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Wednesday, September 18 • 1:45pm - 2:30pm
It Must Be Fancy Bear

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Were you certain that Fancy Bear was in your network to find that it was really just a misconfig? Did you spend countless cycles on an incident to find out who-done-it for upper management, only to be disappointed with the lack of actionable intelligence? If you have ever been curious about Attribution or how to make Attribution work in your organization, then this talk is for you! The focus will be on the different ways organizations can maximize their defensive strategies using information shared by the enemy. You’ll learn that the “who” and “why” aspects of attribution mean little when compared with TTPs in most company’s cyber threat intelligence programs.  

Speakers
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Alex Ramirez

Founder and CEO, Titian Cyber Security
Alex Ramirez has worked in the IT field for over 10 years, and last year he decided to broaden his skillset to focus more on cyber security. In that pursuit, he was granted a scholarship from the SANS – ICMCP Cyber Diversity Academy and obtained three GIAC certifications. He went... Read More →
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Xena Olsen

Cyber Threat Intel Analyst, Financial Services Industry
Xena Olsen is a cyber threat intelligence analyst in the financial services industry. A graduate of SANS Women’s Academy with 6 GIAC certifications, an MBA IT Management, and a doctoral student in Cybersecurity at Marymount University.



Wednesday September 18, 2019 1:45pm - 2:30pm
Ballroom CDE - 4th Floor