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What the CISO REALLY wants out of your SOC

  • Monday, September 10, 2018 at 1:00 PM EDT (2018-09-10 17:00:00 UTC)
  • Russell Eubanks

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Overview

You do not want the pilot of your next flight to have anything less than full visibility into the operation of the next airplane you board. Why would you allow your CISO to have anything less than full visibility into what is happening in your SOC? CISOs will either know now or they will unfortunately know later. How long can your CISO stand to not know there is trouble simmering in your SOC? This presentation will provide you with practical takeaways to demonstrate value from your SOC to your CISO and ultimately to your entire organization.

Speaker Bio

Russell Eubanks

As owner of Security Ever After and consultant for Enclave Security, Russell is responsible for assessing the cyber security of many diverse organizations and increasing their maturity while decreasing the probability of a breach. He wrote the first paper on how to implement the Critical Security Controls and serves on the editorial panel for the Critical Security Controls. As a current handler for the SANS Internet Storm Center and a former chief information security officer (CISO) of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, he's especially passionate about helping new or aspiring cyber leaders increase their influence. Russell is a SANS Certified Instructor and co-author of the new five day version of MGT 521: Leading Cybersecurity Change: Building A Security-Based Culture and the new SANS SEC405: Business Finance Essentials course for SANS Technology Institute. Read more about Russell here.

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