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About The Event
Learn about emerging threats and innovative threat intelligence strategies from Flashpoint, Consortium Networks, and Anomali! This virtual threat briefing will bring the community together to discuss threat intelligence challenges, requirements, and best practices. Industry experts and threat intelligence thought-leaders will provide briefings on today’s threat landscape, adversaries, and their attack techniques.
Who Should Attend
This session is intended for both CXO and Sr. Technical Staff. Attendees can anticipate walking away with recommendations for their teams and tangible information to research within their own environments.
We will be donating to the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund on behalf of all of those that attend. The Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund serves United States military personnel experiencing invisible wounds of war: Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and Post-Traumatic Stress (PTS). Come learn and help those in need in our community!
Practical Cyber Intelligence FusionMark Alba, Chief Product Officer, Anomali
"Cyber fusion centers” have moved from radical concept to marketing hype in just a few years. However, the concept is still important. Don't let the hype stop you from grasping the true value a cyber fusion center can provide. Mark Alba will review the basic principles of cyber threat intelligence (CTI) maturity levels and explore how a virtual cyber fusion center can be leveraged to support the effective operationalization of CTI. You'll get an overview of the promise of a cyber fusion center as well as practical examples on how one can be implemented with little to no impact on your current security investment.
Combating Cyber ExtortionEric Lackey, Principal Advisor, Flashpoint
This webinar will highlight Flashpoint’s experiences with ransomware and other cyber extortion responses during 2019 and early 2020 to include current ransomware trends, cryptocurrency issues, law enforcement involvement, and threat actor negotiations. Attendees will gain a better understanding of ransomware threats, recent ransomware examples, threat actor profiles, the types of cryptocurrency often involved, payment issues, and other potential implications.
Migrating to a More Collaborative Model of CybersecurityTim Murphy, CEO & Former Deputy Director of the FBI, Consortium Networks
Larry Pfeifer, President & Owner, Consortium Networks
Companies can no longer defend themselves alone, and throwing more money at the problem is not working. New collaborative models are emerging that focus on real-time sharing to identify not just threats, but best tools, practices and policies to defend against adversaries. These “collective defense” models pool resources to improve the speed and trust of information exchange and create early warning signals across sectors.