Your modern attack surface is growing rapidly, always changing and increasingly interconnected. This presents a monumental challenge for security teams. While attackers probe for the weakest link in your sprawling attack surface—and move laterally in search of valuable assets—security teams are constrained by siloed, incomplete attack surface views, and must rely on just-in-time detection and response to react to attackers’ moves.
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Weaknesses in the attack surface are everywhere. Yet today’s approach to threat management is reactive with too much emphasis placed on detecting and containing threats instead of preventing them in the first place. This session will discuss how exposure management delivers unified visibility, context-driven prioritization and risk-based metrics as the foundation for tomorrow’s preventive security.
At RSAC 2022, a panel simulated a board meeting confronting a ransomware attack. Now this session will look at the parallel Government meetings and explore how senior federal government officials might react and respond to the challenges of a major cyberattack and how only close collaboration between public and private sectors can diminish, if not overcome, the consequences of malicious cyber activity.