When a security program isn't as good as it should be it can be tempting to conclude that it needs more resources and solutions. Jack Nichelson decided to take a different approach: simplification. By focusing on fewer problems with bigger returns, he was able to reduce malware by 60 percent and improve the results of his annual pen report. He’ll share a back-to-the-basics case study for removing complexity and running a simple, effective, start-up worthy security program.
This Talk is for - Security Managers looking to better focus on the real vulnerabilities and more effectively communicate your progress
The Goals of this talk – Find the real problems, create a formal plan, build support for the plan, and report the progress