Detect LIVE April 2021 | Anomali

Anomali Detect LIVE
April 2021

Wednesday, April 14th
8am PT | 11am ET | 4pm BST

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Featuring

Tony Clarke
VP of Information Security & IT Operations at Marken

Matt Singleton
CISO at The State of Oklahoma, Office of Management and Enterprise Services

Taylor Wilkes-Pierce
Sr. Sales Engineer at DomainTools

About The Event

Join the virtual event to learn about navigating healthcare cyber attacks during a pandemic, how the State of Oklahoma is using cyber threat intelligence to protect its citizens, and driving investigations with context, from Marken, The State of Oklahoma, Office of Management and Enterprise Services, and DomainTools. This virtual event will bring the community together to discuss threat intelligence challenges, requirements, and best practices.

Who Should Attend

This session is intended for both CXO and senior technical staff. Attendees can anticipate walking away with recommendations for their teams and tangible information to research within their own environments.

Agenda

8:00am PTCraig Troon, AnomaliOpening
8:05am PTTony Clarke, MarkenNavigating Healthcare Cyber Attacks During a Pandemic
8:40am PTMatt Singleton, The State of Oklahoma, Office of Management and Enterprise ServicesHunt, Bourne, and Ryan are Amateurs: How Oklahoma CyberCommand is Using CTI to Save the World—Or at Least One State
9:15am PTTaylor Wilkes-Pierce, DomainToolsDriving Investigations with Context
9:50am PTCraig Troon, AnomaliClosing

Sessions

Navigating Healthcare Cyber Attacks During a Pandemic

Tony Clarke, VP of Information Security & IT Operations, Marken

Over the last year, a widespread disruption rocked the healthcare industry due to the coronavirus pandemic. Ensuring sufficient healthcare capacity and resources are complex issues facing many healthcare organizations, but they must also address the increase of cybersecurity threats. A variety of intricate and coordinated cyber attacks, many from red flag countries, are targeting the healthcare industry. Stealing intellectual property such as data related to vaccine development is just one example. Cybercriminals are seeking to capitalize on the vulnerabilities of this industry as it can provide a very lucrative reward for their efforts. In this session, Tony Clarke, VP of Information Security & IT Operations at Marken, will discuss how the healthcare industry has weathered the storm of COVID-19 and his experience in securing the various stages of the vaccine process.

Hunt, Bourne, and Ryan are Amateurs: How Oklahoma CyberCommand is Using CTI to Save the World—Or at Least One State

Matt Singleton, CISO, The State of Oklahoma, Office of Management and Enterprise Services

Cyber threat intelligence is an ever-evolving arena. Solid intel can prevent catastrophe, but bad intel can wreak havoc. Join this engaging session to hear how the State of Oklahoma is leveraging CTI to build partnerships, drive creative solutions, and protect our citizens (and data)!

Driving Investigations with Context

Taylor Wilkes-Pierce, Sr. Sales Engineer, DomainTools

Cybersecurity teams are inundated with the sheer volume of data, the ever-increasing skills gap, and the complex and growing adversarial market. SOC and CSIRT teams are turning to Threat Intelligence Platforms to streamline the process of identifying, monitoring and mitigating potential threats, and improving the speed and accuracy of threat response. Learn how the SOC and CSIRT can leverage DomainTools data in Anomali Threatstream to correlate with additional datasets and export into existing security systems or ticketing systems, automating proactive threat management, and mitigation.

Earn CPE Credits

Are you a certified CISSP? You can earn up to 1.75 CPE credit for attending this event. Instructions for claiming your CPE will be sent over email following the conclusion of the event.

Speakers

  • Marken
  • The State of Oklahoma, Office of Management and Enterprise Services
  • DomainTools