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Jart Armin


Jart Armin is a leading activist, analyst, and researcher of hacker intrusion, and advances in cybercrime mechanisms and assessment. Jart gained notoriety for exposing cyber attacks on Georgia as well as cybercriminal hosts such as RBN (Russian Business Network) McColo, Atrivo, Spetsenergo and others. More recently, Jart has been at the forefront of quantification of cyber security and cyber attacks, as well as advances in CTI (cyber threat intelligence), botnet, automated threat tracking and attribution. Jart is a member NATO's “National Cyber Security Framework" and a member of the ENISA Threat Landscape Stakeholder Group.