Find out what's inside the December 2019 edition of the Journal & download a free copy of this month's featured article
In the world of cybersecurity, asset management has been the boring sibling of more exciting things like threat hunting, deception, and automation. But the foundational challenges of understanding what devices, users, and cloud instances are in our environments have jumped to the top of CISOs priority lists. Despite the amazing tools we have in cybersecurity, teams still struggle to answer basic questions like: how many devices and cloud instances do I have, and are they secure?
In this webinar, we’ll examine:
- Why asset management has a bad reputation
- What’s changed that has made security teams prioritize asset management for cybersecurity
- The challenges around making sure all assets comply with security policies
- Six essential questions you should know about every asset
David Vaughn – Chairperson for Education & Professional Development, ISSA International Board of DirectorsDavid Vaughn is a decorated military combat veteran. He is an accomplished Information Security Professional with over 20 years of Information Security experience. He maintains a broad range of experience from Enterprise Mobility, to Network Security Infrastructure design and testing. He has managed personnel, provided technical oversight for incident response and countermeasures, performed individual and team-based network assessments, information security R&D consulting, and computer forensics. David has a proven track record demonstrating the ability to effectively understand and communicate contextual business requirements to both technical and non-technical groups at any level of leadership to help customers achieve compliance within various regulatory bodies.
Nathan Burke – Chief Marketing Officer, Axonius
Nathan Burke is the Chief Marketing Officer at Axonius. Passionate about bringing new technologies to market to solve real problems, he has held marketing leadership roles at Hexadite (acquired by Microsoft), Intralinks, MineralTree, CloudLock (acquired by Cisco), and is a frequent speaker and contributing author on topics related to the intersection of collaboration and security.