DXC Technology

Sponsor

DXC Technology
Website
https://www.dxc.technology/

Sponsor

Exabeam
Exabeam
Website
https://www.exabeam.com/
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Facilitators

Online

Location

Online

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Date

24 Apr 2020

Time

1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Online Roundtable: Protecting against insidious insider threats

Why attend?

At this round-table, we will focus on the security risks caused by malicious users within a corporate network.

The central question to be discussed is how do you protect your organisation from insidious threats that leverage trusted identities, have access to critical systems and use known devices – all of which render them invisible to your current security solutions.

Key topics to be covered include:

>  How to recognise suspicious employee behaviour that might indicate malicious intent
>  Where and how to deploy user and entity behaviour analytics for the early detection of insider intent
>  How to implement and publicise an effective defence against insider threats that is not only acceptable but welcomed by your employees

The session will be facilitated by Dan Baker from DXC Technology and Richard Cassidy from Exabeam. The role of the facilitators is to guide the conversation in whatever direction is of most interest to the group.

At this event, you will get the most value from the open discussion with your peers – senior IT infrastructure and cyber security professionals. For this reason, there will be no PowerPoints or formal presentations. To ensure a relaxed, useful and single conversation – where you learn from others, there are only 14 places available.

It’s all about the discussion

If you would like to join the discussion, then you can register now. Please note that if you do register, then your company name will be shared with other delegates and potential delegates. This is to help us create the most useful discussion possible.

Why join the CyberGroup?

At the end of many of our round-tables, someone will often say “This was really useful, how can we continue the conversation?”. The CyberGroup was created to answer this question and enable our delegates to not only continue the conversation online via our Slack channels, but also discuss other highly topical and emerging cyber issues with cyber security professionals from all over the UK, Australia and New Zealand.

For further details and to join now, please visit our CyberGroup page.