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During this episode, Steven Bradley discusses threat intelligence, Department of Homeland Security Information Sharing and Analysis Centers (ISACs), and the newly formed Cognitive Security Intelligence Center.
Steven Bradley works at the intersection of technology, security operations, and policy to advance U.S. national cyber defense. He has over 20 years of experience managing the development and application of advanced data analytics solutions to support a variety of national security missions, including cybersecurity, through his work at the Department of Energy National Laboratories. He has also led cyber threat intelligence teams engaged in threat analysis, attack simulation and threat hunting. In July 2020 he became the director of the newly-formed Cognitive Security Intelligence Center, and in August, he published a paper through the Carnegie Endowment Partnership for Countering Influence Operations entitled: “Securing the United States from Online Disinformation—A Whole-of-Society Approach.”
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