Unlock your SOC: Moving your security from tactical to strategic

Operationalize security to accelerate business growth


Security leaders all have their own style and approach based on personal experience, needs of the organization, and unique security threat landscapes.

Watch as we discuss common ways to drive change, communicate the needs of both security teams and the business, and simple trends that every team, no matter how big or small, can start to implement and yield significant results.

We hope you’ll take away some new ideas and a few clear next steps to use with your team, like

  • How to become well-prepared to meet organizational expectations and add value at all levels?

  • How to focus on what matters to your organizations?

  • What capabilities to develop and foster?

  • How to drive innovation and meet organizational expectations?

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Lucas Moody

Head of Security Technology - Twitter



Lucas Moody is the Head of Security Technology at Twitter, focused on product security, security operations, and security engineering in service to the protection of the brand and the product platform at Twitter.  Prior to Twitter, Lucas was VP & CISO at Rubrik, and VP & CISO at Palo Alto Networks, responsible for delivering enterprise and product services to protect customers, employees, and shareholders from security-related risks. 

Lucas is a technical security leader with a breadth of experience spanning B2B and B2C companies across technology, financial and retail sectors.  He is a global-minded technology executive noted for his ability to drive security outcomes while enabling growing businesses to thrive.  His passion for technology, for security and for building amazing teams has culminated in a successful career in supporting companies thrive during periods of growth and change. 

Finally, outside of work, Lucas’ passion is watching his three daughters plunge into the world of technology with gusto. Lucas also enjoys water sports, winter sports, the outdoors, road trips, gaming (both board and video) and food.