Tips for Cleaning Up Cyber Hygiene and Security Basics

With cyber attacks on the rise, having proper cyber hygiene and security basics are essential. If companies could just get the basics right, most of these attacks would be stopped. But doing well at the fundamentals is easier said than done. What are these top "cyber hygiene" priorities that make the biggest difference to security, and what tools/techniques can help enterprises get these things right?

On Demand
1h 00min

Attend this webinar and you'll learn:

  • how to cherish patching and password management
  • ways to get from "finding" security vulnerabilities to "remediating" them more quickly and efficiently
  • what ought to get top billing in your employees' security training
  • which tools and techniques to make tidying up easier

Featured Speakers

  • John Pironti
    John Pironti
    IP Architects

    John P. Pironti is the President of IP Architects, LLC. He has designed and implemented enterprise wide electronic business solutions, information security and risk management strategy and programs, enterprise resiliency capabilities, and threat and vulnerability management solutions for key customers in a range of industries, including financial services, insurance, energy, government, hospitality, aerospace, healthcare, pharmaceuticals, media and entertainment, and information technology on a global scale for over 25 years.

  • Yaniv Bar-Dayan
    Yaniv Bar-Dayan
    CEO and Co-Founder
    Vulcan Cyber

    Yaniv has spent more than a decade helping some of the largest companies in the world improve cyber security and reduce risk. With his “solutions, not problems” mantra, Yaniv co-founded Vulcan Cyber to help cyber security and IT teams collaborate and scale operations to drive cyber hygiene outcomes and reduce business risk. Vulcan Cyber exists to help business orchestrate and automate risk remediation for application, infrastructure and cloud security programs to ultimately get fixes done.

  • Sara Peters
    Sara Peters
    Editor in Chief

    Sara Peters is the Editor in Chief at InformationWeek and formally a Senior Editor at Dark Reading and editor-in-chief of Enterprise Efficiency. Prior that she was senior editor for the Computer Security Institute, writing and speaking about virtualization, identity management, cybersecurity law, and a myriad of other topics. She authored the 2009 CSI Computer Crime and Security Survey and founded the CSI Working Group on Web Security Research Law -- a collaborative project that investigated the dichotomy between laws regulating software vulnerability disclosure and those regulating Web vulnerability disclosure.

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