Adam and Dmitri discuss what is (and what isn't) threat
We discuss strategic, tactical and operational security
Who is using threat intelligence, and how?
Adam talks about the success factors, key points, and
Michael asks how an organization can know whether they're READY
for a threat intelligence program
Adam explains the term "finished intelligence"
Adam describes tactical intelligence, while Dmitri gives his
take on strategic intelligence
We discuss the merits of education and awareness - first
How important is attribution, really?
3 critical things an enterprise *must be doing* before jumping
into threat intelligence as a program
Adam Meyers ( @adamcyber ) - Adam Meyers has over
a decade of experience within the information security industry. He
has authored numerous papers that have appeared at peer reviewed
industry venues and has received awards for his dedication to the
field. At CrowdStrike, Adam serves as the VP of Intelligence.
Within this role it is Adam’s responsibility to oversee all of
CrowdStrike’s intelligence gathering and cyber-adversarial
monitoring activities. Adam’s Global Intelligence Team supports
both the Product and Services divisions at CrowdStrike and Adam
manages these endeavors and expectations. Prior to joining
CrowdStrike, Adam was the Director of Cyber Security Intelligence
with the National Products and Offerings Division of SRA
International. He served as a senior subject matter expert for
cyber threat and cyber security matters for a variety of SRA
projects. He also provided both technical expertise at the tactical
level and strategic guidance on overall security program
objectives. During his tenure at SRA International, Adam also
served as the Product Manager for SRA’s dynamic malware analysis
Dmitri Alperovitch ( @dmitricyber ) - Dmitri Alperovitch
is the Co-Founder and CTO of CrowdStrike Inc., leading its
Intelligence, Technology and CrowdStrike Labs teams. A
renowned computer security researcher, he is a thought-leader on
cybersecurity policies and state tradecraft. Prior to
founding CrowdStrike, Dmitri was a Vice President of Threat
Research at McAfee, where he led company’s global Internet threat
intelligence analysis and investigations. In 2010 and 2011,
Alperovitch led the global team that investigated and brought to
light Operation Aurora, Night Dragon and Shady RAT groundbreaking
cyberespionage intrusions, and gave those incidents their names. In
2013, Alperovitch received the prestigious recognition of being
selected as MIT Technology Review’s “Young Innovators under 35”
(TR35), an award previously won by such technology luminaries as
Larry Page and Sergey Brin, Mark Zuckerberg and Jonathan Ive.
Alperovitch was named Foreign Policy Magazine’s Leading Global
Thinker for 2013, an award shared with Secretary of State John
Kerry, Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos. He was the recipient of the
prestigious Federal 100 Award for his contributions to the federal
information security in 2011 and recognized in 2013 as one
Washingtonian’s Tech Titans for his accomplishments in the field of
cybersecurity. With more than a decade of experience in the field
of information security, Alperovitch is an inventor of eighteen
patented technologies and has conducted extensive research on
reputation systems, spam detection, web security, public-key and
identity-based cryptography, malware and intrusion detection and
prevention. Alperovitch holds a master's degree in Information
Security and a bachelor's degree in Computer Science, both from
Georgia Institute of Technology.
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