SLED Threat Day

SLED Threat Day

December 9, 2021
11:00am CT | 9:00am PT | 12:00pm ET

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About The Event

Anomali is hosting a virtual cyber threat intelligence briefing with Flashpoint, featuring Texas A&M University, and the State of Oklahoma. Learn from industry thought-leaders about using the CTI lifecycle and XDR to combat ransomware, building the Texas A&M threat intelligence program, using data feeds to counter cyber threats, and the OK-ISAC (Information Sharing and Analysis Center) benefits and challenges at the SLED Threat Day.

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.

Giving Back

We will be donating to the Make-A-Wish Foundation on behalf of all attendees. Make-A-Wish Foundation is a non-profit that helps fulfill the wishes of children with a critical illness between the ages of 2½ and 18 years old.

Agenda

11:00amOpening Remarks
11:05amAnomali
11:30amTexas A&M University System
11:55pmFlashpoint
12:25pmState of Oklahoma 
12:55pmClosing

Sessions

Using the CTI Lifecycle and XDR to Combat Ransomware

Stephen Muller, Senior Security Engineer, and Austin Stubblefield, Senior Account Executive, Anomali
Listen as Stephen and Austin discuss the realities of Ransomeware in today's world. You'll learn about the current landscape of Ransomeware attacks and threat actors. How to use the concept of the CTI Lifecycle to ensure your organization has the proper information and resources to combat Ransomeware and how XDR is a useful framework for remediation and automation in the face of such attacks.

Building the Texas A&M University System Threat Intelligence Program

Cody Autrey, Threat Intelligence Analyst, Texas A&M University
Higher education is a challenging role for infosec teams and can become a difficult threat landscape to manage given the broad scope of work. Austin and Cody discuss the challenges associated with developing a threat intelligence program at Texas A&M, how it has become an essential part of their Security Operations Center, and what the program will look like in the future. Alongside this, we will discuss the unique factors Texas A&M has contributed to Cyber Threat Intelligence as a holistic approach and how it plays a part in higher education and state and local government sectors of risk mitigation.

Utilizing Flashpoint Data Feeds and Services to Counter Cyber Threats

Meagan Burke, Technical Account Executive, FlashpointCountering cyber threats as a SLED entity often comes with a broader scope and more use cases than you would find in a standard commercial organization. Whether ensuring sourcing and integrity of data for potential legal action or handling both a university and hospital network simultaneously, Flashpoint has data and services that can help users accomplish their ever-growing list of needs. In this session, we will talk about the various data sets Flashpoint has available for integration into your daily workflow-- compromised credentials, dark web market, stolen cookies, chat services discussions regarding potential violence, and more. The conversational format of this segment hopes to encourage questions on your specific use cases and discussion of potential solutions.

Building OK-ISAC - Cyber Threat Intelligence Sharing with the State of Oklahoma

Chance Grubb, Senior Staff Officer, Oklahoma Cyber Command, State of Oklahoma
Cyber Threat Intelligence is a crucial element to any cyber security program, and the need for intel sharing has become more and more evident as new threats emerge. Chance Grubb, Senior Staff Officer for Oklahoma's innovative OK-ISAC program will present on how Oklahoma Cyber Command has built OK-ISAC, a successful Threat Intelligence sharing program for State of Oklahoma public and private organizations.  Learn about how the program was first envisioned along with the challenges he and his team have faced, and what the future of OK-ISAC looks like.

Earn CPE Credits
Are you a certified CISSP? You can earn up to 1.75 CPE for attending this event.

Sponsors

  • Anomali
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