For years, attackers have successfully used deception tactics for breaching networks. They masquerade as legitimate employees, using stolen credentials and deceptive measures to infiltrate a network, all while remaining undetected for lengthy dwell times. Security teams are challenged in that they have to be successful 100% of the time, whereas an attacker only has to get lucky once. Join us to learn how to turn the tables.
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Tony Cole currently serves as Attivo's Chief Technology Officer. At Attivo Networks, he works to drive a cohesive strategy across marketing, sales, and the platform to help ensure Attivo's customers are successful in thwarting the impact from cyber-attacks. He's a public voice for the company as well, educating the market on the cyber deception space and cybersecurity in general. With more than 30 years' experience in government and industry across a variety of roles, he has successfully built program-driven business development teams driving millions in revenue, large global consulting teams assisting customers in all aspects of security defense and operations. He's a well-known global strategist and evangelist in cybersecurity working to educate on the evolving threat to our interconnected world. Cole is on the Board of Directors for (ISC)² and Silent Circle; and also serves on the NASA Advisory Council. He's also a former president of ISSA-DC.
Managing Director, Alvarez & Marsal
Rocco Grillo currently serves as a Managing Director with Alvarez & Marsal's Disputes and Investigations Global Cyber Risk Services practice. He focuses on leading multi disciplinary teams who provide cyber risk and
incident response services to clients globally. He has been a trusted partner of multiple government agencies, including the FBI and Secret Service, where his cyber expertise was instrumental in investigating and resolving a variety of cyber based crimes. Grillo's experience and understanding of commercial sector challenges and national security objectives have influenced the development of national policy in cybersecurity, including the NIST Cybersecurity Framework. Prior to joining A&M, he held leadership positions at professional services organizations including Stroz Friedberg/Aon Cyber Solutions, where he served as the Global Leader of the firm's Cybersecurity Services. Prior to Aon Cyber Solutions, Grillo was a founding member of Protiviti Inc's Cybersecurity Practice where he led the development of the firm's Global Incident Response and Forensics Investigations Practice. He also assisted with the development of RedSiren Technologies, one of the first managed security services firm that evolved out of Carnegie Mellon. Earlier in his career, he held positions of increasing responsibility with Lucent Technologies and Bell companies. He is an affiliate board advisor for the Retail & Hospitality ISAC and has assisted with other thought leadership initiatives for the FS-ISAC; and assists in creating its annual Compromise Against Payments Systems (CAPS), the simulated industry cyberattack exercise.. He has served on the CLM Cyber Liability Council, the Board of Directors of the NY Metro ISSA Chapter, the IT Policy Compliance Group, and the (i 4) International Information Integrity Institute Research Steering Committee.