Dario Forte, DFLabs’ CEO discusses how to employ SOC automation to boost incident response in a video interview at the RSA Conference 2018 in San Francisco conducted by ISMG.
The Information Security Media Group’s editorial team conducted more than 100 video interviews with industry thought leaders among which was DFLabs CEO, Dario Forte speaking on mitigating the evolving risks.
You can read The Best of RSA Conference 2018 article here. The article has been originally published on Bank Info Security. Or watch the video interview of DFLabs CEO, Dario Forte “SOC Automation and Incident Response” here.
DFLabs Founder and CEO, Dario Forte will be attending the SINET Showcase Conference where he will take part in the panel titled “Building and Achieving a World Class Incident Response Capability” in Washington DC on November 8th, 2017.
Sharing the stage along with Devon Bryan, Executive VP & CISO, The Federal Reserve System; Mary N. Chaney, VP, Int’l Consortium of Minority Cybersecurity Professionals and, Matt Olsen, Co-Founder, IronNet Cybersecurity, he will be explaining the importance of establishing situational awareness of threats for Enterprises and Government Agencies and implementing repeatable, automated workflows to accelerate preliminary incident response steps before security analysts are needed to execute late-stage investigations and implement remediations.
For more detailed information about the event please visit the SINET Showcase official website.
This press release was originally published by BusinessWire. Read the full press release here.
If you wish to get in touch with Dario Forte, contact Marc Gendron at [email protected] or +1 781.237.0341.
In the wake of the InterContinental Hotels breach, DFLabs CEO, Dario Forte, explains how biometrics can help fend off cyber attacks on hotel systems and endpoints, in an article published by PaymentsSource. You can read the whole article “PayThink Biometrics can help thwart sneaky hotel payment crooks” by Dario Forte here.
DFLabs CEO, Dario Forte, discusses Twitter security in a recent International Business Times article. You can read the whole piece at this link.