ISMG Virtual Roundtable Discussion: UKI
The hybrid way of working is an established reality and one which has opened up a host of opportunities for criminals. Attackers no longer need to execute direct attacks, using attack vectors targeted straight at systems or at individuals. They can now take advantage of the supply chain in order to spread out the attacks elsewhere. In this new reality, you have to think like the attacker to avoid being the next victim.

What new tactics are criminals employing and how are they distributing attacks to take advantage of the hybrid model? What is being overlooked in our current defences? How are the attackers succeeding despite our defences?

Register for this executive roundtable for new insights and discussion about:
Defence strategies to protect the hybrid workforce
Recommendations to achieve greater threat coverage and visibility of attacks
Trends to watch in 2022
Adopting the attacker’s mindset

Join ISMG’s Anna Delaney for a moderated discussion that will feature insight from Martin Lee, Manager, Talos Outreach EMEA & Asia, and Xavi Garcia Faura, Cloud Security Leader, at event sponsor Cisco. This 90-minute session will be:
Chatham house rules
Peer driven
Pitch free
Tom Field
Tom Field
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SVP of Editorial
Jeremy Snyder
Jeremy Snyder
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Senior Director of Security Engineering
September 28, 2021 | 10:00 - 11:30 am BST
 
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*Please note that this is an invitation-only event and space is limited.  All requests to attend will be reviewed by our event staff and approved based on professional qualifications and event capacity. Additionally, these events will not be recorded and the Chatham House Rule will apply.
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September 28, 2021 | 10:00 - 11:30 am BST

ISMG Virtual Roundtable Discussion: UKI