Philip Royer is a research engineer at Splunk, where he publishes Phantom playbooks that automate investigations, mitigations, and other responses to security incidents using Splunk Phantom. He has also driven standardization of automated intelligence sharing and response actions through the OASIS technical committees developing STIX and OpenC2. Prior to joining Phantom he developed offensive and defensive solutions in the national security space as an information security engineer at John Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory. Philip studied Computer Engineering at Dartmouth College as an undergraduate after which he specialized in security during his Master's at the University of Tulsa.
CyberNext Summit 2019
Oct 10, 2019
Role of Trust in Intelligence Sharing and Automated Operations II
Baby Steps: An Organic Formula for Maturing Your SOC with SOAR and Threat Intelligence