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Today’s threat landscape is broad and sophisticated, and the consequences for failing to adequately protect against threats and respond appropriately when an attack is underway are far reaching. SecureAuth and Core Security deliver to enterprise-class organizations a discover, secure & protect, and respond capability that is only possible with vulnerability, endpoint, and network security fused with a strong identity protection framework.

Identity-based security automation is a new category that reflects the challenges of a silo’ed approach to enterprise security. Automation in the security operations center (SOC) is the inevitable result of increasingly sophisticated technologies and automation is only possible when false positive and negative results are minimal and the response action is precise and coordinated to minimize restrictions on legitimate access to enterprise resources.

SecureAuth and Core Security customers attending the CONNECT event will hear from company leaders, respected speakers, and industry peers on this new approach to the threat landscape. Product sessions will dive into details on current and future products, and research team members will be available to discuss new technologies. 


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Wednesday, October 18 • 1:00pm - 1:45pm
How to Defeat the Vulnerability Hydra

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Vulnerability Management is like a Hydra, chop off one head and two more grow back. It is impossible to keep up. How do you prioritize? How can you get ahead? Maybe “ahead” is too ambitious - but what about drastically reducing risk? One way to make an impact is with attack path mapping. Allowing VM teams to quickly identify the weak device in the chain on how an attacker could move laterally to the so called “Crown Jewels.” In this session, users will learn the best practices on how to ingest router and firewall data for better attack path mapping and how to quickly break the chain in the attack path, allowing you to sever the head of the Hydra. 

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Andy Nickel

Sales Engineer, Core Security

Wednesday October 18, 2017 1:00pm - 1:45pm EDT
Ellington Salon C