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Cyber hygiene is the flossing of cybersecurity — something we all know we should do but regularly ignore. While it may be more exciting to get the latest silver bullet to solve a zero-day problem, improving processes to better leverage what you already have will go further in protecting against the next cyber attack.
In this webinar, a panel of industry experts and thought leaders will discuss:
- Why establishing a single source of truth across your organization’s entire infrastructure is crucial for managing hygiene processes
- What’s needed to bridge the gap between technologies and teams and to get full value from security investments
- How prevention strategies should be balanced and aligned with detection and response
- The importance of cyber resilience in the era of continuous compromise
Amrit Williams – Vice President, Products, Skybox Security
Amrit Williams brings more than 20 years of product innovation and thought leadership in the cybersecurity space. He has conceived, developed and delivered to market dozens of award-winning products in both the consumer and enterprise arenas. Before working at Skybox Security, Williams held various executive technology roles in leading security companies including McAfee, nCircle, BigFix, IBM and CloudPassage. Additionally, as a research and security strategist for the Information Security and Risk Practice at Gartner, Williams was influential in defining the security category and conducting analysis in multiple research areas including vulnerability and threat management, network security and risk management.
Kelly Roberston – CEO, SEC Consult America, Inc.
Kelly Robertson, CISSP, has been an information security practitioner for more than 25 years and is a member of the Silicon Valley chapter of ISSA.
Kelly is currently CEO of SEC Consult America, a full-service information security consultancy based in Santa Cruz, California.
Mr. Robertson is an evangelist for cybersecurity awareness, presenting frequently to audiences and corporate organizations. He develops training and education programs for practical risk awareness to benefit people both personally and professionally. Kelly is committed to the enablement of the civil rights for digital citizens to include information security and data privacy.
ISSA Webinars and Conference series cover all the continuing education credits to maintain your cyber security certifications. (CPEs, CEUs, ECE, etc). Each hour is equal to one continuing education credit. Certificates of completion are available upon request after completion. For instructions, click here.