Incident Detection and Response: Getting Into the Mindset of an Attacker

Presented by

Tod Beardsley, Rapid7 | Chad Kliewer, Pioneer | Steve Winterfeld, Akamai

About this talk

A Guide to Operational Security in 2021: Episode 4 Nowadays, it's not a question of if you'll be breached, but when. Therefore, you need the people, processes, and technology in place to respond quickly and efficiently to attacks. While breaches have become a certainty, by adopting the mindset of an attacker, you can detect breaches in your network before they’re able to cause damage. This approach to incident detection and response directly informs the software and services needed to equip security professionals to do their best work. In this session, we will discuss: - Why it is so important to have an incident detection and response program before you are compromised - The kinds of technology solutions needed to support your organization - The value of incident detection solutions that adopt the mindset of an attacker, and what this can do for your business Speakers: - Tod Beardsley, Director of Research at Rapid7 - Chad Kliewer, Information Security Officer at Pioneer - Steve Winterfeld, Advisory CISO at Akamai

Related topics:

More from this channel

Upcoming talks (7)
On-demand talks (420)
Subscribers (36059)
Rapid7 is creating a more secure digital future for all by helping organizations strengthen their security programs in the face of accelerating digital transformation. Our portfolio of best-in-class solutions empowers security professionals to manage risk and eliminate threats across the entire threat landscape from apps to the cloud to traditional infrastructure to the dark web. We foster open source communities and cutting-edge research–using these insights to optimize our products and arm the global security community with the latest in attackers methods. Trusted by more than 10,000 customers worldwide, our industry-leading solutions and services help businesses stay ahead of attackers, ahead of the competition, and future-ready for what’s next.