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Outside Looking In: How to Stop the Rapid Rise of Insider Threats


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Sponsored by Illusive Networks

Thursday, May 7, 2020
11am EDT

Even in good times, insider threats are challenging to identify. Insiders have access. They know what normal behavior is expected. They know the network, the organization, and the culture. All making it easier for them to deceive and hide their tracks. With defensive systems weakened, the opportunity increases for employees with ill intent to gain and maintain enhanced access and privileges undetected.

Anomaly detection and other tools most often used to identify insider behavior have suddenly been rendered useless. Behavioral monitoring never worked well at finding needles in haystacks, but in a crisis like this, when everything looks like a needle, it falls over completely. No normal baseline exists. Everything is an anomaly.

In this webinar, Illusive Networks Field CTO Wade Lance and former City National Bank CISO Karl Mattson will explore how to successfully deal with insider threats during the current moment as workforces massively shift to remote environments. At a time when incident response teams are overrun with alerts, analytical tools are failing to keep up with changing activity patterns, and economies are dealing with unprecedented changes, better insider threat strategies are needed to more accurately identify and respond to potential risk. Join our webinar to hear more about what those insider threat strategies should look like and gain practical tips for implementing those tactics quickly.  

Wade Lance
Field CTO - Illusive Networks

Wade Lance has been productizing new technologies in education, healthcare and information security for over 20 years.  He has diverse experience in solution design for global 1000 cybersecurity teams, an extensive background in advanced cyber-attack detection, and a specialty in cyber deception methods and platforms.

Prior to his career in information technology, Lance was a professional mountain guide. As Program Director at Appalachian Mountaineering he developed a new method for technical rock and ice climbing instruction that is still used today to teach advanced skills for the most dangerous environments.

Karl Mattson
Ex-CISO - City National Bank, President and Chair - LA Cyber Lab Advisory Board

Karl Mattson is a member of the Illusive Networks board. He is an experienced cyber security leader and technology innovator who now works as an independent advisor. He was formerly the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) for City National Bank in Los Angeles, CA and SVP for IT Risk at PNC Bank in Pittsburgh, PA. He currently serves as President of the LA Cyber Lab, a non-profit initiative serving citizens in the LA community, and as adjunct faculty at the University of Minnesota.


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