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MDR & Self Sabotage, Detection Difficulty – Jason Lassourreille, Chris Sanders – ESW #331

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1. MDR and Self Sabotage – Jason Lassourreille – ESW #331

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Sophos

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Jason Lassourreille
Jason Lassourreille
Senior Engineer at Sophos

Jason has been in the technology industry for 15 years and at Sophos for about 5 years. In his current role he is a technical resource for new and existing clients and helps ensure client success.

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Adrian Sanabria
Adrian Sanabria
Principal Researcher at The Defenders Initiative
Guillaume Ross
Guillaume Ross
Deputy CISO at JupiterOne

2. Detection Difficulty – Why are we still missing attackers? – Chris Sanders – ESW #331

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Chris Sanders
Chris Sanders
Founder at Applied Network Defense & Rural Technology Fund

Chris Sanders is an information security instructor, author, and researcher focused on the intersection of cyber security, education, and cognitive psychology where he studies security analyst cognition and performance. He is the founder of Applied Network Defense, a cyber security training company, and Executive Director of the Rural Technology Fund, a non-profit that provides technology education resources to rural public schools and libraries. In previous roles, Chris worked with the US Department of Defense, InGuardians, and Mandiant. He is the author of several information security books, including Intrusion Detection Honeypots, Applied Network Security Monitoring, and Practical Packet Analysis. Chris received his doctorate in education from Baylor University.

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Adrian Sanabria
Adrian Sanabria
Principal Researcher at The Defenders Initiative

3. Breaches, detecting deepfakes, cloning yourself, and cars are a privacy nightmare! – ESW #331

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Adrian Sanabria
Adrian Sanabria
Principal Researcher at The Defenders Initiative
Guillaume Ross
Guillaume Ross
Deputy CISO at JupiterOne
Katie Teitler-Santullo
Katie Teitler-Santullo
Senior Security Strategist at Axonius