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A blueprint and proof-of-concept for a national cyber security sensor network

Florian Skopik, Stefan Filip
2019 International Journal on Cyber Situational Awareness  
The basic idea of IoC-centric cyber security sensor networks is that the national authorities distribute Indicators of Compromise (IoCs) to organizations and receive sightings in return.  ...  The timely exchange of information on new threats and vulnerabilities has become a cornerstone of effective cyber defence in recent years.  ...  The AEC uses the SNS to collect threat sightings from partners and to evaluate the quality of IoCs.  ... 
doi:10.22619/ijcsa.2019.100129 fatcat:nyv3x3qhbvacbouxhpgqnto4aq

Decaying Indicators of Compromise [article]

Andras Iklody, Gerard Wagener, Alexandre Dulaunoy, Sami Mokaddem, Cynthia Wagner
2018 arXiv   pre-print
In this paper, the open-source threat intelligence platform MISP is used to implement and showcase a generic scoring model for decaying IoCs shared within MISP communities matching their heterogeneous  ...  The steady increase in the volume of indicators of compromise (IoC) as well as their volatile nature makes their processing challenging.  ...  One of these platforms is MISP [25] , an open source threat intelligence sharing platform that enables various actors from private or public IT-communities to share a wide range of their information,  ... 
arXiv:1803.11052v1 fatcat:aazegw6ykfaffcpvq3vdf4dmeq

Taxonomy driven indicator scoring in MISP threat intelligence platforms [article]

Sami Mokaddem, Gerard Wagener, Alexandre Dulaunoy, Andras Iklody
2019 arXiv   pre-print
It includes all kind of IoCs, malware and vulnerabilities, but also financial threat or fraud information. Hence, the volume of information is increasing and evolving.  ...  One major feature for this trend change is the number of incidents and various Indicators of compromise (IoC) that appear on a daily base, which can only be faced and solved in a collaborative way.  ...  The aim of MISP permits various actors, be it from private or public IT-communities to share their information, IoCs, malware and other existing threats. MISP is a peer to peer sharing platform.  ... 
arXiv:1902.03914v1 fatcat:zgwtcolo5zh6popqpdu3mdr4h4

Contextualized Filtering for Shared Cyber Threat Information

Athanasios Dimitriadis, Christos Prassas, Jose Luis Flores, Boonserm Kulvatunyou, Nenad Ivezic, Dimitris A. Gritzalis, Ioannis K. Mavridis
2021 Sensors  
Therefore, it can automate filtering by measuring the equivalence between the context of the shared threat information and the context of the consuming organization.  ...  One crucial challenge is the plethora of shared threat information. Therefore, there is a need to advance filtering of such information.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest. Disclaimer: Any mention of commercial products is for information only; it does not imply recommendation or endorsement by NIST.  ... 
doi:10.3390/s21144890 fatcat:dquqrluc6ffqpg3337ndj6pyoa

Distributed Security Framework for Reliable Threat Intelligence Sharing

Davy Preuveneers, Wouter Joosen, Jorge Bernal Bernabe, Antonio Skarmeta
2020 Security and Communication Networks  
Computer security incident response teams typically rely on threat intelligence platforms for information about sightings of cyber threat events and indicators of compromise.  ...  We have implemented and evaluated the feasibility of our distributed framework on top of the Malware Information Sharing Platform (MISP) solution, and we evaluate the performance impact using real-world  ...  Acknowledgments is research was partially funded by the Research Fund of KU Leuven.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2020/8833765 fatcat:ircv5kio5ffennfm2u7sporsmq

Promotion of US private investment

Dietmar Haubold
1971 Intereconomics. Review of European Economic Policy  
At first sight, the two programmes seem to be almost identical.  ...  An Introduction to The Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC), March 1970, p. 6. s Cf. Fact Sheet, Ioc. cit., p. 4. Loc, clt., Section 235 (a) (2). 8 Cf. Fact Sheet, Ioc. clt., p. 1.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf02926251 fatcat:v6rf7jbyy5cozk7fh4flkadxfi

It Is Time to Implement the Sportology Towards the 2020 Games and Beyond

MASATO MIZUNO
2016 Juntendo Medical Journal  
In order to establish healthy society as legacy of 2020 Games, the Sportology must be promoted and implement concrete actions.  ...  There were presentations of the themes followed by question and answer session in the morning. After lunch, there was a venue sight visit by bus.  ...  And will contribute to more young people worldwide, sharing the dreams, hopes and benefits of sport. The new Games vision and the concept of the Games were announced by the Organizing Committee.  ... 
doi:10.14789/jmj.62.s18 fatcat:lvdekksfhrgaboecwnsqh5qrk4

The clash of property and environmental rights in the Niger Delta region of Nigeria

