Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has tectonic consequences for citizens and businesses across the world. An expectation of normalcy post the pandemic has been replaced with fears of increased gas prices and supply chain disruptions. Attackers are expected to leverage the context to carry out advanced cybercrime intrusions, leaving businesses susceptible to attacks that could have potential second and third-order effects on their operations. A cyber problem immediately becomes a business problem that requires effective business continuity contingency plans built around defensible, risk-informed choices.
In this panel session, you’ll hear from security leaders who will provide a pragmatic assessment of organizational dependencies to improve your odds of identifying and mitigating cyber attacks, while addressing the increasingly challenging risk environment organizations find themselves in.
Identity and Access Management and Cyber Threat Intelligence have more in common than you might think: The protection of an organisation’s most valuable digital assets which is the foundation of business success.
IAM as the strategic data protection and data security initiative establishes security from the inside, whereas Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) extends the perspective from the outside. Combined, they give businesses a comprehensive strategy to protect crown jewels.
Security leaders face an uphill task as cyber-criminals become increasingly creative, highly innovative, and armed with an arsenal of seemingly unlimited resources. The ongoing and endless rapid digitalization coupled with an uncertain geopolitical climate compel security leaders to re-think their cybersecurity strategy.
In this exclusive security workshop, delegates will hear how the threat landscape has changed and the importance of using an intelligence-led approach to proactively predict threats.
Deep Dive to the Changing Threat Landscape
Defenders who are equipped with a deep understanding of their external threat landscape and use those insights to guide internal security controls will develop an effective IAM strategy.