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The market for cyber threat intelligence may be young, but the work of intelligence collection, analysis and dissemination is not. It dates back to the earliest days of human conflict and, realizing that we are in the midst of cyber conflict, our model involves the application of those approaches to cyber. These forward-leaning security practitioners realize that their adversaries gather intelligence on them daily, and they are turning to cyber threat intelligence in order to turn the tables. This discussion will be focused on the core fundamentals of building the business case - implementing and sustaining a successful cyber threat intelligence program following the model executed by some of the largest and most sophisticated programs in the world.
Information risk management and security never stay still. Attackers find new ways to exploit software, hardware and people. The security industry rolls out new technology to address the latest threats. Now add to the mix the troubling revelations about government surveillance (breaking SSL, watering down encryption standards, tapping into Web and service provider communications and so on). Where do we go from here? This panel discussion will highlight emerging trends in information risk management and security from a business and technology perspective.
This session will help you design an information governance policy that's worth the effort because it actually helps manage risk. We'll cover the lifecycle of corporate information governance policies, from their purpose and creation through implementation. Sample policies will address essential subjects such as BYOD and social media. Attendees will learn the fundamental principles of information governance so that your policy can grow to handle whatever comes tomorrow. This session will also cover the proper implementation of policies, including technologies that might be of assistance.
With the Internet of Things, there has been exponential growth in the number of entry points into an organization. Any device connected to the Internet is an opportunity for entry that can be exploited. Managing this new line of defense requires security teams to redefine the scope of their security efforts beyond their present responsibilities to protect data. Kent will share the tenants of a successful mobile security program and how to build a secure program in the new interconnected state. He will cover how to address policy and processes while maintaining security and compliance in this new architectural foundation. By using a risk-based approach, organizations will be able to stay secure in a growing collaborative and connected world.
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