Webinar: Secure and Manage Millions of Endpoints in Seconds

Recorded on Thursday, June 2, 2016

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Tanium & Fedscoop Webinar: Secure and Manage Millions of Endpoints in Seconds

Real-time identification of your network endpoints has become an essential capability in discovering vulnerabilities and ensuring network security, but a recent survey of executives from more than 1,500 leading global organizations found that 98% of respondents indicated their organization was unable to track all devices and users on their network. Of those respondents, only 10% stated that they were regularly updated with information about the types of cybersecurity threats facing their organizations. This is a problem since organizations can only protect what they can manage, and they can only manage what they know. Organizations need a new generation of technology that gives visibility and control enabling both improved cyber hygiene, as well as improved hunting of intruders.

Find out how federal agencies can have instant visibility and control over all of their enterprise with unprecedented speed and scale.

You’ll learn ways to:

  • Identify all endpoint connections to the network within seconds
  • Simultaneously scan an agency’s entire enterprise in real-time for the presence of Indicators of Compromise (IOCs) and have the ability to take action automatically, so that a continuous state of compliance can be maintained
  • Have the ability to patch in minutes or hours, not days, across the entire enterprise, as well as automate the process of ingesting large volumes of IOCs
  • Maintain better cyber hygiene, faster hunting of intruders, and significant reductions in IT and security costs
  • Enable security and IT operations to work together by automating the detection and remediation of threats in seconds vs. hours, days, or weeks



Rod Turk
Director, Office of Cyber Security & CISO
Dept. of Commerce

Mr. Turk’s current position as the U.S. Commerce Department’s Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) and Office of Cyber Security Director puts him at the forefront of the government’s cybersecurity efforts. Mr. Turk manages and oversees the Department’s compliance with the Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA) and implementation of IT security best practices. Rod Turk joined Senior Executive Service with the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) in September 2004. He has held several Senior Executive positions within the Federal government, including serving as the CISO at the U.S. Department of Energy and the Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). Mr. Turk holds an MBA from Temple University and a Bachelors Degree from the University of Wisconsin. He is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and a Certified Information Security Manager (CISM).

dakin_ross.jpgRoss Dakin
White House Presidential Innovation Fellow
GSA Technology Transformation Service

Ross Dakin is a Presidential Innovation Fellow with a background in bringing new products to life within early-stage technology companies. Most recently, Ross helped the crowdsourced same-day delivery provider Deliv achieve market-winning growth by rebuilding the company's technical infrastructure that is now trusted by such enterprises as Macy's and T-Mobile. Prior to Deliv, Ross helped create novel financial services at Upstart, cyber threat intelligence collaboration at BrightPoint Security, and distributed callcenter technology at LiveOps, where he also coordinated employee philanthropic efforts as a member of the LiveOps Foundation.

hallenbeck_chris.jpgChris Hallenbeck
Director, Endpoint Detection & Response Team

Chris Hallenbeck is currently a Director with Tanium's Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) Team after almost 7 years of government service at the U.S. Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT). At US-CERT, he was responsible for having designed and built their incident response capabilities while restructuring their current focus on strategic mitigation guidance. Over countless IR engagements both with government and private sector critical infrastructure victims, he has seen a common theme: a lack of emphasis on IT operations and IT security fundamentals. Prior to joining US-CERT, Mr. Hallenbeck worked for RSA Security and EMC as a security engineer and with AOL/Time Warner on their global incident response team. He started his career as a Unix sysadmin at Binghamton University.


Shaun Waterman



Shaun became UPI's Homeland and National Security Editor shortly after Sept. 11, 2001, covering the Department of Homeland Security from its standup in 2003. His reporting on the Sept. 11 Commission and the tortuous process by which some of its recommendations finally became law in the 2004 Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act earned him a "Dateline Washington" award from the Society of Professional Journalists.