We discuss: what does negative unemployment actually mean?
Michael asks- ecurity is still relatively new, how do we
determined what “qualified” means?
What skills are necessary to be a good security
Hiring - we discuss how we get better at screening potentially
We discuss how we can vet out real experience, versus resume
Mark and Michael discuss specialization, automation, and
optimizing our workforce
Mark shares his thoughts on growing and retaining top
Mark Orlando ( @MarkAOrlando ) - As the
Director of Cyber Operations, Mark is responsible for Foreground’s
Federal practice as well as the Virtual Security Operations Center
(V-SOC) managed service. He leads a national team of analysts,
engineers, incident responders, and managers who secure some of the
most high profile networks in the Federal, financial, commercial,
and power and utilities industries. As the senior operations
subject matter expert, he is also responsible for security services
strategy and advises on strategic Foreground initiatives such as
threat intelligence analysis, custom analytics development. Mark is
also a key advisor to the company’s award-winning educational unit,
Foreground University. Prior to joining Foreground Security, Mark
advanced through the technical ranks as a Security Analyst and
Technical Lead in a variety of operations environments. In his 13+
years of experience, he has built and led security operations teams
at the White House, the Department of Energy, the Pentagon, and
numerous commercial organizations. He has also managed the
operations division of a major Managed Security Service Provider
supporting hundreds of private and public sector clients. Mark
enjoys teaching and learning from others. He has presented on
security operations and assessment at the Institute for Applied
Network Security Forum and RSA Conference. Mark has earned the
CISSP, PMP, CEH, ITIL, and multiple SANS GIAC certifications and
holds a B.S. In Advanced Information Technology from George Mason
University. Mark served in the US Marine Corp where he was a Marine
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