Threat Monitoring: Best Practice Today, The Law Tomorrow?

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According to analyst research, failing to prepare for a security breach will cost CISOs their jobs in the future.
 
Preventing all security breaches might be impossible. But preparing a fully-documented and tested response plan is something CISOs can, and must, do.
 
But companies also need to improve their security monitoring, if they are to prove to regulators that they are dealing properly with security threats.
 
Forthcoming EU rules, under the proposed data protection regulation, could force companies to boost both their security monitoring and response plans.
 
In this session, we will look at: 
  • Best practice around threat monitoring and incident response;
  • How legislative changes will place new demands on info security teams
  • How technology can help organisations stay ahead of attackers.

Speakers

Greg Day

Vice President and Regional Chief Security Officer, EMEA, Palo Alto Networks

Paul Glass

Senior Associate, TaylorWessing

    Fran Howarth

    Snr Analyst, Security, Bloor Research

      Stephen Pritchard

      Moderator, Infosecurity Magazine

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