Incident response teams need technical skills from security experts who can analyze and contain cyberthreats. They also demand strategic and communications skills from employees who aren’t as tech-savvy but equally essential to getting the business back up and running.

“When you think about incident response and the parties involved…those who truly speak cybersecurity, really and truly speak cybersecurity, are in the minority,” said Matt Barrett, CyberESI’s chief operating officer, during a panel discussion at the Incident Response and

Recovery: Reducing Uncertainty and Looking Beyond IT event hosted today by the National Cybersecurity Alliance (NCSA) and NASDAQ in New York City.

Read more here

Ross is the Security Practice Manager here at Symplexity. His sixteen-year career in the computer network security industry as both an engineer and a consultant gives him the experience in qualitative risk assessment, security policy development, and security architecture design, implementation, and monitoring. He works effectively with both technical and managerial personnel across a wide variety of verticals to be their trusted resource.

Ready to take your technology to the next level?

Contact Us Now