Raed Albuliwi

Vice President


Mr. Raed Albuliwi, CISSP is Vice President of ANRC, a fast growing market leader in computer security training and consulting. He brings more than 15 years of professional experience in the field of Computer Security, including expertise in Intrusion Analysis, Malware Analysis, Vulnerability and Exploitation Analysis, and Security Research.

Before joining ANRC, Mr. Albuliwi was a Lead Associate at Booz Allen Hamilton where he supported multiple public and private sector clients by providing tailored security solutions to enable business continuity, IT security and operations support for enterprise networks. Mr. Albuliwi has also consulted for multiple U.S. government agencies under the Department of Defense (DoD), U.S. Cyber Command (USCYBERCOM), and a Fortune 50 company. Mr. Albuliwi holds B.S. and M.S. degrees in Computer Science from New York Polytechnic University (NYU Poly).

Speech Topic & Synopses
Top Strategies for Detecting and Combating Advanced Persistent Threats

Advanced persistent threats (APTs) represent the most demanding computer security challenges any organization must endure. Experienced computer exploitation adversaries use a multitude of attacks in their arsenal to successfully penetrate the most heavily armored and secured networks in order to steal valuable company intellectual capital and even government secrets. How do you know if your organization is the target of an APT? If it is, how can you properly categorize and combat this threat while maintaining continuity of operations? APTs are the pinnacle of computer threats and preparing for them is just as important as identifying that you have become a target. We’ll go over steps your organization can take to prepare and defend against APTs and provide you with knowledge you need to become a hardened target.