Cloudflare Threat Insights: Intelligence From the Criminal Underground Integrated Across Our Global Network
Date: Tuesday, November 9th at 10am PDT / 1pm EDT
Organizations rely on intelligence from security vendors like Cloudflare to protect their workforces and networks from Internet threats. But for most any vendor, staying on top of the shifting landscape of malware and ransomware requires partnerships with the right experts and wide visibility across Internet traffic.
Cloudflare aggregates threat intelligence from our own global network and many third-party research firms like Intel471. By enriching Intel471's root source analysis with Cloudflare's telemetry and machine learning models, Cloudflare helps organizations stay at the vanguard of detecting and blocking ever-evolving threats.
In this webinar, Cloudflare and Intel471 will share examples of how organizations can benefit from their combined approach to threat intelligence. Register now and you will learn:
- How Cloudflare and Intel471 work together to track the evolution of malware families
- How research firms like Intel471 identify risky domains and IPs -- so your security teams do not have to
- How aggregating and activating threat intelligence across Cloudflare's global network protects organizations
About the presenters:
Jesse Kipp, Engineering Manager, Cloudflare
Jesse Kipp has built all kinds of software, ranging from full-stack web applications to quantitative trading platforms, over a career that spans more than 20 years. Today he leads the threat data and threat intelligence team at Cloudflare, which uses data science and machine learning to identify potential security threats and provides that data to a variety of Cloudflare products.
Brandon Hoffman, CISO at Intel471
Brandon Hoffman has nearly 20 years of vast cybersecurity experience assisting global enterprises and government agencies. Prior to taking the CISO position at Intel 471, he served as CISO and Head of Security Strategy at Netenrich, guiding businesses through their journey to accelerate digital IT transformation across IT Ops, Cybersecurity, Networks, and Cloud. Hoffman has also served as the chief technology officer (CTO) at Lumeta Corporation, a cloud visibility and network security management company; and, Federal CTO at network security risk analytics company, RedSeal Networks. In addition, his expansive experience includes: directing intelligence teams in the service of customers, an adjunct professor for Northwestern University's Master of Science in IT Program, technical business development and practitioner positions within security architecture, penetration testing, networking, and the data center.
Hoffman earned a Master of Science in Information Technology from Northwestern University; and a Bachelor of Science in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) from the University of Illinois.