International Conference on

Cyber Threat Intelligence

October 14-15, 2024 | Amsterdam, Netherlands

Theme: Advancing Justice through Forensic Science: Innovation, Integration, and Impact

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About Cyber Threat Intelligence

Attend the “International Conference onCyber Threat Intelligence Conference scheduled for October 14-15, 2024, in Amsterdam, Netherlands. The event will focus on the importance of forensic science in promoting justice through innovation, integration, and impact. With the theme “Advancing Justice through Forensic Science: Innovation, Integration, and Impact,” the conference will bring together top experts, researchers, and practitioners in cyber threat intelligence and forensic science to exchange insights on the latest advancements, effective practices, and cooperative approaches to address cyber threats and improve forensic investigations.

Scientific Sessions

01. Future of Cyber Threat Intelligence

02. Understanding and Mitigating Supply Chain Threats

03. CTI for Government and Public Sector Security

04. Using Machine Learning for Threat Detection

05. Case Studies in Cyber Threat Intelligence

06. Building an Effective CTI Program from Scratch

07. CTI and Cloud Security

08. Intelligence Sharing and Collaboration in Cybersecurity

Who to attend Cyber Threat Intelligence Conferences?

Why to attend Cyber Threat Intelligence Conferences?

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Amsterdam, the esteemed capital of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, stands as a beacon among Europe’s premier tourist destinations. Nestled in the western Netherlands within the province of North Holland, Amsterdam is a city that seamlessly marries rich cultural heritage with modern dynamism. The city’s heart is cradled by the meandering river Amstel, which converges in the vibrant city center, giving rise to an intricate network of canals that have become emblematic of Amsterdam’s charm. Beyond its picturesque waterways, the city boasts an intellectual hub with universities, academies, and research institutes that contribute to its status as the country’s leading cultural center.
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Event Summary

Conferences serve as essential platforms for academic researchers and business executives alike. They encompass various elements, including numerous presentations, interactive breakout sessions, hands-on product demonstrations, and unparalleled networking opportunities.

We’ve extended invitations to globally renowned keynote speakers, experts, brand ambassadors, and industry leaders, who will graciously share their insights and ideas with our esteemed conference attendees.

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The answer is simple – to gain valuable insights into the challenges and opportunities in signal generation, transduction efficiency, and integration of transducers with Cyber Threat Intelligence Platforms. These Stripe Conferences provide a platform where experts in the field share their knowledge and expertise, allowing attendees to learn from industry leaders. Not only do biosensors offer a way to monitor various processes indirectly, but attending International conferences also provides a unique networking opportunity. By connecting with like-minded professionals, you can expand your professional network and potentially collaborate on future projects. Moreover, Cyber Threat Intelligence helps you stay up-to-date with the latest trends and developments in your industry. With technology constantly evolving, attending these conferences ensures that you are always aware of the latest advances in the field of biosensors. So why miss out on such a valuable opportunity? Attend Cyber Threat Intelligence conferences and stay at the forefront of your industry.

The Stripe Conferences is organized by the Stripe journal Cyber Threat Intelligence will take place virtually on October 14-15, 2024 in Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Conferences Scientific Sessions list : 

    • Future of Cyber Threat Intelligence
    • Understanding and Mitigating Supply Chain Threats
    • CTI for Government and Public Sector Security
    • Using Machine Learning for Threat Detection
    • Case Studies in Cyber Threat Intelligence
    • The Role of Dark Web Intelligence in Cybersecurity
    • Building an Effective CTI Program from Scratch
    • CTI and Cloud Security
    • Intelligence Sharing and Collaboration in Cybersecurity
    • Emerging Trends in Malware and Ransomware
    • Cyber Threat Intelligence for Financial Services
    • Threat Actor Profiling and Attribution
    • Operationalizing Threat Intelligence for Incident Response
    • Leveraging Artificial Intelligence in CTI
    • Cyber Threat Intelligence in Industrial Control Systems
    • Advanced Threat Hunting Techniques
    • Real-world applications of the MITRE ATT&CK Framework
    • How to Start Using Priority Intelligence Requirements (PIRs) on a Budget
    • Enhancing Malware Code Similarity Detection through Vectorsearch and TLSH
    • Decoding Cyber Threats: A Practical Guide to Using Attack Trees

Welcome to the Stripe Conferences on the Future of Cyber Threat Intelligence, which will be held on October 14-15, 2024 in Amsterdam, Netherlands

Join us at Stripe Conferences for Cyber Threat Intelligence Conferences 2024. Download the brochure to access essential information on speakers, guidelines, and the tentative program for this exciting event.

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