Incorporating a Prevention Mindset into Threat Detection and Responses

Cybercriminals are becoming more sophisticated and their attacks are increasingly difficult to detect. While threat detection and response is a critical component of enterprise security defense, activities geared towards prevention could save security teams a lot of time and resources later on. In this webinar, experts will discuss how a prevention mindset can help enterprises improve their security baseline and shore up their defenses. Learn how to pull together the right combination of people, processes, and technologies to keep the organization secure and safe from advanced attacks.

On Demand
1h 00min

Attend this webinar and you'll:

  • Tap into proactive methods for getting ahead of the curve where threats and risk are concerned.
  • Uncover potential new skills you or your staff may need that enhance a preventive strategy.
  • Find effective ways to reduce your overall risk profile via preventive tactics.
  • Be better able to assess which technologies can help strengthen a preventive posture.

Featured Speakers

  • Chris Crowley
    Chris Crowley
    Senior Instructor
    SANS Institute

    Christopher Crowley has 20 years of experience managing and securing networks, beginning with his first job as an Ultrix and VMS systems administrator at 15 years old. Today, Crowley is a Senior Instructor at the SANS Institute and the course author for the culmination of his thoughts on effective cybersecurity operations. He works with a variety of organizations across industries providing cybersecurity technical analysis, developing and publishing research, sharing expert security insights at conferences, and chairing security operations events. He has provided training to thousands of students globally.

  • Brian Black
    Brian Black
    Distinguished Sales Engineer
    Deep Instinct

    Brian is a Philadelphia-based Distinguished Sales Engineer with 20+ years of experience in Cybersecurity and Intelligence. Brian leads Deep Instinct’s security engineering team, overseeing North and South American territories. He is a thought leader and technology evangelist with a wealth of knowledge on AI, Deep Learning, and Machine Learning. In his off time he can often be found on the lecture circuit giving talks around online security and state sponsored threat actors, when he’s not fishing or competing in online CTF hacking competitions.

  • John Holder
    John Holder
    Director of Information Security, and Business Continuity Planning Administrator

    John has been in Blood Banking for 22 years. OneBlood is one of the largest blood collection enterprises in the United States that has over 90 facilities in FL, GA, SC, and NC. More than 1 million blood products are provided annually to over 200 hospitals, and also to the National Blood Exchange. He is a decorated military veteran with 21 years of service in the Navy. His prior military experience with Continuity Of Operations Planning (COOP) brought a new perspective to the corporate enterprise, and he has been an active participant & leader in corporate Business Continuity Planning (BCP) for an additional 22 years. The BCP Team at OneBlood has fielded numerous real-world events from Industrial Mishaps, Natural Disasters, Emerging Diseases, Vendor Disruption, and even 2 Terrorism Response events. A Graduate, and Alumni of Pensacola State College, Faulkner State College, Southeastern Louisiana University, St. Leo University, The InfoSec Institute, and McAfee Institute. His studies included Science, Pre-Law, Criminology, and advanced IT Security. He is a Certified Information Systems Auditor, Certified Information Systems Manager, Certified Data Privacy Security Engineer, Certified Cyber Intelligence Professional, Deep Instinct Certified Engineer, and is a Member of the Association of Continuity Professionals.

  • Kelly Jackson-Higgins
    Kelly Jackson-Higgins
    Dark Reading

    Kelly Jackson Higgins is the Editor-in-Chief of Dark Reading. She is an award-winning veteran technology and business journalist with more than two decades of experience in reporting and editing for various publications, including Network Computing, Secure Enterprise Magazine, Virginia Business magazine, and other major media properties. Jackson Higgins was recently selected as one of the Top 10 Cybersecurity Journalists in the US, and named as one of Folio's 2019 Top Women in Media. She began her career as a sports writer in the Washington, DC metropolitan area, and earned her BA at William & Mary. Follow her on Twitter @kjhiggins.

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