South Central Threat Day

South Central Threat Day

Thursday, September 24, 2020
11:00am to 1:00pm CT

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About The Event

Learn about emerging threats and innovative threat intelligence strategies from Anomali, Arvest Bank, Flashpoint, and State of Oklahoma, Office of Management and Enterprise Services! 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.

Giving Back

We will be donating to the Boys & Girls Club of America on behalf of all of those who attend. The Boys & Girls Club of America is a charity that enables young people to reach their full potential as productive, caring, and responsible citizens by helping them stay on track to graduate high school. Come learn and help those in need in our community!


11:00amOpening Remarks
11:35amArvest Bank
12:30pmState of Oklahoma, Office of Management and Enterprise Services


Simplifying the Cyber Threat Inelligence (CTI) Lifecycle

Stephen Muller, Senior Security Engineer, Anomali
Simplify the cyber threat intelligence lifecycle by breaking it down to builiding blocks, and apply these components to existing security strategies and technologies. You'll learn how to understand an information workflow and the difference between raw data and finished intelligence.

Moving Beyond Threat Feeds: The Importance of Building an Intelligence Program that Addresses Overall Business Risk

Greg Mathes, Manager of Information Security, Arvest Bank
We live in a world dictated by marketing buzz. This means many security teams and CISOs believe that intelligence capabilities are simply the ability to block based on known bad indicators. However, that notion is only the first step in establishing a true intelligence program. During this presentation, we will discuss how to move beyond to add true intelligence capabilities to help address risks across your entire organization. Spoiler: Once you build it, “they” will come.

The Evolution of Building a Threat Intel Team

Mike Smola, Director, Risk Intelligence Strategy, Flashpoint
Mike will use his experience as the former Sr. Director of the Data Assurance & Cyber Intelligence Team at Walmart to discuss the evolution of a risk intelligence program. In his presentation, he will focus on five main considerations: scope, identifying true risk, hiring the right people, vendor focus, and ensuring an adaptive program. Learn how to mature your risk intelligence program from an expert.

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

Matt Singleton, CISO, 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)!

Earn CPE Credits
Are you a certified CISSP? You can earn up to 1.5 CPE credits for attending this event.


  • Anomali
  • Flashpoint
  • RiskIQ
  • Flashpoint