Over the past year, the tools and tactics of cybercrime and cybersecurity adapted against a backdrop of enormous changes to our lives and businesses.
Join us to learn how cybercrime evolved in 2020, and identify ways to safeguard your organization against what’s out there.
· Top threats for businesses and consumers
· Emerging cybercrime trends and tactics
· Solutions you can employ to thwart future attacks
Now is the time to
future-proof your network security investments. Building your roadmap for the
move to SASE cloud offers many benefits. It provides your organization with a
path to reducing network and security cost and complexity, while increasing
security and connectivity to give your users a better experience, regardless of
location. After this session with Scott Gordon, Cloud Security Architect at
iboss, you will walk away with:
The Dark Market is growing at an exponential rate, with hackers doubling down on cybercrime-as-a-service—allowing non-traditional and unskilled hackers to wreak havoc in ways previously unheard of. Criminals don’t have to be skilled to get your data; they just need to know where and who to go to for help. Learn about the inner workings and business of the cyber underground, focusing on the following:
A key challenge for organizations is determining if the investment in detection and response tools are actually performing and making a difference. Security teams need a solution that automates processes effectively, and reduces cyber security risk by focusing on the vulnerabilities that matter most.
The PenTera automated penetration testing platform is here to remove these assumptions and show you the true read of your cyber security stack.
In this session we will address a new, different approach for security validation, a true shift from a point-in-time test to continuous security validation to discover, prioritize and remediate against the threats that pose the highest risk to the organization before the damage is done.
Key session takeaways:
Synopsis: Secure Access Service Edge (#SASE?) has
become one of the hottest topics in the IT industry. Gartner predicts that 40%
of companies will adopt a SASE architecture in the next 3-4 years. The
well-defined, static, and finite network edge of the past is being replaced by
business users who are working remotely and accessing business data that is
beyond the corporate data center.
But what exactly is SASE and will it make enterprise data more secure? How will organizations secure their data in a cloud-first world when users and the information they access are all outside the enterprise boundary?
This presentation cuts through the hype to explain the fundamentals of SASE and why it matters to enterprises. We’ll cover an overview of SASE technology, the business case for SASE, and real-world use cases for securing SASE with the Bitglass Cloud Security Platform.