Andrew de Lange
Anomali, Technical Director, MEA
Andrew de Lange is a Technical Director for Anomali. Andrew has over 16 years of experience in cybersecurity, with the bulk of that time spent in Financial Services and Banking. Before joining Anomali, Andrew was the head of Threat Intelligence for a major bank, and he is an evangelist for Cyber Threat Intelligence collaboration initiatives and community-driven defence.
Anomali, VP of Product Management
Chris has been involved in collecting, enriching, and disseminating security intelligence for over 16 years. As the Vice President of Product Management at Anomali, he leads the evolution of next-generation intelligence, detection, and response products. He has experience with intelligence analysis and SOC management, in addition to product management for technologies designed to support analysts, responders, and threat hunters. Chris has been working extensively with the private sector, government and MSSPs, ISACs, and other industry organizations, giving him an understanding of their unique pain points and how to help solve them.
PolySwarm, VP of Threat Intelligence
Christopher Elisan, VP of Threat Intelligence at PolySwarm, is a seasoned Reverse Engineer, Malware Researcher and published Author. He speaks at conferences around the world and frequently provides expert opinion about malware, botnets and advance persistent threats for leading industry and mainstream publications. Elisan’s published works include Hacking Exposed: Malware and Rootkits, 2 ed.
Anomali, Senior Director, Product Marketing
Joe Ariganello is the Senior Director, Product Marketing for Anomali, leading global product marketing strategies and activities. Joe has over 20 years of experience in the cybersecurity, wireless, telecom, and mobile applications space, leading product marketing activities in start-up and large enterprise organizations including FireEye, Neustar, Nextel, TCI, Certia, and BlueVoyant. An avid gamer, Joe ran the mobile games business for Sprint Nextel and started his own mobile gaming company, KA9 Media. Joe holds a Bachelor's Degree in Marketing from Iona College.
Anomali, Vice President and General Manager, EMEA
Justin Coker has spent over two decades in senior sales management roles at leading enterprise cybersecurity companies. He joined Anomali from IronNet Cybersecurity, where, as Vice President of EMEA, he built out their EMEA sales team from the ground up on their journey to their recent IPO. Prior to that, he was Vice President EMEA at Skybox Security, where he grew the EMEA business from scratch, engaging with a comprehensive list of EMEA's largest organizations as clients and creating strong alliances with many of the premier partner organizations across EMEA.
Before that, at Symantec, he led the UK and Ireland's Retail Banking and Finance enterprise sales team for five years, after successful IT sales positions at AXENT Technologies, Parametric Technology, and Fujitsu. Justin enjoys building and scaling successful teams and is passionate about delivering business value to clients and partners across the region.
Flashpoint, Director, Customer Success for EMEA
Following a career in Military Intelligence with the British Army, predominantly in the SIGINT field and latterly in training policy and Information Assurance/Cyber Security, Kevin Tongs was employed as the Information Security Manager for a multinational company. In this role, he was responsible for all aspects of cyber security strategy and design, implementation and improvement. He also transitioned the company from ISO27001:2005 to ISO27001:2013.
In 2015, he joined iSIGHT Partners as a Technical Account Manager, prior to their acquisition by FireEye. At iSIGHT/FireEye he was responsible for all pre-sales activities for the EMEA region, helping customers define use cases for FireEye’s actionable cyber threat intelligence, speaking at conferences, assisting with training, and informing product development.
He joined Optiv Security Ltd in February 2019, where he was a Senior Solutions Architect, serving as a client advocate to help businesses, governments and educational institutions plan, build and run successful security programmes through the right combination of cyber security products, services and solutions.
In December 2019, he joined Flashpoint as their Director, Customer Success for EMEA. Flashpoint delivers Business Risk Intelligence (BRI) to empower business units and functions across organizations with a decision advantage over potential threats and adversaries. The company’s sophisticated technology and human-powered analysis enable enterprises and public sector organizations globally to bolster cybersecurity, confront fraud, detect insider threats, enhance physical security, assess M&A opportunities, and address vendor risk and supply chain integrity. For more information, visit www.flashpoint-intel.com or follow us on Twitter at @FlashpointIntel.
CLEAR, Team Lead, Cyber Threat Intelligence
Lance is a 22 year Air Force veteran with a career in Intelligence and cyber at the National Security Agency (NSA) and Air Intelligence Agency. He served as a Korean translator for the U-2 Reconnaissance Mission, provided linguistic support for special projects, and conducted nodal analysis on foreign adversary Military Orders of Battle.
Halfway through his career, he earned a Computer Science degree from Texas A&M University while on Active Duty and a coveted spot in the Air Force's highly competitive Airman's Education and Commissioning Program. In this program he earned a commission as a Cyber Officer and spent the second half of his career building out the Air Force's cyber presence throughout the world.
