Working Securely in a Remote World

Recorded On: 10/20/2021

This on-demand webinar is available for 14 days after purchase. 

Working Securely in a Remote World, will include easy and common precautions employees and companies alike can take to ensure their information remains secure. Her stories and insights on how small changes in security could help avoid security incidents that expose your information.

About the Speaker

Trisha Dixon, Vice President, Cybersecurity Services, Atlantic Data Forensics

Trish DixonTrisha Dixon has more than 26 years of experience in security, cyber operations, threat intelligence and leadership. She is responsible for expanding the services such as incident response and business continuity training offered by Atlantic Data Forensics, a specialized services company that provides digital forensics, e-discovery, expert witness and cybercrime services to corporate and government clients. Prior, Trisha served as vice present of the cyber operations center at IronNet Cybersecurity Inc. in Fulton, MD. She designed and built out a robust security operations center with teams dedicated to conducting fusion of threat intelligence, implementation of mitigation efforts and analysis of cyber events across company and client networks. Her team provided oversight of the company’s critical infrastructure and implemented security controls and policies, which led to certifications in ISO27001/SOC2, GDPR and FedRAMP. She structured a services aspect to security operations, which provided customer training and threat hunting across their networks. Trisha retired from the U.S. Navy as a Chief Warrant Officer 3. With more than 21 years as a cryptologist, she served as a technical advisor, senior signals and collection analyst, acquisition specialist, policy review and oversight specialist, and manager of interactive cyber operations within a distributed operations network worldwide.

 

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