Vulnerability is the new normal! Organizations must be at the top of their game in order to protect data, infrastructure and digital commodities in our increasingly risk-laden cyber landscape.
Attend the virtual Argyle CISO Leadership Forum on July 6, 2023 to learn how top companies are addressing increased security challenges in order to better defend against threats, reduce risk profiles, and meet cybersecurity challenges head-on.
Topics covered in this timely event will include:
The US government unveiled its National Cybersecurity Strategy in March 2023, reclassifying ransomware attacks as a national security threat and holding firms responsible for building solutions that will withstand malicious actors. Yet, ransomware attacks continue to rise!
Defending your organization’s data is more critical than ever. As ransomware tactics and techniques continued to evolve, IT leaders must create a company-wide culture of security and a comprehensive playbook that takes into consideration how ransomware operators, affiliates, and initial access brokers run their attacks.
Attend this keynote presentation to learn:
Private Sector Coordinator
Malicious actors are so persistent and so numerous that the only way to guard against them is to automate key security functions. Automation is a force multiplier against the threats facing your business, but are you taking full advantage of it? What security tasks can automation take off of your plate, and what tasks does your team need to do? Just as importantly, how can you explain these key differences to your leadership in a way that supports thoughtful decision making?
Join our panel of expert information security practitioners to learn the ways that security automation both can and can’t protect your enterprise.
You will also learn:
Chief Information Security Officer / Cyber Intel Officer
Sr. Director, Cybersecurity & Security Operations
Global CTO & CIO, SVP Connected Technology
Vice President, Chief Information Security Officer
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CISOs across the country are taking an increasingly proactive approach to risk management. Rather than waiting for malicious actors to attack, smart CISOs think about how to reduce the risk of malicious action before it happens. Improved threat intelligence, active configuration management and multi-factor authentication are some of the many tools for reducing risk, but how can CISOs like you find the suite of risk reduction tools that meets their needs?
Join this keynote presentation to learn how to get ahead of the risks that threaten your business.
You will also learn:
Senior Technical Program Manager, Cybersecurity and Compliance
Cloud security is very different than traditional datacenter or on-premise network security. The architecture is more segmented, you share security responsibilities with the cloud provider, the servers are spinning up and down on a regular basis so the environment is dynamic, and security visibility and logging are anything but straightforward.
Add to these challenges the myriad of variations based on which Cloud provider you use and you have a pefect storm of risks, threats and cybersecurity complexities.
Attend this session to learn how cloud security is different than traditional network security, and:
VP, Information Security/CISO, Healthcare Enterprises
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