In order to defend against today’s agile threat actors, efficient and effective Security Operations (SecOps) is essential. SecurityWeek’s Security Operations Summit will help address common security operations challenges and demonstrate how efficient workflow and collaboration can lead to improved decision making throughout the threat detection, analysis and incident response processes.
Attendees can immerse themselves in a virtual environment to discuss the latest security operations trends and challenges, and gain insights into strategies that can maximize the efficiency of enterprise security operations centers (SOCs). Through a cutting-edge platform, attendees can interact with speakers and sponsors, and visit networking lounges, specific zones & sponsor booths.
Sr. Solutions Product Marketing Manager, Okta
It's no longer news that we need to support and secure increasingly distributed organizations. As companies look for long-term solutions for their hybrid and fully remote workforces, one thing is clear - identity is at the center of businesses today. An identity-first approach to security reduces today's cybersecurity risks and provides the foundation for a Zero Trust security strategy. A modern identity solution can also help you tie the complexities of protecting people and assets together in a seamless way.
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Director of Security Automation, Torq
We’ll review results from recent global surveys and examine how no-code automation can solve the most commonly reported challenges.
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VP, Product Management, Netography
Networks are evolving and that evolution creates an opportunity to transform, enrich, and modernize your security tech stack. This talk will discuss the concept of the Atomized Network and the struggles organizations face when it comes to visibility and control across it. We will explore the notion of one “composite view” and how the solutions of today's problems must be flexible and customizable enough to serve multiple departments and use cases to ensure the success of modern organizations.
Customer Market Leader - Technology and Developer, Skillsoft
Threats to an organization’s data come from all angles: inside, outside, burnt out employees, even honest mistakes. The broad nature of the threatscape makes cybersecurity everyone’s responsibility. Business leaders now recognize that cybersecurity is just as much their concern as it is for their partners in IT. Gartner research found 88% of boards agree cyber-threats pose a risk to the business -- meaning, it’s not just a security operations or an IT problem. This is good news for security operations teams who’ve worked hard to ensure the very serious threats to the business — even those that come from inside the organization, have the best line of defenses. In this session, Skillsoft will demonstrate how we can educate your organization to foster a culture of cybersecurity and unify all employees to manage risk and encourage agility and vigilance.
Head of Security, Fleet Device Management
Our featured fireside chat is a conversation between SecurityWeek Editor-at-Large Ryan Naraine and Guillaume Ross, head of security at FleetDM on the current state of enterprise and startup security. Attendees can expect a straightforward discussion on securing cloud deployments at scale, the value of APIs to aid defenders, the real meaning of zero-trust approaches, and the latest security technologies that are driving innovation in the field. This discussion will provide valuable insights for anyone interested in staying up-to-date on the latest developments in cybersecurity.