Charting The Course for Cybersecurity

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David Hatfield, Co-CEO - Lacework | Jim Langevin, US Representative - RI | Suzanne Spaulding, Senior Advisor - CSIS

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How is the evolving nature of increased security threats impacting our daily lives? How are governments and businesses responding to these issues? Axios Tech and Policy Reporter Ashley Gold, Managing Editor for Politics Margaret Talev, and Contributor Chris Frates hosted one-on-one conversations with industry experts to explore these topics and get their perspectives on the outlook for cybersecurity in 2022. Watch the on-demand virtual event to hear: - Rep. Jim Langevin (D-R.I.) highlights priorities for creating intel sharing standards for companies, the presence of bipartisan support for cybersecurity legislation, and current vulnerabilities for the U.S. regarding Russian cyberattacks. - Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) senior adviser Suzanne Spaulding discusses her take on the Biden administration’s cybersecurity priorities, the cybersecurity concerns that exist around the upcoming Olympics in China, and the evolving nature of threats over the course of her career. - Lacework Co-Chief Executive Officer David Hatfield emphasizes the cybersecurity challenges associated with a rapid transition to the cloud.

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Lacework is the security company for the cloud. The Lacework Cloud Security Platform is offered as-a-Service and delivers build-time to run-time threat detection, behavioral anomaly detection, and cloud compliance across AWS, GCP, Azure, and Kubernetes services, workloads, and containers. Trusted by enterprise customers worldwide, Lacework significantly drives down costs and risk, and removes the burden of unnecessary toil, rule writing, and inaccurate alerts.