Hitting the Reset Button: Developing a Proactive, End-to-End Security Strategy

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Cyber-attacks are a business reality, and they are question of when your organization will be compromised, not if. Well-executed, better-coordinated attacks are today’s norm, and organizations must now take a different approach to protecting their people, assets and IP.

At the same time, security leaders want to minimize business disruption and control risk. Yet most organizations don’t have a comprehensive security approach to enable this. With a holistic and proactive approach, organizations can detect threats earlier, enabling better optimization of resources for mitigation. And when an attack takes place, discovery time for the cause can be significantly reduced if your organization has full visibility of the security and network environment.

Join Infosecurity magazine, as our panel explains why organizations need to think differently and adopt a complete approach to security that assesses risk, detects threats earlier, proactively protects and enables a fast response when a breach occurs.



Drew Amorosi

Drew Amorosi Deputy Editor, Infosecurity Magazine

Marty Legg

Cloud Services Director, SecureData

    Roger Thompson

    Chief Emerging Threats Researcher, ICSA Labs

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