Christian Studer from CIRCL new co-chair for STIX in the OASIS TC for CTI

MISP core functionality is information sharing and promoting open standards, such as STIX and the MISP standard, is crucial to ensure interoperability between communities, organizations and the tools they use.

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OAS Promotes Information Exchange on Cyber Threats through the Implementation of MISP in Costa Rica

“The Secretariat of the Inter-American Committee against Terrorism (CICTE) of the Organization of American States (OAS), through its Cybersecurity Program and the network of Cyber Security Incident Response Teams of the Americas (CSIRTAmericas Network) provided technical assistance to the National CSIRT of Costa Rica in the implementation and installation of the malware information sharing platform or MISP node.

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MISP Fundamentals presentation at FIRST.org 2021 Virtual Symposium

The MISP session demonstrates how the open source Threat Intelligence Platform functions; the two experts explain how to share, comment and contribute and analyse information using MISP.

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MISP Summit 0x06

On Thursday 21st October 2021, the 6th MISP summit took place online and gathered a huge attendance with an agenda full of interesting presentations.

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Efficient NIS reporting with MISP

If you are wondering how MISP can be used in the framework of the NIS Directive User Community to share not only the observed attacking techniques but also the reporting, NISDUC has just published a Lessons Learnt report “NISDUC Lessons learnt –vol.

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The Luxembourg and Australian CSIRTs reinforce their cooperation

Since three years, the Luxembourg Computer Security Incident Response Team (CSIRT) known as CIRCL has been invited by their Australian counterparts at the AusCERT conference, one of the most important security event in the south pacific region, to present the research and development projects of the Luxembourg team in terms of information security.

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