Many organizations’ IT-Security tools are outmoded. We are still using standard security methods, like least privilege access, multi-factor authentication, and manual threat hunting to keep organizations secure, but these are table stakes and no longer enough to keep businesses safe. Hybrid WFH environments have increased attack surfaces, the number of devices with the proliferation of IoT and BYOD have exponentially increased, and hackers are exploiting vulnerabilities 6 times faster than they are being patched. A paradigm shift in advancing IT-Security must occur if we are to keep pace with our adversaries, and it all starts with examining trust.
The panel will give insights on:
- How can we leverage new technologies to get closer to achieving zero trust?
- What new solutions are being considered and/or implemented to decrease the time it takes for humans to make better decisions?
- AI has provided new capabilities. What matters most to IT-Security leaders when trying to enhance cybersecurity posture?