Threat Intelligence Briefing: From the Frontlines with Sandra Joyce (Invitation-only Event)
Monday, April 24 | 4:00 - 5:00 PM | SPUR Urban Center
Join us for an exclusive threat intelligence analyst briefing during RSAC to hear about the current threat landscapes and engage with the analyst team that conducts the research from the frontlines.
A reception will be held immediately following the session.
Cyber attacks continue to grow across government agencies, in both frequency and scope. It’s increasingly difficult for IT leaders to track threat actor behaviors, including those sponsored by nation states and financially motivated criminal operations.
“It’s not IF you get breached, it’s when,” making it all the more critical for organizations to have the solutions in place to ensure cyber readiness. Threat intelligence is a vital component in protecting organizations from innovative attackers and their evolving TTPs, enabling security practitioners to gain visibility into the threats that matter to their business.
Join Sandra Joyce, VP of Mandiant Intelligence at Google Cloud as she discusses:
- How to build a resilient cyber security program leveraging operationalized threat intelligence
- Key considerations in identifying gaps and reducing risk
A RSAC badge is required for entry to the session. To get a free Expo Pass, enter the Mandiant and Google Cloud code 54SMANDIAXP when you register.
Register your information to request your spot.
As Head of Global Intelligence for Mandiant, Sandra Joyce oversees intelligence collection, research, analysis and support services for threat intelligence customers and the Mandiant security product portfolio. Sandra has held positions in product management, business development and intelligence research over the course of over 23 years in both national security and commercial industry.
Sandra serves in the US Air Force Reserve and is a faculty member at the National Intelligence University. She completed her MBA at MIT and holds a bachelor’s degree in German with four master’s degrees in cyber-policy, international affairs, science and technology intelligence, and military operational art and science. Sandra speaks English, Spanish and German and lives in Virginia.