The Los Angeles Participants include:
- Mark Clancy – Founder of Soltra
- Sean Franklin – NC4 Cyber Advisor, Former Board member of the Financial Services ISAC, and former VP of Threat Intelligence at American Express
The DC Participants include:
- Jonathan Couch - ThreatQuotient SVP Strategy
- Greg Temm – FS-ISAC Chief Information Risk Officer
NC4 will also talk about its Cyber Solutions Roadmap. In December, NC4 announced the availability of CTX/Soltra Edge at a discount of $8,500, for the first year, until March 15th. Normal pricing is $15,000 per year. During the webcast, NC4 will discuss a free version called CTX/Soltra Edge Limited Edition (LE).
"We are excited about the future of CTX/Soltra Edge and are working to ensure we provide the best possible solution for our customers," said Jim Montagnino, NC4 CEO and President. NC4 has been soliciting feedback from the Soltra user community to plan upcoming iterations of the solution.
Join us for the LIVE webcast at: www.nc4.com/pages/nc4-live.aspx.
NC4 will be participating in the RSA conference this year February 13-17th in San Francisco, California to further the cyber threat intelligence sharing and defense discussions. Please visit us in the South Hall at booth #2121 to hear more about CTX/Soltra Edge. NC4 will also have a secondary presence in the North Hall at booth #4428 to discuss all of our cyber solutions and how they may enhance your cyber threat sharing and defense program.
NC4 will be participating in a General Session at the FS-ISAC Annual Summit from April 30th - May 3rd in Lake Buena Vista, Florida.
About the Speakers
Mark has over 20 years of experience in cybersecurity including being the CISO for the Depository Trust and Clearing Corporation, managing the global security incident response team at Citigroup, as a board member of the FS-ISAC, and was the founder of Soltra. He is a frequent speaker at both technical and public policy venues and has testified before the US Congress on cybersecurity.
Sean has spent the last 17 years in cybersecurity focused on deploying advanced solutions to combat information security challenges within the financial services sector including integrated threat intelligence, advanced red teams, robust cyber simulation programs and quantified risk management practices. Sean is a board member of the National Cyber Forensics Training Alliance and former board member of the FS-ISAC.
As SVP of Strategy of ThreatQuotient, Jonathan Couch utilizes his 20+ years of experience in information security, information warfare and intelligence collection to focus on the development of people, process, and technology within client organizations to assist in the consumption, use, and communication of cyber threat intelligence. Prior to ThreatQuotient, Jonathan was a Co-Founder and VP of Threat Intelligence Services for iSIGHT Partners, worked with the military and intelligence community, and served in the U.S. Air Force.
Gregg has over 18 years of expertise in cybersecurity and risk management programs most recently in managing MasterCard's Intelligence and Public/Private Partnership program for cyber and physical threats. In his previous roles, he has led cyber security, network operations and debit functions. Greg has served as officer and director for the board of the FS-ISAC and is currently the Chief Information Risk Officer for the FS-ISAC.
NC4 delivers safety and security solutions for both business and government organizations. We revolutionize how organizations and communities collect, manage, share and disseminate information to reduce cyber threats, fight crime, mitigate risks, and manage incidents. NC4 also provides cyber threat sharing solutions both through secure collaboration services and recently (via Soltra Edge), through automated, structured, and standardized (STIX/TAXII) mechanisms.
NC4 solutions are used by private sector companies involved in financial services, high-tech, insurance, manufacturing, aerospace and defense, oil and gas, pharmaceuticals and healthcare, as well as other industries. In the public sector, NC4 solutions are used by federal, state and local agencies in homeland security, emergency management and law enforcement disciplines.
NC4 takes a comprehensive and integrated approach to safety and security by providing: cyber threat exchanges that drive the development of a sharing culture and circles of trust; global security and travel intelligence, analysis, traveler tracking, and relevant real time threat alerting to mitigate enterprise risks and a common operating picture for fighting crime and managing emergencies.
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