BlueCat Peer Dinner Series

The Race to Remediation

How to survive and thrive after a breach with the help of DNS data.
Join your peers for this invite-only dinner conversation
October 2, 2018 · Toronto

Secure Your Spot

RSVP by 5PM EDT on September 28th to rsvp@bluecatnetworks.com.

When a breach happens, every moment counts. Each passing hour increases the risk, costs and fallout for your organization. Even with an arsenal of cybersecurity tools, you can still be left wondering where to begin the cleanup.

Join your cybersecurity peers over dinner and drinks for this intimate discussion on surviving a breach. Special guest Stephen Frank is a cybersecurity expert in the professional sports industry, and he will share his personal account of how a client came under sudden attack by an extremely sophisticated strain of malware known as TrickBot, including:

  • The attack injection point, discovery and critical first hours of the breach.
  • No cybersecurity ‘silver bullet’: how multiple tools and techniques proved to be the solution.
  • How DNS provided network visibility and control in the right places to uncover and recover.  
  • The aftermath: how this organization improved its defense posture as a result.  

Preparation and strategy is one thing, putting them into practice is another. Learn what worked and what didn’t live up to its promise. Good conversations, real experiences and real results.  

Event Details

Date & Time

Tuesday, October 2, 2018
6:30PM – 9:00PM EDT

Venue

“Above e11even” at e11even Restaurant
15 York Street, Toronto, ON M5J 0A3

Agenda

6:30PM   Registration and Networking Reception
7:00PM   Stephen Frank’s story
7:30PM   Dinner
8:30PM   Dessert Reception

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to rsvp@bluecatnetworks.com.

Guest Speaker

Stephen Frank
Director, Technology & Security, NHLPA

Stephen Frank has been an integral part of the NHLPA’s IT organization for over 16 years and is now serving as its Director of Technology and Security. Stephen oversees the team that manages both the infrastructure and development that supports the NHLPA players. One of Stephen’s main objectives, in terms of security, is to protect the player’s sensitive data.