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A New Vision for CISOs – Unprecedented Visibility of Your Attack Surface

In today’s complex security landscape, networks are getting larger and more complicated, creating myriad holes in defenses, while cyberattacks are increasing in sophistication and persistence. CISOs are challenged to centralize security and gain visibility over the attack surface, the ways in which their IT systems are vulnerable to threats, including potential attack vectors.

According to a 2015 Gartner report1, enterprises are shifting security budgets to security management platforms that integrate existing technologies, unify data from multiple vendors, provide greater insight through advanced analytics and enable security operations teams to automate and prioritize activities.

Register today to learn how to:

* Visualize and analyze your attack surface with an interactive model that links network topology, network connections, business units and organizational hierarchy

* Categorize Indicators of Exposure (IOEs), rank the severity of those IOEs and display the data in a format understandable to both technical and business-oriented viewers

* Drill down with interactive tools to get quick summaries of actionable intelligence; pinpoint and protect the systems most vulnerable to threats

* Systematically manage and reduce the attack surface by allocating security resources to where they are most needed

1 Gartner Innovation Tech Insight for Security Operations, Analytics and Reporting, Oliver Rochford and Paul E. Proctor. November 11, 2015.

Join Skybox Security and (ISC)2 on April 12, 2016 at 1PM (GMT+8; Hong Kong, Singapore, Beijing) for a discussion on this topic.
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Michael Bruchanski, Director of Product Marketing, Skybox Security; Chuan Wei Hoo, Technical Advisor, (ISC)2
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