Information sharing is a key element in detecting security breaches and proactively protecting information systems and infrastructures, but the practical aspect is often forgotten. Alexandre Dulaunoy offers an overview of MISP, a free software tool that supports information-sharing practices among communities, and shares some lessons learned while building it.
Alexandre Dulaunoy works at the Luxembourgian Computer Security Incident Response Team (CSIRT) CIRCL in the research and operational fields. He is also lecturer in information security at Paul-Verlaine University in Metz and the University of Luxembourg. Alexandre encountered his first computer in the ’80s—and promptly disassembled it to learn how the thing worked. Previously, Alexandre manager of global information security at SES, a leading international satellite operator, and worked as senior security network consultant at Ubizen (now Cybertrust) and other companies. He also cofounded Conostix, a startup that specialized in information security management. Alexandre enjoys working on projects that blend “free information,” innovation, and direct social improvement. When not gardening binary streams, he likes facing the reality of ecosystems while gardening plants or doing photography. He enjoys it when humans use machines in unexpected ways.
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