Paul Davis

 

VP of Delivery
ThreatGRID, Inc.

Paul Davis is ThreatGRID's VP of Delivery, leading an expert team of malware incident response personnel, reverse engineers, and IT security operations experts.  He is a seasoned IT Security Executive with a global reputation for building and delivering successful IT Security organizations and services.  Paul is a sought-out individual with over 20 years of experience in solving business security challenges for top global companies.  Companies that he has worked with include EDS, General Motors, GE, Dow Chemical, The Washington Post, The United Nations, MCI, Prudential, and Mitsui.  Paul was EDS’Chief Information Security Officer at General Motors and EDS’Chief Security Officer at Dow Chemical.   Prior to that, he was part of EDS Federal with the responsibility for managing their client facing CSOs and CISOs, as well as developing new strategic security services. He ran Unisys’global managed security services provider service and built new security operations services and teams across the globe, in record time.

Recent News

October 29, 2013

Our final speaker for COUNTERMEASURE 2013 has been announced - Elizabeth Keighley, Manager GC-CIRT at Shared Services Canada.  Her topic will be "SSC SOC and Cyber Security for the GC".  Don't miss this important talk!

October 21, 2013

We are very pleased to add Daniel Peck, Principal Research Scientist at Barracuda Labs, to our roster of COUNTERMEASURE 2013 speakers.

Cancellation Policy

Substitutions can be made at any time. Unfortunately we cannot refund registration fees.

Each course requires a minimum number of students to run. Please see the detailed information on each course for this information. In the unlikely event that a course must be cancelled due to low enrolment, full refunds will be provided to registered students.

For more information on COUNTERMEASURE 2013 training, please contact Pelly Heighton at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 613-798-9894.