Reduce Security Breaches with 6 Basic & Simple Steps
Wednesday, October 28 | 2:00 P.M. EDT
Hosted by Cimcor
With an overabundance of best practices related to security, IT personnel often ask, “Where should I start and why? Is one framework better than another? Does one return a better ROI than another?”
Join Tony Sager, Senior Vice President and Chief Evangelist of the Center for Internet Security (CIS) and Robert Johnson, CEO of Cimcor, in an interactive webinar as they discuss CIS Controls and the importance of following a prescriptive approach, one that has been assessed, through a data driven approach, to defend against 82% of attack techniques.
Prescriptive Guidance vs. Descriptive Cataloging
- During the past decade, the security industry has been plagued with a plethora of security solutions, which all claim to be the cure for all security issues.
- This has caused the propagation of bad security practices, a continued increase in security breaches/incidents, and further confusion on how best to address and mitigate the overall risk of one’s IT infrastructure.
- With an industry average of 206 days to identify a breach (MTTI) and 73 days as the meantime to contain (MTTC), you simply cannot afford to keep managing your security posture without a clear understanding of what to do and in what order:
Robert E. Johnson, III, President/CEO of Cimcor, Inc.
Robert E. Johnson, III is the President/CEO and co-founder of Cimcor, Inc. Founded in 1997, Cimcor develops cutting edge IT security software that takes real-time file change detection to the next level by offering instant remediation of changes. Mr. Johnson has led the development of multiple commercial software packages and several patented and patent-pending technologies.
Tony Sager, Senior Vice President and Chief Evangelist for CIS®
Tony Sager leads the development of the CIS Controls®, a worldwide consensus project to find and support technical best practices in cybersecurity. Sager champions the use of CIS Controls and other solutions gleaned from previous cyber-attacks to improve global cyber defense. He also nurtures CIS’s independent worldwide community of volunteers, encouraging them to make their enterprise, and the connected world, a safer place. In November 2018, he added strategy development and outreach for CIS to his responsibilities.