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Preparing For The Future Of Online Threats

Gaze into the crystal balls of a panel of forward-thinking security experts during Dark Reading's virtual event Nov. 15.

Where will cybercrime be in three years? In five? And what new exploits will attackers be using and vulnerabilities will they be seeing? Join me and a panel of industry security thought leaders as we ponder the future of online attacks – and how your organization can prepare today for tomorrow’s new exploits.

My guests include Cheryl Biswas, cybersecurity analyst for threat intel at KPMG; Keith Brogan, managing director, Deloitte Cyber Risk Services; Thom Bailey, head of product marketing for endpoint, Sophos Central, and security analytics, Sophos; and Brian NeSmith, co-founder and CEO, Arctic Wolf.

We’ll be tackling a range of critical questions and issues, among them,

  • Where the new battlegrounds are in terms of actors - hackers, criminals, nation states - and threats;
  • How to build a security organization and integrate actionable intelligence into daily operations;
  • What technology breakthroughs are on the horizon and how that will change cyber defense;
  • Future-proofing the human failures in online attacks.  

I hope you’ll join me tomorrow, November 15, from 3:45pm – 4:30pm ET for the "The Future Of The Online Threat" panel during Dark Reading's virtual event, Rethinking Your Enterprise IT Security Strategy. It’s free to register and you can chat online with the panelists immediately after the session.

For more information on keynote speakers and other discussion topics, check out the information below:

Dark Reading's all-day virtual event Nov. 15 offers an in-depth look at myths surrounding data defense and how to put business on a more effective security path. 

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Marilyn has been covering technology for business, government, and consumer audiences for over 20 years. Prior to joining UBM, Marilyn worked for nine years as editorial director at TechTarget Inc., where she launched six Websites for IT managers and administrators supporting ... View Full Bio
 

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