Mr. Schwartz has advised a number of early stage security companies, and served on the Executive Committee for the Banking Information Technology Secretariat (BITS).
Mr. Schwartz has a B.I.S. in Information Security Management and an M.S. in Information Technology Management from the George Mason University School of Management.
Speech Topic & Synopses
Timely detection of targeted and zero-day malware is a challenging but critical task for many organizations’ incident response teams.
Some companies have adopted a four-dimension approach for automated, concurrent analysis of all file objects crossing the wire, thereby increasing the frequency of targeted and zero-day malware detection and lowering the risks associated with long term compromise.