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Wednesday 26 May 2021, 11am-12noon (BST)

This is the second part of Secrutiny and SentinelOne’s two-part series about cybersecurity metrics. You can register for Part 1: The good, the bad, and the ugly here.

When it comes to cybersecurity, you have to be right every time; yet malicious actors only have to be right once. And while cyber threats cannot be eliminated completely, they can be prevented if the right precautions are taken. To better understand your organisation’s cyber risk and the evolving threat landscape, you must be intelligence-led.

Strategic intelligence is about adding analysis to information and using it to make course corrections. When made relevant to your organisation, strategic intelligence can provide invaluable context and focus for your cyber defences.

Session two of this two-part series from Secrutiny and SentinelOne addresses:

  • How strategic intelligence is like a moving tanker.
  • Why a good security function needs high-quality intelligence to support sound decisions.
  • How macro changes can reduce or remove risk altogether.
  • Why measurements must be connected to the input, the process, and the output.
 
Presented by

Phil Davies (info), Principal Consultant and Lead Architect, Secrutiny
Thom Langford (info), Security Advocate, SentinelOne

 

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