Find out what's inside the August 2021 edition of the Journal & download a free copy of this month's featured article
Today’s security teams navigate significant layers of complexity, contending with too many different standards and too many disparate technologies. The proliferation of technologies and terminology, in turn, generates a broader challenge: getting teams across the organization to speak plainly and generate consensus about risks to the business, all using a common language.
The reality is that too often there’s a fundamental gap between the cybersecurity strategy and business goals and priorities that conspires against the success of each of these roles.
Join us to learn how your organization can begin to achieve a common language and align priorities for reducing risk by employing risk-based vulnerability management, and by establishing a model for cyber risk quantification (CRQ) within the enterprise.
During the webinar we’ll discuss:
- Why a risk-based vulnerability management approach enables you to drive down and prioritize the risks that pose the gravest threats to the business
- A new, proposed model for quantifying cyber risks
- How a simple calculation and defining three key terms can provide a blueprint for aligning the organization
- How the model can be applied in less mature and in more mature organizations
- Which technologies will best support your cyber risk quantification efforts
Alex Grohmann – Founder, Sicher Consulting
Mr. Grohmann (CISSP, CISA, CISM and CIPT) is founder of Sicher Consulting and an ISSA Fellow. He is the recipient of ISSA ‘Honor Roll’ and was president of the NoVa chapter for three years, winning Chapter of the Year during that time. He is a graduate of the FBI’s Citizens’ Academy and served on the board of directors for the Washington DC chapter of InfraGard for four years. Currently Mr. Grohmann serves on the board of directors of Northern Virginia Community College’s Workforce Development taskforce, NOVA Cybersecurity Advisory Board and is an mentor at MACH 37, the Virginia cyber security accelerator. He also sits on the IT sector coordinating council (IT-SCC)
Valeriy Leykin – Director of Product, SafeBreach
Valeriy Leykin has more than a decade's worth of experience in software development and more than seven years in product leadership both in start-up and enterprise environments where he has ideated and built innovative products aimed at improving efficiency and user experience. Prior to his time at SafeBreach, Valeriy served as a Product Owner at McAfee and a Software Engineer at Intel.
Yotam Ben Ezra – Vice President of Product, SafeBreach
Yotam Ben Ezra joined SafeBreach from Radware (RDWR) where he led the security product line from early days until it became a major line within the Radware business. His earlier background is in security research where he led security research teams at Radware and Checkpoint (CKPT). Yotam holds a B.Sc Degree in Physics and Computer Science from King's College London.
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