Pete Shoard is part of the Security Operations team. Covering analysis of and selection criteria for threat detection and response Managed Security Services (MSS), Managed Detection and Response (MDR) and Vulnerability/Exposure Management services. Supporting this with coverage of security detection and response technologies such as Security Information and Event Management (SIEM), Security Orchestration, Automation, and Response (SOAR) and Deception. Also ITL security research in wider areas such as Security Operation Centre (SOC) best practice and security metrics and measurement.
Mr. Shoard was responsible for the oversight and vision surrounding the development and enhancement of BT's Managed Security Services Platform. He supported BT's service and product strategy through the use of big data, automation and orchestration technologies. Before BT Group, he was Head of Product Development for SecureData Europe. There he was responsible for the development and integration of the vulnerability identification, threat detection and threat defense products and services offered as part of SecureData GI. He has experience of working within operational security environments while at BAE Systems Detica (now BAE Applied Intelligence) and developing advanced behavioral analytics for the detection of state-led attacks against international commercial and defense-related organizations. Mr. Shoard served 9 years operationally in the Royal Air Force, having previously held security clearance, working in national defense and Radar/Tactical Datalink-based systems.
Chief Architect - Capability
Head of Product Development
BAE Systems Detica
Managed Security Threat Detection Lead
I&O Organizational Strategy
Security and Risk Management Leaders
1Aiding selection of the most effective MSSP / MDR
2Defining security operations centre and technologies strategy
3Identifying appropriate security use cases and detection tools
4Setting best practice for security operations processes and staffing
5Setting requirements for MSS and MDR RFP / SOWs
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