Darryl Taylor, LogicHub
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Darryl Taylor, LogicHub
|Job title of nominated professional (or team name)||CISO|
|Company (where nominated professional or team is working)||LogicHub|
|Company size (employees)||50 to 99|
|Headquarters Region||North America|
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• Leveraging a strong military security background, Darryl brings precision, diligence, and fortitude to the security strategies, missions, and initiatives under his purview at LogicHub.
• Darryl leads LogicHub’s expert protection MDR+ service that includes AI-driven automated analysis, detection, and response 24x7x365. Customers experience a 95% reduction in false positives and exponential increase in accuracy and cyber resilience.
• Darryl has helped to shape and develop LogicHub’s unique and cost-effective MDR+ service that touts complete transparency into what we’re doing, when we’re doing it, and how we’re doing it – and with direct visualization mapping to the MITRE ATT&CK framework. His hands-on approach to creating sophisticated, expert-configured content and playbooks has resulted in a veritable library for customers to leverage to their advantage.
Darryl is a 20-year veteran in the information security field with extensive experience in security analytics and threat detection. He is dedicated to helping clients make the security automation transition and to direct and implement protection strategies for the company.
As LogicHub’s CISO, Darryl is responsible for every aspect of the company’s security posture. And as an integral member of the company’s 24×7 MDR/ SOC-As-a-Service team, LogicHub’s customers also reap the benefits of Darryl’s security expertise. LogicHub’s AI and decision automation detection and response platform and service progressively updates its own logic and incorporates the decisions and actions of its human counterparts, including an expert team of threat hunters, SOC analysts, incident responders – with Darryl at the helm.
Darryl has been hunting bad guys since 1994 when he was a US Army pilot flying OH-58 Kiowa helicopters. He led the development of the Army Research Lab’s SIEM software as well as the Army Reserve Cyber Analysts who hunted with it. He served in the US Army as a senior security architect, as well as in the United States Army Reserves as a network defense team and SOC leader.
As a civilian, Darryl managed security operations at several of the world’s leading companies including Deloitte & Touche, Apple, Dell SecureWorks, and Arthur Anderson in security research, architect, and leadership roles. Darryl holds computer science degrees from the US Military Academy at West Point and The Johns Hopkins University.