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Interview: James Carder, LogRhythm
James Carder brings more than 22 years of experience working in corporate security and consulting for the Fortune 500 and U.S. Government. At LogRhythm, he oversees the company’s governance, risk, and compliance program, security architecture, awareness, product security, physical security, and security operations. He also directs the LogRhythm Labs strategic integrations, threat and compliance research teams.
He holds an MBA from the University of Minnesota, is an Advisory Board member for Colorado University, the Identity Defined Security Alliance, and New Cloud Networks, and a member of the Forbes Technology Council.
Measuring and maturing security operations maturity
Overview of our security operations maturity model (SOMM), discussion around measurement and road-map to advancing your organization's maturity level. What are mature organizations measuring, who are they reporting that to, what key uses cases are on the roadmap, etc.
- SECURITY OPERATIONS MATURITY MODEL (SOMM)
- SOMM AND ZERO TRUST
- TRUE UNLIMITED DATA PLAN
- SECURITY PREDICTIONS
Interview: Jamie Butler, Elastic
Jamie Butler is the Technology Lead at Elastic Security, He was formerly the Chief Technology Officer at Endgame, where he led Endgame’s engineering, product, and research teams.
Jamie was a computer scientist at the National Security Agency and co-authored the bestseller, "Rootkits: Subverting the Windows Kernel." He is also a frequent speaker at security conferences and serves as a Review Board member for Black Hat.
Improving security requires reducing complexity
The vast majority of breaches are not launched by nation states or foreign militaries, but individuals and cyber crime groups with varying degrees of experience, often looking for weaknesses in enterprise systems or processes. One of the primary reasons these actors are successful is the complex web of technologies deployed across enterprise networks by defenders in the search for a security panacea that does not exist. This discussion will focus on ways an organization can reduce complexity and improve security efficiency and scale.