We brought together a team of experts and wrote the definitive guide to everything you need to know about threat intelligence. Whether you work in vulnerability management, incident response, or another part of cybersecurity, our book has something for you. Get your free copy of “The Threat Intelligence Handbook” now. We have some further notes from last week’s Billington CyberSecurity Summit linked below. The conference’s call to action was heavily answered by US Federal organizations who seem to have devoted some thought to interagency cooperation (particularly between the Departments of Defense and Homeland Security). And they’re also devoting a great deal of time and attention to securing the 2020 elections. It would appear that, whatever Congress does or doesn’t do in the way of election security legislation, the Executive agencies have found more than enough authorities and intelligence to get to work on the challenge. Over the weekend Wikipedia sustained a cyberattack that took it offline in several countries. Computing calls the outage the result of a large distributed denial-of-service attack affecting Europe and the Middle East. The Wikimedia Fo...