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Tuesday, January 7 • 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Cyber Analyst Data Fusion Dreams Do Come True

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This panel will discuss the practical yet awesome possibilities for data fusion when analysts synthesize historically-divergent data sets (such as flow data and threat intelligence data) in the operational context. This type of data fusion potentially affects the whole spectrum of cyber analysts: incident responders, threat hunters, threat intelligence analysts, risk analysts, etc. We will discuss how this data fusion can influence intelligence sharing activities, disrupt the dreaded analyst fatigue, and inform intelligence/data disposition strategies. Participants will learn about threat + flow modeling techniques and SOPs that they can explore back home in their operational contexts.

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Katie Kusjanovic

Her primary roles include conducting demonstrations of Threat Intelligence Platform and Intelligence Feed technologies and supporting customers with their operational and analytic needs. Her career covers incident response and cyber security engineering. She has a bachelor’s degree... Read More →

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Terry Bruger

Founder, BuboWerks
S. Terry Brugger, PhD, did his undergrad at Purdue where he first got bitten by the security bug. He went on to Lawrence Livermore National Lab where his work became increasingly security focused. Concurrently, he worked on his dissertation at UC Davis, first on “Data Mining for... Read More →
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Jeffrey Chrabaszcz

Data Science Lead, Govini
Jeffrey Chrabaszcz is the Data Science Lead at Govini, a data and analytics firm dedicated to transforming the business of national security through data science and machine learning. Dr. Chrabaszcz and his team help Govini deliver objective, decision-grade information at scale to... Read More →
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Lena Pons

Machine Learning Research Scientist, CERT Division - Software Engineering Institute
Lena Pons is a Machine Learning Research Scientist in the CERT division of the Software Engineering Institute, where she uses computational linguistics and natural language processing techniques to aid analysts in cybersecurity incident response. Lena earned her MA in Computer Science... Read More →
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Jonathan "Jono" Spring

Senior Vulnerability Researcher, Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute
Dr. Jonathan Spring is a senior member of the technical staff with the CERT division of the Software Engineering Institute at Carnegie Mellon University. He began working at CERT in 2009. Prior posts include adjunct professor at the University of Pittsburgh’s School of Information... Read More →

Tuesday January 7, 2020 1:00pm - 2:00pm EST
Regency Ballroom Hyatt Regency Savannah 2 W. Bay Street Savannah GA 31401