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IronNet Cybersecurity’s Bill Swearingen on Threats, Collective Defense


Bill Swearingen, CyberStrategist, IronNet Cybersecurity

Based on the threats and tactics unleashed in 2020, cybersecurity promises to be a top-of-mind business risk for the next President to manage. Bill Swearingen of IronNet Cybersecurity reflects on a virtual roundtable discussion on what to expect over the next four years.

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Swearingen, Cyber Strategist with IronNet Cybersecurity, was subject matter expert at virtual roundtable discussion of the shifting threat landscape changed, the most promising emerging technologies, and which new national policies are likely to emerge by 2024.



In a video interview with Information Security Media Group, Swearingen discusses:

  • What he learned from roundtable attendees;
  • The value of information sharing;
  • The heightened need for collective defense going forward.

With two decades of hands-on experience in information security, cyber defense and protecting critical infrastructure from advanced cyber threats, Swearingen has the expertise needed to defend against the cyber risks major corporations face today. He has led the security teams for Sprint and CenturyLink, and now is a Cyber Strategist at IronNet. Cybersecurity is his passion, and he has a proven track record of creating, developing, and managing enterprise-class teams providing Incident Response, Digital Forensics, Vulnerability Assessment, Penetration Testing, and Policy Enforcement to large (Fortune 150) corporations.


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