Register by tomorrow to save $300 on cutting-edge cyber security training at SANS Miami 2020!

Webcasts

To attend this webcast, login to your SANS Account or create your Account.

2016 Cybersecurity Trends Year in Review: Avoiding the Threats and Mistakes of 2016 to Have a More Secure 2017

  • Tuesday, December 13th, 2016 at 1:00 PM EST (18:00:00 UTC)
  • John Pescatore
This webcast has been archived. You can view the webcast presentation and download the slides by logging into your SANS Portal Account or creating an Account. Click the Register Now button after you have logged in to view the Webcast.

Sponsors

  • Veracode
  • LightCyber

You can now attend the webcast using your mobile device!

Overview

Nothing stands still in cybersecurity. Threats change constantly, but equally as importantly business demands and information technology advance just as rapidly. 2016 was no different new threats such as ransomware and new threat delivery vectors resulted in a continuing stream of breach announcements. Business use of cloud and mobile applications grew dramatically, often exposing gaps in business and government security processes and controls.

The good news is security solutions can move equally rapidly for every breach in the press, a dozen other companies mitigated the threat and avoided the headlines. There are many lessons to learned by looking at What Worked in cybersecurity. Join John Pescatore SANS Director of Emerging security trends to take a look back at the positive and negative trends of 2016 and hear projections of What Will Work in 2017 and discussion of how to avoid the mistakes of the past and the threats of the future.

Speaker Bio

John Pescatore

John Pescatore joined SANS as director of emerging security trends in January 2013 after more than 13 years as lead security analyst for Gartner, running consulting groups at Trusted Information Systems and Entrust, 11 years with GTE, and service with both the National Security Agency, where he designed secure voice systems, and the U.S. Secret Service, where he developed secure communications and surveillance systems and "the occasional ballistic armor installation." John has testified before Congress about cybersecurity, was named one of the 15 most-influential people in security in 2008 and is an NSA-certified cryptologic engineer.

Need Help? Visit our FAQ page or email webcast-support@sans.org.

Not able to attend a SANS webcast? All Webcasts are archived so you may view and listen at a time convenient to your schedule. View our webcast archive and access webcast recordings/PDF slides.