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The Cybersecurity Talent Gap: An Unforeseen Impediment to Fast and Effective Incident Remediation

  • Wednesday, October 17th, 2018 at 1:00 PM EDT (17:00:00 UTC)
  • Austin Murphy and Brandon Wunderle
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Overview

While a shortage of resources has been an ongoing cybersecurity concern, another issue that receives less attention but is equally important is the lack of cybersecurity talent. Finding qualified cybersecurity professionals to fill the knowledge gaps within your organization is not easily accomplished. There seems to be barely enough talent to address the tasks that must be done, let alone tackle the projects on your security "wishlist." A major consequence of this talent gap is that overwhelmed security teams choose to re-image compromised endpoints immediately, rather than investigating incidents in depth to remediate them. Relying on this approach can be very disruptive for the business - clearly, organizations need a better solution.

This webcast, "The Cybersecurity Talent Gap: An Unforeseen Impediment to Fast and Effective Incident Remediation," describes the extent of the problem and explains how an innovative solution, CrowdStrike(R) Falcon Complete(TM) solves the remediation challenge. Learn how this unique worry-free approach provides organizations with a dedicated team of security professionals focused on managing and monitoring endpoint security and responding to threats.

This webinar will illustrate the benefits of this approach with a real-life case study and a demonstration of how a malware outbreak can be quickly and efficiently remediated, even for organizations that are experiencing a shortage of security resources.

Speaker Bios

Austin Murphy

Austin Murphy has a broad background of leadership experience in the information security community, from both private sector professional services and the US Department of Defense. As CrowdStrike VP of Managed Services, Austin leads the team responsible for managing the Falcon platform on behalf of customer organizations and delivering a COMPLETE managed endpoint security strategy, from prevention, through detection and response, including full hands-on remote remediation.

Prior to joining the CrowdStrike team, Austin was a digital forensics/incident response manager in the Advanced Security Center at Ernst & Young. There, he was tasked with leading cyber breach investigations for customers as well as building or improving client security operations capabilities. Before entering the public sector, Austin was a US Air Force Cyberspace Operations Officer where his primary focus was on developing tactics for the deployment of advanced computer network attack and defense capabilities.

Austin holds a Quantitative Methods and Computer Science degree from the University of St Thomas. Additionally, he is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) and a GIAC Certified Forensic Analyst. (GCFA). Austin has been a guest speaker at dozens of conferences, and is co-author of Responding to Targeted Cyber Attacks: ISACA Publications.


Brandon Wunderle

Brandon Wunderle brings 6+ years of DFIR experience. He's done just about everything in DFIR to some degree: front line alert monitoring, intrusion response, internal investigations, deep dive host forensics, pcap analysis, threat intel, and threat hunting. Currently, he remediates malware from client systems with the goal of zero downtime. He has a passion for anything infosec. In his free time, he enjoys reading, podcasts, and carting his kids to hockey rinks.

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