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SPIE Presentation - Thick or Thin. How Would You Like Your Threat Intel Sliced?

Date & Time:
March 30, 2017 | 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Fifth Avenue Place, West Tower, 420 2 St SW, +15 Conference Room, in northwest corner of the building
Clayton Sopel

The following message is on behalf of SPIE (Security Professionals Information Exchange)

The vision is clear: the more data you ingest, the more you can improve your risk posture. But a data pile alone isn’t actionable. In order to achieve the desired outcome of preventing cyberattacks, organizations must be able to action on collected Indicators of Compromise, automatically transforming them into prevention-based controls for enforcement on security devices.

Introducing MineMeld - the latest gift from the open source community!  Security Analysts now have the freedom to import as many threat feeds as possible regardless of format. From white-listing to dedupe, feeds can now be “carved” up and incorporated into all security platforms providing a consistent and automated defense.

Together, we can simplify the sharing of threat intelligence for organizations, creating a stronger community that drives adoption of intelligence as a core element of a prevention-based strategy.

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**ISPIA's SPIE membership allows ISPIA members to attend free of charge**

About the speaker:

Clayton Sopel is a Systems Engineer for Palo Alto Networks based out of Calgary, Alberta. With over 17 years of experience in the IT Industry Clayton has held roles as a network analyst, security consultant and multiple Systems Engineering positions. After beginning his career as a "packet head" in the transportation sector, Clayton has now shifted his focus to the cyber security space.  He now helps enterprises navigate through the fog of cloud security, zero trust and machine-learning.