Xcitium Webinar Vol-4

How effective has Incident Response been over the last 20+ years? Yaron Levi, CISO at Dolby, and Tim Bandos, EVP, SOC Services at Xcitium, will delve deep into the current methods of practicing incident response (IR) and explore why current strategies continue to fail. They will also detail how to evolve your organization's IR plans to meet today's threats, and how to train your team to best respond to the current threat landscape and how to threat hunt effectively.

In this episode we will cover:

  • Best practices for visibility, collection, threat hunting and UEBA
  • Why the industry has failed at incident response and the need for an evolution
  • Practical approaches to IR based on scientific research and how to train your team

Meet Your Host

Tim Bandos
Tim Bandos

EVP, SOC Services | Xcitium

Tim Bandos, is the Executive Vice President of SOC Security Services at Xcitium; delivering endpoint & network detection and response. An expert in incident response and threat hunting, he has over 18 years of experience in cybersecurity. Throughout his career, Bandos has expertly guided CISOs at major corporations on risk mitigation and cybersecurity best practices and has educated security professionals through speaking sessions at prestigious security conferences around the world, including RSA and Black Hat.

Meet Your CISO Guest

Levi Yaron
Yaron Levi

CISO | Dolby Laboratories

Yaron Levi is the CISO for Dolby. In this role he manages a team responsible for information risk management, cyber defense, regulatory and compliance, architecture and engineering, and data loss protection.

Prior to joining Dolby, Yaron was the CISO for Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas City, a Deputy CISO for Cerner Corporation; an Information Security Business Partner for Intuit; an Information Security Architect and Product Manager for eBay.

Yaron is one of 22 global Research Fellows for the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA). He was the co-chair and lead architect of the Cloud Enterprise Architecture, Contributor to the Consensus Assessments Initiative Questionnaire (CAIQ), and Cloud Controls Matrix (CCM).

Yaron serves as a venture advisor for several VCs and Security Startups, he is the co-founder of the Kansas City CISO forum, B-Sides Kansas City, and is a frequent speaker on Cyber Security Architecture, DevSecOps and Cyber Defense.

Yaron holds a B.A in Social Sciences and Management and is a graduate from the FBI CISO Academy.

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