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Deep Dive into Symantec Threat Report: Exclusive CSO Roundtable Webinar

Webinar | 28 July 2014 11:00 a.m. EST

Symantec will provide an overview of the cyber threat environment over the past year, on issues ranging from data breaches to ransomware to the “Internet of Things.”  The presentation will include some real-world examples of successful attacks Symantec has recently seen, as well as a discussion of cybercriminals’ changing TTPs (tactics, techniques, and procedures).  Finally, Symantec will discuss how and why cyber criminals are evolving their attacks, and what they expect to see in the near future.

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Jeff Greene
Senior Policy Counsel, Cybersecurity and
 Jeff Greene serves as the Director of Government Affairs for North America and Senior Policy Counsel at Symantec, where he focuses on issues including cybersecurity, identity management, and privacy.   In this role, he monitors executive and legislative branch activity, and works extensively with industry and government organizations.  Prior to joining Symantec, Jeff was Senior Counsel with the U.S. Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, where he focused on cybersecurity and Homeland Defense issues.  He has also worked in the House of Representatives, where he was a subcommittee staff director on the House Committee on Homeland Security.  His first job on the Hill was as counsel to the Senate’s 2005-06 Special Investigation into Hurricane Katrina.  Before that he was an attorney with a Washington, D.C. law firm, where his practice focused on government contracts and contract fraud, as well as general civil and criminal investigations. 

Jeff is currently the staff co-chair of the “Internet of Things” research subcommittee of the President's National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee.  He is a Senior Advisor at the Truman National Security Project, where he is on the Steering Committee for the Cyberspace and Security Program.  He also serves as co-chair of the Homeland Security Committee of the American Bar Association’s Section of Science & Technology Law and is on the Executive Committee of the Information Technology Sector Coordinating Council.  He speaks often on cybersecurity, the “Internet of Things,” data breach, and privacy issues.  He has a B.A. in International Relations from Boston University and a J.D. with Honor from the University of Maryland, where he has taught classes in Homeland Security law and policy.