By addressing the endpoint defense, data-centric approach security and identity as perimeter, you can significantly improve the security of your organization while transitioning processes to 3rd Platform architectures. Mobility and cloud do not have to be security problem multipliers. Data and analytics can uncover Opportunity. Employees can be productive and secure, not a headache.
Digital transformation does not mean to introduce new technology upon a business or social tissue but to change the way we do and manage our business and our life. This has direct security, privacy implication and also ethical consideration should be considered. The very first point in this trip is to understand what data are, how they flow, how can be used and what is needed to protect them.
IT professionals say their top concerns for adopting cloud are related to security: security of the cloud platform itself, the ability to secure applications deployed in the cloud, and complying with data privacy laws. As organizations transition from on premises to the cloud, they are additionally challenged with maintaining a consistent security posture and transform their Security Operational Center. Oracle aligns people, process, and technology to provide integrated defense in depth at every layer of the computing stack, including SaaS, PaaS and IaaS and provide modern Cloud Security Services in order to protect users and applications and drive digital transformations more securely and quickly.
F-Secure’s The State of Cyber Security 2017 Report tells that on average time between being breached by cybercriminals and getting knowledge of it by organizations is 200 days. That’s a lot. Is there a chance to reduce that time to just 30 minutes?
Many organizations recognize and implement processes to counter insider threat, including least-privilege-access policies, separation of duties, and passwords. However, many notable security breaches of large organizations occurred because of abuse of insider privileges. Whether its malicious employees or attackers who hijack employee credentials, insider threat presents significant risk. To mitigate this risk, organizations need to do more than rely on automated policies and processes. During our session you will learn how to proactively manage security and identity risk in a centralized, structured way, and why we need a risk-based approach if we want to provide appropriate governing access to critical systems and data.
You will also learn how to avoid the common mistakes:
- Over-reliance on IT. Assume IT is responsible for knowing an employees lifecycle.
- Being reactive vs. proactive. Compliance efforts focus non-compliance and correcting after the fact.
- Lack of context. Missing approval history and risk scoring makes it hard to focus on the high-risk areas.
- Systems that are in silos. Limited visibility/control in silo IAM tools can lead to risk gaps.
In this session, learn:
· How new machine learning and mathematics are automating advanced cyber defense
· Why 100% network visibility allows you to detect threats as they happen, or before they happen
· How smart prioritization and visualization of threats allows for better resource allocation and lower risk
· Real-world examples of unknown threats detected by ‘immune system’ technology
New technologies are compelling for businesses but place extra demands on security operations by eroding traditional security approaches. Therefore new philosophy is required, focusing on how enterprises can be more proactive in addressing security. Business should focus on facilitating a shift in security mindset deserving the full engagement of senior level executives.
During our speach we will be talking about benefits of planned APT attacks on organization. We will show how a standard organization looks like in hacker's eyes, what kind of techniques he is using, on what is he focusing on, and how such an attack looks like step by step. On that base we will point a key moments in such an attack on both hackers side and defensive side.