Martin G. Nystrom is a senior manager for the Computer Security Incident Response Team (CSIRT) team at Cisco Systems.
Martin manages global architecture for Cisco's CSIRT. His team develops creative solutions for detecting and investigating security incidents across Cisco's corporate network, hosted solutions, and new ventures. As part of his role, Martin provides guidance for incident response and security initiatives, both to Cisco staff and executive customers.
Commands advanced experiential knowledge of security threats and response
Leads architecture and delivery of strategic security initiatives
Envisions, articulates, and executes strategic opportunities for CSIRT and InfoSec
Coaches and grows critical CSIRT capabilities (investigations, analysis, architecture)
Relates experiential knowledge in books, papers, and Cisco and customer executive briefings.
Webcast: Security Monitoring July 15, 2009
How well does your enterprise stand up against today's sophisticated security threats? In this webcast, security experts from Cisco Systems demonstrate how to detect damaging security incidents on your global network--first by teaching you which assets...
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