Join us in New York City on May 2.
Join us in New York City on May 2.

Dax Streater, the manager of cybersecurity operations for the Lower Colorado River Authority (LCRA), will be participating in a panel entitled the “How-To's of Information Sharing” at RiskSec NY on May 2.

The day-long event, to be held at Convene in midtown Manhattan, is SC Media's new threat intelligence and risk management gathering for cybersecurity industry leaders.

Streater will be discussing the differences between information and intelligence, sources for each, and pros and cons of utilizing them in cybersecurity. 

The morning session will focus on specific recommendations on how to successfully share threat intelligence, ways to forge beneficial relationships with participating industry bodies, and key partnerships cybersecurity pros should have in place that can be helpful to you and your organization.

"I'll also provide insight into implementing our internal intel program in partnership with the law enforcement  branch of the Lower Colorado River Authority," he says.

Streater is a seasoned cybersecurity professional. He manages operations of the LCRA's technical security systems. That involves overseeing security engineering services and network and endpoint technical security controls for internal and perimeter systems. He also provides threat monitoring and response for all of the enterprise's systems, and he evaluates and proposes technical solutions that ensure the confidentiality, integrity and availability of information. As well, Streater manages day-to-day activities for a team of security engineers and security analysts in a Cybersecurity Operations Center.

"I'll discuss some of the more specific cybersecurity challenges experienced in the electric sector and how information sharing can help to address them," says Streater (left).

Streater has been a keynote speaker at two virtual conferences hosted by SC Media. "I've had positive experiences with both," he says.

RiskSec NY comprises interactive learning sessions, keynote and panel discussions, and an expo hall. The conference and expo was created to immerse attendees in highly personalized interactive exercises and discussions with senior thought-leaders in the cybersecurity industry.

At RiskSec NY. attendees will be gathering in a modern venue with state of the art audio-visual capabilities and superior meeting rooms conducive to learning and collaborating. The event offers unprecedented networking opportunities with industry headliners and insiders at our breakfast and luncheon receptions, and a unique opportunity to be part of the solutions to today's most pressing issues in cybersecurity. As well, attendees can earn up to 9 CPEs at RiskSec NY.

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"I'll discuss some of the more specific cybersecurity challenges experienced in the electric sector and how information sharing can help to address them."

– Dax Streater, manager of
cybersecurity operations, LCRA

Come hear Dax Streater at RiskSec NY on May 2. ‍

Donald Freese, former director of the National Cyber Investigative Joint Task Force, recently promoted to the FBI's Information Technology Branch, Enterprise Services and Risk Management, will be keynoting. Vicky Ames, director of information security at Marriott International, and Daniel Hoffman, former intelligence officer, will lead a session on "The Trump Effect on Information Security."

Among the other cybersecurity experts lined up to present are: Aetna's Brian Heemsoth, Flashpoint's Lance James, Crumpton Group's Rick Doten, The World Bank's Sandra Sargent, and Oppenheimer CISO Henry Jiang.

Please visit our site to register. A full conference pass is $375, but for a limited time we invite you to sign up with a special Flash Sale Code of $199. Type "FEATURE" into the DISCOUNT CODE field for a savings of nearly $200.

This is the first in a series of articles promoting RiskSec NY, SC Media's new threat intelligence and risk management gathering for cybersecurity industry leaders.