Eli Lilly's Path to a Successful Threat Intelligence Program
Brian Lynch - Eli Lilly
Feb 07, 2018Size: 330.8MB
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AbstractEli Lilly’s Threat Intelligence team (CTI) was officially established in July of 2016 tasked with several key objectives that would need to be met for the overall Security organization to be successful. This talk is going to cover the CTI team’s journey over the past year, where they started from, how they got the start, the current state, as well as the future direction of the Threat Intelligence program. This will not be a deep technical talk, but rather a process-based talk covering a wide variety of topics including some of the following:
Value of Previous Consulting Help
Types of Intelligence
Value Driven by the CTI Team
Criteria for Selecting a Threat Intelligence Feed and TIP Vendor
About the SpeakerBrian Lynch is a Consultant on our Threat Intelligence team at Eli Lilly and has been with the company for over 16 years. He has held various roles within security thus far, including the Manufacturing security team, Vulnerability Management, Threat Management, and most recently Threat Intelligence since July 2016. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Management Information Systems and a Master’s degree in Information and Communication Sciences. He also has several security certifications including CompTIA’s Security+, Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH), and Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP).
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