It’s important to protect all of your devices, but with servers, the stakes can be stratospheric. Hackers who compromise a server can potentially harvest data for years and gain access to devices, processes and information throughout an organization — a nightmare scenario. A panel of experts discussed the threat to servers in a recent webinar hosted by AppGuard & Carahsoft.
Reports of covertly adding chips to motherboards for industrial espionage require CISO’s to ask their peers and teams ‘what are the Chinese actually doing to steal data from organizations like ours’ and ‘what should we be doing to counter their efforts’? Enterprises targeted by China can get the answers and insights they seek from the panel Carahsoft and AppGuard have assembled. Hosted by Mike Lyons of CBS News, it features experts from the intelligence community, cybersecurity policy, and cybersecurity technology.
Donald J. Welch, Penn State, CISO
Anthony Cruz, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, Cyber Thought Leader
Moderator: Neal Conlon, AppGuard Inc, VP Business Development
The CISO panel explored the challenges of 2018 and what remedies and priorities they consider important for 2019. Many enterprise cyber symptoms stem from inattention to basic blocking and tackling as well as under-utilization of existing tools. Flawed risk alignment contributes to these and other even greater issues. The panel also explored how the human factor affects cyber programs. They prescribed remedies to these matters that can be pursued in 2019 as well as shared what they expect to see next year.