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R-CISC Cyber Thursday Webinar Series

January 31,11:00 am - 4:00 pm

The Retail Cyber Intelligence Sharing Center (R-CISC) s a trusted cybersecurity community for retailers, gaming properties, consumer product manufacturers, grocers, hotels, restaurants, and cybersecurity industry partners worldwide. The R-CISC team is dedicated to building and sustaining valuable programs, partnerships, products and opportunities that enable members to grow their trust-based relationships, strategic knowledge and tactical capabilities. For the first Cyber Thursday of 2019, the organization will be hosting three webinars:

  • A Day in the Life of a Threat Intelligence Researcher
  • Embracing Digital Risk Protection: Take Your Threat Intelligence to the Next Level.
  • R-CISC’s first Town Hall Webinar

In “A Day in the Life,” ThreatConnect researcher Alex Valdivia will walk through his team’s workflows for hunting threats, analyzing malware and network infrastructure, and using the intelligence derived from that work to better understand and defend against adversaries. In addition, he will discuss the underlying concepts that guide those workflows, as well as best practices related to threat intelligence data models, data hygiene (e.g. false positive management), and orchestration.

In “Embracing Digital Risk Protection,” IntSights VP of strategy Nick Hayes is joined by Hanes Brands CISO and director of global security William Curtiss to share tactics to protect your digital footprint, a framework for effective digital risk protection, and more.

In the town hall webinar, the R-CISC kicks off a new year of information sharing by highlighting 2018 wins, the organization’s journey for 2019 including how member feedback from a recent satisfaction survey is shaping programs, intel sharing improvements, and collaboration and resource development enhancements. Hear updates from R-CISC staff and select committee chairs on what’s coming in 2019.

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