How to Respond to a Large scale CyverSecurity Incidemt

How to Respond to a Large scale CyverSecurity Incidemt

Responding to a Large-Scale Cybersecurity Incident

Author(s): Christian Roylo (CERT)
Publish Date: August 06, 2013
Publisher: Software Engineering Institute
Type: Webinar
Topics: Cybersecurity Engineering, Digital Intelligence and Investigation, Security and Survivability
Description: In this 2013 webinar, Christian Roylo discusses the role of technology in responding to large-scale cyber incidents.
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Abstract
Watch Christian Roylo discuss “Responding to a Large Scale Cybersecurity Incidents” from the virtual event, A Discussion with CERT Experts: Constructing a Secure Cyber Future.
About the Speaker
Christian Roylo has 17 years of investigative and law enforcement experience, 8 of them in the field of digital forensics and investigations. He previously worked as the Director of Cyber Forensic Investigations at Barclays, a Special Agent with the U.S. Secret Service, and a Metropolitan Police Officer with the Honolulu Police Department.
His current work at DIID remains pivotal in the investigation of high profile cyber criminal organizations by the FBI, U.S. Secret Service, and the U.S. Postal Inspection service. This includes the continual operational support and response as well as spearheading the creation and development of specialized methodologies and platforms. This includes MCARTA, DIID’s Malicious Code Automated Run Time Analysis environment and specialized malware analysis methodologies and training for DIID’s US Government Sponsors.
His current certifications are CISSP, GIAC GREM, and ACE. He has held a past EnCE certification.
About the Speaker
Christian Roylo (CERT)

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