Thursday 3 October 14:00 - 14:30, Green room
Saher Naumaan (BAE Systems Applied Intelligence)
Irving Méreau (SWIFT)
Saher Naumaan is a threat intelligence analyst at BAE Systems Applied Intelligence. She currently researches state-sponsored cyber espionage with a focus on threat groups and activity in the Middle East. Saher specialises in analysis covering the intersection of geopolitics and cyber operations, and regularly speaks at public and private conferences around the world, including SAS, Virus Bulletin and Bsides. Prior to working at Applied Intelligence, Saher graduated from King’s College London with a Master’s degree in intelligence and security, where she received the Barrie Paskins Award for Best M.A. dissertation in war studies.
Irving joined SWIFT in 2007 and has held various positions within IT. Irving has been Head of Customer Security Intelligence at SWIFT since January 2018. As Head of Customer Security Intelligence, Irving is responsible for the forensic investigation and analysis of malware identified on compromised customer systems. The result of these investigations, combined with the analysis of threat intelligence specifically related to SWIFT customers, is used to inform SWIFT's customers on how they can better protect their local SWIFT infrastructure against cyber-attacks.
Haroon Meer (Thinkst)
Adrian Sanabria (Thinkst)
Speaker TBA (TBA)
TBA (National Cyber Security Centre, UK)