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CISO at Upfield
Director at Verizon Threat Research Advisory Center
Director of Intelligence Solutions at Intel 471
About The Event
Join the webinar to learn about building a cybersecurity program from the ground up, the cyber-espionage landscape, and an in-depth look at Intelligence Requirements (IRs) from Upfield, Verizon, and Intel 471. 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.
|8:00am PT||Dan Maier, Anomali||Opening|
|8:05am PT||David Mycock, Upfield||Cybersecurity from Scratch–In a Big Startup|
|8:40am PT||Chris Novak, Verizon Threat Research Advisory Center||State of Cyber-Espionage Report from Verizon|
|9:15am PT||Maurits Lucas, Intel 471||Intelligence is Good. Requirements-Driven Intelligence is Better.|
|9:50am PT||Dan Maier, Anomali||Closing|
Cybersecurity from Scratch–In a Big StartupDavid Mycock, CISO, Upfield
When Unilever Deputy CISO, David Mycock decided to run global security for the new “startup" he had to build a cybersecurity program from scratch. Now, Upfield is the largest plant-based food company in the world, operating in 95 countries, including brands such as Flora, Rama, Blue Band and Country Crock. Almost three years after the spinoff, we’ll interview David and walk through his journey that covers design and implementation of the program, foundational decisions and prioritization, green and brown field opportunities, lessons learned, and future concerns.
State of Cyber-Espionage Report from VerizonChris Novak, Director, Verizon Threat Research Advisory Center
In the session, Chris Novak, will give you a preview of Verizon’s first-ever data-driven publication on advanced cyberattacks. The State of Cyber-Espionage Report (CER) is one of the most comprehensive overviews of the Cyber-Espionage landscape, offering a deep dive into attackers, their motives, their methods and the victims who they target. The report serves as a tool for better understanding these threat actors and what organizations can do to hunt, detect and respond to cyber-espionage attacks.
Intelligence is Good. Requirements-Driven Intelligence is Better.Maurits Lucas, Director of Intelligence Solutions, Intel 471
This presentation highlights the core benefits and challenges of building an intelligence program that maximizes resources, measures success criteria, and demonstrates the value an intelligence team brings to the organization. Maurits Lucas of Intel 471 explains the concept of Intelligence Requirements (IRs), how to develop these IRs, and how a requirements-driven intelligence program creates more measurable value for enterprises looking to create intelligence-driven security practices.
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.