Rethinking Cybersecurity: 5 Keys to Developing Systems Resiliency
Cybersecurity has never been more challenging. The on-going emergence of advanced persistent threats and other sophisticated attacks have made it more difficult than ever for agencies to develop strategies for protecting their systems. Further, the systems themselves are increasingly complex, increasing the potential for security gaps. How can agencies do a more effective job at using the tools, techniques and technologies at their disposal to secure mission-critical systems?
In this webcast, hear as Ron Ross, a Fellow at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and one of the most influential experts on cybersecurity in the federal government, will discuss 5 keys to building resiliency into systems from the beginning–making security a by-product of good design and development practices not an add-on or afterthought.
Topics to be covered include:
- How to break down institutional barriers to more effectively integrate cyber security requirements and practices into mainstream organizational processes.
- How to more effectively communicate the modern cyber threat and organizational vulnerabilities to C-Suite executives.
- How to reduce and manage the growing complexity of IT infrastructures.
- How to increase the trustworthiness and resilience of enterprise IT systems.
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