From WannaCry to BadRabbit,
2017 was filled with cybersecurity meltdowns.
The Cybersecurity: A set of security techniques that are designed to protect the integrity of computer systems, programs and data from theft and damage to their hardware, software or other information as well as the disruption and misappropriation of their services. LookingGlass Cyber (n) - Professional paid ninjas who protect the cyber world from cyber attacks. Everybody is doing it, but we have the double black belt with the Versace logo. So yeah, we’re really good. landscape has only become more volatile this past year. With cyber threats on the rise, is your organization’s security posture ready for 2018?
Join LookingGlass’ Vice President of Customer Support, James Carnall and Vice President of Intelligence Operations, Eric Olson as they take a closer look at 2017’s major cyber-related incidents and provide tips and recommendations on how your organization can prepare for 2018.
Webinar attendees will learn:
- Major cybersecurity trends from the past year
- Cybersecurity tactics that worked – and didn’t work – in 2017
- How to take a proactive cybersecurity approach to fending off cyber threats
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About the Speakers
Vice President of Customer Support, LookingGlass Cyber Solutions
As Vice President of LookingGlass’ Customer Support Group, James Carnall leads a team of more than 80 analysts based in LookingGlass’ 24x7 Cyber Security Center. Since joining the company in 2005, James’ focus has been on Brand Protection, Social Media Impersonation, Cyber Security Monitoring, Anti-Phishing, and Security Response. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Information Security with a minor in Business Management from George Mason University.
Vice President of Intelligence Operations, LookingGlass Cyber Solutions
As LookingGlass Cyber Solutions’ Vice President of Intelligence Operations, Eric Olson leads the groups responsible for intelligence collection and system configuration across the surface, social, deep, and dark web, as well as the company’s threat research and investigations teams. He is a product development expert, SCRUM Certified Product Owner (CSPO), and is Pragmatic Marketing Certified (PMC) in product management. Eric is passionate about analytical rigor and the application of data to solve important problems including cyber crime, trafficking, public safety, and consumer fraud.