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Life of a CISO – Defending A Compromised Network

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December 3 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm EST

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Overview

Here’s the hard truth: if you haven’t detected an attack/compromise in the last 12 months, it is NOT because it’s not happening – it’s because you’re not looking in the right places.

According to Dr. Eric Cole, Founder and CEO of Secure Anchor, a compromise in your network is inevitable – if it isn’t already happening now, it will soon. Given that 100% security simply doesn’t exist, what can you do to control and minimize the damage from attacks?

In this podcast, Dr. Cole will provide a playbook for approaching organizational security from this perspective. You’ll learn how a proper foundation for security is key, followed by proactive threat hunting and active defense. You’ll also get a prioritized checklist of actions that you can take right away to reduce the risk of an attack and mitigate one in progress.

The constant barrage of security threats is not going to let up, and if you wait to respond, it will already be too late.

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Eric Cole

With more than 30 years of network security experience, Dr. Eric Cole is a distinguished cyber security expert and keynote speaker who helps organizations curtail the risk of cyber threats. Dr. Cole has worked with a variety of clients ranging from Fortune 500 companies, to top international banks to the CIA. He has been the featured speaker at many security events snd also has been interviewed by several chief media outlets such as CNN, CBS News, FOX News and 60 Minutes.

See Eric Cole‘s full profile.

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