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Using Evernote as an Threat Intelligence Management Platform - Grecs (Circle City Con 2015 Videose 2015) (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Using Evernote as an Threat Intelligence Management Platform
Grecs

Circle City Con 2015

Most people are already familiar with Evernote. It?s easy to just throw all our miscellaneous data into the Elephant and effortlessly find it later with a quick search or correlate similar ideas with tags. Evernote is literally our external brain that increases our intelligence and helps us become more productive overall. This presentation discusses an experiment of using Evernote as an informal threat intelligence management platform, the specific concepts and strategies used, and its overall effectiveness. Although using Evernote in this way in large enterprises is probably not possible, the same lessons learned can be applied to implement a similarly effective system using open source or commercial software.

Bio: grecs has almost two decades of experience, undergraduate and graduate engineering degrees, and a really well known security certification. Despite his formal training, grecs has always been more of a CS person at heart going back to his VIC-20, Commodore 64, and high school computer club days. After doing the IT grind for five years, he discovered his love of infosec and has been pursuing this career ever since. Currently, he spends his days improving and architecting SOC solutions. At night he runs a local infosec website and tries to get some hands-on skillz.

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