Mapping the Threat Genome with GDT and TALOS

Mapping the Threat Genome with GDT and TALOS

April 20, 2017
10:00 am to 1:00 pm ET

There has been no shortage of troubling security breaches in the past several months. The seemingly unending onslaught of malicious actors both foreign and domestic has resulted in a threat landscape that is ever-shifting and evolving. From Denial-of-Service attacks to highly targeted spear-phishing and other persistent threats, these methods have and will only become more sophisticated.

TALOS is Cisco’s threat intelligence organization and is comprised of elite cyber-security experts. They work to proactively discover, assess, and respond to the latest methods used by malicious actors seeking to compromise your systems and steal your information.

Join us on April 20th at the Cisco offices in Herndon for an opportunity to hear a Talos Threat Briefing on the evolving threat landscape and what you can do to keep your organization safe. You’ll learn how the team at TALOS can respond in real-time to breaches using the latest detection tools and techniques.

You’ll also hear from the GDT InfoSec team on how to leverage intellectual capital across TALOS, Cisco, GDT, and other organizations to create a personalized threat-mitigation strategy.

Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to gain first-hand knowledge from deep inside the threat intelligence community. This is a highly-targeted event and is not open to the public. Space is limited so register today.


Time Agenda Item
10:00 am Arrival and Introduction
10:15 am Talos - Threat Intelligence (Featured Topic) - Mitch Neff, Talos
11:15 am Use Threat Intelligence Intelligently - IR Program Best Practices - Sean Mason/Wendy Davis
11:45 am Working Lunch
12:00 pm The GDT Difference - Brad Davenport, InfoSec and Architect Lead


Cisco Office, Fairfax County Room
6, 13600 Dulles Technology Dr, Herndon, VA 20171