“I read about what happened to [insert breach or major disclosure here], are we prepared?”
No matter your organization’s threat model, you will need to be prepared to answer this important question from your senior leadership, investors, partners, and clients. Please join us on November 6th for the first of a four part series aiming to help you prepare by exploring the impacts of Shodan, Metasploit, breaches, spreadsheets, regulations, orchestration and automation, security operations, and single panes of glass.
By attending this webinar you will learn what the threat actors know about you, an anatomy of some recent high profile breaches, and the responsibilities laid out in regulatory frameworks. We will also show you why we believe that a well architected and integrated vulnerability management program becomes an enterprise wide security intelligence source to assess visibility and control over your managed and unmanaged assets, reduce the potential impact of security incidents, and amplify the efficiency and effectiveness of your security and IT operations teams.
In addition to all the key learning’s above, we will also be providing $5 Starbucks gift cards to webinar attendees!
Save the date! The series will continue on:
- January 15th 2020: Vulnerability Management as a Practice – Exploring threat modeling tells you a lot about what an organization needs to be concerned about. Transforming vulnerability management from an intensive, tool-based, manual effort to an integrated facet of your security practice not only relieves your information security resourcing constraints, it provides valuable context about your security posture across your network, on your endpoints, within your software development life cycle, inside your operational technology environment, and within your cloud assets.
- March 18th 2020: Who Owns Vulnerability Management? – Vulnerability management has been assigned to a variety of teams across organizations’ IT and information security practices. Whether network security, system administration, or security operations has been responsible for maintaining this system in your environment, we will discuss why all of your teams will benefit from integrating vulnerability management into a cross-functional practice. Let’s talk integrations, analytics, automation, and orchestration.
- May 27th 2020: How and Why Vulnerability Management is Changing – Vulnerability management has evolved from an endpoint patching focused effort to a dynamic understanding of your environment’s security posture on your security perimeter and endpoints, mobile and unmanaged assets, cloud infrastructure, software development pipeline, IoT environment, and beyond.
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