Join Cybereason CSO, Sam Curry, and Limor Kessem, IBM Security Executive Advisor, as they discuss the future of endpoint security based on the results from Enterprise Strategy Group’s (ESG) Endpoint Security Trends report.
Dial into this live discussion to learn about the key findings from the report:
As security threats continue to evolve, our approach to security must also evolve with them. Legacy signature-based antivirus solutions are no longer enough to prevent the highly targeted attacks of today, making traditional solutions an inadequate defense.
Sam and Limor will be digging into the data from the ESG report. Covering trends and key points that stuck out to us. We’ll dive deeper into the mega-trends driving many IT professionals to upgrade their endpoint security tools, including the ongoing shift to XDR and the rise of MDR services.
Sam Curry is in his fifth year as CSO for Cybereason. Sam has over 25 years of IT security industry experience and is a Visiting Fellow at the National Security Institute (NSI). Sam most recently served as CTO, CSO, and GM at Arbor Networks. Previously, he spent more than seven years at RSA (the Security Division of EMC) in a variety of senior management roles, including CTO, SVP of Product, and Head of RSA Labs. In addition to other media. Sam has also held senior management roles at Microstrategy, Computer Associates, and McAfee in addition to co-founder and first employee of two successful security startups.
Limor Kessem is an Executive Security Advisor at IBM Security. She is a widely sought-after security expert, speaker and author, and a strong advocate for women in information security. At IBM, she leverages her over 12 years of cyber risk and security expertise to provide counsel to CSOs, CISOs, and CIOs at the world’s largest corporations and governments. In addition to her work with IBM, Limor is an active RSA Conference steering committee member, ITSP Magazine podcast host, CISO track steering for Tel Aviv’s Cyber Week, is a founding member of the FraudCon conference, and volunteers in the local chapters of OWASP and BSides. To follow Limor’s security feed on Twitter, please check out: @iCyberFighter