Cyber Threat Intelligence: What it should mean to your business

This presentation will provide business Information Operations Leaders with critical insights on what types of information can be useful to help protect the organization from threats. What questions to ask in order to determine how your business may be targeted. How to use the information that is available to adjust your businesses cyber defense posture to help mitigate the threats you have identified. And finally, methods to determine if “all that information” is relevant to your organization in the first place.

Presenter: Jonathan Lanning, Assistant Professor at Friends University

Jonathan Lanning

Jonathan Lanning, Assistant Professor at Friends University is responsible for the Cyber Security program in the College of Graduate & Professional Studies. Jonathan provides program oversight and management for Master of Science in Cyber Security curriculum and courseware.  Highly skilled in Incident Response (GCIH), Cyber Threat Hunting (GCFA), Information / Computer & Network Security (GSEC), Government, Intelligence, Operational Planning, and Command & Control. Strong engineering professional with a Master of Science (M.S.) focused in Security Administration from Southwestern College.

Jonathan is also a Cyberspace Operations Officer with the Kansas Air National Guard. Jonathan previously served in our United States Air Force as a Defensive Cyberspace Operations Strategy Planner for the 624th Operations Center (AFCYBER), Chief of Operations Scheduling and Planning as well as a Flight Commander leading Intrusion Prevention and Response Flight and Mission Assurance Networks for the Air Force Computer Emergency Response Team (AFCERT).


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