The seedy underbelly of cybercrime and cyberespionage: Lunch briefing with Chris Pogue

  • 18 Nov 2015
  • 12:30 PM - 2:30 PM (UTC+11:00)
  • Boathouse on the Lake, Menindee Drive, BARTON, ACT

Registration

  • Free

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Data breaches regularly make headlines around the world. Citizens’ private data and national secrets are highly valued commodities on the digital black market.
 
At this lun
ch, Nuix Senior Vice President of Cyber Threat Analysis Chris Pogue will discuss:
  • The data black market and how stolen data is bought and sold
  • Who the main players are and how organised crime syndicates are making millions
  • The key elements of a realistic cybersecurity health check that help you protect the valuable information you hold

Chris Pogue is the Senior Vice President of Nuix’s Cyber Threat Analysis security consulting team, and a member of the US Secret Service Electronic Crimes Task Force.
 
Chris is responsible for the company’s security services organisation; he oversees critical investigations and contracts, and key markets throughout the United States. His team focuses on incident response, breach preparedness, penetration testing and malware reverse engineering.
 
Over his career, Chris has led multiple professional security services organisations and corporate security initiatives to investigate thousands of security breaches worldwide. His extensive experience is drawn from careers as a cybercrimes investigator, ethical hacker, military officer and law enforcement and military instructor.
 
In 2010, Chris was named a SANS Thought Leader.
 
Chris served in the United States Army as a Signal Corps Warrant Officer and Field Artillery Sergeant. He distinguished himself as an Honour Graduate from a variety of Army Academies and Schools and received multiple awards and commendations for excellence.


This luncheon is proudly sponsored by NUIX


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