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Cybersecurity’s Tectonic Shift: A Call for Collaboration

For decades, companies have been defending against cyber attacks on their own while adversaries have been organizing into increasingly sophisticated networks of attackers.

A better way to combat cyber threats is by sharing and correlating events across organizations, both within and across industry sectors.

Hear directly from former NSA director and former Commander of the U.S. CyberCommand GEN (Ret.) Keith Alexander, as he explores with IronNet CMO Russ Cobb the people, processes, and technologies that are making Collective Defense a successful reality for commercial organizations.

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The people: How organizations can work differently in a collaborative environment to detect and defend more quickly
Recorded Apr 8 2020 56 mins
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GEN (Ret.) Keith Alexander, co-CEO, IronNet Cybersecurity & Russ Cobb, Chief Marketing Officer, IronNet Cybersecurity
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    Gen (Ret) Keith Alexander, IronNet founder & co-CEO, Tom Wilson, Southern Company VP and CISO, and Russ Cobb, IronNet CMO
    CISOs are faced with unprecedented challenges right now: maintaining the daily security of their companies and customers, while strategically evolving the discipline of cybersecurity for both themselves and the industry at large. Get the facts about why and how Collective Defense is shifting the conversation for CISOs from defending against cyber threats individually, to defending together in a collaborative ecosystem.

    Join IronNet co-CEO GEN (Ret.) Keith Alexander and IronNet CMO Russ Cobb as they discuss the trials and tribulations from the security front lines with Southern Company CISO Tom Wilson.

    In this webinar, you’ll learn about:
    - Unique challenges being faced by the energy industry during the COVID-19 pandemic, and how the industry can work to face those challenges together.
    - How stronger public/private partnerships can improve the security posture of critical infrastructure.
    - The executive perspective on Southern Company’s international collaboration on the energy and utilities front.
  • Ask the experts: Detecting ransomware before the payload Dec 1 2020 3:00 pm UTC 60 mins
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    Read the full research or executive summary ahead of time and bring your questions. IronNet threat researchers analyzed multiple lab-detonated ransomware variants and discovered commonalities in the artifacts and metadata that may prove helpful in detection. Factors such as east/west vs. north/south traffic and data file entropy will be discussed.

    Full Research:
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    Executive Summary:
    https://www.ironnet.com/blog/ransomwares-malevolent-heyday
  • 5 Ways to Prepare Your Network for the Post-Pandemic New Normal Recorded: Nov 24 2020 56 mins
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  • Critical infrastructure security: Are we making progress or falling behind? Recorded: Nov 19 2020 56 mins
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    CISA recognizes the role of private organizations in the protection of critical infrastructure, but what exactly does that mean?
    Real-world observations on threats and challenges from inside the energy sector
    Analysis of recent attacks in the news
  • The Cyber Lookback November Edition: Slipstream and Election shenanigans Recorded: Nov 12 2020 46 mins
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  • The next four years...in cyber Recorded: Oct 27 2020 60 mins
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    With the U.S. election only one week away, the security posture of the nation’s future is on the minds of these two top-ranked former military leaders. Join General (Ret) Keith Alexander, General (Ret) Jack Keane, and IronNet CMO Russ Cobb as they analyze what the next four years could look like with regards to cybersecurity threats from nation states like China, Russia, and Iran. Tap into their combined experience and intelligence access as we tackle questions such as:
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    How might cybersecurity policy and strategy look in the next four years?
    Should the U.S. adopt an all-of-nation approach to cybersecurity, similar to China and Russia, to even the playing field? What would that look like?
    Which adversaries pose risk and where are the most likely confrontations to occur in the next four years ?

    Speakers:
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    GEN (Ret) Keith Alexander, IronNet Founder & Co-CEO
    Russ Cobb, IronNet CMO
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    Ted Schlein, Partner at Kleiner Perkins, Bill Welch, IronNet Co-CEO, Russ Cobb, IronNet CMO
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    Vice Admiral (Ret) Mike McConnell, Former Director of the NSA
    General (Ret) Keith Alexander, IronNet Founder and Co-CEO
    Russ Cobb, IronNet CMO
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    Topics to discuss:
    How are enterprises reacting and responding to the latest trends in cyberattacks?
    Has the pandemic and the rise of conspiracies influenced our cybersecurity strategy?
    How has Covid-19 influenced and changed the traditional kill-chain?
    How to harness a strategy of collective defence to counter even the most sophisticated cyber adversary.

