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Seeing Into Security 'Blind Spots' With Bay Dynamics' Gautam Aggarwal

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Gautam Aggarwal, CMO of Bay Dynamics, visits Dark Reading News Desk to explain that its important to not just develop a cybersecurity strategy, but to also better understand what your security blind spots are so you can effectively manage risk.

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s_phish
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s_phish,
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9/1/2015 | 1:07:56 PM
Interesting product
UBAs are a very up and coming topic. This looks like some interesting stuff and a new approach to security. I am curious to see how this company moves forward in the space. How come no one has thought of this before?
mattwilliamsfromseattle
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8/31/2015 | 10:59:05 PM
Blind Spot Visibility
It is interesting to work in cybersecurity to see how the less "mature" organizations, oftentimes will think they have less blindspots.
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8/31/2015 | 8:36:47 PM
Its good to know what you don't know!
Interesting perspective. What keeps me up at night as a security practitioner is the "I don't know what I don't know' set of facts. Just yesterday was having a talk with some senior executives about vendors in our eco systems. How much we depend on that but also how they can be our weakest link when it comes to cyberseurity.  

 

 
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