Presented by Darin R. Haines, Senior Vice President, Global Consulting at MCPc
The average enterprise security team has more solutions in its arsenal than ever before. Many statistics indicated that companies have more than 70 unique security applications and tools in place. While chief information security officers and their teams may be drowning in technology, the enterprise isn’t becoming more secure. The truth is that the vast majority of data breaches can be prevented with basic actions, such as vulnerability assessments, patching and proper configurations. An Online Trust Alliance study estimated that 93 percent of reported incidents could have been avoided with basic cyber hygiene best practices, a figure that remains largely unchanged in the past decade. This session will force participants to question if they are looking at cybersecurity the wrong way, and challenge their thinking.
- Better understand basic cyber hygiene practices and how to implement them.
- Gain perspective on where cyber-attacks are originating and how they are entering the enterprise.
- Challenge conventional thinking on cybersecurity and receive a basic cyber hygiene maturity score.
Darin Haines is the Senior Vice President, Global Consulting at MCPc, a global technology company that improves the security and financial well-being of it’s clients by protecting their data and devices to reduce business risk. In this role, Darin leads the consulting services and sales for projects spanning security, enduser compute, mobile, and cloud technologies.