You might think you can purchase, install, or outsource your way to perfect digital security--but that's a myth. Think of digital security as a journey. You need a great suitcase, sure, but you also need to plan your route, check the weather, consider what could go wrong...and you need to coordinate with your travel companions. Likewise, although every organization needs software and services as part of their efforts, planning for your security journey requires more than that. It involves culture change and risk management. It's not an easy journey. And this journey never really ends, because the risk landscape is always changing and you need to be able to respond.
In this session, three experts will cover the basics of planning for your digital security journey. Whether you have just started, or you are halfway down the road and unsure which way to turn, this will help to prepare you for your next steps. We will cover:
- Examples of digital security incidents from your peers
- Common attack vectors--methods used by hackers--such as phishing, stolen devices, and user error
- Four aspects of a digital security program that are practical for any organization
- Four actions you can take right away to improve your security posture