Security teams are overwhelmed and understaffed, making the quest for more efficient security operations more urgent than ever. The staffing shortage, alert fatigue, and the amount of manual processes involved in investigating threats hinder security teams and solutions to InfoSec inefficiencies are badly needed.

Join us on October 13th to hear from-the-field tips on how to create world-class efficiencies, including:

  • Ways to find efficiencies within your tech stack
  • Tips on how to recruit and manage a successful team
  • Practical tips any team can take to reduce event burden
  • How the Cybereason Defense Platform can create a 10x boost in efficiencies

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Meet The speakers



Sr. Product Marketing Manager, Cybereason

JJ Cranford is part of Cybereason's Product team primarily responsible for the go-to market strategy of the Cybereason platform of products for endpoint protection, detection and response. Prior to joining Cybereason, JJ spent nearly a decade at Guidance Software (later OpenText by acquisition), where he was responsible for the EnCase suite of products for endpoint security, DFIR and forensic investigations. JJ provides insight and expertise into market trends, industry challenges and solutions in the areas of ransomware protection, incident response, endpoint security, and risk management.



Director of Technical Services & Security, Watco Companies

Gregg is the Director of Technical Services and Security at Watco Companies. He is responsible for the security and network operations teams at Watco. He has 37yrs of IT experience working for such companies as Diebold, JB Hunt, Transplace, BNSF Logistics, and now Watco Companies. Two years ago Watco started our security operations team and under Gregg’s leadership Watco now has a cyber resilient strategy focused program that emphasizes quick detection and response to threats and multi-layered and tested recovery solutions. He is also key in using open source tools alongside proven commercial products to enable cost effective solutions that enable our program to advance more quickly compared to other programs. Gregg has also worked with the University of Arkansas on National Science Foundation funded research into new authentication and hashing techniques.