The Song Remains the Same: Moving the Cybersecurity Dial…

  • Date 04 Jun 2019

The Song Remains the Same: Moving the Cybersecurity Dial…

04 Jun 2019, 16:00 - 16:25

Strategy Talks
Language:
English

We're still victim of vulnerabilities which are more than 20 years old despite the evolution of cyber security solutions in the same period. 

How can we truly keep pace with modern system development and move the dial in favour of a more secure Internet. Lets discuss how we currently approach cybersecurity, whilst weeding out what works and what does not. Are current cyber approaches fit for purpose? Are we being railroaded by the market and industry analysts? Do we need a "Rank and File" change to how we approach the problem of cybersecurity? Lets talk!

Learning Outcomes:

  1. Understand the limitations of traditional approaches to cybersecurity
  2. How to keep pace with development and understand the pitfalls of automated tool-chain approaches 
  3. Understand the value of continuous visibility and situational awareness that results
  4. Understand the value of full stack correlation of risk across systems.
  5. Possibly realise the areas of improvement required to do more with less and also increase ones cybersecurity posture.

 

Contributors

  • Eoin Keary

    Speaker

    Founder/CEO

    edgescan

    Eoin is a well-known technical leader in industry in the area of software security and penetration testing, and has led global security engagements...

Business Issues covered

  1. What will this session help you to do?
    • Demonstrate thought-leadership to ensure security is high for corporate agenda & capex justified‎
    • Mitigate the effects of new vulnerabilities and exploits‎

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