Lateral Security Is The New Cybersecurity Battleground – Christopher Kruegel – RSA23 #1
Christopher will delve into what lateral security/lateral movement are and identify key lateral security tools (network segmentation, micro-segmentation, advanced threat prevention systems, network sandboxes, and network traffic analysis/network detection and response).
He will also touch on why automation is important when it comes to consistent security and the current threat landscape.
Segment Resources: https://cio.vmware.com/2023/03/why-cisos-are-looking-to-lateral-security-to-mitigate-ransomware.html
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Christopher Kruegel is VP Security Services at the Network and Security Business Unit (NSBU) at VMware. Before that, Christopher was a co-founder at Lastline, where he served in various positions (CEO, Chief Product Officer, and Chief Scientist) until the acquisition by VMware. In addition, Christopher is a Professor of Computer Science at UC Santa Barbara (currently on leave). Christopher’s research interests are computer and communications security, with an emphasis on malware analysis and detection, web security, and intrusion detection. He has published more than 100 peer-reviewed papers in top computer security conferences. He is also the recipient of an NSF CAREER Award, an MIT Technology Review TR35 Award for young innovators, an IBM Faculty Award, and several best paper awards.