Attack Path Modeling: Giving the Good Guys the Advantage

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For decades, cyber-attackers have appeared to have the upper hand in an ever-changing and increasingly sophisticated information risk landscape. Some would argue that organized cybercriminals have more effectively leveraged information sharing to their advantage. But what could tip the scales in the other direction? A challenge facing Chief Information Security Officers is how to help senior executives and Boards of Directors understand and visualize the real risks that face their specific organizations. Beyond general vulnerabilities, what would the intent of the attacker be? What paths may they take to cause the most disruption to the business, the most damage to systems, or even the most danger to infrastructure safety? Applying cutting-edge research in attack path modeling led Darktrace to use AI to discover, simulate, and prioritize cyber risk from inside a company. Hear from two top security executives whose teams are testing new technologies in these areas and how this goes far beyond new shiny products to continuously test controls to mitigate real-world risks and finally give defenders the advantage. Moderator: Nicole Eagan, Chief Strategy Officer & AI Officer, Darktrace Panelist: Martin Sloan, Director of Security, Drax Group Panelist: Mike Beck, Global Chief Information Security Officer, Darktrace

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