Cyber risk is business risk: Walking the intersecting lines

On-Demand Webcast|1 hour

Cyber risk and business risk are increasingly one and the same, and it’s about time that business-minded executives understood that reality when managing their budgets and agendas. With cybercriminal activity showing no signs of slowing down, companies must understand that a commitment to mitigating cyber risk represents an investment in the business as well.
In this session we’ll look at two specific case studies in which organizations successfully addressed some of their biggest sources of business risk by prioritizing quicker detection and assessment of cyber threats through solutions such as XDR, cloud security platforms and managed security services. 
Learn how one Trend Micro customer’s expanding roster of distributed and remote employees introduced unwanted endpoint security risk, and how cloud security and XDR addressed this issue by unifying enterprise-wide threat data visibility into a single-pane-of-glass solution.
And discover how managed XDR helped another customer simultaneously reduce business and security risks – not to mention costs – after acquisition activity resulted in a decentralized IT environment that hampered visibility, communication and control.

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Speakers

Bill Brenner
VP, Content Strategy
CyberRisk Alliance

Bill Brenner is VP of Content Strategy at CyberRisk Alliance — an InfoSec content strategist, researcher, director, tech writer, blogger and community builder. He was formerly director of research at IANS, senior writer/content strategist at Sophos, senior tech writer for Akamai Technology’s Security Intelligence Research Team (Akamai SIRT), managing editor for CSOonline.com and senior writer for SearchSecurity.com.

Mike Milner
Vice President of Cloud Technology

Mike Milner is Vice President of Cloud Technology at Trend Micro™. He has experienced the breadth of opportunities technology and data intelligence have created for businesses and governments. From founding a startup as CTO, to fighting cybercrime for the Canadian government and working for security agencies overseas, Mike has developed a deep understanding of the global security landscape and how the underground economy dictates hacks and ultimately drives breaches. Mike is most fascinated by understanding all aspects of how technology interacts with society.

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