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Wednesday 29 September, 11am-12noon (BST)

Over the past years, the security industry has put its faith in another person or vendor’s judgement about what is bad or good on the internet. Yet with today’s rapidly changing threat landscape, IoCs and other ‘judgement-based’ tools and techniques quickly become ineffective, leading to false positives. We instead need to observe anomalous behaviour for some time to cast judgement.

Knowledge about the facts – the objective observations and prior knowledge of the behaviour of a large system over long period of time – is the key to securing today’s enterprise. Newly observed assets on the internet and their scientifically derived mortality rates will help you defend your business when any other methods (that aim to detect anomalies) are useless.
Join us for a discussion on whether to rely on facts or faith in others when it comes to securing and defending your organisation.

Don’t worry if you can’t join us live – register and we’ll send you a link to the recording when it is available (website membership is required to access recording).

Guest chaired by

Oz Alashe MBE (info), CEO, Cybsafe

Presented by

Boris Taratine (info), Principal Architect, Farsight Security (FSI)

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