We’ve been hearing the phrase a lot these days, but the only ‘new normal’ in the cybersecurity world is this – you can and will be hacked. Adversaries and cyber criminals are more active than ever with a recent 75% increase in daily cybercrimes since according to the FBI. Healthcare, financial services, and government, all critical sectors are targets. New government wide policies are also requiring agencies to be more transparent about vulnerabilities. Cyber experts need to focus on managing risk, and in fact: turning to a blend of technology and top talent may be the key to full visibility and continuous security.
Join us on Tuesday, August 18 from 1:30-2:30 p.m. for “Protect and Secure: Proactive Strategies to Manage Vulnerabilities.” Hear success stories from Federal IT leaders about leveraging ethical hacking, crowdsourcing, and red teams to sniff out and remediate vulnerabilities. We’ll also cover:
- Evolutions in penetration testing
- How you can harness crowdsourced security testing and its positive impact on government
- Emerging policies around vulnerability disclosure
- Letting hackers in to get the bad guys out