Fresh off his popular talk at the GE Digital Minds + Machines event in San Francisco, Masergy Chief Scientist Mike Stute discusses how the industrialization of hacking is transforming cybersecurity.
We’ve all seen cyberattacks become more sophisticated by the day. Perimeter defenses—the firewalls and antivirus clients used for years by enterprise IT—can’t keep up with the pace of hacker innovation. Cyberattacks are industrialized; products built and improved with each new iteration.
Masergy’s Mike Stute will explain:
- How 3,300 year-old glass jewelry buried in King Tut’s tomb is directly related to modern-day information security
- Why enterprises defending their network perimeter can never win against hackers
- What makes detection the best strategy for mitigating a cyberattack For the full article click here
from cyber war desk http://ift.tt/2gxtwhh