|Date||August 19, 2021|
|Time||4:30 PM – 5:15 PM|
The increased amount of data breaches are reaching a critical mass with no sign of slowing down. Security programs struggle to maintain fluidity and design programs that can adopt and move fast based on adversary tactics, techniques, and procedures. Regardless if it's a ransomware group or nation state, our security programs seem to have a difficult time handling direct and targeted attacks. This talk will dive into understanding how these groups operate, and how we've seen other organizations build successful defenses against these types of attacks. Our security programs take time to build and to fix historical/legacy issues. In the meantime, we need stop-gaps in order to ensure that we can protect our organizations from the latest threats. Our programs need to be tested, validated, and continuously improved. We'll dive into what we can focus on today, to ensure that you have a defense that can last the changing attack surfaces we see from adversary groups.