Nation States, Organized Crime and Other Adversaries: What you don't know CAN hurt you.
Adversaries are using sophisticated, holistic intelligence strategies to gain information and attack your organization often resulting in devastating results. These strategies include insiders, cyber-attacks, physical breaches and social engineering tactics. To beat them at their own game, your organization must use a holistic threat intelligence strategy, as well. In this session, we will discuss how our Enterprise Threat Intelligence Assessment (ETIA) can provide a baseline to critical knowledge to help identify your adversaries, their focus, motivation and capabilities. We will discuss actual case files and demonstrate how this critical knowledge can help faster, more effective business decisions, further reducing risk by predicting and preventing attacks and ultimately eliminating surprise.
You know your strengths and weakness, the problem is, so do your adversaries!
Upon completion, participants will be able to:
- At the end of this session, participants will be able to identify at least 3 key components of a threat intelligence assessment.
- Participants will be able to discuss why a holistic approach to an intelligence program is critical and give examples of techniques that adversaries use to collect information and develop attack strategies.
- Identify how adversaries are using organizational structure and siloes of communication to orchestrate successful attacks.
Completion of this webinar is eligible for 1 CPE credit. CPE credits for ASIS-sponsored webinars will be updated in your user profile within 48 hours of completion. Self-reporting of CPE credits is not required.
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CEO and Founder
Center for Threat Intelligence
Janet is CEO and Founder of Center for Threat Intelligence. Janet established a team of intelligence experts to build a cutting-edge holistic threat intelligence consulting, training and a certification program for Certified Threat Intelligence Professionals (CTIP).
Janet’s former leadership roles at Microsoft and Cisco, creating and managing global programs focused on compliance and security, in addition to her work at a managed cyber-security start-up, brings a wealth of knowledge in security services.
Janet is currently Committee Chair for Women in Security Puget Sound, the Chair Emeritus for the Pacific Coast Analyst Roundtable and a former Board Member for the American Red Cross. She is also a member of InfraGard, the United States Secret Service Cyber Fraud Task Force and the Washington State Fusion Center.
*Note: Speakers and content are subject to change without notice.