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Director, Incident Response & Malware, Mandiant
Member Since: 7/15/2014
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Chris Nutt is the Director of Incident Response and Malware of Mandiant. He has nine years of experience in enterprise incident response, working with the federal government, defense industrial base, and Fortune 100 companies. He has extensive experience in incident response, computer forensics, and remediation planning. He has led high-visibility investigations into the theft of intellectual property as well as the theft of payment card industry information and regularly assists organizations in developing remediation strategies designed to remove sophisticated attackers from client networks. He teaches computer incident response to the public and private sectors and is responsible for development and delivery of technical content in the incident response training courses he teaches. In these courses, he instructs students how to collect and analyze information, and how to manage investigations. Prior to joining Mandiant, Chris conducted computer incident response for the US Marine Corps. During his time there, he advanced the Marine Corps incident response capability by developing processes and tools utilized during intrusion investigations across the worldwide deployment of Marine networks and communities of interest. In this capacity, he was the incident response duty expert and responsible for coordinating efforts with Joint Task Force Global Network Operations, service-level Computer Emergency Response Teams, and Naval Criminal Investigative Service. He has experience supervising and leading forensic analysts and incident responders, as well as software development teams.

Articles by Chris Nutt
5 Reasons the Cybersecurity Labor Shortfall Won't End Soon
Steve Morgan, Founder & CEO, Cybersecurity Ventures,  12/11/2017
BlueBorne Attack Highlights Flaws in Linux, IoT Security
Kelly Sheridan, Associate Editor, Dark Reading,  12/14/2017
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