Looking to Data for Security presented at CISONewYork 2014

by Dennis Brixius, Patrick Gray, Laraine Weglarz,

Summary : As criminal and state-sponsored cyber attacks become more sophisticated, traditional security solutions no longer sufficiently defend against them. Adversaries are exploiting zero-day vulnerabilities to gain access to data and networks, communicating over a variety of channels to exfiltrate critical information. To combat this, organizations must adopt new approaches such as collecting and analyzing data from the security infrastructure to help spot anomalies and subtle indicators of attack. In short, security is becoming a Big Data problem. Join this peer discussion led by Patrick Gray to explore the activities of the criminal underground and to strategize new methods for safeguarding your organization’s sensitive data.
Executive boardrooms are intimate and interactive sessions designed to foster dynamic dialogue around a specific, strategic topic. These private, closed-door discussions encourage attendee participation and are limited to 15 attendees (seating priority is given to CISOs). To reserve your seat, please contact: Lindsey Geist at 503-972-4449 or lindsey.geist@evanta.com