Many security professionals will be familiar with the work of SASIG – the Security Awareness Special Interest Group – a networking forum and community for the cybersecurity industry.
Well known in the industry for running a range of physical events, webinars and masterclasses, this year they have created ‘Big SASIG’, a bespoke and exclusive online event taking place on March 23rd-24th.
Glasswall will be playing a full role – we’ll be hosting a 30 minute Workshop – ‘Proactive Defense to File Based Threats: This is the way’ – starting at 10.20am on March 24th, focusing on the challenges created by widely used detection-based security methods that constantly have to play catch-up with rapidly evolving threats.
We’ll explain why, according to Gartner, CDR has emerged as a proactive way to instantly clean and rebuild files to match their ‘known good’ industry specification – automatically removing potential threats. In addition, our speakers – Glasswall CTO/CISO Dinis Cruz and Mark Walmsley, CISO at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer – will reveal how CDR offers a way to prevent future file-based attacks without sacrificing productivity, and while enabling security at scale.
Join us to learn more about:
- Why file-based and email threats are on the increase
- Why AI is no longer a good enough method for delivering comprehensive security protection
- Why sandboxing has an unacceptable impact on productivity
- And why a proactive defence based around Content Disarm and Reconstruction offers organisations a route to deliver effective file-base security at enterprise scale
How to attend: Big SASIG is set to be a vibrant, informative event – ideal for cybersecurity professionals looking to build both their knowledge and contacts. Delegates can register on the event website, here.