Cybersecurity is not a philosophical exercise, but a little philosophical reflection can benefit your cybersecurity planning, incident response, and policy development.
Security itself exists purely as a hypothetical. These days, there is no such thing as a genuinely secure system; compromises will happen, but resistance is not futile. Instead, the focus should be to reduce the risk of attackers achieving their objectives and respond appropriately to mitigate damage when they do.
Join Secrutiny’s Chief Security Advisor, Dr Shane Shook, as he explains how to create a security system that is resilient to attack and combat common mistakes, including Pavlov’s Products, Schrödinger’s Security and 3 Monkeys Incident Response.
Filmed in partnership with the SASIG; a free networking forum for the cybersecurity industry. Its mission is to improve trust and confidence in the online environment through regular masterclasses. Further information is available at www.thesasig.com.