Software Engineering Institute | Carnegie Mellon University
Software Engineering Institute | Carnegie Mellon University

Cyber Intelligence Research Consortium

Cyber intelligence--the acquisition and analysis of information to identify, track, and predict cyber capabilities, intentions, and activities to offer courses of action that enhance decision making--is vital to organizations that want to have a full understanding of their cyber environment and their exposure to threats. The Cyber Intelligence Research Consortium brings together organizations from a variety of sectors to exchange ideas, engage in hands-on activities, and learn from experts in the field.

 

Cyber Intelligence: What You Need to Know Now

Free Information Sessions in Pittsburgh and NYC

Join us in New York, Chicago, or PIttsburgh for an information session and workshop. Attendees will participate in human-centered design activities and a fictional threat scenario, and experts from the SEI will present information about a comprehensive approach to cyber intelligence as well as a look at the work of the Cyber Intelligence Research Consortium. Representatives from the Consortium will be on hand to answer any questions attendees may have regarding joining the Consortium.

 

Now Accepting 2017 Members

We are now accepting new members for 2017. For more information, email cyber-intel@sei.cmu.edu.

Consortium Member Benefits

  • collaborative workshops on cyber intelligence technologies, trends, and techniques held in Pittsburgh and Washington, DC
  • annual capture-the-flag exercise to test your cyber intelligence skills in a simulated threat environment
  • access to prior-year exercises and workshop materials
  • training in cyber intelligence concepts
  • access to cost-effective resources for cyber intelligence workforce development and technology scouting
  • awareness of analytical practices across government, industry, and academia
  • insight into the skills and capabilities of the Software Engineering Institute (SEI), a federally funded research and development center (FFRDC) located at Carnegie Mellon University

Members

  • Large financial organizations and banks
  • Commercial organizations
  • Academic organizations
  • Government and Intelligence Community organizations

What Members Say About the Crisis Simulation Exercise

I really enjoyed how the simulation mirrored a real life scenario.

The technical aspects of the simulation are relevant to my daily work.

I thought this was a fantastic experience and exercise. I look forward to attending next year's simulation!

I really enjoyed the simulation. I am looking forward to attending future simulations and I will definitely recommend this simulation to others.

 

 

Learn More About the Consortium

Contact Us

cyber-intel@sei.cmu.edu

 

Cyber Intelligence at the SEI