Duration: 30 minutes + 10 minutes Q&A
Today, large organizations face daily cyber attacks. To address these threats, they deploy dozens of protection products and perform frequent updates to their infrastructure. As a result, they often struggle to validate their production security posture. What's more, the traditional security processes can slow innovation efforts and time-to-market for new products and services.
Penetration testing is one of the activities that organizations use to prepare for potential cyberattacks, but they can be expensive and time-consuming to perform. According to AT&T's own Cybersecurity Risk and Readiness Assessment, 49% of organizations never conduct penetration tests.
However, new technologies are allowing organizations to understand their security posture at any time, in a continuous, consistent, and automated way. Gartner has recently defined these as Breach and Attack Simulation (BAS) technologies.
What you'll learn:
Join Sameer Dixit, VP of Spirent Security Labs, and Amie Christianson, Director of Operations, Application Security, to learn how to:
- Achieve real-time understanding of cyber risk of multi-vendor network infrastructure environments, applications, and devices.
- Effectively assess the security posture of live environments with realistic attack scenarios.
- Adopt strategies for going beyond quarterly compliance penetration tests to frequent, safe, and continuous breach and attack emulations.
Sameer and Amie will also share cybersecurity strategies for addressing immediate security demands while continuously innovating for the future.
Who should attend:
Professionals involved in the use, development, marketing, sales, or analysis of cybersecurity technologies and solutions.