IP EXPO Europe 2017 | BAE Systems | Cyber Security & Intelligence

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IP EXPO Europe 2017

October 4 - 5, 2017
IP EXPO Europe 2017
October 4 - 5, 2017 2017-10-04T06:34:14+02:00 2017-10-05T06:34:20+02:00
London, United Kingdom Royal Victoria Dock,1 Western Gateway,London,E16 1XL,United Kingdom
BAE Systems Applied Intelligence is proud to be an exhibitor and sponsor of the keynote theatre at IP Expo 2017 where we will meet with customer and industry experts. Visit our stand AA26 during the event and find out how BAE Systems can help protect your organisation. 

We help nations, governments and businesses around the world defend themselves against cybercrime, reduce their risk in the connected world, comply with regulation, and transform their operations. 

We do this using our unique set of solutions, systems, experience and processes - often collecting and analysing huge volumes of data. These, combined with our Cyber Special forces - some of the most skilled people in the world, enable us to defend against cyber-attacks, fraud and financial crime, enable intelligence-led policing and solve complex data problems.
You can also hear from some of our business defence experts during the show:
'Cyber Threat Intelligence: The truth behind threat hunting
Mary Haigh, Product Director at BAE Systems
Wednesday 4th October, 13.00-13.30
Threat hunting is a term being generously used in connection with a whole host of cyber security products to increase their market appeal. It involves a security analyst sorting through threat intelligence and other data and using their knowledge, building a hypothesis about potential threats to the resource they’re protecting.

But raising a generic security alert is not the same as operating a significant threat hunting tool. In this talk, Mary Haigh, Product Director at BAE Systems Applied Intelligence will uncover the truths behind true threat hunting and how it’s more than just threats and anomalies.