RISK 2019 – Flipping the Cyberdefense Equation to Tip the Scales Back in Our Favor – Carbon Black
At RISK 2019, Carbon Black’s Regional Director, Samuel Linford, will deliver a presentation on the main stage on the topic of “Flipping the Cyberdefense Equation to Tip the Scales Back in Our Favor” on the 2nd day of the event, the 21th of March 2019 at 11:00 CET.
Short presentation abstract:
Far too often, the cybersecurity industry focuses too heavily on all the advantages attackers have. We’ve all heard the saying: “Defenders have to be right 100% of the time while attackers only have to be right once.” Well, what if we could flip that equation?
As defenders, we have the home field advantage, so why does it seem like we are consistently losing? In order to shift this model and tip the scales back in our favor, we need to be thinking about “Disruption in Depth” rather than just “Defense in Depth.” We need to be making attackers’ lives significantly harder. Attackers make mistakes all the time. Let’s make them have to be 100% right all the time instead of us.
Join Carbon Black’s Regional Director, Sam Linford, as he reveals the reality behind the modern threat landscape and uncovers what security teams can do today to tip these scales and make attacking your organisation exponentially more difficult for attackers.
Short speaker presentation:
Samuel Linford is a Regional Director for Carbon Black. Carbon Black, provides endpoint security solutions including threat prevention and visibility for Enterprise size organisations. Sam’s role is to aid in the delivery of the Carbon Black technology across the EMEA region by bringing together highly skilled Security Operation Centers, Business partners and integrators with the right technology, preventing the most attacks.
Having been involved in the IT Security solutions arena for 15 years, Sam has had the opportunity to have worked in a number of different roles including deeply technical services and commercial delivery.
Throughout Sam’s security career he has had a significant focus working with government and financial enterprise organisations. Sam’s experience has given him a strong awareness of the security concerns shared across organisations large or small.