Sunday Bontur Lugard
2016 Journal of Sustainable Development Law and Policy  
The clash of these rights can best be addressed by ascribing "collective property" and not "private property" right to the acreage over which they have been granted licence to prospect for, explore or  ...  The pursuit of the IOCs' property right over petroleum resources has set them against the other stakeholders' right to a healthy environment.  ...  Finally, the IOC finally income tax on its share of the profit oil.  ... 
doi:10.4314/jsdlp.v7i1.3 fatcat:qs5x3racjva6rme2u6wxlasa3a

Reforming Global Sport: Hybridity and the Challenges of Pursuing Transparency

Kathryn Henne
2015 Law & Policy  
This article outlines current calls for greater transparency in global sport and considers how capitalistic underpinnings and distinct hybrid arrangements complicate the task of transparency.  ...  It concludes by reflecting on how insights from studies of regulatory capitalism can inform alternative approaches to transparency and accountability in global sport.  ...  Although previous analyses acknowledge the shared roles of public and private actors, the implications of hybridity for reform agendas receive less attention. I therefore directly address them here.  ... 
doi:10.1111/lapo.12044 fatcat:xzeyyhdj5fca5mnmst2gvnax2q

Island in the neoliberal stream: energy security and soft re-nationalisation in Hungary

Rico Isaacs, Adam Molnar
2016 Journal of Contemporary European Studies  
, public dissatisfaction with high energy prices and the emergence of an 'illiberal state'.  ...  Firstly, conceptually there is a need to move away from just focusing on the radical re-nationalisation of energy in the form of resource nationalism, and instead understand re-nationalisation as a consisting  ...  gradual purchase of shares in private companies.  ... 
doi:10.1080/14782804.2016.1198688 fatcat:u5hyvssv3fap3iblesxcgqxbtm

Natural Gas Market [chapter]

Joseph Essandoh-Yeddu
2012 Advances in Natural Gas Technology  
share of the IOCs' operations.  ...  IOCs that are short-sighted would not invest in R&D and by this posture, would be those which would cease to exist.  ...  Advances in Natural Gas Technology Natural gas is a vital component of the world's supply of energy and an important source of many bulk chemicals and speciality chemicals.  ... 
doi:10.5772/36476 fatcat:6p4wkjmki5batjib3oabmrjwoi

A one-off event and the construction of organisational identity: the case of the 2016 Lillehammer Youth Olympic Games Committee

Eivind Åsrum Skille, Trine Løvold Syversen, Dag Vidar Hanstad
2019 European Journal for Sport and Society  
Using OI theory, we scrutinised how the youth focus of the winter edition of the Youth Olympic Games (YOG) and the institutional environment of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) shaped LYOGOC's  ...  These values were lived by internally and expressed externally to make the LYOGOC work within the institutional environment of the IOC and 'the Olympic family', local sport organisations, and communities  ...  All in all, the OI of LYOGOC was first and foremost something people within the organisation used and shared.  ... 
doi:10.1080/16138171.2019.1706238 fatcat:2ujlvhmdbbhszjcvm3hmwmugui

Accelerating the three dimensions of E&P clockspeed – A novel strategy for optimizing utility in the Oil & Gas industry

Ruud Weijermars
2009 Applied Energy  
The third part of this paper (Sections 7-11) presents the empirical analysis of E&P clockspeed performance for two peer groups (IOC supermajors and public private partnership NOCs) comprising six companies  ...  and cross-sectional analysis, insight in the critical drivers of E&P clockspeed acceleration based on the companies studied, a set of recommendations to support and speed up the optimization of the individual  ...  Private Oil [27, 28] , the present study focuses on the strategy concept of clockspeed that may be beneficial for both State Oil (NOCs) and Private Oil (IOCs).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.apenergy.2009.01.019 fatcat:unpqahop65c5xiuzr6snz25psy

The Mega-Event Syndrome: Why So Much Goes Wrong in Mega-Event Planning and What to Do About It

Martin Müller
2015 Journal of the American Planning Association  
Problem, research strategy, and findings: Mega-events such as the Olympic Games and the Football World Cup have become complex and transformative under-takings over the last 30 years, with costs often  ...  Investigating these symptoms together allows us to see them as the result of a shared complex of problems, shifting the focus toward the causes and drivers of negative outcomes.  ...  Host cities should involve the private sector in risk taking to ensure the commercial viability of facilities and to reduce the exposure of the public sector.  ... 
doi:10.1080/01944363.2015.1038292 fatcat:6xnuqrcnqzcqlgfz3uqwmp4bym

TerraSAR-X mission

Rolf Werninghaus, Francesco Posa
2004 SAR Image Analysis, Modeling, and Techniques VI  
This paper will describe first the public-private-partnership scheme applicable for TerraSAR-X, the roles and responsibilities of the partners as well as the overall project organization.  ...  The German national SAR-satellite system TerraSAR-X is based on a public-private-partnership agreement between the German Aerospace center DLR and EADS Astrium GmbH.  ...  and Calibration Segment (IOCS), and • the Payload Ground Segment (PGS).  ... 
doi:10.1117/12.511500 fatcat:jkjkglae25asbfmkxndru5zr24
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