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Key Findings From the 2016 Global Threat Intelligence Report

When it comes to protecting your organization against cyber threats, information is key. But with so much to comb through in today’s data-driven environment, how can you determine what’s actually useful? This is where threat intelligence comes in.

In this webinar, Rob Kraus from Solutionary and Recorded Future’s Scott Donnelly will introduce the findings of the NTT Group 2016 Global Threat Intelligence Report (GTIR) which analyzes the attacks, threats, and trends from 2015. The report pulls information from 24 security operations centers, 7 R&D centers, 3.5 trillion logs, 6.2 billion attacks, and nearly 8,000 security clients globally. Rob and Scott will cover highlights from the report, including:

• The biggest lessons learned in cyber security in 2015.
• How you can implement threat intelligence best practices to help disrupt attacks.
• The top 10 vulnerabilities targeted by exploit kits in 2015.
• Analysis on industry attacks, including which industries are most at risk.

Register today to learn critical threat intelligence insights from 2015 that will ensure your organization is secure in 2016 and beyond.
Recorded Apr 21 2016 47 mins
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    Bardia Omran is a Threat Intelligence Analyst in BT Security, UK. Previously, Bardia worked on a service desk where he gained an in-depth knowledge of operating systems. He has a keen interest in malware and has spent the past two years researching it and contributing to BT's Security Threat Intelligence product.

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    • How threat hunting works
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  • Threat Intelligence at 15,000 Feet: View From the Air Transport Industry Recorded: Apr 11 2017 52 mins
    Dave Ockwell-Jenner, Senior Manager, Corporate Information Security Office (CISO), SITA
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    Dave Ockwell-Jenner has an extensive background in technology: from building one of the internet’s earliest major websites, to helping secure some of the world’s most critical systems. In his current role with air transport industry IT provider, SITA, Dave leads a team of cyber security professionals dedicated to protecting critical infrastructure against cyber threats. Cyber threat intelligence is a central part of SITA's security strategy, not just to defend the enterprise, but to extend a suite of capabilities to customers, partners, and the industry as a whole. Originally from the UK, Dave now lives with his family in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada — home to one of Canada's most vibrant entrepreneurial and high-tech communities.
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    - What you need to know about how to implement threat intelligence
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    Bryan Spano
    Cyber Security Leader/Professional, CISSP, PMP

    Experienced cyber leader with broad technical and business experience from military, federal law enforcement, and private sector roles. Project Management Professional (PMP), and Certified Information System Security Professional (CISSP)

    Chris Pace
    Technology Advocate, EMEA, Recorded Future

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    - Show how the combination of a breadth of sources can save you hours of analysis time

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    Dave Shackleford - Analyst - SANS Institute

    Dave Shackleford is the owner and principal consultant of Voodoo Security and a SANS analyst, senior instructor, and course author. He has consulted with hundreds of organizations in the areas of security, regulatory compliance, and network architecture and engineering, and is a VMware vExpert with extensive experience designing and configuring secure virtualized infrastructures. He has previously worked as CSO for Configuresoft, CTO for the Center for Internet Security, and as a security architect, analyst, and manager for several Fortune 500 companies. Dave is the author of the Sybex book Virtualization Security.

    Chris Pace - Technology Advocate - Recorded Future

    Chris works for Recorded Future to engage and educate audiences on the power of real-time threat intelligence, using his extensive experience delivering security solutions to all kinds of organizations. Before beginning a career in information security, Chris trained as a Broadcast Journalist and also has worked in IT departments in the public and private sectors.
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    By monitoring the hidden web for mentions of your brand or your industry, it is possible to pick up advanced notice of threats and exploits before they become an uncontrollable risk, but how do legitimate security officers mine the dark and deep webs safely, combine with technical intelligence from other sources, and use these data to their advantage?

    In this webinar we'll look at:

    • The security intelligence hidden on the dark web.

    • Ways to monitor and mine below the surface web for information.

    • Ways of feeding dark web information into other threat intelligence.

    • How to turn threat intelligence and threat hunting into tools the business can use to improve its security stance.
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    Rob Gresham, Senior Consultant, Intel Security
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    In this webinar, Rob Gresham, Senior Consultant with Intel Security, will cut to the chase to answer relevant questions such as:

    • Do I have data in the dark web and is it being sold?
    • What are my greatest risks and are they exploitable?
    • Has that exploit been used?

    Rob will discuss the contextual threat intelligence process, and share tips and tools that will help you make threat intelligence actionable beyond just the bits and bytes.
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