Reston, Virginia – September 14, 2017 – ThreatQuotient™, a trusted threat intelligence platform innovator, today announced that Chris Jacob, Global Director of Threat Intelligence Engineers, will speak at Phantom’s inaugural Security Orchestration ConferenceTM (Phantom SOC). The sold-out event, to be held Sept. 21-22, 2017, will bring together active members of the Phantom Community including users, partners, and developers to showcase their technical and operations skills with hands-on workshops and collaborative sessions focused exclusively on security automation and orchestration.
ThreatQuotient is also a sponsor for the conference, and will host the attendee dinner on Day 1 at 6pm. For more information regarding the event, please visit: http://go.phantom.us/Phantom-User-Conference.
When: Thursday, September 21, 2017 at 4:45pm ET
Where: National Union Building, Washington D.C.
What: Increasing the “IQ” of your Orchestration Efforts using ThreatQ to Power Decisions in Phantom
During this presentation, Chris Jacob will dive into the emergence of automation and orchestration tools in the security space and how they have helped enhance security analysts and incident response workflows. In addition, Jacob will present ThreatQuotient’s partnership program with Phantom, a seamless integration of ThreatQ into existing Phantom Playbooks, to make security operations more effective and efficient. With ThreatQ, organizations can make more granular and selective blocking decisions based on context-specific, curated data.
Who: Chris Jacob, Global Director of Threat Intelligence Engineers, ThreatQuotient
Chris Jacob got his first taste of technology while serving as an Information Systems Coordinator in the United States Marine Corps. After leaving the service in 1996, Chris held roles ranging from systems administration, to solutions development, to architecture design before settling into Information Security in 2004. Chris specializes in bootstrapping and evolving solutions teams, and has found success at companies such as Sourcefire, General Dynamics, and ThreatQuotient.