Reduce Security and Compliance Gaps with Continuous Security Monitoring
Date: November 7, 2013
Time: 2PM EST
Mike Rothman, President, Securosis
Jack Daniel, Product Manager, Tenable Network Security
Organizations are moving from “Periodic” scanning to “Continuous Monitoring” to protect their information assets from advanced threats and exposure from new technologies such as mobile and virtual systems. But, don’t assume that Continuous Monitoring just means more frequent scanning.
Join Mike Rothman, President of Securosis, and Jack Daniel, Tenable Product Manager, as they discuss how to choose the right technology and focus on the key vulnerability management processes to create a proactive risk-based security and compliance management program.
This webcast focuses on three specific use cases driving Continuous Security Monitoring:
- Attacker use case focuses on identifying potential attacks and/or compromise of systems. It involves both an outside-in (attacker’s view) and inside-out (insider’s view) for monitoring the attack surface.
- Change control use case is an operations-centric view in monitoring for changes, both to detect unplanned changes indicative of malicious activity, and to verify planned changes are successfully completed.
- Compliance use case is based on mandates or requirements that organizations must adhere to and how to effectively implement the checkbox requirements without compromising on security.
Find out how to choose the best solution to meet your security and compliance needs.