Data-Driven Defense Evangelist at Clearwater
Roger A. Grimes, CPA, CISSP, CEH, MCSE, CISA, CISM, CNE, yada, yada, is the author of 12 books and over 1100 national magazine articles on computer security, specializing in host security and preventing hacker and malware attacks. Roger is a frequent speaker at national computer security conferences and was the weekly security columnist at InfoWorld and CSO magazines between 2005 – 2019. He has worked at some of the world’s largest computer security companies, including, Foundstone, McAfee, and Microsoft. Roger is frequently interviewed and quoted in the media including Newsweek, CNN, NPR, and WSJ. His presentations are fast-paced and filled with useful facts and recommendations.
Session: How to Improve Any Defense
Imagine two armies, one good and one evil, fighting a long war. The bad army is having success on the right flank of battle. In response, the good army puts more troops and resources on the left flank of battle or perhaps starts lining troops up vertically in the middle because they heard of a possible pending attack there. They do everything but put more resources on the right flank, and wonder why they are losing. This allegory perfectly describes most computer security defenses, which put the wrong defenses in the wrong places in the wrong amounts. It doesn’t have to be this way. Learn how to use better risk and data analytics to craft a data-driven computer security defense, one that is more efficient and timely. Learn what is wrong with most defenses, how it got that way, and how to fix it. You can fight a better fight. Come and learn how!
• The Problems
• How It Got That Way
• How to Fix It
• How to Implement a Better Plan
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