Top 5 Talks on Technology Infrastructure & Operations from RSA Conference USA 2018

Our editorial team has handpicked the best of the best talks at RSA Conference - one of the largest IT Security Conference in the world. Following is the list of top talks on Technology Infrastructure & Operations at RSA Conference USA 2018.

RSA Conference held its event in San Francisco, CA at the Moscone Center & Marriott Marquis and brought together a record number of 50,000 attendees.Attendees experienced keynotes, peer-to-peer sessions, top notch track sessions, tutorials and seminars. Keynotes, sessions and debates focused on New Attack Technique, Encryption, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Internet Of Things, Cloud Security & Virtualization & many more.

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1. Evidence-Based Security: The New Top Five Controls

Speaker: Todd Inskeep

Most cybersecurity professionals know the CIS Top Five Critical Security Controls. Yet, the evidence that they are effective is slim. Using data on cyber-incidents, researchers looked at the attack paths used by adversaries and determined what controls could have disrupted these attack paths. The result is a new set of critical controls that organizations should implement on a priority basis.

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2. Evolve or Die, How to Stop Getting Slaughtered Due to Bad Vulnerability Management

Speaker: Josh Zelonis

In the last year, we’ve seen numerous attacks with global consequences leveraging exploits against well-publicized vulnerabilities with available patches. This presentation will provide Forrester’s perspective on the challenges clients face in the vuln management space and make recommendations for improving how we prioritize and communicate vulnerability risk within our organizations.

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3. From SIEM to SOC: Crossing the Cybersecurity Chasm

Speaker: Mike Ostrowski

You own a SIEM, but to be secure, you need a Security Operations Center! How do you cross the chasm? Do you hire staff or outsource? And what skills are needed? Mike Ostrowski, a cybersecurity industry veteran, will review common pitfalls experienced through the journey from SIEM to SOC, the pros and cons of an all in-house SOC vs. outsourcing, and the benefits of a hybrid SOC model.

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4. SDN and Security: A Marriage Made in Heaven. Or Not.

Speaker: Chuck Black

Software-defined networking has come onto the scene and changed the way we think about moving packets throughout a network. But it has also morphed into multiple definitions and approaches, driven by both vendors and enterprise customers. But how does security fit into this picture? This talk will discuss the convergence of SDN and security and will try to make sense of them both.

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5. Stop Translating, Start Defending: Common Language for Managing Cyber-Risk

Speakers: Dawn Cappelli, Umair Masud

Time is of the essence when protecting your organization from complex cyberthreats. The clock doesn’t start when you have been breached—it’s always ticking. The board must articulate risk tolerances, management must set the strategy and IT must execute. The NIST CSF provides a common language for internal and external stakeholders, and helps the organization to stop translating and start defending.

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