5 Things CTI Leaders Can Learn from the Product Team
Thursday February 25th, 1:00 pm EST
As a threat intelligence leader, you likely have a good idea of the value your CTI team brings to your organization. But does the rest of the security organization? Do the executives? Does the C-Suite?
CTI teams that take a “product” approach – in which organization stakeholders are customers for contextualized intelligence- can see increased investment in their operation and stronger holistic security outcomes. How are you delivering value to your customers? Do you have a way to receive customer feedback and improve your product?
In this presentation we will learn how to:
- Highlight the value CTI already brings to the organization.
- Increase value of existing technology and human resources through robust integrations.
- Effectively receive and implement feedback that strengthens a CTI process.
VP of Threat Intelligence Engineering
As VP of Threat Intelligence Engineering, Chris Jacob leads a global team of engineers in working with security teams to assess their current approach to intelligence, understand their needs, and provide them with a product driven solution. Chris has over 15 years of experience in Information Security, beginning with serving as Battalion Information Systems Coordinator during his time in the Marine Corps, and including leadership positions at Sourcefire, Fidelis Cybersecurity and Webroot.
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