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What the heck is Threat Intelligence ?

Submitted by Kai Iyer (@kaiiyer) on Friday, 14 June 2019

👩🏾‍💻 Open Software 🕵️ Security


Insights to threat intelligence and the recent developments which evolved the infosec industry.
Infosec enthusiasts and developers can look for scope and wide range of possibilities to push their potential.
How threat intelligence can affect an individual in cyber world and what are the common mistakes made by everyone which leads to data thefts and compromising privacy.


What is threat intelligence ?
What are the recent developments in the industry ?
Why we need threat intel and how will it affect one’s life ?
The scope for devs and hackers
Common steps to protect data and security
Tons of resources to work on !


Apart from curious mindset a dev laptop.

Speaker bio

I am an infosec enthusiast and a dev working on threat intelligence for quite a time. I did several projects and completed quite a number of courses on infosec. I am a certified ethical hacker and redhat certified system administrator. Currently I’m working as an intern at EY. My project on threat intelligence was one of the top projects selected from EY challenge for Idea Fest finals. So, I believe I have got the skillset and knowledge to deliver this session.



  • Devdutt Shenoi (@devdutt) Reviewer 4 months ago

    Hey Anoop, will it be possible for you to give us a better understanding of what tech stack you’ll be using to describe your concept to the audience?

    Apache web server, WordPress, what will be the target of your attacks. If it will be abstract, we suggest you use something for giving us a better understanding :)

    • Kai Iyer (@kaiiyer) Proposer 4 months ago

      Mostly Python scripts and MISP(Malware Information Sharing Platform). Redis/Apache server as per requirement.

      • Devdutt Shenoi (@devdutt) Reviewer 4 months ago

        Ok, thanks for the proposal. If you’re selected the speaker team will contact you 😄

  • Devdutt Shenoi (@devdutt) Reviewer 3 months ago

    @kaiiyer, could you give use a rough time requirement for your session?

  • Kai Iyer (@kaiiyer) Proposer 3 months ago

    Around 40 minutes

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