August 16, 2009

IntelFusion and Project Grey Goose give birth to ‘IntelFusion: FLASH Traffic”

IntelFusion and Project Grey Goose give birth to ‘IntelFusion: FLASH Traffic”

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One of my long term goals for Project Grey Goose was to find a way to deliver our unique brand of cyber intelligence on a real-time basis to the customers that need it most. Our team of international investigators painstakingly collect, analyze, and produce a significant amount of valuable information on a daily basis but our output has been limited to one or two reports produced annually. Our Phase II report, in fact, was just favorably reviewed by Bruce Sterling in Wired magazine.

Although I present our findings almost monthly at various government agencies and conferences, and although I have fielded numerous inquries from interested contractors to collaborate on related projects, nothing substantive has materialized to date.

Consequently, I have decided that it’s time to create our own vehicle for delivering real-time intelligence on the global cyber threatscape to decision makers in the executive suite of corporations as well as senior leadership in government.

In light of the many challenges faced by both corporate and government VIPs as they travel around the world and workat home, I am very pleased to announce the launch of a weekly cyber intelligence brief written just for you called IntelFusion: FLASH Traffic - a real-time assessment of the global cyber threatscape in six regions: Asia, Africa, Australia, the Americas, the European Union, and the Russian Federation / Commonwealth of Independent States.

Delivered at the start of each week, subscribers will receive via encrypted email a very succinct, jargon-free, one page brief identifying the most significant findings at the top of the page, and then broken out by region. Subscribers will also have the opportunity to request research in areas that are critical to them.

I want to stress that this is not for the Sys Admin or IT administrator in your company. There are plenty of other newsletters that speak their language. IntelFusion: FLASH Traffic identifies technical threats and interprets them in plain, non-technical terms, just as we have done in our Project Grey Goose reports.

If you are interested in becoming a subscriber to IntelFusion: FLASH Traffic, please contact me via email (mailto:jeffreyc @ greylogic.us )from your work address to obtain our subscriber rates. I will also be giving away a signed first edition copy of my upcoming book “Inside Cyber Warfare” (O’Reilly Media, 2009) http://greylogic.us/?page_id=90 to every new subscriber who signs up for this service between now and our anniversary date of August 22, 2009.

The first issue of IntelFusion: FLASH Traffic will arrive in subscribers Inboxes early Monday morning, August 24, 2009.

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