'Mind the gap that lets attacks go sideways'

The gaps in network infrastructure that attackers exploit to move laterally are not always technical. 

While securing assets such as switches and access points is important, there is a blindspot which arguably presents greater exposure, that between network architecture and security teams. With the two working in silos, poor information flows make building repeatable, dependable, security capabilities difficult. To fix this, Security Leaders need to devise cultural and procedural initiatives to enable information sharing and closer collaboration. The question is, how? 

Take advantage of the experiences of your peers with a high-level discussion on this topic, accompanied by an award-winning cheese & wine hamper, from the comfort of your own home on Wednesday 6th December.


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