March 16, 2023 | 8:00am–12:00pm
New Brunswick, NJ
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This year’s summit will focus on the human factor in cybersecurity, showcasing solutions to protect people first and safeguarding enterprise-class environments. In addition, attendees will hear from leading security experts on the following topics:
▸ Enterprise Authentication
Helping cloud, endpoints, and the rest of IT infrastructure to recognize stolen credentials automatically, without extra devices, steps, or interruptions—enabling security staff to spot and monitor credentials in use by unauthorized users immediately. Enterprise Authentication is rooted in machine learning technology, allowing it to know when credentials and sessions are compromised. In addition, the technology understands the imperceptible patterns that mark the intended user’s keyboard, pointer, daily commute, and other movements.
▸ Cybersecurity Landscape and Outlook for 2023
Hear from a CISO who will speak to general market trends, the cybersecurity landscape, and what organizations should be aware of in 2023.
▸ 5 Common Areas Overlooked When Implementing Zero Trust
Learn about the challenges faced when organizations migrate from a legacy hardware-based approach to a Zero Trust cloud-based platform, and how to overcome them.
▸ From Kim Jong-Un to Jinping & Putin: Geopolitical Issues Creating Cyber Threats Against Your Business
“Cyber Threat Actors” are the most sophisticated criminal in the world. Gain insights as to what your business is up against, understand the incentive driving threat actors to hack your organization, and learn how to be prepared in the event you get compromised.
▸ Explaining the Unknown: How to Communicate Evasive Threats to the C-Suite
For years, communicating effectively with the C-suite and board of directors has been an ongoing exercise for security leaders and their teams. While we haven’t reached nirvana, tremendous strikes have been made. However, there are still significant communication challenges that present themselves when it comes to certain topics, such as the single biggest unknown cybersecurity threat; Highly Evasive Adaptive Threats (HEAT). While ransomware tends to make headlines and capture your C-suite’s attention, it’s HEAT attacks that make those possible. Tune in to this insightful discussion where Menlo’s Neko Papez breaks down what HEAT attacks are and how they drastically increase business risk, but most important, what can be done about them.
- 8:00am-9:00am — Registration, Breakfast, & Vendor Showcase
- 9:00am-9:20am — Cybersecurity Landscape and Outlook for 2023
- 9:20am-9:40am — 5 Common Areas Overlooked When Implementing Zero Trust
- 9:40am-10:00am — From Kim Jong-Un to Jinping & Putin: Geopolitical Issues Creating Cyber Threats Against Your Business
- 10:00am-11:00am — Break & Vendor Showcase
- 11:00am-11:20am — Explaining the Unknown: How to Communicate Evasive Threats to the C-suite
- 11:20am-11:40am — Who’s Really Using That Session? A Discussion on Continuous Behavioral Authentication
- 11:40am – Prize drawings
- 12:00pm – Event concludes