Cybersecurity Asset Management, Compliance, Vulnerability management

Vulnerability Rich – Contextually Blind! – Michael Assraf – PSW #662

It s not uncommon to find the traditional vulnerability assessment report buried under the CISO family picture, compliance books, and his latest blood pressure test. These reports highlight the never-ending battle between security and IT about what s more important: risks to servers and endpoints, or keeping the environment up-to-date and secured. There are even problems within the ranks of each unit. Dysfunctional processes, lack of efficient communication, and rudimentary tools put even more pressure on the CIO and CISO. This segment is sponsored by Vicarius.

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Guest

Michael Assraf
Michael Assraf
CEO & Co-Founder at Vicarius

Michael has more than ten years of experience in the startup world. He has been part of six different startups, filling out several positions up to VP R&D, both on the tech and operational sides. In his last position at Atlis, Michael built and managed an R&D department. He led the Israeli team of the startup on a daily basis from day one to the release of the product’s GA. In his professional experience, Michael filled multiple positions from Network Engineer at Deltathree, Automation Engineer at Secure Islands (later acquired by Microsoft), Software Developer at Idomoo to VP R&D at Cellxpert and Atlis. Michael holds an MBA from Tel Aviv University and a BSc from the Jerusalem College of Engineering.

Hosts

Paul Asadoorian
Paul Asadoorian
Founder at Security Weekly
Jeff Man
Jeff Man
Information Security Evangelist at Online Business Systems
Lee Neely
Lee Neely
Information Assurance APL at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
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