Cyber criminals are bullies; they pick on the weakest systems first. Many organizations believe they have a zero-trust architecture and high-security, yet fall victim to attacks exploiting misconfigurations, limited control, and poor cyber-hygiene. During this non-stop, lighting fast session we’ll cover best practices preventing poor security configurations from allowing your systems to fall victim to cyberattack.
You will learn:
- Best practice recommendations for protecting systems
- Overview of common techniques used by cyberattackers for gaining initial network access
- Strategies for strengthening network defenses against weak cybersecurity controls and practices