The Value of Left of Breach

Historically the initial focus of cybersecurity is to detect adversary activity after it has happened (right of breach). At this point the perimeter has already been breached and the attackers are in a position to exfiltrate data. Whilst this is effective, it might not be the best approach as the sophistication and the number of threats are increasing.

During this webinar we will discuss the need to make a paradigm shift to get ahead of a breach (left of breach) and a step towards a state of prevention.

Key takeaways:

  • Understand the impact of being right of breach
  • Explore how endpoint technology and behavioural analysis can move us towards being left of breach.
  • Learn how being left of breach can enable better visibility more effective use of intelligence

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Harlan Carvey

Harlan Carvey

Director of Intelligence Integration

Harlan began his career in information security 28 years ago. After serving on active duty with the United States military, he transitioned to planning, coordinating, and executing vulnerability assessments. He then went on to digital forensics and incident response, which in turn led to targeted threat hunting and response. Harlan is an accomplished public speaker and prolific author, particularly in the area of digital forensic analysis of Windows systems. He has written a number of open source tools, including RegRipper.

 

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Stan Gallo

Stan Gallo

Partner, KPMG Australia

Stan Gallo is a Partner with KPMG Forensic, National Leader of the Australian KPMG Forensic Technology teams and Global lead of the Forensic Cyber Incident Response Services. As a former deep cover police operative, Stan has lived numerous lives including trafficking in narcotics, firearms and electronic data as part of organised criminal enterprises. Having experienced these lives, Stan has a unique perspective on all manner of nefarious activities – he has lived these risks.

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