3rd annual e-Crime and Cybersecurity Nordics
26th September 2019, Stockholm, Sweden
Can new technologies solve cybersecurity's data overload?
What is the biggest cybersecurity threat to organisations?
Email-delivered malware? Malicious insiders? Nation-state sponsored attacks?
In theory, perhaps. In practice though, for most large entities, the most serious problem they face is more basic: the volume of data that needs to be analysed far exceeds the manual triage processes which are currently necessary to identify and mitigate the most critical threats.
The ugly truth is that very few companies can afford the in-house resources needed to provide even a basic level of true cybersecurity.
They need to outsource as much IT and security as possible, and they need more intelligent and better automated solutions to distinguish signal from noise.
The first question for senior management then will be, 'can I outsource this?'. Getting rid of the cybersecurity problem by moving as much physical and application infrastructure as possible to the Cloud is clearly a strategy many boards are pursuing. But what security issues does it solve, which does it leave for CISOs, and which new ones does it create?
On-premises, the foundations of any operational risk management discipline are rigorous processes. So is there a role for robotic process automation (RPA) in cybersecurity?
What about SIEM and SOAR solutions? And for all the AI hype, is anyone actually deploying truly intelligent systems, or are today's machine learning methodologies simply another way to generate too many alerts?
The 3rd e-Crime Nordics will cover these and other key subjects for its audience of professionals tasked with safeguarding digital assets and sensitive data. There will be real-life case studies, strategic talks and technical break-out sessions from security teams behind some of the world's most admired brands, who know, just like you, that security is now more important to business than ever.