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Four Stages for Government Security Teams to Manage Risk

To achieve comprehensive and effective cybersecurity, organizations first need to understand where they reside on the security maturity curve.

Gain the insights you need by listening to this webinar, 4 Steps to Government Security, available on demand. Moderated by CSO, the webinar features a fireside chat with Cam Beasley, CISO of the University of Texas at Austin and Splunk, who examine the security challenges facing highly regulated organizations today, and explain how to leverage data from a broad range of sources to improve your security posture.

Featuring:

Cam Beasley,
CISO,
UT Austin

Jae Lee,
Director, Product Marketing,
Splunk Inc.
Recorded Apr 21 2020 40 mins
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    - Post-election cybersecurity lessons for tech leaders

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    - Mick Baccio, Security Advisor, Splunk

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