October 13, 2020This National Technology Security Coalition CISO Policy Roundtable brings together senior technology security executives in an exclusive setting to talk about trends in national cybersecurity policy.
Threat intelligence has emerged as an “enabler” of context-driven security operations. As organizations recalibrate their security strategies to play the “infinite game” of security in the fast-paced threat landscape, they need to redefine the manner in which they consume, integrate, and share threat intelligence.
Automation has solved several of the complexities of threat intelligence and enabled organizations to broaden their scope of threat intelligence operations. However, the continuous change in the rules of engagement by bad actors has created a persistent challenge of a large volume of low-confidence, unactionable threat intelligence.
The need for balance between humans and machines becomes paramount when it comes to unconventional scenarios such as a global COVID-19 pandemic. In a scenario like this, organizations need to rely on human intelligence that is shaped from experiences on the cyber battlefront, along with a touch of creativity and judgment in the moment.
Register for this roundtable discussion to learn how organizations can fuse end-to-end automation with strategic human intelligence and insight to more effectively anticipate, prevent, and respond to advanced threats without being bogged down by the challenges of small security teams or budgets.
Join Steven Silberstein, CEO at the Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center (FS-ISAC), security expert Dr. Herbert Hugh Thompson, and Anuj Goel, CEO and Co-Founder of Cyware, for a virtual "fireside chat" as they discuss the latest advances in threat intelligence sharing and answer attendees' questions. Patrick Gaul, Executive Director of the National Technology Security Coalition (NTSC), will serve as the host and moderate the conversation.
Steven Silberstein, CEO, FS-ISAC
With more than 25 years of experience in financial services, technology, and cybersecurity, Steve is responsible for overseeing the FS-ISAC’s strategic direction and furthering the consortium’s mission to safeguard the global financial system by reducing cyber risk. Prior to the FS-ISAC, Steve served as the Chief Operating Officer of BlueVoyant, a global cybersecurity firm based in New York City, where he led the strategic direction of the firm’s technology, marketing and administration activities. Prior to that role, Steve served as the CEO of Sheltered Harbor, an FS-ISAC subsidiary focused on resiliency solutions for banks. Steve also served as the Chief Technology Officer at SunGard, a $3 billion global fintech company, until the company‘s acquisition by FIS in November 2015. Earlier in his career, Steve held senior technology positions at Chi-X Global, Lehman Brothers, and FAME Information Systems. Steve is an adjunct professor at Fordham University's Gabelli School of Business. He holds a bachelor’s in mathematics from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and is a photographer and runner in his spare time.
Dr. Hugh Thompson, Managing Partner, Crosspoint Capital Partners
Dr. Hugh Thompson, who has testified before Congress as an expert on cybersecurity issues and has co-authored multiple books on cybersecurity, is one of the world’s leading experts on cybersecurity and privacy. Dr. Thompson is also Chairman of the RSA Conference Program Committee and has held this position for over a decade. Before joining Crosspoint Capital Partners, he was the Chief Technology Officer of Symantec (SYMC). At Symantec, Dr. Thompson was responsible for the company’s technical and product strategy and led a team of approximately 1000 technologists and researchers. Prior to joining Symantec, he was the Chief Technology Officer and Chief Marketing Officer of Blue Coat Systems Inc. which was acquired by Symantec for $4.65 billion in 2016. The books he co-authored include “How to Break Software Security: Effective Techniques for Security Testing” (with Dr. James Whittaker, published by Addison-Wesley, 2003) and “The Software Vulnerability Guide” (with Scott Chase, published by Charles River, 2005). Dr. Thompson is a member of the Aspen Cyber Security Group and the STS Forum Council. Thompson earned his B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics from the Florida Institute of Technology.
Anuj Goel, Ph.D., CEO and Co-founder, Cyware
A security evangelist and innovator, Anuj is a strong proponent of cybersecurity and its advancements in today’s age. With more than 18 years of experience in the security industry, Anuj has a solid command in areas like critical infrastructure protection, threat intelligence sharing, threat modeling, and cyber fusion analysis. His wide range of expertise in technology blended with astute leadership skills has propelled large teams in cross-functional environments towards felicitous success. At Cyware, Anuj steers the strategic face of the company and oversees its strategic planning and growth initiatives. Prior to founding Cyware, Anuj served as the Head of Global Strategy and Planning covering information security and Chief of Staff to the CISO, Citigroup, New York. Anuj was also Co-chair of the Communication Committee of the Financial Services Sector Coordinating Council (FSSCC) and has actively participated in information sharing initiatives.
Noon to 1 p.m. EST
If you are a CISO or senior technology security executive interested in attending, register here.
There is no cost to attend.