Security leaders annually spend millions of dollars on new solutions to protect their endpoints and perimeters - and yet they still get breached. What's wrong with this picture?
Register for this session to get the latest insights on how detecting incidents of compromise using network traffic - which sees all malicious activities - can help your organization uncover and stop advanced threats more effectively. Sam Curry of Arbor Networks and Doug Cahill of Enterprise Strategy Group will discuss:
The fatal flaw in many organizations' cybersecurity investment plans;
The power of new network traffic security analytics;
How organizations are maximizing their spend - and security - with smart new investments in these emerging solutions.
Enterprise organizations spend millions of dollars on security technologies like antivirus software, firewalls, IDS/IPS, and SIEM systems, yet they continue to experience cyber-attacks and data breaches. Can adding additional data analytics capabilities help address this issue?
There are lots of security analytics technologies to choose from, but network traffic security analytics systems have some distinct advantages. Since malicious activities crisscross over networks, network traffic security analytics can act as a source of truth for modelling normal network behavior, detecting anomalies, investigating malicious patterns, and hunting for stealthy cyber-attacks in progress.
Cahill is a senior analyst covering cybersecurity at Enterprise Strategy Group drawing upon more than 25 years of industry experience across a broad range of cloud, host, and network-based products and markets. Prior to joining ESG, Cahill held executive leadership positions at security firms Threat Stack and Bit9, where he launched market leading products and forged strategic partnerships. Over the course of his career, Cahill has also served in product management, marketing, and business development roles for storage management, networking, and database vendors, and started his career in IT as a business analyst.
Chief Security Officer, Cybereason
Sam Curry is CSO at Cybereason and is a Visiting Fellow at the National Security Institute. Previously, Sam was CTO and CISO for Arbor Networks(NetScout) and was CSO and SVP R&D at Microstrategy in addition to senior, security roles at McAfee and CA. He spent 7 years at RSA (the Security Division of EMC, where he was a distinguished engineer and Fellow nominee) as Chief Technologist and SVP of Product. Sam also has over 20 patents in security from his time as a security architect, has been a leader in two successful startups and is a board member of the Cybersecurity Coalition, of SSH Communications and of Sequitur Labs (in the IoT security space) in addition to a number of advisor-ships across the security spectrum.