DataConnectorsToronto 2019 March 21, 2019 to March 21, 2019, Toronto, Canada

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A Practical (low cost) Approach to Securing East-West Traffic & Critical Data Gary Southwell Despite best efforts organizations continue to struggle detecting and stopping attacks that lead to costly ...
Improve security, productivity and user experience Manish Raval So, there are somewhere between a million and a half and two million apps out ...
Smart Buildings – Are they the next cybersecurity risk? Tony Anscombe Could a cybercriminal hold a building heating system hostage and force an evacuation of the ...
Simplifying SIEM Lakshmanan Viswanathan Building a security incident response planReporting and alerting tipsImportant security events to track in your ...
The Cybersecurity Mindset – Cybercrime Risk Assessment, Mitigation and Response Detective Bagnall With Billions being spent globally on Cybersecurity each year, breaches of various magnitudes are still ...
The current Malware Threat Landscape – and Best Practices for Enterprise Grade Remediation Doug Smith Malware has become one of the biggest threat challenges faced by security and IT teams. ...
Defend beyond AntiVirus George Boulos During this session you will learn about adversary “breakout Time” the speed which adversaries accomplish ...
5 Ways to Bypass PAM Jimmy Mills Let’s learn about how unmanaged Credentials over the past 10+ years could still be accessible ...
Data Governance for Risk Reduction & Value Creation Neil Correa In this session, we will explore how organizations can adopt a single data governance framework ...
The Risky Business of Online Collaboration Craig Pfister Protecting Sensitive Content in a Dangerously Connected WorldThe modern enterprise spends millions of dollars on ...
Eliminating The Existing Blind Spots and Provide Consistent Cloud On-Prem Pervasive Security Monitoring Coverage Timothy Melvin Visibility gaps lead to security vulnerability. You can’t protect what you can’t see. Can the ...