Lance finished off his military career at NSA representing the Agency's interests in a major crypto-modernization program. For his final assignment, the Air Force tasked him to join a cadre of 35 other officers to completely revamp the Cyber Officer program and shift the curriculum's focus toward a future in cyber warfare. The course is still used today to train the Air Force's cyber warriors of the future.
He has been working for CLEAR for just over two years, developing and evolving their threat intelligence program.
Anomali, Solution Architect ANZ
Anomali, Chief Product Officer
Mark Alba is Chief Product Officer at Anomali, joining the company in April 2020. Mark has over 20 years of experience in building, managing, and marketing disruptive products and services. His proven track record includes bringing to market the security industry’s first fully-integrated appliance firewall, leading the integration of global threat intelligence into perimeter security technologies, and introducing advanced analytics in support of cybersecurity operations. Throughout his career, Mark has been on the front lines of innovation, leading product efforts in both start-up and large enterprise organizations including Check Point Technologies, Security Focus, Symantec, and Hewlett Packard Enterprise. Mark holds a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania.
Mandiant, Chief Technology Officer
Marshall Heilman is an Executive Vice President and the Chief Technology Officer for Mandiant globally. Marshall has more than 20 years of experience in cyber security, holding executive leadership and technical roles. He has worked at Mandiant for the last 15 years.
Prior to this role, he served as EVP for Managed Defense and Advanced Practices. In this capacity, he had responsibility for all managed detection and response services and ensuring front-line threat knowledge was integrated throughout FireEye / Mandiant Products and Services. He previously served as Vice President and Consulting CTO with global responsibility for incident response and red/blue team engagements.
Before joining Mandiant in 2006, Marshall was a United States Marine specializing in Information Security. Marshall holds an MBA from ASU and a B.S. in Computer and Information Science from UMGC.
Mimecast, Senior Cyber Threat Intelligence Lead
Phil Hay is the Cyber Threat Intelligence Lead at Mimecast and a 22 year military veteran with extensive experience in identifying and assessing risks. He is currently responsible for coordinating the fusion of all-source intelligence and ensuring a collaborative approach to risk mitigation and decision support.
He is a seasoned intelligence professional who has managed multi-disciplinary teams of intelligence practitioners in high-tempo operational environments, providing direction to ensure process, production, and delivery of assessment, reports, and briefings to support customers and decision-makers at all levels.
Microsoft, Senior Program Manager
Rijuta Kapoor is a Senior Program Manager for Azure Sentinel at Microsoft. She leads the threat intelligence efforts in Azure Sentinel. For the past few years, she has also managed Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) and Security Orchestration, Automation, and Response (SOAR) products.
As part of her current role at Microsoft, Rijuta is responsible for threat intelligence management and sharing initiatives and is a big supporter of adopting industry standards for threat intelligence exchange like STIX/TAXII. Rijuta also has experience working with several SOCs in successfully building their threat intelligence programs. Rijuta holds a master’s degree in Computer Science from the University of Southern California (USC), Los Angeles.
In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family and traveling.
Anomali, Senior Director, Threat and Sharing Analysis
Roberto Sanchez is a career-long intelligence professional with over two decades of tactical, operational, and strategic level experience working diverse issues from counterterrorism to cybersecurity. He has spent over two decades leading intelligence teams in the U.S. Marine Corps, cyber intelligence teams at the National Security Agency (NSA), and producing threat intelligence at multiple commercial and defense contracting companies. Roberto is passionate about intelligence and cybersecurity and enjoys sharing his knowledge and experiences with both the public and private sectors. He is currently responsible for optimizing the market's application of threat intelligence and providing intelligence-driven solutions at Anomali.
Dragos, Vice President of Threat Intelligence
Sergio Caltagirone hunts evil. He spends his days tracking hackers and his evenings chasing human traffickers. In 9 years with the US National Security Agency, three years at Microsoft, and now five years at Dragos, Sergio has hunted the most sophisticated targeted threats in the world, applying intelligence to protect billions of users while safeguarding civilization through the protection of critical infrastructure and industrial control systems. He co-created the Diamond Model of Intrusion Analysis, helping thousands of others bring more pain to adversaries by strengthening hunters and analysts. He also serves as the Technical Director of the Global Emancipation Network, a non-profit, non-governmental organization (NGO), leading a world-class, all-volunteer team dedicated to ending human trafficking and rescuing victims through data science and analytics, saving tens of millions of lives.
Anomali, Senior Vice President and General Manager of APJ
Stree Naidu has held executive level positions with companies such as Imperva, Cato Networks, Sun Microsystems, Brio Software, Hyperion, Plumtree, Axway, Tumbleweed, Radware and Art Technology Group. He is currently Senior Vice President and General Manager of APJ at Anomali. His key attributes are overall business operations growth across the APJ region, a proven track record of effectively executing and growing new territories with great success and experience and a reputable track record in the Cyber Security, Networking and Business Intelligence domains within the IT industry.