More than ever ‘remote’ systems are taking-over the frontline in the cybersecurity battle, and at the same time they are further beyond our control than we’ve ever been used to.
One area that all of this directly impacts is Vulnerability Management. Today it’s essential for businesses to shorten the patch cycles on key assets, including remote endpoints, cloud and VPN systems. VM programs have had to pivot from managing systems local to the enterprise network to encompass systems largely connected via the VPN or located somewhere in the cloud.
In this webinar we have gathered a group of experienced technical experts to discuss the impact and implications of this change and consider how businesses are adapting to face the new challenges it brings. We aim to have a frank conversation about how ‘real’ these changes are, and how this impacts security strategies. We’ll examine what we’ve observed amongst our own customers, what their experiences have been and what changes they’ve made to adapt to the new reality.
The webinar takes the form of an open, moderated conversation between diverse experts and researchers from our international team, combined with questions and audience polls to gather additional insights and perspectives.
Technical thought leader, spokesman and figurehead for Orange Cyberdefense world-wide, leading and managing the Security Research Center – a specialist security research unit. We identify, track, analyze, communicate and act upon significant developments in the security landscape.
Freelance cyber-crime journalist. A British investigative journalist who has covered technology for BBC News, Channel 4 News, The Sunday Times and many others. His exclusives reveal tech’s impact on our lives: the controversial police use of facial recognition; the failure of artificial intelligence therapy apps; hi-tech call center scams that have cost victims their lives’ savings; and fraud in the internet dating industry.
Mélanie has been a security product manager for remote access services and vulnerability management solutions for Orange Cyberdefense for the past four years. Mélanie finds cybersecurity fascinating as it is always evolving but is also highly strategic.
Pedro believes that security is an important aspect for any organization, but for it to be effective, security must be ingrained in the people, processes and technology. Pedro has joined Orange Cyberdefense’s scanning team to pursue his love for security and evolve the scanning service to ensure clients are equipped with the relevant information to continuously improve their security posture.
Maliek is based in Antwerp, Belgium and a Solutions Specialist and Technical Presales consultant for pen-testing and core security solutions, like vulnerability management, endpoint security, email security, security awareness, web application firewalling and privileged access management.
Wilfried is based in Paris and has worked in security for over a decade and spent the last six years focusing on vulnerability analysis. He is a former IT expert and is now a technical leader for the large Vulnerability Watch team which is scattered between France, Canada and Singapore. The team is specialized in providing security advisories based on vulnerability intelligence.