The cyber landscape is vulnerable to a variety of physical and cyber threats. The drive among hackers for greater financial gain, damage and disruption will yield new forms of cyber crimes. Unlike traditional crime, which requires physical proximity, cyber crime can be launched from anywhere in the world that permits a link between cyber space and computers. The attack surface, which includes the ever-growing Internet of Things, that corporations need to protect continues to grow. Defenders must proactively reduce the attackers’ operational space while the number of devices needing protection continues to grow.
In this session, explore insights in:
•Improving intelligence sharing
•Increasing detection of adversaries with threat intelligence gateways and next-generation endpoint security
•Reducing the attack surface with micro-segmentation
•Deploying intelligent application controls