Social Network For CISO (Chief Information Security Officers)
Want to detect threats in your organization? Stop reading every feed and curate your threat intel and content so they actually work for your security architecture. By managing meaningful threat intelligence so the external intel maps to internal threat models and curating your content sensibly, you can create a high-functioning SOC that both detects and defends against cyberattacks.
Speakers: Mischel Kwon, Justin Monti
Mischel Kwon is the Founder and CEO of MKACyber, a rapidly expanding managed security operations services provider (MSSP) and security consulting firm with elite SOC expertise. Kwon has more than 35 years of broad IT and security experience, including serving as VP of Public Sector Security for RSA Security, the Director for the US-CERT and as the Deputy Director for IT Security Staff at the United States Department of Justice where she built the first Justice Security Operations Center. Kwon holds a master of science, computer science and a graduate certificate in computer security and information assurance.
Justin Monti is CTO at MKACyber focusing on architecture for MKACyber technical cybersecurity solutions and technical security services delivery. With over 15 years of IT and infosec experience in the private and public sector, he brings an executive-level eye to complex technical security challenges. He leads MKACyber clients in applying technology to the successful execution of holistic security programs focused on protecting their mission. Monti was a Founder at NetWitness, supporting key commercial and government customers with enterprise packet capture and forensics. Before NetWitness, he supported enterprise systems in the government space as a system architect/engineer and ISSO. Monti holds a bachelor’s in computer science and business economics from Brown University.