In light of the 2020 HIMSS Global Health Conference & Exhibition being cancelled, CrowdStrike wanted to bring you our Cybersecurity Command Center presentation to you virtually!
2019 proved to be another challenging year of increased threats from ransomware and IP theft, to denial of service attacks across an ever-expanding attack surface of cloud computing, medical devices, and the Internet of Things. But, 2019 was also the year of more effective technologies and techniques that dramatically helped defenders be more effective with less tools.
Join Curt Aubley, CrowdStrike’s senior director of public sector and healthcare strategy and solutions, for a virtual session to examine:
- 2020 threat trends and beyond;
- Emerging best practices, such as the “1-10-60” operational cybersecurity metrics;
- Standards across HiTrust, NIST CSF, other industry, and the new CMMC security framework;
- And much more!
Vice President, Solution Architecture & Integration, CrowdStrike
Curt Aubley is CrowdStrike’s executive leader for Public Sector & Healthcare Strategy & Solutions and was most recently CrowdStrike’s Vice President of World-Wide Alliance Solution Architecture. Curt works with CrowdStrike’s customers and partners to create joint innovative capabilities that address the unique challenges of our public-sector and healthcare customers security needs. Curt has worked in the cyber security industry leading security operations, R&D, system integration, and alliances. Previous to jointing CrowdStrike, Curt held executive positions with Intel Corporation, Lockheed Martin, and AT&T after being a US Army Signal Corps Officer completing his combat tours in Mogadishu, Somalia.
Curt is an accomplished public speaker and author that includes the following technical merits: CrowdStrike Certified Falcon Series (CCFX), Certified Information System Security Professional (CISSP), Certified / Qualified Ethical Hacker (CEH/QEH), Certified Information Security Manager (CISM), NSA INFOSEC Assessment & Evaluation Methodologies (IAM & IEM). Curt received his B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Northeastern University, Boston, MA and completed computer engineering graduate work while attending the Air Force Institute of Technology.
We hope you can join us!