Editorial

Choose from these three great sessions at Think Cybersecurity for Government

Tomorrow morning is the first ever virtual Think Cybersecurity for Government event and as well as our main stream content we also have three great breakout sessions for delegates to choose from.

Posted 30 November 2020 by Matt Stanley


Delegates at tomorrows public sector Cybersecurity conference can choose to view one of the following three breakout sessions to gain some great insight into a variety of topics from our event partners.

Seminar 1:

THE POWER OF A UNIFIED PLATFORM – RETHINKING SECURITY WITH CROSS PLATFORM VISIBILITY AND CONTROL

In this short but informative session Oliver Cronk the Chief Architect, EMEA at Tanium will talk about why a unified approach to endpoint management and security are critical. The 3 Ps of People, Process and Platform – are key to rethinking security during challenging times but also to prepare for the continued digital transformation and cost challenges that lie ahead.

Seminar 2:

KNOW YOUR ADVERSARIES THROUGH GENETIC ANALYSIS – A STRATEGIC ADVANTAGE FOR NATIONAL CERTS

Intezer Analyze automates some of the most advanced assignments government agencies face today, including malware classification and attribution, memory analysis, and reverse engineering.

Join this demo session presented by Ari Eitan, VP Research at Intezer to learn more.

Seminar 3:

TRANSACTION AND ATTACK PATTERNS IN GLOBAL CYBERCRIME

During a turbulent period for the global digital economy, fraudsters have continued to adapt, evolve and pivot attacks to target the lowest hanging fruit. Government support packages, new-to-digital consumers and an online environment that has had to quickly replace many physical stores, have created opportunities that cybercriminals seek to exploit. 

Join Ellie Burns from LexisNexis® Risk Solutions to learn about the latest transaction and attack patterns in global cybercrime from the LexisNexis® Risk Solutions Digital Identity Network® between January and June 2020.

If you haven’t registered to attend tomorrows virtual conference, there is still time, simply click this link and register today!