Everything Is Connected: The Role We All Play in Stopping Zero-Day Attacks

Presented by

Marci McCarthy CEO T.E.N., Kevin Gowen CISOSynovus, Eric Meyers CISONY Power Auth, J.R. Wikes Cyber Principal Eng, FireEye

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Given their nature, zero-day attacks are inherently unpredictable to prepare for and defend against, offering the path of least resistance for threat actors. Because security teams are improving protections against threat actors, these actors are adapting to sneak attack, or engineered, methods, particularly targeting remote workers and OT environments. Now more than ever, everyone has an important role in strengthening the kill chain. Organizations are encouraged to support these efforts wherever possible. In addition to adopting new guidelines, they should look to partner with cybersecurity vendors that participate in industry alliances and work closely with government agencies and law enforcement, as these alliances allow them to further align cybersecurity forces to defeat adversaries. Shared data and collaboration can enable more effective responses and better predict future techniques to deter adversary efforts. Join our conversation to discuss how organizations can mitigate zero-day attacks by cultivating a culture of cybersecurity; building trusted partnerships with law enforcement, government agencies and solution providers; and taking a Zero Trust approach with automated detection and AI.
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