ARLINGTON, Va. (PRWEB) February 09, 2018
In anticipation of its upcoming IR18 Workshop, The Incident Response Consortium (IRC), the first community driven non-profit educational organization dedicated to cybersecurity incident response is proud name FNU Bharathram its 2018 CyberSecurity Professional of the Year, for his tremendous input into furthering the knowledge and understanding of cybersecurity incident response.
As a preeminent resource on cybersecurity automation and orchestration, Mr. Bharathram has worked to advance the field of cybersecurity incident response technologies. While automation is still a relatively underdeveloped area of cybersecurity, Mr. Bharathram’s countless contributions to the field of study, as well as dedication to educational resource availability have been instrumental in bringing automation to the forefront of incident response capabilities.
In addition to the numerous high profile engagements he has been involved with, including as an instructor and facilitating sponsor of the IR17 Conference, Mr. Bharathram has also held the privilege of presenting to and training numerous private enterprise organizations as well as government agencies on the importance of automation of incident response in relation to ensuring improved national security. Furthering his dedication to the realm of incident response, Mr. Bharathram has also authored multiple articles, and free-to-access playbooks, as a means of providing incident responders with educational resources that have gone on to become underlying principles of ushering automation to incident response and security operations teams nationwide in both the private and public sector.
“We are excited to grant our inaugural Cybersecurity Professional of the Year Award to Mr. Bharathram. His passion, dedication and selfless pursuit of assisting incident responders is known industry-wide. We could not think of a more fitting candidate to receive such an honor” said Christopher Karam, Event Manager of the Incident Response Consortium.
Mr. Bharathram began his career in cybersecurity nearly a decade ago as an IT Analyst with a large multinational consultancy firm, where he began to acquire real-world experience and understanding of coding, and its prevalence in the cybersecurity space. Since then, his passion for as well as has in prevalence in the space has only grown. “Its truly an honor to receive such recognition from an esteemed organization like the Incident Response Consortium. I hope that my contributions lead to a better understanding of incident response and cybersecurity automation, and help progress the mission of the IRC to further educate and train those who protect our very way of life,” stated Bharathram.
About the Incident Response Consortium
The Incident Response Consortium is a non-profit, educational community, driven to change the landscape of today’s lack of knowledge of incident response policies and procedures. Through its free-to-attend conferences, and freely accessible online resources available at http://www.IncidentResponse.com, the IRC is working to offer resources and training to everyone looking to further their knowledge and work toward more effective and efficient incident response.