Adrian Sanabria, Sr. Security Analyst, 451 Research; Amrit Williams, CTO, CloudPassage
2014 could have easily been called, “The year of the biggest security breaches since the beginning of forever.” But given current security practices and technologies, many of the breaches could have been prevented. So why weren’t they?
Many of the affected companies fell into a very common trap, thinking that if a company goes to the trouble to be legally compliant then it will be effectively “secure.” Unfortunately, as with many kinds of regulations, legal compliance really represents the absolute least amount of effort required. If companies want to give themselves the best chance to avoid the very severe consequences that come with a major breach, there are five practices they need to put in place now.
Join Adrian Sanabria, Senior Security Analyst at 451 Research, and Amrit Williams, CTO of CloudPassage, on this webinar to learn
· Possible gaps left by the compliance-first approach to security
· How to limit vulnerabilities across traditional, virtual and cloud infrastructures
· Five best practices to avoid a major security breach in 2015