Adversaries are much faster at finding vulnerable assets to attack than defenders are at finding those same assets to secure. To help enterprises gain ground in this battle, the Palo Alto Networks Cortex Xpanse research team studied the public-facing internet attack surface of some of the world’s largest businesses.
In this webcast, Palo Alto Networks’ Director of Product Marketing Rob Rachwald we will share:
• key findings from our research;
• how attackers are looking at your network from an outside-in perspective; and
• lessons Xpanse has learned in attack surface management over the past five years.
Attendees of this webcast may be eligible for one CPE credit.
Director of Product Marketing
Palo Alto Networks
Rob has been in the cyber security industry for nearly 20 years with two IPOs and six acquisitions. Currently, Rob manages product marketing for Cortex Xpanse and came to Palo Alto Networks through the acquisition of Expanse. Before joining Expanse, Rob was VP marketing at ShieldX (acquired by Fortinet). Before that, Rob was VP marketing at RedOwl (acquired by Forcepoint). Rob was also senior director of marketing at FireEye, managing threat communications and helped lead their IPO. Rob managed security strategy at Imperva for four years, creating their thought leadership effort but also helping take Imperva public. Prior to Imperva, Rob worked at code analysis firm Fortify prior to their acquisition by HP. Rob also worked at Coverity (now Synopsys), building their open source code scanning infrastructure. In addition, Rob started his career in the Silicon Valley at Intel.