Partnering Industry Cyber Services with Government Threat Intelligence

Join us for a discussion on how we operationalize exclusive high value classified intelligence to detect and provide actionable early warning against sophisticated cyber-attacks and nation state sponsored attacks in unclassified networks using threat intelligence provided through the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Enhanced Cybersecurity Services (ECS) Program.


DHS screens and selects a handful of commercial cybersecurity providers to partner with to create an advanced level cyber protection service through its ECS Program. DHS shares access to sensitive and classified cyber threat intelligence with these vetted service providers. In turn, the service providers use that intelligence to detect malicious traffic in customer networks.


The combination of government provided threat intelligence with the advanced skill sets of the top cyber security service providers creates a critical advantage in advanced mitigation over adversaries. ECS is the only capability on the commercial market that uses classified cyber threat information to protect unclassified networks and is meant to further augment, not replace, your existing cybersecurity capabilities. Learn how this unique capability can further protect your data and gain advanced warning against sophisticated cyber attacks.

Speaker and Presenter Information

Alex Amirnorvin
Director of Products and Chief Architect for Cybersecurity Services


Sandra Jontz
Vice President of Communications and Chief Knowledge Officer, Associate Publisher
AFCEA International/SIGNAL Magazine

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Other Federal Agencies, Federal Government, State & Local Government

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Tue, Dec 7, 2021, 1:00pm ET

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