Cyber Crime

 

Education Level: Intermediate

4319 - An Introduction to Graph Theory for Security People Who Can’t 'Math Good'

Monday, September 25
3:15 PM - 4:15 PM

This session aims to gently introduce graph theory and the applied use of graphs for people who, like the speaker, consider themselves lacking the often perceived advanced math, science and computer programming knowledge needed to harness their power. The applied use of graphs will be discussed to help attendees track security threats, build attacker profiles and better understand organizational risk based on introducing new tools, processes or legal requirements.

Attendees may not leave with a Ph.D., but they’ll certainly walk away with a firmer understanding of graph theory and how to construct, deploy and maintain graphs for security and compliance initiatives within their organization.

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Andrew Hay

CTO
LEO Cyber Security

Andrew Hay is the CTO at LEO Cyber Security, where he advocates for the total information security needs of customers. Prior to that, Andrew was the CISO at DataGravity, the Director of Research at OpenDNS (acquired by Cisco), and the Director of Applied Security Research and Chief Evangelist at CloudPassage, Inc.

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