Threatscape 2008: New security approaches for a dangerous world
Date: March 26, 2008
12:00 pm US Eastern
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A. N. Ananth, Co-founder and CEO, Prism Microsystems (bio)
Mike Rothman, President and Principal Analyst, Security Incite (bio)
David A. Kelly
Evolving security threats such as targeted attacks and a rise in insider abuse has doubled the cost of a security breach to an average of $350,000 per incident -- just in the last 12 months.
These threats are changing the security management arena:
- It is no longer possible to remain invisible
- Being small does not insulate you from attacks
- "Do-nothing" is the most dangerous tactic
Integrated solutions that include change detection, log management and correlation features offer a practical way for administrators to manage business critical IT assets.
Join Security Incite's Mike Rothman and security expert A. N. Ananth to learn Defense against the Dark Arts: which features are critical and practical approaches to navigating the threatscape.
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Featured Speaker Bios:
A. N. Ananth is the co-founder and CEO of Prism Microsystems, Inc. Ananth is a leading expert in IT compliance with over 20 years experience in IT-control and operations. He has consulted for many companies on their compliance strategy, audit policy and automated reporting processes. Ananth was one of the original architects of the EventTracker product offering, Prism's enterprise log management solution, and remains active in strategic product direction at Prism.
Mike Rothman is a monthly columnist for ebizQ and host of ebizQ’s Mike Rothman Security Report, a monthly podcast. Mike is ebizQ’s senior security analyst and is a frequent speaker and moderator for enterprise security-related ebizQ Webinars.
Mike is president and principal analyst of Security Incite, an industry analyst firm in Atlanta, and the author of The Pragmatic CSO: 12 Steps to Being a Security Master. Get more information about the Pragmatic CSO, read his blog, or reach him via e-mail at email@example.com.
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