DataConnectorsDetroit 2020 April 14, 2020 to April 14, 2020, Detroit, US

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CISO Panel: Robert Casement, Todd Langusch, Dennis Hodges, Allen Numerick, Rajiv Das N/a None
Public Cloud Security Challenges- Why they’re different and how to overcome them Sarah Elie Public cloud security can seem like a massive undertaking. Organizations are being bombarded with news ...
Real talk on ransomware Stacey Budd We all know what ransomware is – we know the stats, we’ve seen the headlines, ...
How to counter data theft by eliminating the insider threat Simon Cuthbert Insider threats are among the top IT security risks organizations today must brace for. Conventional ...
Continuous Vulnerability Management: Striving for a 14 Day SLA Chris Goettl The importance of having a continuous vulnerability management process as part of an overall security ...
Managing Digital Risk in Transformative Times Ben Smith Digital transformation is not only changing how companies think about business. It is changing how ...
Keynote Session Tony Gabbard N/A
Cybersecurity Evolved Michael Balatzis Organizations here in the US face a pretty immense challenge when it comes to cybersecurity. ...
A Centralized Identity Strategy Using Standards Helps Minimize Threats. Charles Mostek Modern architectures continue to become more distributed and fractured. How can developers can continue to ...
Why is the cybersecurity market shifting to endpoint detection and response platforms? Chris Crediford During the past ten years there has been a gradual shift in technology from traditional ...
Developing Your Identity Strategy Jerrod Brennen Remember when identity management meant creating new accounts and resetting user’s passwords? Over the years, ...
Stop Staring at the Screen – Use Decision Automation to Propel Security Operations Tom Ryan As the number and complexity of cyber-attacks continues to escalate, it is clear that historical ...
How’s Your Cloud Posture Sergio Avila Something that either gets overlooked quite often or is a last thought is how close ...