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Webinar: Core Capabilities for Thwarting Cybercrime

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Bromium has invited Nicolas Chaillan, a global cybersecurity expert who most recently served as Special Advisor for Cybersecurity and Chief Architect for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, to share the work he recently completed at the agency. There, he was responsible for putting together the "ultimate" security stack recommendation for the U.S. government. Amazingly, when he developed the plan, he did so making sure it works for both the public and private sector.

As we've learned in the last few days thanks to the Intel chip vulnerability, cybersecurity requires a complicated, multi-layered strategy that impacts all aspects of the business, including end users.  

Nicolas stripped away the complexity, studied the research and based on his expertise, he developed a set of Core Capabilities that deliver sophisticated security; designed so you can crawl, walk and then run based on your organization's security needs. Not surprising, containers - or virtualization-based security - has a role in his security stack strategy. This is information that's essential if you're looking for what's next to protect your company or agency.

Join this live webinar scheduled for January 31, 5pm UK | Noon ET | 9am PT. 

If you can't make the live event, they will send you both the recording and the whitepaper that accompanies the presentation.

Join and learn:

  • Why attacks are becoming more sophisticated thereby driving the need a change
  • The Core Capabilities every organization should implement as part of their security stack
  • How to reduce risk and protect intellectual property using network and application segmentation
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Published Tuesday, January 23, 2018 2:03 PM by David Marshall
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