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May 2018 ISSA International Series Web Conference

ISSA International Series: Breach Report Analysis

Recorded (2 Hour Event) on Tuesday, May 22, 2018

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It's everyone's favorite time of year. What will we learn from this year's breach reports? Join us as we review the latest data, look for lessons and trends, and help you understand what it all means. Our panel of experts will focus on how security professionals can learn from the data, and hopefully avoid becoming a statistic for next
year's report.



Matt Mosley, Director of Product Management, Symantec; NOVA Chapter, ISSA Web Conference Committee


Matt Mosley has been working as a security professional for more than 25 years in roles within corporate IT and risk management, strategic consulting, and product development. In his most recent role with Symantec, Matt was responsible for product strategy for managed security services. Prior to this role, Matt held senior leadership
roles with leading security firms including NetIQ, Internet Security Systems, Intellitactics and Brabeion Software. Matt holds the CISSP, CISM, and CISA designations, teaches CISSP courses for ISSA-NOVA, and is a frequent speaker at security conferences.


Patrick Cable, Sr. Infrastructure Security Engineer, Threat Stack

Patrick Cable is a Sr. Infrastructure Security Engineer at Threat Stack. Patrick works on building the bridge between Infrastructure Operations and Security by writing new tooling and implementing technologies like Vault and LDAP. Prior to working at Threat Stack, he was Associate Staff in the Secure and Resilient Systems Group at MIT Lincoln Laboratory.


Paul Williams, former CTO, White Badger Group

Paul Williams is the former Chief Technology Officer of Pennsylvania-based White Badger Group. Paul is a national and international public speaker with extensive experience in conducting enterprise insider threat and economic espionage investigations, risk assessments, and remediation consulting services for large commercial and government organizations.

Laurance Dine, Managing Principal, Investigative Response at Verizon RISK Team

Laurance Dine is a Managing Principal for the Verizon Investigative Response Unit – a division of the Verizon RISK Team. His position covers the Asia/Pacific (APAC), and Europe/MiddleEast/Africa (EMEA) regions. He is a recognized expert in the field of Investigative Response and Computer Forensics. Laurance has assisted corporations, government agencies, and attorneys with all matters involving computer forensics, fraud investigations, and computer security incident response matters.

Laurance has qualified in court as an expert in eDiscovery and computer forensics and has provided testimony at deposition, arbitration, and in all levels of the UK courts including the High Court of Justice of England and Wales. He has been
selected as an independent expert and has served as a court appointed third-party neutral. In these matters, he has addressed forensic issues concerning records management,accessibility, burden, preservation, collection, spoliation, search, and production.

In his current role Laurance leads a team of highly skilled consultants. Experts in Laurance’s team have experience in many fields of study and practice, such as forensic analysis, malware reverse engineering, threat intelligence analysis and threat actor attribution, among others. Laurance specializes in high-level crisis and emergency response matters and is regularly consulting with executives from Fortune 500 companies with regard to pre-planning for such situations as well as leading active crisis response matters and liaising with external partners.

Prior to joining Verizon, Laurance worked for a global consultancy firm and has provided advice and reporting to company boards, government regulators and investigatory bodies, the UK High Court, foreign courts, legislative boards of enquiry, and company administrators and liquidators. His cases have covered business sectors including air transport, freight and shipping, financial services, pharmaceutical, manufacturing, information technology, construction, and reinsurance, professional services, gaming, hospitality, entertainment, oil and gas, government, retail and real estate.

Laurance spent 11 years working for the Military Police in the US Air Force, latterly leading the Investigations team.

Jay Jacobs, Chief Data Scientist, Founder and Partner at Cyentia Institute

Jay is a Co-founder and Chief Data Scientist at Cyentia Institute, a research firm dedicated to advancing the state of information security knowledge and practice through data-driven research. Previously, Jay was a Data Scientist and BitSight and also a co-author on the Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report.

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