One of best ways to stay safe, and maximize your time, is to prioritize your risk. Ben Carr, Qualys CISO, and Zane West, Proficio’s VP of Products and Development, chat about the benefits of solutions like Risk-Based Vulnerability Management and what’s key to better understanding your risk profile. This is critical when dealing with a hybrid workforce, but what else is essential? Learn what they recommend and also hear their tips on how to stay compliant in an increasingly challenging time.
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One of the most popular buzzwords today is SOAR, Proficio’s EMEA SOC Director, Carlos Valderrama, and former Gartner Analyst, Oliver Rochford dive into the concept of SOAR in cybersecurity. Oliver provides his unique perspective of how the term came to be while he was working as an analyst at Gartner. Does he think SOAR lived up to its potential? Tune in to find out!
The conversation leads off with their ideas on what the SOC of the Future will look like; they also provide their insight into what aspects are critical for these to be successful. Carlos notes, “we see a lot of vendors push for buzzwords… instead of looking for real solutions.” So where will they go from there?
How are cybersecurity teams adjusting to the current threat landscape and what can they do to stay ahead? Hear what Proficio CEO and Co-Founder, Brad Taylor and VP of Solutions for ePlus, Lee Waskevich, had to say about this and other topics influencing todays cybersecurity industry.
With many cybersecurity teams facing resource constraints, Brad and Lee talk about some alternatives for those organizations. These include adding automation to augment staffing or using a risk-based approach to focus on your most critical vulnerabilities. What else do they suggest? Listen to find out!
How do you develop a mature cyber program? A question that many organizations struggle with. On this episode of Cyber Chats, Proficio’s Carl Adasa and Rick McElroy of Carbon Black discussion kicks off with possible answers to that question. Their experience both from the provider and vendor side gives them a unique perspective on how companies can build up a strong internal program.
With this goal in mind, they go on to address the challenges many teams face, with the lack of qualified cybersecurity professionals available to hire. This leads many organizations to outsourcing some or all of their security needs, which means finding the right partner is critical. So, what should you look for? And what can you do to help win the war on cybercrime? Tune in to find out.