Compliance and legal departments are seeing more cyber threats than ever, prompting organizations to incorporate threat intelligence into their daily operations. Identifying, managing, and mitigating emerging risks—while also tracking and monitoring new adversaries and techniques within cybercrime, hacktivism, and cyberespionage—are becoming essential. But, with traditional security operations relying on alerts and incident reporting across disparate systems, managing multiple intel feeds can create a big data problem—and an isolated and fragmented perspective.
How can you get the whole picture? By unifying components such as email telemetry, next-generation firewall data, threat intelligence, endpoint logging, physical security control, and historical trending, you can get a deeper understanding of incidents and high-risk activities. Mix in human intellect, and you have actionable intelligence, increased productivity, and reduced response deltas.
This session will help you get there. We’ll give a primer on security and intelligence considerations for the legal and compliance community from corporate security, cybersecurity, and legal experts. The panel will also discuss enterprise security considerations using technology platforms to track incidents and identify emerging threats.
Rith Kem - Principal - Compliance, Forensics and Intelligence, Control Risks
Jerry Finley - Director, Cyber Security, Relativity
Darian Lewis - Lead Threat Intelligence Analyst, Relativity
Travis Wiggins - Deputy CISO, CNA
Nicolas Reys - Associate Director – Head of Cyber Threat Intelligence, Control Risks