Shock to the System: Re-Evaluating Your Security Operations | 02
In our very first guest interview with Mark Orlando, John asks Mark questions to help us re-evaluate our security operations.
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Mark started his security career in 2001 as a SOC Analyst, and since then has been both fighting for blue team resources and trying to automate them out of a job. He has built, assessed, and managed security teams at the Pentagon, the White House, the Department of Energy, global Managed Security Service Providers, and numerous Fortune 500 clients.
Mark's passion is finding new and innovative ways to help defenders scale through the right application of foundational knowledge and assistive technology, and helping people in leadership and non-technical roles navigate the many challenges of information security. In 2012, he designed and launched a Managed Detection and Response (MDR) service offering and helped to invent an automated cyber threat hunting technology, both of which were later acquired.
Mark has presented on security operations and assessment at DefCon's Blue Team Village, the Institute for Applied Network Security (IANS) Forum, BSidesDC, and the RSA Conference and has been quoted in the New York Times, the Washington Post, Forbes, CNBC, SC Magazine, and many other publications. He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Advanced Information Technology from George Mason University and served in the US Marine Corps as an Artillery Non-Commissioned Officer. In his spare time, Mark enjoys reading, going to rock shows, and sneaking in the occasional Netflix binge.
Follow Mark on Twitter (@markaorlando) and LinkedIn (/in/marko16).