ARLINGTON, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--BluVector, a leader in network security monitoring and analytics, today announced that CEO Kris Lovejoy will present a session focusing on the emergence of cyber hunting at Interop ITX. The conference will take place at MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nev., from May 15-19, 2017.
What: Rise of Cyber Hunting: Not Falling Victim to Undetected Breaches
Who: CEO Kris Lovejoy
Where: Interop ITX, MGM Grand, Las Vegas, Room 111
When: Thursday, May 18, 3:20pm – 4:20pm ET
Session Details: In this session, Lovejoy will discuss the evolution of cyber hunting, its relationship to traditional cyber security operations, and the role emerging technologies can play in reducing the cost and improving the effectiveness of hunting operations. She will also cover how new trends in automation can help reduce time spent investigating a breach from months to minutes. Attendees will walk away with steps to take for a successful cyber hunting mission: from building a baseline hunting capability to hunting across the cyber kill chain – where emerging technologies have the biggest impact – to cyber hunting's contributions to incident investigation and remediation.
Lovejoy is a recognized expert in the field on security, risk, compliance and governance, with appearances in Forbes, CNBC, NPR and USA Today. Within the past five years she has been recognized as 2015 SC Magazine Top 25 Security Managers, 2014 SC Magazine Power Player, 2012 Compass Award Winner by CSO Magazine, one of eWEEK’s 2012 “Top Women in Information Security That Everyone Should Know,” Top 25 CTO by InfoWorld, and Top 25 Most Influential Security Executives by Security Magazine.
BluVector helps security teams respond to malicious threats up to 80 percent faster than current approaches. As a leader in Network Security Monitoring & Analytics, BluVector applies supervised machine learning and automation so security teams can detect and respond to advanced security threats at digital speed. For more information visit: www.bluvector.io.