“A Fresh Look at the Art of Defense: Rebooting Strategic Security Thinking Using ‘The Art of War’”
Archived Web Seminar.
“The clever combatant imposes his will on the enemy, but does not allow the enemy’s will to be imposed on him.”
Whether an organization is the target of their own “advanced persistent threat” (APT), or merely unfortunate enough to be wrapped into the net of a broader online attack, the people involved with desktop and server security know that the situation is difficult — and getting worse everyday.
In Sun Tzu terminology, that is because the current endpoint security and control approaches allow the enemy, or enemies, to impose their will upon our networks. Relying solely on reactive technologies — whether security offerings like blacklist-based antivirus or control/monitoring products like change management and auditing solutions — create a situation where the enemy has all the control.
It is time for a fresh reboot of that thinking. It is time to take back the initiative and turn the tables on attackers. It is time to apply the principles of Sun Tzu to endpoint security.
Please join Scott Crawford, Managing Research Director at EMA, for a fun but highly informative webinar that will apply the key principles of Sun Tzu’s classic book “The Art of War” to server and desktop security and control. While the approach is fresh and fun, the material is designed to help IT teams take control back from the enemy. It is designed to help organizations impose their will on the enemy.
Scott was joined by Toney Jennings, President and Chief Executive Officer for CoreTrace. As a former Air Force Information Warfare Officer, Toney’s “Red and Blue Team” cyber-warfare experience added real-world, front line perspective to the discussion.
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