Can ‘Best of Breed’ Security Tools Be Orchestrated?
Previously presented on Wednesday March 16, 2022 | 12:00 p.m. EDT
The OCA is pleased to announce the first 2022 information session dealing squarely with the challenges presented by cyber tool integration.
If you are a cyber professional representing a vendor, service provider, analyst, local or federal government cyber practitioner you will benefit from learning about the progress being made by the open-source community developing a standardized set of data interfaces that will simplify tool orchestration.
CIS Speaker in Attendance:
Chief Product Architect, Center for Internet Security (CIS)
Adam Montville is Chief Architect for Security Best Practices at CIS, where he helps lead a diverse team responsible for developing products and services supporting information security best practices and automation. Adam brings more than two decades of information security experience to his team, and actively participates in several standards organizations, including the Internet Engineering Task Force, OASIS, and the Center for Threat-Informed Defense. He also serves as a member of the Project Governing Board for the Open Cybersecurity Alliance. Adam began his career in the Information Security Laboratory of Oregon State University, his alma mater, working on cryptographic primitives and algorithms. He has held a variety of technical and executive-level IT and security positions in both the public and private sectors, including the Department of Defense.