As we have all moved to WFH, the threat landscape has dramatically changed and increased. Attackers have become more sophisticated and can easily penetrate perimeter defenses. With intrusions inevitable, your cybersecurity focus must shift beyond prevention to rapid detection, rapid isolation, and rapid mitigation of damage.
Zero Trust has emerged as a key cybersecurity philosophy to help address this threat. However, the definition of Zero Trust and a successful deployment approach is a mystery to many.
Unisys, together with LogRhythm and Blackberry Cylance, and invited Guest Speaker from Forrester, have come together to demystify Zero Trust by discussing:
1. What is Zero Trust and its various components including its alignment to the NIST-CSF
2. How one could predict and protect against common attacks such as phishing using a Zero Trust model
3. How one could detect, respond and recover from a common attack using a Zero Trust model. (Case Study examples)
4. How an organisation could embark on a successful Zero Trust journey and avoid the common pitfalls.
When you refocus your security strategy to have an active detection and response, you are able to better contain the attack before it becomes a breach and prevent data from getting into the wrong hands or intruders from gaining control of your systems. This approach will ensure compliance to industry standards and keep your organisation running while safeguarding your customers and your reputation.
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About the Speakers
Jinan Budge, Principal Analyst, Security & Risk, Forrester (Guest Speaker)
Jinan leads Forrester’s security and risk research in Asia Pacific. Jinan’s research focuses on enabling the success of the chief information security officer (CISO) role; creating transformational cybersecurity strategies; and building security awareness, behavior, and culture programs at the heart of a security strategy.
Jinan is a champion for diversity and inclusion in security and brings a local and global perspective and cultural lens to her research and practice.
Ashwin Pal, Director Cybersecurity, Unisys Asia Pacific
With more than 22 years’ experience in the IT security industry in Asia Pacific, Ashwin has hands-on experience and understanding of the evolving security challenges facing CISOs and other C-level executives from both a technical and business impact perspective. He is responsible for running the security business within the APAC region for Unisys.
Ashwin has responsibility for leading sales engagements to C level executives within the region, providing project based quality assurance, providing input into new product development, client, P&L and staff management. He is also a CISSP, CISA, CSSLP, CGEIT, CRISC, CCSK, C|CISO, PCIP, QSA PCI DSS (lapsed 04-12) and ITIL qualified professional. Ashwin is a media commentator and regularly contributes to CSO magazine.
Simon Howe, Vice President, LogRhythm APAC
Simon Howe has over 16 years of experience in IT security. He is responsible for working with the IT Security community on LogRhythm’s award-winning NextGen SIEM, empowering enterprises to measurably reduce cyber and operational risk by rapidly detecting, responding to and neutralizing damaging cyberthreats.
Prior to LogRhythm, Simon held senior management roles at Acronis and Symantec where he led the business development strategy and evolved the channel and alliance relationships within the data security and data protection community. He also oversees regional sales managers in the APAC region.
Jason Duerden, Managing Director, BlackBerry/Cylance, ANZ
As Managing Director for BlackBerry’s Spark Division, Jason Duerden is responsible for building and executing the business in Australia and New Zealand (ANZ). In this region, he drives strategy, operations and growth of BlackBerry’s next-generation platform, BlackBerry Spark.
Gergana Winzer, Industry Director of Cybersecurity, Australia and New Zealand, Unisys
As a cyber security professional for over 13 years, Gergana’s mission is to create, support and promote solutions that reduce cyber and data security risks.
Gergana is the Industry Director of Cyber Security, responsible for Australia and New Zealand at Unisys. Gergana comes from a strong business development and business growth background and her passion for the IT and cybersecurity industry has led her to be President of the ICT chapter of the Australian – Indian Business Council, ISACA Sydney Board Member most recently. Gergana is a passionate advocate and thought leader for cybersecurity and female leadership and has been a keynote speaker and panelist in a number of industry events and leading conferences in the country since 2014.