Cook Your Dinner, Don’t Cook Your Devices

Presented by

Scott Scheferman, Principal Cyber Strategist at Eclypsium

About this talk

In this rare EC-Council event, you’ll learn how to properly select, prepare & plate an amazing rack of lamb and sides, while engaging your intellectual security side with Eclypsium. Modern organizations are in the midst of a transformation at the device level, and these changes are having profound impacts to security. No longer defined simply by corporate laptops and servers, enterprises must navigate the risk of a constantly evolving landscape targeting networking equipment, connected devices, personal-use employee devices, medical devices, as well as devices in remote work environments. Many of these devices simply can’t be managed using traditional security tools, with recent studies estimating that up to 90% of enterprise devices can’t support a traditional security agent. In this EC-Council webinar, Scott Scheferman, Principal Cyber Strategist at Eclypsium, will discuss modern attack dynamics and unique insights associated with these devices, along with the challenge of protecting the converged and connected enterprise. He’ll outline a strategy for extending visibility and security to network appliances and unmanaged devices. Scott’s presentation will be followed by conversation and a cooking demonstration by Chef Michael Leto. Register in advance to receive a list of ingredients you will need to cook along with the chef.

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