Threat Reduction Summit and FVEY Collaboration Event
|Monday February 27th|
|1730 - 2030:||Welcome Happy Hour|
|Tuesday February 28th|
|Morning:||Recorded Future President, Mr Stuart Solomon
JFHQ-DODIN J2, COL Christian Lewis
FBI, Mr Ryan MacFarlane, "The Dark Side of AI"
Panel Discussion: The use of OSINT
|Afternoon:||Breakout Session 1: Choose from the role of strategic intelligence in future relations or the role of operational intelligence in monitoring threat actors
Recorded Future Principal Threat Intelligence Analyst, Mr Daryush "Dars" Baudo
Recorded Future CSIRT, Mr Allan Liska
|HH and Dinner|
|Wednesday March 01st|
|Morning:||Recorded Future Senior Director, APJ & EMEA Intelligence Services, Mr Tim Hind
Client Speaker - Importance of OSINT
Breakout Session 2: Choose From: Tracking malicious infrastructure or tracking information operations
|Afternoon:||Recorded Future Senior Manager Intelligence Services, EMEA, Mr Joseph Rooke, "Nexus of Cyber and Geopolitics"
McGrathNicol, Mr Dave Ormrod (Expert in cyber strategy and national security)
Recorded Future US Public Sector Technical Lead, Mr Nathan Mckedin, "Monitoring PIRs and Answering RFIs" Workshop Outcome Presentation
Stu Solomon is President of Recorded Future, the world’s largest provider of intelligence for enterprise security. In this role, Stu is responsible for leading the intelligence research, analysis, sales and marketing, services, enterprise and product security, and client delivery functions for Recorded Future. Prior to his current role, Stu led the product, R&D, and strategy functions for Recorded Future. Under Stu's leadership, Insight Venture Partners acquired Recorded Future for $780 million in May 2019 — the highest exit for a threat intelligence company in history.
Tim Hind was born in Sunderland and joined the Royal Air Force as a Commissioned Officer in the Intelligence Branch after reading Law at university. During his time in the service, he initially focused on the Middle East and then specialised in cyber warfare. He later joined Barclays Bank in a Global Information Security role with stints in the Middle East and emerging markets and subsequently headed up the bank's global cyber intelligence capability. He then moved to America, leading another cyber intelligence team in his position of Vice President within a start-up cyber intelligence company that was sold in 2016. Tim is currently a Director of cyber intelligence teams located in Europe, the Middle East, Africa and the Asia/Pacific regions, who service clients globally in the public and private sectors.
Colonel Christian Lewis
COL Christian Lewis is the Director of Intelligence for Joint Force Headquarters – Department of Defense Information Network (JFHQ-DODIN). In this role, he provides timely, accurate, and actionable information to enable effective decision-making. His primary focus areas include fusing information derived from available sources across intelligence disciplines, assessing data of detected adversary cyber activity within the DODIN, and compiling and reporting analyses to the JFHQ-DODIN Commander.
With more than 20 years of experience in ransomware and information security, Allan Liska has improved countless organizations’ security posture using more effective intelligence. Liska provides ransomware-related counsel and key recommendations to major global corporations and government agencies, sitting on national ransomware task forces and speaking at global conferences. Liska has worked as both a security practitioner and an ethical hacker at Symantec, iSIGHT Partners, FireEye, and Recorded Future. Regularly cited in The Washington Post, Bloomberg, The New York Times, and NBC News, he is a leading voice in ransomware and intelligence security. Liska has authored numerous books including “The Practice of Network Security, Building an Intelligence-Led Security Program;” “Securing NTP: A Quickstart Guide;” “Ransomware: Defending Against Digital Extortion;” “DNS Security: Defending the Domain Name System;” and “Ransomware: Understand.Prevent.Recover.”
Registration, Venue, & Hotels
There is no cost to attend the FVEY summit. The venue will be in Canberra, Australia. Specific location will be provided to verified registrants.
Recorded Future does not have a discount code for these hotels.
Please register with your appropriate government email so we can validate association. The specific event location will be provided to registrants once verified.