ThreatEye is Launching on Oct 3rd. Join Us for the Virtual Launch Event
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Virtual Launch Event - ThreatEye
The next-generation AI-Powered NDR
for security teams in distributed enterprises

Sophisticated threat actors have now adapted their tactics so that malware resident on an endpoint is no longer a requirement to breach an enterprise.

  • Stand-alone EDR is increasingly less effective as an effective security strategy
  • Encryption has almost entirely killed off the future of IDS/IPS
  • MFA is not infallible anymore. In the past year alone, according to Microsoft Threat Research, more than 10,000 enterprises have been targeted by phishing attacks, despite MFA.
  • Ransomware attackers are increasing their impact with new methods of targeting organizations

When threat actors evolve their strategies, you need to do the same.

Join General Manager of ThreatEye, Bill Cantrell, VP of Product, Russ Elsner, Chief Data Scientist, Andrew Fast, and Director of Threat Research, Joseph Hladik for our virtual event Monday, October 3rd, for a quick 30 minutes to hear about what our innovation teams have been up to, to help you combat the evolving threat against your business.


Bill Cantrell

General Manager – ThreatEye

Bill oversees the company’s development of its ThreatEye solution and was CEO of the CounterFlow AI acquisition. Previously as VP of Product Management at FireEye, Bill oversaw the product management team and was responsible for developing the FireEye network security strategy which included the Network Security (NX, VX), Forensics (PX, IA, AX), File Security (FX), and Cloud MVX product lines. Prior to FireEye, he was VP of product management and partnerships for nPulse Technologies, a leading provider of Network Forensics solutions, which was acquired by FireEye. Bill also held management positions at several successful startups including Endace Technologies, Avici, and FORE Systems.


Russell Elsner

Vice President – Product Management

Russell is a technical leader in the IT performance monitoring industry. Prior to LiveAction, Russ has led Product Management at Science Logic, where he was a key member of the Office of the CTO, driving product vision and strategy for the AIOps category. Russ has a deep bench of leadership expertise in Product Management and Strategic Sales Engineering, managing hybrid responsibilities at OPNET and Riverbed Technologies. Russ also holds 12 patents and has authored multiple Gartner MQ and Forrester Wave submissions, achieving leader status in APM, NPM, and AIOps.


Andrew Fast

Chief Data Scientist – Network Security

Andrew Fast, Ph.D. is the Chief Data Scientist for Live Actions’s network security team, where he leads the implementation of machine learning for Encrypted Traffic Analysis on the ThreatEye cloud-native cybersecurity platform.

Previously, Dr. Fast was the Chief Scientist at Elder Research, Inc., a leading data science consulting firm, where he helped hundreds of companies expand their data science capabilities. He is a frequent author, teacher, and invited speaker on data science topics. Dr. Fast co-authored the book Practical Text Mining which won the PROSE Award in the field of Computing and Information Sciences for 2012. His work on analyzing NFL coaching trees was featured on

Dr. Fast received PhD and MS degrees in Computer Science from the University of Massachusetts Amherst and a BS in Computer Science from Bethel University.


Joseph Hladik

Director of Threat Research – Intelligence And Discovery (TRIAD)

Joe oversees the company’s approach to threat detection in its ThreatEye solution and came to LiveAction as part of the CounterFlow AI acquisition.

Prior to LiveAction, Joe held multiple positions over the years at Mandiant as an Incident Responder, Threat Hunter, and led a Consultant team as Regional Manager of US-Northeast and Canada.

Joe also held the position as Global Security Architect at Sony where he was responsible for the creation and direction of a global team focused on Cloud and Mobile Security for Sony’s operating companies.

Joe started his career in security as a Red Team Operator but found more fulfillment in improving defense capabilities and has not looked back.

Join Us on 10/3