Being prepared to respond to today's security incidents means acquiring and maintaining both the tools and the expertise to successfully detect attacks and stop them before serious damage is done. However, with the diversity and complexity of threats on the rise, security teams find themselves drowning in data and overwhelmed by the immense volume of alerts, many of them false positives.
With a shortage of 4 million cybersecurity workers globally and 75% of SMBs saying they lack the personnel to address IT security, how can organizations gain the skills they require to cut through the noise and accelerate incident detection and response times? Register for this executive roundtable for new insights.
Discussion topics will include:
Best practices to gain context for attacks across the entire computing infrastructure
Techniques to eliminate blind spots between detection and remediation
Strategies to quickly recommend response and remediation activities
Join ISMG's Anna Delaney for a moderated discussion that will feature insight from Paul Fryer, Senior Cyber Security Manager at event sponsor BlackBerry. This 90-minute session will be: Chatham house rules, Peer driven, Pitch free
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December 6, 2022 | 06:00 - 08:30 pm GMT | One Moorgate Place, London
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