Chapter Meeting: Leverage the Right Technology & People to Build the Best IR Team, March 11th

When: Thursday, March 11th, 2021 from 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM – Networking opens at 11:10 AM, presentation begins at 11:30 AM. A link to the online event will be provided before the event begins.

Registration: Free for ISSA members (you do not have to be a Portland Chapter member), $10 for non-members.

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Event Description:

With the massive network breaches we have seen lately Incident Response is more important than ever. With the shortage of capable cybersecurity talent incident response teams are facing overload and diminishing effectiveness.

This presentation will speak to methods that address this dilemma leveraging technology and human assets working together to meet the rising level of demands on cybersecurity teams.

Speaker Bio:

BRETT L. SCOTT – Director, Security Enablement and Training, Tech Data

Brett serves as the director of Security Enablement and Training, Americas for Tech Data. In this role, he is responsible for accelerating the security expertise of their partners and building security solutions for the Tech Data partner ecosystem to deliver to their customers.

Brett’s current project is the Tech Data Cyber Range (TDCR). A multi-million-dollar effort, the TDCR is part of Tech Data’s next-generation distributor strategy. Brett is the co-founder of the National Cyber Warfare Foundation (NCWF), a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization leading the country in teaching hands-on cybersecurity skills in a real-world environment. The primary purpose of the NCWF and the Tech Data Cyber Range is to develop real competence in cybersecurity.

Brett’s career began professionally in 1987 and he remains hands-on, but he also has many years of experience leading technical teams. During his career, he has worked in many different industries and has a great deal of in-depth knowledge on cybersecurity issues facing companies today.

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