May 27, 2021 | 4:00pm-5:00pm PT
ISACA Portland, Oregon Chapter Presents: Spring Training 2021
Risk-Based Strategy for “Killer” Hunting Programs
Session 6 with Paul Caiazzo
Threat hunting can be intimidating for those who are just getting started, and even organizations who have hunt programs can benefit from an enhanced approach. Many think effective threat hunting is built around tools, but in our experience, the process is more important. A challenge most encounter, is effectively developing a hunt hypothesis that aligns with exposures, the organization is likely to face.
This session aims to break down barriers to an effective threat hunt program by blending together strategies to turn your weaknesses into strengths.
As Avertium’s senior vice president of Security and Compliance, Paul Caiazzo oversees technology alliances and strategic initiatives guiding Avertium clients through challenging security problems. He also leads Avertium’s internal security and compliance initiatives working to reduce risk across the organization and for clients.
Paul serves as the cybersecurity advisor to the Science and Technology Policy Center for Development where he utilizes his expertise to help the nonprofit organization achieve their goal of advancing ICT in developing countries.