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Recent Developments in the Threat Landscape

Evolve Security invites you to join Patrik Maldre, Principal Intelligence Analyst at CyberCube, for a meet-up that will dive into the trends, motivations, and tactics behind the cyber threat activity that we see in the news on a daily basis.

date
Wednesday, April 24, 2019
time
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM (Central Standard Time)
venue
1871 2.03 Classroom
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The cyber threat landscape is continuing to evolve. Shifting political developments are influencing the cyber operations of nation-states, while changing market conditions and new monetization strategies are altering the cyber criminal ecosystem. Hacktivists are working hard to stay relevant, while insider threats continue to keep network defenders, executives, and even policy-makers on edge. Evolve Security invites you to join Patrik Maldre, Principal Intelligence Analyst at CyberCube, for a meet-up that will dive into the trends, motivations, and tactics behind the cyber threat activity that we see in the news on a daily basis. Together, we'll attempt to make sense of the constant flow of security information in a way that enables us all to have a more cohesive and nuanced view of threats present in our digital environment.

Speaker Information:

Patrik Maldre is currently Principal Intelligence Analyst at CyberCube, where he focuses on integrating threat intelligence into the company's cyber risk modeling products. He is also a proud graduate of Evolve Security Academy and has been teaching its threat intelligence module to all incoming cohorts since early 2018. Previously, Patrik has worked as a cyber intelligence analyst at FireEye and as diplomat focused on cyber policy at the Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. He completed military service in the Estonian Defence Forces as a sergeant and squad leader, and still serves voluntarily in the Estonian Defence League Cyber Defence Unit. Patrik has studied philosophy, political science, international relations, cyber security, cyber intelligence, and penetration testing.

Recent Developments in the Threat Landscape
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