Stephen Moore has been vice president and chief security strategist of Exabeam, Inc. since August 2017, and is also the host of The New CISO podcast.
Moore has more than 15 years of experience in information security, intrusion analysis, threat intelligence, security architecture and web infrastructure design. Prior to joining Exabeam, Mr. Moore spent more than seven years at Anthem, in a variety of cybersecurity practitioner and leadership roles. He was the architect of the new 6,000 square-foot Anthem Cyber Security Operations Center in Indianapolis. Prior to joining Anthem in 2009, he served in a variety of roles at Sallie Mae (now known as Navient and Sallie Mae Bank) within the Web Infrastructure, Program Management and Information Security organizations.
He served as staff vice president of Cyber Security Analytics at Anthem, Inc. and played a leading role in the response and remediation of the data breach announced in 2015. He has deep experience working with legal, privacy and audit staff to improve cybersecurity and demonstrate greater organizational relevance.
Moore has been a Member of the Advisory Board at SecureAuth Corporation since July 2017.
Failed Response: Breach response for leadership
A botched response to a breach is worse than the breach itself. Figuring it out on the fly isn’t advisable, so to whom should you turn as a guide? How do you lead through something that you’ve never yourself done? For this in leadership, breach response is both part art and science. It’s the translation of atomic indicators to board members and while explaining the sins of the past to external auditors and lawyers – and you can’t afford to get it wrong without disastrous and expensive outcomes. Equal parts leadership and grit, learn from past mistakes, and firsthand experiences from someone who has done it and helped others do it. Hear from Stephen Moore, a guy forced to figure it out on the fly during one of the most significant breaches ever.