1:00 PM ET / 12:00 PM CT / 10:00 AM PT
Like many organizations over the last 15 years, the United States Navy had to build a world-class cybersecurity team to defend against an ever-increasing number of adversaries and sophisticated attack methodologies. Unlike most organizations, the U.S. Navy had to immediately deal with a distributed and dynamic organizational environment - one that required a different approach to the common centralized SOC structure - that is, until the COVID-19 pandemic hit and forced organizations of all types to shift to remote work.
The lessons learned by Vice Admiral Tighe relating to the work-from-home environment and the cyber skills shortages that all companies are struggling with today are priceless. In this interview between RangeForce CRO and President Gordon Lawson and Vice Admiral Jan Tighe, Jan will share her experiences, lessons learned and best practices from her time as Commander U.S. Navy Fleet Cyber. These include the risks and threats faced by the U.S. military during her tenure, best practices for defending against targeted attacks in a distributed and dynamic environment, and how to implement a successful training program across your organization.
Jan Tighe most recently served as the Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for Information Warfare, U.S. Navy Chief Information Officer, and Director of Cybersecurity. VADM Tighe currently serves on the Board of Directors for Goldman Sachs, the Huntsman Corporation, Progressive Insurance, and IronNet Cybersecurity.
Previously, Gordon served as the SVP of Global Sales for Reversing Labs where he built the global sales organization. He has 18 years of experience in the security sector with a focus on SaaS optimization and global enterprise business development. As a naval officer, Gordon conducted operational deployments to the Arabian Gulf and Horn of Africa as well as assignments with the Defense Intelligence Agency, U.S. Marine Corps, and Special Operations Command. He is a graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy and holds an MBA from George Washington University.
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