Organizations around the world have moved quickly to send users to work from home, reduce staff and take other cost-control actions. While these steps are necessary, they combine to create ideal conditions for insider threat. Organizations have dabbled in DLP (Data Loss Prevention) and UEBA (User Entity Behavior Analytics) only to realize these solutions may have shortfalls in this next-normal. Is security ready for a new approach? Where does Zero Trust need to fit into this strategy?
In this webinar, we will cover:
What risk looks like in new and evolving insider threat scenarios
How to apply Zero Trust controls to sensitive data and systems in order to control and monitor access
How to understand and apply data-centric models to gain intelligence for existing DLP and UEBA solutions
Meet the speakers:
Rob Juncker, CTO, Code42
As chief technology officer, Rob leads our software development and delivery teams. He brings more than 20 years of security, cloud, virtualization, mobile and IT management experience to Code42. Although Rob grew up as a hacker, he’s happy to be on the “good side,” working alongside many CIO’s/CISO’s of Fortune 500 companies to ensure their networks and users are secure.
Chase Cunningham, VP, Principal Analyst, Forrester
Dr. Chase Cunningham primarily contributes to Forrester’s offerings for security and risk professionals. His research guides client initiatives related to security operations center (SOC) planning and optimization, counter-threat operations, encryption, network security, and Zero Trust concepts and implementation. He helps senior technology executives with their plans to leverage comprehensive security controls and the use of a variety of standards, frameworks, and tools to enable secure business operations. His research focuses on integrating security into operations; leveraging advanced security solutions; empowering operations through artificial intelligence and machine learning; and planning for future growth within secure systems.
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