Srikrupa Srivatsan, Director, Product Marketing
Digital transformation and evolving IT architectures greatly impact security. While the threat landscape continues to change, so do the complexity of networks, where data is stored and how end users connect.
- Edge computing, multi-cloud, SD-WAN and IoT have caused an increase in risk to a company’s infrastructure, data and brand. Security approaches need to change to address these transformations.
- Learn how to improve the efficacy of your existing security investments by using foundational infrastructure as an enforcement point and integrating the silos of security tools.
- Use contextual data for more efficient SecOps and threat prioritization.
Corey Maypray, Advisor – Threat Intelligence and Detection Capabilities
Eli Lilly and Company
“If you know the enemy and yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.” - Sun Tzu
- Know yourself: Learn your environment (people, processes, technology).
- Know your adversary: Learn your adversaries motivations (motive and targeted data) and capabilities (attack methods, TTP’S and resources).
- Prioritize protection of your most critical assets and operations.
- Cyber security resources remain limited. Organizations that attempt to broadly protect their data from all cyber threats tend to inefficiently invest these resources, making them slower to adapt to the changing trends and techniques of cyber threats. – Carnegie Mellon