Understanding, anticipating, and identifying the wide array of evolving threats facing organizations today requires well-developed skills, experience, and analytical prowess. Current Incident Response programs can integrate Red team exercises to simulate an adversary’s mindset and tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs) to mature processes, validate system protections and enhance the skills of staff. We will be discussing the use of adaptive red team exercises to create a cycle of rapid improvement in both detection and response within today’s Blue Team programs.

Chris is Senior Group Manager of the Cyber Security Incident Response Team at Target. In his role, Chris has responsibility for investigation and response to cyber security events across the Target enterprise. In addition, founded the annual cyber security conference GrrCON. Chris was also an Adjunct Professor at Davenport University, teaching graduate and undergraduate Information Security courses Chris has earned a Master’s degree Information Assurance, a Bachelor’s degree in Network Security, a Bachelor’s degree in Computer networking, and is currently finishing his MBA in Strategic Management from Davenport University. Chris has also achieved a myriad of industry certifications. Chris is a national speaker on information security topics and has been featured by multiple television, radio, internet and print organizations.

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