Making an Intelligence-led Defense a Reality
Wednesday, June 26, 2019
1:00 p.m New York
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Intelligence-led defense is not exactly a new term, but few security teams have fully embraced it, despite its proven advantages. Why? The idea of getting started can be daunting. And getting the team behind the necessary changes is hard. In this webinar, we’ll explore the challenges of implementation, some tools to overcome them, and the best way to sell the concept throughout the organization.
You’ll learn how to:
- Overcome common misconceptions of intelligence and demonstrate intelligence to your peers as a process, not just a thing you buy.
- Start with the end in mind, with a staged holistic approach to implementing an intelligence-led defense.
- Establish intelligence as a measurable service to the rest of the internal security team and executive staff with defined requirements, deliverables, and feedback that drive collection analysis and process.
We’ll also talk about technology and services that can help you on this journey.
Brian Tokuyoshi, Sr. Product Marketing Manager, Palo Alto Networks
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Brian is a Senior Product Marketing Manager for Palo Alto Networks, where he covers protections for mobile workforces and preventing credential-based attacks. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering and is currently attending The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.
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