Do you know who or what is on your network? When it comes to security, visibility is key. Don’t let the old adage fool you, what you can’t see can hurt you. Listen to what your peers in the industry have discovered lurking on their networks – they’ve uncovered things that have been hiding anywhere from hours to months. Sometimes it’s a non-issue, but more often than not it’s malicious. With insight from information security practitioners, we’ll share experiences involving security breaches, saves, and everything in between. And together we will become The Guardians of the Network.
When it comes to network security, visibility is key. Don’t let the old adage fool you, what you can’t see can hurt you. With insight from information security practitioners, we’ll share experiences involving security breaches, saves, and everything in between. And together we will become The Guardians of the Network.
You have to have the mindset that [a security breach] will happen, and that mindset will drive your behaviors to protect against it.
We’re going to show you things you might not want to see.
Normal activity...except that it was coming from China.
If you’re not taking network security seriously, you can certainly expect that your name will be in the New York Times headlines at some point.
Every single environment that I’ve ever seen has always been compromised, and that’s what’s most scary about what we do.
If you make something that's useable [but] not secure, people are going to choose usability every time.
We were tired of going down the path of investigating something, but not having the full picture.
There is no magical solution. There is no one tool that solves everything. It truly is, to this day, a game of cat and mouse.
If Stealthwatch was deployed, [the client] would have learned about this insider. The behavior would have set off triggers.
I love what I do. The environment changes every single day and that’s kind of where I thrive — within change.
The biggest problem now isn't even a specific threat. You see hundreds of thousands of events threatening security constantly.
If they’d been using [Stealthwatch], they could have shut it down.
We have a very special position within the security industry. Most customers do not know what’s going on in their networks.