Cyber Resilience In the Face of Human Error

  • Date 06 Jun 2019

Cyber Resilience In the Face of Human Error

06 Jun 2019, 10:30 - 11:30

Information Security Exchange
Language:
English

Cybersecurity has become the new battlefront amongst nations, enterprises, and individuals. This has led to the understanding and realisation that nothing is impenetrable or fool-proof in completely mitigating attacks whilst maintaining organisational functionality – no matter how much technology and process you throw at the situation – leaving human error as the ultimate factor that security organizations have to battle. Join our group of experts in discussing cyber resilient strategies that extend beyond indicators of compromises. In this panel we will explore the latest trends of attacks against the human element to subvert your security program and how to layer security awareness, technology, and process to become more resilient in the face of human error.

 

Contributors

  • Paul Watts

    Panellist

    CISO

    Domino's Pizza UK & Ireland

  • Meni Farjon

    Panellist

    Chief Scientist - Advanced Malware Detection

    Mimecast

    As Chief Scientist of Advanced Malware detection, Meni Farjon leads all technical ATP Research division in Mimecast and contributes to the efficacy,...

  • Sevtap Duman

    Panellist

    Security Researcher

    Mimecast

    Sevtap Duman, PhD, is the security research engineer in Security Services at Mimecast, where she has been focusing on threat factors and patterns....

  • Lindsay Jack

    Moderator

    VP, Security Services

    Mimecast

    Lindsay is the VP, Security Services at Mimecast, with responsibilities for the engineering, threat research and operational delivery of the Mimecast...

Business Issues covered

  1. What will this session help you to do?
    • Mitigate the effects of new vulnerabilities and exploits‎
    • Understand internal and external threats and keep a business secure‎

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