Inside IT: Sharing Cyber-Threat Information

July 9th, 2013 |
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IT Best Practices: Episode 53 – Information technology is no longer simply an isolated set of machines and tools used on a narrow set of tasks. The Global Digital Infrastructure, or GDI, is a worldwide network of devices and services that facilitate a wide range of transactions and interactions for individuals and organizations. As this infrastructure grows, we depend on it more and more. And that means no single organization, no single government, no single entity has a broad view of the “attack surface” of this infrastructure. In this podcast we examine what organizations are doing to minimize risk across the GDI with our guest Brian Willis, Senior Cyber Threat Analyst with Intel Corporation.

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