Speaking opportunity: Fighting Cyber-Attacks Through Security Intelligence

I’m looking for two independent speakers for an upcoming Infosecurity Magazine webinar, on October 8 (1500 BST).

The topic is:
Fighting Cyber-Attacks Through Security Intelligence

Security teams are bombarded with information that could indicate a potential threat to the organization – but identifying the real dangers within the sea of digital noise is a constant challenge.

The ability to reduce noise and attain true visibility into actual threats facing your organization is often referred to as ‘security intelligence’. By achieving security intelligence, teams can reduce the time taken to detect and respond to cyber-attacks and properly assess risk.
Leveraging your security intelligence is a complex but incredibly valuable process. It’s worthwhile though – proper insight into the data traversing your network could be the difference between stopping a breach and falling victim to the next headline-grabbing attack.

In this webinar, a panel of experts will discuss what ‘security intelligence’ really means, and how security teams can apply it. Join the debate by asking your questions of the panel, as they explore:

  • How to achieve visibility and deliverable intelligence into malicious network activity
  • Applying contextual information to enhance the quality of security intelligence
  • Achieving automation and efficiency
  • The response lifecycle
  • Speakers can be from academia, security professional bodies, consulting firms or of course, CIOs or CISOs. Please email me if you are interested in the first instance.


    About stephenpritchard
    Freelance journalist specialising in business and technology, based in London (UK).

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