ME-ISAC March 29 Discussion to Tackle Russo-Ukraine War

Chris Krebs, the first director of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, and Alex Stamos, founder and director of the Stanford Internet Observatory, on March 29 will take part in a discussion around the ongoing Russo-Ukraine War, as part of a presentation by the Media & Entertainment Information Sharing Analysis Center (ME-ISAC).

The 3 p.m. PT online event, held via the MESAverse platform and Zoom, will offer background and context of how the war got to where its at, how the conflict has progressed, and the impacts of the sanctions, cyber operations, and military operations may have on media and entertainment businesses.

Krebs brings a long career as a cyber-policy expert in the private and public sector to the discussion and has unprecedented experience building coalitions to deal with critical security challenges. Stamos has led the security teams at Facebook and Yahoo as they confronted some of the world’s most challenging threat actors and has helped dozens of companies build strong security foundations.

ME-ISAC provides stakeholders with intelligence on incidents, threats, risks, vulnerabilities, and associated remediations in the form of alerts, threat intelligence feeds, newsletters, forums, training and more.

To learn more about ME-ISAC, click here. To sign up for the March 29 event, click here.