You're Breached: Information Risk Analysis for Today's Threat Landscape
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IT security executives have used information risk analysis for decades. From basic objectives such as ensuring critically sensitive data gets protection commensurate with its value, to more sophisticated uses such as determining when certain risks can be accepted, these risk management frameworks help align security with the business. Changes in the "threat landscape", which includes the technical operating environment, the motivation and capability of threats, and even business context can have dramatic implications on the application of analysis techniques. And in information technology, from BYOD, to cloud, to mobile, to state-sponsored actors; plenty has changed in the last 3 years alone.
This webinar will review the conceptual underpinnings of information risk analysis that remain widely used today. We will then examine important changes in the threat landscape over the last few years and assess their impact on risk assessment and its application in risk management. Finally, we will offer recommendations for how, in light of these changes, organizations should think differently about risk and as a result, their security program as a whole.
Our featured speakers for this timely webinar will be:
- Bill Campbell, CISSP, Director at i-fact@nalysis, former security executive at MITRE, Union Bank, Symantec and Fidelity Investments.
- Ted Julian, Chief Marketing Officer, Co3 Systems. Serial security and compliance entrepreneur.
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