    Presenters:
    Lt. General Sir Graeme Lamb, Strategic Partner, C5 Capital
    GEN (Ret.) Keith Alexander, Founder & Co-CEO, IronNet

    Moderator:
    Russ Cobb, CMO, IronNet
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    * Techniques to identify significant supply chain risk
    * Most common tactics attackers use when targeting the supply chain
    * Defenses, frameworks, and other defenses tactics
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  • From the top down: Why every board of directors needs to address cybersecurity Recorded: Aug 11 2020 56 mins
    VADM Jan Tighe, U.S. Navy, GEN (Ret.) Keith Alexander, IronNet Founder and Co-CEO and Russ Cobb, IronNet CMO
    Get the latest insights on the global cyber threat landscape from IronNet founder and co-CEO GEN (Ret.) Keith Alexander, this time joined by Vice Admiral (Ret.) Jan Tighe. As political tensions continue to escalate between the U.S. and adversarial nation states, protecting critical infrastructure rises to the top of urgent issues. How can senior leaders of critical infrastructure companies incorporate a greater focus on cybersecurity and further drive sharing within sectors and with the public sector? Learn how collaborating on the real-time cyber threats hitting our networks — and automating that sharing at network speed — can accelerate defensive responses and strengthen the nation’s security as a whole.

    Presenters:
    Jan Tighe, Retired Vice Admiral, Former Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for Information Warfare and Director, Naval Intelligence, US Navy
    General (Ret.) Keith Alexander, Founder and Co-CEO, IronNet
    Russ Cobb, CMO, IronNet
  • Collective Defense: The CISO Perspective Recorded: Aug 11 2020 52 mins
    Gen (Ret) Keith Alexander, IronNet founder & co-CEO, Tom Wilson, Southern Company VP and CISO, and Russ Cobb, IronNet CMO
    CISOs are faced with unprecedented challenges right now: maintaining the daily security of their companies and customers, while strategically evolving the discipline of cybersecurity for both themselves and the industry at large. Get the facts about why and how Collective Defense is shifting the conversation for CISOs from defending against cyber threats individually, to defending together in a collaborative ecosystem.

    Join IronNet co-CEO GEN (Ret.) Keith Alexander and IronNet CMO Russ Cobb as they discuss the trials and tribulations from the security front lines with Southern Company CISO Tom Wilson.

    In this webinar, you’ll learn about:
    - Unique challenges being faced by the energy industry during the COVID-19 pandemic, and how the industry can work to face those challenges together.
    - How stronger public/private partnerships can improve the security posture of critical infrastructure.
    - The executive perspective on Southern Company’s international collaboration on the energy and utilities front.
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    Anthony Grenga, VP Cyber Operations, Peter Rydzynski, Detection Research Engineer & Oliver Wai, VP Product Marketing
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  • Eyes only: Top U.S. and foreign cybersecurity policy issues Recorded: Jul 28 2020 60 mins
    Former House Intelligence Committee Chair Mike Rogers; General (Ret) Keith Alexander, IronNet Co-CEO; Russ Cobb, IronNet CMO
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    From this webinar, you’ll get insight into:
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    The cyber policies and technologies that are most important to pay attention to right now
    How MITRE’s new Engenuity foundation is driving research and development into areas like encryption standards and 5G networks.
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    IronNet Cyber Strategist, John Ford and IronNet Threat Hunter, Joel Bork
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    Add in catastrophic events such as COVID-19, and the sector in general simply cannot devote the time, talent, and resources to get ahead of the threat landscape. Combined, this has created an inflection point in how we as companies, sectors, and governments think about the models that better protect our citizens, assets, and industries. Defense in isolation is no longer an option, and the pivot is to a Collective Defense capability that can respond in real time and provide situational awareness across the sector without additional cybersecurity resources.

    In this webinar you’ll learn:
    How collaborating on defense can shift an organization's threat detection strategy towards a more proactive posture and bolster its position against cybercriminals and state-actors
    How security executives can get the C-suite and board in support of a collective defense approach.
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    In this webinar, you’ll learn:
    How a collaborative approach to cybersecurity in healthcare is making a difference
    What Collective Defense means to the future of cybersecurity
    How investments in UN Development Goals can impact positive change in how cities prepare for future pandemics.
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