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Can Your Budget Reshape Your Threat Landscape?

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Meeting Description:

At SearchSecurity.com, we spend a fair bit of time researching what our readers have in mind for projects each year. When it comes to 2014, we can tell you what you (collectively) have in mind for new security tools and programs. But do you have a vision of what it means to radically “get it right” over the longer term? Even if you believe you don’t have a coherent vision of what security will look like ten years from now, but strong suspicion is that there are some elements you are pretty sure about. You don’t think we’ll still be scanning for viruses using static definition sets. You believe a lot more data, both at rest and in transit, will be encrypted. This includes encrypting email, even though it’s hard to do at present. You think developing software applications to be secure will be more important and make more of a difference. But is the industry actually investing *toward* these longer-term goals? This web presentation takes a look at these issues with an eye toward strategies for upping the alignment between today’s “fix-it-now” investments and our collective, far-horizon goals for security.

Details
Date: Wed, Jan 22, 2014
Time: 09:00 AM PST
Duration: 1 hour
Host(s): Ally Lorentson
 Presenter Information
Robert Richardson
Speaker Photo

Robert Richardson currently serves as editorial director of TechTarget’s Security Media Group, responsible for SearchSecurity.com and Information Security Magazine. Prior to this post, he was editorial director at Black Hat, developing online products for the highly successful computer security conference. He spent several years as the director of the Computer Security Institute, where he was on staff from 2003 through early 2011. In that capacity, he’s given keynote presentations on three continents, often speaking about the CSI Computer Crime and Security Survey done in conjunction with the FBI, an undertaking he directed for several years.