The Primary Colors of Cybersecurity: Red, Blue and Purple Teams

Presented by

Ed Adams, CEO, Security Innovation

About this talk

In the military world, Attack (Red) & Defend (Blue) Teams conduct internal “war games” to assess preparedness and resiliency. In the cybersecurity world, they work the same way; however, the joining of forces has produced a new color - purple. Typically, these colors existing in the domain of the InfoSec team. But what about teams that build and/or operate IT systems? They tend to be color blind — neither Red nor Blue nor Purple. There’s tremendous value in teaching build and operate teams attack and defend tactics - attend this talk to hear 3 experts explain why.

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