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CrowdStrike to Participate in Eight Speaking Sessions at RSA 2015
Company executives and technical leaders will present practical use cases and thought-provoking discussions to drive forward innovative technical approaches and insights in endpoint protection
Irvine, CA – April 2, 2015 – CrowdStrike Inc., a leading provider of next-generation endpoint protection, threat intelligence, and services, will participate in eight speaking sessions at RSA 2015, the premier information security event of the year. CrowdStrike’s world-renowned team of experts will address the most pressing issues, trends, and approaches shaping the endpoint protection industry today.
“We are thrilled to have the opportunity to present our technical insights and thought leadership at the 2015 RSA Conference, an event that brings together the world’s leading information security experts,” said Dmitri Alperovitch, co-founder and chief technology officer of CrowdStrike. “Our sessions will highlight actionable strategies and new approaches to solving some of the toughest challenges the industry is facing – from driving innovative solutions to establishing the next-generation of diplomatic, regulatory, and technical best practices in cybersecurity.”
Monday, April 20th
RSA Conference eFraud Global Forum Adam Meyers, vice president of Intelligence, will speak on the subject of Lessons Learned After a Breach – The Intercontinental Hotel
12th Annual Executive Security Action Forum: Dmitri Alperovitch, co-founder and chief technology officer, will speak at the invitation-only event at 4:05 pm at The Intercontinental Hotel.
Tuesday April 21st
National Cyber Crisis – Live Exercise Scenario Dmitri Alperovitch will lead the first-ever live cyber crisis exercise on policy response held at RSA at 1:10 pm in the West Room 3009.
I’m in Control Here: Who’s in Charge of Cybersecurity? Shawn Henry, president of CrowdStrike Services and chief security officer, will participate in a panel to discuss the government’s role in cybersecurity at 2:20 pm in the West Room 2005.
Hacking Exposed: Beyond the Malware George Kurtz, co-founder and chief executive officer, and Dmitri Alperovitch will discuss the latest cutting-edge adversary techniques from recent intrusions at 4:40 pm in West Room 3014.
Wednesday, April 22nd
Attribution Debate – Is It Worth It? Dmitri Alperovitch will discuss the strategic and tactical business benefits of adversary attribution at 8:00 am in West Room 2005.
Cyber Battlefield: The Future of Conflict Dmitri Alperovitch will moderate a panel on the latest diplomatic cybersecurity initiatives, offensive strategies and legislation efforts at 9:10 am in the West Room 2006.
Thursday, April 23rd
Bug Hunting on the Dark Side Tillman Werner, manager of CrowdStrike’s Technical Analysis Cell, will participate in a session on the most hilarious bugs in malware and the consequences of simple bugs at 8:00 am in West Room 2002.
CrowdStrike™ is a leading provider of next-generation endpoint protection, threat intelligence, and services. CrowdStrike Falcon enables customers to prevent damage from targeted attacks, detect and attribute advanced malware and adversary activity in real time, and effortlessly search all endpoints, reducing overall incident response time.
CrowdStrike customers include some of the largest blue chip companies in the financial services, energy, oil & gas, telecommunications, retail, and technology sectors, along with some of the largest and most sophisticated government agencies worldwide.