Reactive vs. Proactive Cybersecurity
Why Traditional Security No Longer Works.

In 2019 alone, cybersecurity attacks accounted for more than $2 trillion USD in losses. “Apart from substantial financial cost, there is irreparable damage to the reputation and customer trust.”

How do enterprises respond to such news of security breach? By throwing more money at it, buying more new security tools increasing the management complexity. But despite the investments in cyber security controls, the modern enterprise is still being breached. The real problem behind all those things is that it has been extremely difficult to effectively measure your security posture. And when you can’t measure security, it becomes harder to manage and improve it. The result is that you can’t quantify the risks to your business, or the return on your security investment, or understand how to optimize it.

Solution: “Attack yourself before they do”. When it comes to network security, your best defense is a good offense.

Breach and Attack Simulation (BAS) is a new concept that helps organizations evaluate their security posture in a continuous, automated, and repeatable way.

Key Benefits

  • Safely, repeatedly measure security effectiveness
  • Optimize and communicate the impact of security
  • Save money by maximizing use of existing tools
  • Prevent past incidents from happening again
  • Understand how new threats will behave

Who Should Attend

  • Head of Security
Rohit Naik
Applications Engineer, Keysight Technologies
Shubhendu Parth
Editor, Dataquest

Dataquest and Keysight Technologies recently hosted a webinar on Reactive vs. Proactive Cybersecurity. The webinar is part of the magazine’s capacity building and information sharing initiative where we bring to you experts from the industry to talk about technology trends, latest developments and CIO challenges, as also “how to” training programmes and strategy sessions.