Discover this conference that took place during the 3rd edition of Cybersecurity 20/20 on October 26 and 27, 2021.
We all spend a lot of time and a lot of money trying to manage risk. We buy firewalls and NDR and EDR and maybe even XDR, and we buy a SIEM to pull all the logs together into one place we can’t keep up with. We run Vulnerability Assessments and get thousand-page reports on things we probably don’t have time to fix. We pay penetration testing companies a small fortune to find the holes in our network we really thought we’d closed. We hire as many SecOps staff and security analysts as we can afford, and we try to keep them long enough to get something done before they move on.
Then we sit back and look at the logs of all the stuff we’re blocking, and we wonder:
- What are we missing?
- What aren’t we seeing?
- Hackers can be in the network for weeks or months without detection – are they here now?
- All these headline breaches – they all deployed similar security technology and staff. If they got hacked, why won’t I?
- At the end of the day, am I safer than I was yesterday? Last month? Last year?
With Breach and Attack Simulation, you can do just that. Join us for this webinar and learn how.
- Understand how attacks have evolved and the stealthy techniques adversaries use to achieve their objectives
- Discuss the threat hunting and other techniques that can be used to identify malicious intent early and across the kill-chain
- Learn how the *right* AI-based detection methodologies can automate the process without adding significant overhead on the security team
Scott Register, Vice President, Security Solutions, Keysight Technologies