Jason Farmer will Explain How Organizations can Protect Against Global Pandemics like WannaCry Using Intelligence-Driven Risk Management
SUNNYVALE , Calif. – Oct. 9, 2018 – RiskSense®, Inc., pioneering risk-based vulnerability prioritization and management, today announced that Jason Farmer will present a session on the real-world application of risk analytics to predict threats and remediate security vulnerabilities before they are used in global cyber attacks at the 2018 Rhode Island Cybersecurity Summit.
WHO: Jason Farmer, Senior Solutions Manager at RiskSense, is an expert in cyber security risk management, privacy and compliance. He has held senior technical engineering positions at leading security vendors including Arbor Networks, the security division of NETSCOUT, RSA Security, Promisec, NetIQ, RedSeal Systems and McAfee.
WHAT: The widespread adoption of cloud, mobile and IoT technologies by organizations has created a sprawling IT attack surface that needs to be protected from cyber threats. Fixing every existing vulnerability in these infrastructures is unfeasible and impossible. In this presentation, Jason will use real world case studies from RiskSense customers to demonstrate how intelligence-driven risk analytics can be used to predict impending global cyber attacks and identify the vulnerabilities they will exploit so organizations can prioritize and remediate them before they can be compromised.
WHEN: Thursday, October 11, 2018, 8:00-11:00 AM EDT
WHERE: 2018 Rhode Island Cybersecurity Summit, Crowne Plaza Grand Ballroom, 801 Greenwich Avenue, Warwick
HOW: To schedule a conversation with RiskSense, contact Marc Gendron at firstname.lastname@example.org or +1 781.237.0341.
About 2018 Rhode Island Cybersecurity Summit
The 2018 Rhode Island Cybersecurity Summit is sponsored by the Providence Business News and attracts cybersecurity professionals from throughout the wider Northeast region. The first half of the summit will focus on how organizations can take a more proactive approach to cyber threats and move from a detect and defend strategy to a predict and prevent strategy when designing cybersecurity plans. The second half will focus on cybersecurity best practices that all companies, no matter what size, should be employing. For more information, visit https://pbn.com/event/2018-cybersecurity-summit/.