What: RSA Conference, one of the leading cybersecurity conferences in the world, is an opportunity to learn about new approaches to security, discover the latest technology and interact with top security leaders and pioneers.
Too much threat intelligence places undue strain on tooling and analysts, while too little threat intelligence leaves an organization unnecessarily exposed to risk. At the end of the day, what really matters is that your security operations center (SOC) has the right threat intelligence. To that end, MKACyber CEO Mischel Kwon and CTO Justin Monti will discuss how SOCs can analyze their internal and external threat intelligence to develop defensive content (hashes, SIEM correlation rules, IDS signatures, etc.) that is tailored to their specific threat model, risk profile, and business mission. Join them for “Threat Intel and Content Curation: Organizing the Path to Successful Detection,” at the upcoming RSA Conference on Wednesday, April 18 from 1:45 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. PT.
Together, Ms. Kwon and Mr. Monti will address how organizations can curate threat intelligence content—IoCs, SIEM correlation rules, protocol parsers, filters, and more—to arm the business’ security architecture to detect threats more effectively and efficiently. The duo will discuss threat intelligence management strategies that allow security teams to map external threat intelligence to their internal threat models. Ultimately, curating security content in this way allows security professionals to create a high-functioning security operations centers (SOC) that both detects threats and holistically defends against cyberattacks.
Wednesday, April 18, 2018
1:45 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. PT
*NOTE: Attendance to the RSA Conference 2018 is required to attend this session.
RSA Conference 2018, April 16 – 20, 2018
San Francisco, CA 94130
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Both Mischel Kwon, CEO of MKACyber, and Justin Monti, CTO at MKACyber, are available to discuss security operations, content curation, and how you can better defend your business by aligning your SOC strategy with your business mission. Ms. Kwon can also address diversity in the cybersecurity industry and the role CISOs must play in elevating cybersecurity to a board level discussion.
MKACyber helps decision makers remove the noise from cybersecurity by approaching it as a business discipline. Using a highly-customized approach and a use case methodology that transforms security operations into a repeatable process, MKACyber helps its customers make common sense decisions about cybersecurity based on strong business and technical acumen. The company partners with its customers to provide an individualized approach to security, including SOC assessments, high-touch managed SOC services and CISO advisory and collaboration support capabilities. Visit us at www.mkacyber.io.
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