Is it really over when you are hacked? Or is it only over when our adversary has secured their impact and actions on objective? Perimeters are bound to be broken, but our game-over" scenarios should still be defended. We need to not only protect our inside, but carefully define what exactly are we defending? What has the highest impact on our organization, and from there on carefully architect our defenses to ensure we can always survive, even if we get hacked.
We have learned that the perimeter has changed. We have a blend of inside and outside, often caused by a range of Software as a Service, Cloud Services, remote workers and more. So how do we stay secure? Come attend this forum to learn tactics, techniques and procedures we can employ to help us stay strong and secure.
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