“Threat Intelligence At Microsoft: A Look Inside” SANS Threat Intelligence Cyber Summit 2017
Sergio Caltagirone, Andrew Pendergast, and Christopher Betz, “Diamond Model of Intrusion Analysis,” Center for Cyber Threat Intelligence and Threat Research, Hanover, MD, Technical Report ADA586960, 05 July 2013
Sergio Caltagirone, Doug Shikashio, David Manz, and Sean Melton, “RADICL: Design and Feasibility,” University of Idaho, Moscow, ID, Technical Report CSDS-DF-TR-05-29, 2005.
Sergio Caltagirone, “Criminal Law Perspectives of Contemporary Issues in Computer Security,” University of Idaho, Moscow, ID, Technical Report CSDS-DF-TR-05-28, 2005. (presentation)
Sergio Caltagirone, “Evolving Active Defense Strategies,” University of Idaho, Moscow, ID, Technical Report CSDS-DF-TR-05-27, 2005.
Sergio Caltagirone, “Questions About Active Response,” 4th Workshop on the Active Response Continuum to Cyber Attacks. George Mason University, Fairfax, VA, USA, March 2005.
Sergio Caltagirone, Paul Ortman, Sean Melton, David Manz, Kyle King, and Paul Oman, “Design and Implementation of a Multi-use Attack-Defend Computer Security Lab,” Proceedings of the 39th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, (January 4-7, Poipu, Kauai, Hawaii), 2006.
Sergio Caltagirone, Paul Ortman, Sean Melton, David Manz, Kyle King, and Paul Oman, “RADICL: A Reconfigurable Attack-Defend Instructional Computing Laboratory,” Proceedings of the International Conference on Security and Management, (June 20-23, 2005, Las Vegas, NV), CSREA Press, 2005, pp. 97-103.
Sergio Caltagirone, Deborah Frincke, “ADAM: Active Defense Algorithm and Model,” in Aggressive Network Self-Defense, N.R. Wyler and G. Byrne, Eds. Rockland, MD, USA: Syngress Publishing, 2005, pp. 287-311.
Sergio Caltagirone, Bryan Schlief, Matthew Keys, and Dr. Mary Jane Willshire, “Architecture for a Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game Engine“, Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges, v.18 n.2, December 2002, p.105-116. (presentation)