A Live Virtual Event

June 30, 2021 ❙ 1:00 PM – 1:30 PM ET

Fireside Chat With ThreatConnect CEO Adam Vincent

Join ThreatConnect for a one-on-one interview with Co-Founder and CEO Adam Vincent that will explore the state of cybersecurity in today’s rapidly-changing world, our vision for improving cybersecurity outcomes, and our commitment to reducing complexity, making decision making easier and breaking down silos for every stakeholder in the security organization.

Adam will provide a first-hand look at ThreatConnect’s Risk—Threat—Response approach to tackling the most pressing challenges facing cybersecurity leaders and will share his vision for helping CISOs, SOC Teams, Threat Analysts, and Incident Responders become more effective in their mission to reduce risk and protect their organizations from harm.

Adam Vincent ThreatConnect CEO

Speakers

Special Guest Adam Vincent
CEO, ThreatConnect

Adam Vincent is the Co-Founder and CEO of ThreatConnect Inc. He has 20 years of experience in the security and technology industry as a practitioner, entrepreneur, and business leader.

Since co-founding ThreatConnect in 2011, Adam has led the company through significant periods of growth. Under Adam’s leadership, ThreatConnect has been named to Inc. Magazine’s annual list of the nation’s fastest-growing companies three years in a row with nearly a 200% growth rate in 2020. The company also won the Cybersecurity Excellence Award for the best Security Orchestration, Automation, and Response (SOAR) Platform.

ThreatConnect has also been recognized as a 2021 Top Workplace by the Washington Post.

In 2020, Ernst & Young LLP named Adam as a finalist for its Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2020 Mid-Atlantic Award program, one of the preeminent competitive award programs for entrepreneurs and leaders of high-growth companies.

ThreatConnect, Dan Verton

Dan Verton (Moderator)
Director of Content Marketing, ThreatConnect

Dan Verton is ThreatConnect’s Director of Content Marketing. Dan is an award-winning journalist and a former intelligence officer in the U.S. Marine Corps. He has authored several books on cybersecurity, including the 2003 groundbreaking work, Black Ice: The Invisible Threat of Cyber-Terrorism (McGraw-Hill) and The Hacker Diaries: Confessions of Teenage Hackers (McGraw-Hill).

Dan has a Master of Arts in Journalism from American University in Washington, D.C. He’s written for the oldest and most influential technology trade magazines in the industry and is the 2003 first place recipient of the Jesse H. Neal National Business Journalism Award for Best News Reporting – the nation’s highest award for tech trade journalism.