ZeroFOX provides enterprises protection, intelligence and disruption to dismantle external threats to brands, people, assets and data across the public attack surface in one, comprehensive platform. With complete global coverage across the surface, deep and dark web and an Intel-backed artificial intelligence-based analysis engine, the ZeroFOX Platform identifies and remediates targeted phishing attacks, credential compromise, data exfiltration, brand hijacking, executive and location threats and more. The patented ZeroFOX Platform technology processes and protects millions of posts, messages and accounts daily across the social and digital landscape, spanning LinkedIn, Facebook, Slack, Instagram, Pastebin, YouTube, mobile app stores, domains, cloud-based email and more.
James Carnall joined ZeroFOX in October of 2020 with over 20 years’ experience in technology and security. Before joining ZeroFOX, James served as the General Manager of Cyveillance, a LookingGlass Cyber company and leading provider of threat intelligence solutions. In this role, James helped drive the Cyveillance business unit to greater efficiency and profitability and was on the leadership team that facilitated the company’s acquisition by ZeroFOX.
Before LookingGlass, James was Vice President of Cyber Intelligence in a division of QinetiQ. He successfully led a staff of more than 100 analysts, engineers and researchers delivering managed security services, 24×7 threat monitoring, and cyber investigations. James helped lead the business to its first three profitable years in a row.
James has been with Cyveillance since 2005 where he has held various leadership and management positions focused on brand protection and social media monitoring, cybersecurity, anti-phishing, and response services. James holds a Bachelor of Science in Information Security with a minor in Business Management from George Mason University.
Speech Topic & Synopses
In this conversation-style session, threat intelligence experts from ZeroFOX review the threats and implications that defined 2020, from supply chain attacks to double extortion ransomware. Leveraging what they’ve learned in the most unpredictable year for cybersecurity and beyond, they offer security practitioners predictions on the TTPs, attack vectors and threats they may encounter this year.