Building Threat Intelligence into Your Enterprise Security Strategy

In recent years, many enterprises have discovered that they can improve their defenses by collecting data about broad trends in online attacks that may pertain to their own IT environments. This “threat intelligence” can make it easier for security teams to prioritize their defense efforts and prepare for online exploits that are likely to hit their organizations. But how should your team go about collecting threat intelligence? How can you correlate this intelligence with your own internal cybersecurity telemetry to determine which attacks might hit your enterprise?

In this webinar, experts offer advice and recommendations on how to collect threat intel, how to analyze it, and how to use it to build a stronger cyber defense.

 

Available:
On Demand
Duration:
1h 00min

Attend this webinar and you'll:

  • Learn how threat intelligence can uplevel your defense efforts
  • Get ideas to go from reactive to proactive security
  • Obtain best practices for gathering threat intelligence
  • Find out how to analyze threat intelligence for your unique organizational needs

Featured Speakers

  • Christopher Crowley
    Christopher Crowley
    Independent Consultant
    Montance®

    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 SOC-Class.com: 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. Crowley holds a multitude of cybersecurity industry certifications and provides independent consulting services specializing in effective computer network defense via Montance®, LLC, based in Washington, DC. Montance® provides cybersecurity assessments and framework development services that enable clients to develop new security operations centers (SOC) and improve existing security operations. An independent consulting firm, Montance® provides direct, customized services to organizations large and small in the financial, industrial, energy, medical, and defense industries. His current focus is on integrating within existing security operations to fill short term gaps where needed, define effective strategy after careful study. He blends cultural alignment with cybersecurity expertise to implement tactical programs to mature monitoring capability, pen testing, and overall security operations.

  • Hiep  Dang
    Hiep Dang
    Vice President of Endpoint Security Solutions
    Qualys

    Hiep Dang is Vice President of Product Management, EDR at Qualys. He is passionate about building innovative cybersecurity solutions to protect users and corporations from the evolving threat landscape. Almost 20 years ago, Hiep turned a casual curiosity in computer forensics and computer viruses into a full-time cybersecurity career. His journey has given him a spectrum of experiences from burgeoning startups to Fortune 500 companies and the opportunity to solve a range of problems from deeply technical to abstract business. He's found his sweet spot in product management at the intersection of product strategy and technical execution. Before joining Qualys, Hiep launched several enterprise and consumer products for Cylance (acquired by BlackBerry), McAfee (acquired by Intel), and Aluria (acquired by EarthLink). Hiep has also served as the Director of Anti-Malware Research for McAfee, where he oversaw a globally distributed 24x7 organization responsible for researching and responding to complex malware threats. He geeks out on building innovative security products during the day, and at night, he teaches Kung Fu. The recurring theme that persists in both his personal and professional lives is his passion for helping others learn how to keep themselves safe and secure in the virtual and physical world.

  • Joan Goodchild
    Joan Goodchild
    Senior Editor
    Dark Reading

    Joan Goodchild is a veteran journalist, editor, and writer who has been covering security for more than a decade. She has written for several publications and previously served as editor-in-chief for CSO Online.

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