NOvember 17, 2015 at 6:30 PM
ISSA National Capital Chapter November meeting topic:
“The Craft” – Cyber Threat Intelligence from the Analysts Perspective
In the current cyber security environment, the organization does not stop at the perimeter, but extends to all facets and operations of the organization. This session will focus on how threats to any organization can manifest themselves in many ways, often with tell-tale signs in the digital landscape of OSINT and less open arenas such as specialized forums, IRC, paste sites and Dark Web. With the proper skills and tools, analytical craft and intelligence can act as not only a warning signal to concerned parties, but in many cases act as a disruptive capability that can severely limit damage to brand, assets, customers, personnel or IT systems. Come learn how some of your most crucial defenses start beyond the perimeter and are not simply a matter of the newest IDS, Firewalls, or IT defense-of-the-day.
Better understand the ways and means bad actors leverage to meet their goals
Real world examples of how proper intelligence can win early and often
Understand what is at stake if threat intelligence is not part of your current efforts
About the Speaker
Jeff Daisley has a long history of managing and delivering cyber threat intelligence and analysis to the U.S. Secret Service, large Government and NGO institutions, and Fortune 500 companies. Range of work encompasses anything from high-profile government leadership, to disaster and crisis efforts as well as threats to leading private sector companies and executives. Jeff had the special privilege of serving as the chief analyst on-site to the USSS, specializing in reports and analysis to protection of the President of the United States, and subjects of interest or groups possessing threats to USSS protectees. Currently, Jeff is the leading Cyber Threat Intelligence analyst at BrandProtect, a leader in detecting, analyzing and mitigating online incidents and cyber activity that threatens business, people and customers across private and public institutions.
Please RSVP if you plan to attend.
Non-members are welcome without charge! Light refreshments will be served.
Tuesday, November 17, 2015 6:30 PM