SANS Ask the Expert Webcast – Implementing Lessons learned from threat patterns on the endpoint
Rajiv Raghunarayan, Jake Williams
To quote Sun Tzu, “If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the results of a hundred battles.” According to Verizon’s DBIR, nearly 90% of successful endpoint compromises included ransomware, spearphishing, credential theft and social engineering. Technologies such as the browser are widely used and play a crucial role in early stages of many intrusions.
As businesses continue to adopt the cloud, and employees migrate to remote working, it is time to reconsider how we approach security. Traditional security models while useful, have stretched our resources and sometimes lulled us into a false sense of security. Its time to ask some basic questions, to revisit some basic assumptions.
Attendees at this webcast will learn:
- Why do endpoint breaches still occur?
- How is the cloud changing our approach to security?
- Maximizing your security ROI when you live in the cloud
- How is the new normal affecting security?
- Do new technological models minimize risk?
Rajiv serves as the Senior Vice President of Products and Marketing at Cyberinc and heads the product management, marketing and strategic alliances functions. Rajiv has more than two decades of experience in technology and marketing leadership positions at companies such as SentinelOne, FireEye and Cisco. His past experience includes areas of network security, email security, endpoint security, network management and WAN optimization. He holds a master’s degree in software systems from Birla Institute of Technology, Pilani, and an MBA from UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business.
Jake Williams is a SANS analyst, senior SANS instructor, course author and designer of several NetWars challenges for use in SANS’ popular, “gamified” information security training suite. Jake spent more than a decade in information security roles at several government agencies, developing specialties in offensive forensics, malware development and digital counterespionage. Jake is the founder of Rendition InfoSec, which provides penetration testing, digital forensics and incident response, expertise in cloud data exfiltration, and the tools and guidance to secure client data against sophisticated, persistent attacks on-premises and in the cloud.