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How Will CDM Impact Your Organization?

April 10, 2013 6:00pm EDT

Legacy security strategies have clearly been undermined by the latest techniques and tools utilized to compromise organizations. According to a recent CSIS’ report, Raising the Bar for Cybersecurity, most companies that were hacked fell victim because hackers found an easily exploitable weakness. The need for a more sophisticated program, such as DHS’s Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM), is critical to improving cyber readiness. The program’s goal is to provide a continuous monitoring strategy that mitigates vulnerabilities in a timely, measurable, and practical manner.

  • Current challenges in enterprise continuous monitoring
  • How to move your program from periodic system state analysis to real-time monitoring
  • A glimpse into the future: DHS CDM and it's affect on security and regulatory compliance

Speakers:

Ron Gula, CEO of Tenable
Paul Crutchfield, Director of Sales Engineering of Tenable

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