tools for sharing and using CTI

      How to deploy proactive and reactive threat intelligence automation to save time and resources

      Emerging exchange standards for CTI data

      New models and techniques to classify information (e.g. Information Exchange Policy (IEP)) in an effort to improve incident response

      Evaluation and implementation of new sharing models — including their economic impact and benefits

      Recommendations on how to validate and qualify the information shared — highlighting techniques for dealing with large amounts of CTI

      Success and failure stories integrating CTI into an organisation

      Legal and technical challenges when sharing data under new legislations such as NIS and GDPR and between the EU and other countries (US and alike), including under Mutual Legal Assistance Treaties (MLATs)


We will accept presentations either 25 or 45 minutes in length, including Q&A. Panel discussions can be 60 minutes in length.


The Program Committee will peer-review all proposals and reserves the right to adapt or restructure submissions to ensure an interesting and compelling program. Marketing presentations will not be considered.


Lightning talk sessions will take place over the two day program. Talks will be limited to 5-10 minutes. Lightning talk submissions will take place during the conference.


Submit your proposal: http://eu17.first-oasis-conference.org

Required information

      Presentation title

      Abstract (200-1000 words) describing material to be covered and take-aways for the audience

      Speaker contact details, bio (maximum 200 words), and photo

      Estimated Time (suggest 25 or 45 minutes, or 60 minutes for panels)

Dates to Remember:

      Proposals due by: 16 August 2017

      Notifications will be sent by: 6 September 2017

      Conference Dates: 6-7 December 2017

      Training Date: 8 December 2017

Contact us directly with any questions  ̶  events@oasis-open.org.


OASIS and FIRST Planning Team

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