Playing to Win – Designing Protection Based on Mob Rules
Conventional wisdom dictates it should be possible to have virtual security in cyberspace. However, with its competing authorities, responsibilities, and domains, it is untenable to fully secure cyberspace. Even if it were technically possible, would we have what it takes to secure the Internet? The
Conventional wisdom dictates it should be possible to have virtual security in cyberspace. However, with its competing authorities, responsibilities, and domains, it is untenable to fully secure cyberspace. Even if it were technically possible, would we have what it takes to secure the Internet? The level of commitment required, the appetite for risk and the willingness to “do what it takes” to get the job done is not present within the cyber security community of interest.
So what would it take to effectively secure the Internet or at least the portion of the network relevant to you? Thinking outside of the norm, what would happen if the Corleone or Soprano Family governed the Internet? Could the fictional scenario of a made for movie mafia families do what can’t be done with current technology and policy?
We will explore how the Mafia family dynamic can be applied to securing each segment of their cyber ecosystem. Their methods, while brutal and sometimes unprovoked, are effective. If you are going to play, play to win!
RecordedFeb 27 2012
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Le 18 février, nous avons lancé notre série de webinaires intitulée « Assumption of Attack » illustrant la protection exhaustive et avancée qu'offre notre suite logicielle Smart Protection Suite, une solution particulièrement efficace face aux cybercriminels.
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Que vous souhaitiez mettre l'accent sur la sécurité des environnements physiques, virtuels ou cloud, vous découvrirez comment protéger vos données et éviter les interruptions d'activité tout en vous conformant aux réglementations.
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Join Julian Matossian, Senior Product Manager, and Nick Kelly, Director of Product Marketing, as they delve into the current state of network visibility: the challenges, blind spots, and most importantly, the solutions to help illuminate your network.
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Aloysius Tan, Product Manager, Advisen
Chad Hemenway, Managing Editor, Advisen (moderator)
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Josh Corman, Director of Security Intelligence, Akamai Technologies
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Andrew Hay, CloudPassage, Michael Schell, Wavestrong; Stuart McClure, Cylance; Matt Johansen, WhiteHat Security
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Daniel Blander, Organizer, BSides LA (moderator)
Andrew Hay, Chief Evangelist, CloudPassage
Michael Schell, Regional Sales Manager, Wavestrong
Stuart McClure, CEO, Cylance
Matt Johansen, Manager - Threat Research Center, WhiteHat Security