Cybersecurity management and mitigation in the 21st century is in many ways primarily a matter of data analysis. At one time, organizations might have been able to see and stop attacks by having a human operator monitor a screen or wait for alerts.

No more.

A fundamental reason is that the computing environment that evolved from host-and-terminal to networked PCs has given way to hybrid setups that incorporate commercial clouds at one end and digital services used by thousands or millions of constituents at the other.

Plus, attacks and attackers have grown in sophistication and skill respectively.

In this exclusive executive briefing, the following experts examine data strategies for cybersecurity:

  • Steven Hernandez, Chief Information Security Officer, Department of Education
  • Deborah Pierre-Louis, Office Director of IT Security, Policy, Liaison and Training, Department of State
  • David SooHoo, Product Manager, Recorded Future
  • Mark Hakun, Acting Deputy Chief Information Officer, Cybersecurity and Acting Chief Information Security Officer, Office of the Chief Information Officer, Department of Defense
  • André Mendes, Chief Information Officer, Department of Commerce

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