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Enabling ‘Big Intelligence’ Against APTs

Enabling ‘Big Intelligence’ Against APTs

As the threats of APTs deepen and become increasingly difficult to prevent or detect in a timely fashion, CISOs are rethinking the approach to security, pooling their efforts and information to attain better intelligence on how to respond quickly and appropriately to mitigate damage. What we’re seeing is Big Data transforming into “Big Intelligence” in the security space, with CISOs aiming toward a shared information network by utilizing Big Data and the combined information of those fighting the good fight. So how can we enable such a “Big Intelligence” network, how can CISOs derive actionable intelligence from it, and how will it help us get a step ahead of the bad guys?

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Dr. Roger R. Schell

Dr. Roger R. Schell, Professor, USC/ISI, University of Southern California

Dr. Roger R. Schell recently joined USC/ISI supporting their Masters of Cyber Security degree program. He is internationally recognized for originating several key modern security design and evaluation techniques, and he holds patents in c... More   View all posts
Roy Mellinger

Roy Mellinger, VP and CISO, Wellpoint

Roy Mellinger is vice president of information technology security and chief information security officer at WellPoint, overseeing a department of 150 information security and risk management professionals responsible for protecting WellPoi... More   View all posts
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