In-person Event

2024 Dataminr Reverse Industry Day

date Jul 25, 10:30AM - Jul 25, 1:30PM EDT
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Beacon Global Strategies, 800 17th St NW, Washington, DC 20006

Many organizations have invested heavily into monitoring and detecting known threats and anomalous activity inside their network. What they lack is an effective way to proactively adjust security posture to meet the next threat before it hits their systems. There is a vast amount of publicly available information across the surface, deep and dark web about threat actor activity. This information, if correctly prioritized and channeled, can help prevent vulnerabilities in your infrastructure from being exploited.

Join the Dataminr team and thought leaders from the commercial and public sector for a discussion on how organization’s can harness public data and how this information can be operationalized to change the way organization’s proactively identify threats before they become a problem.

This invite-only, Chatham House rules event will enable government agencies to participate in an open dialogue, and develop best practices to support their agency’s cyber security-related mission by connecting big data and publicly available information. 

Use the form to reserve your space—and join your peers after the discussion for a lunch networking reception.

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