Sydney CISO Virtual Town Hall

28 April 2022 | 10:00 AEST

28 April 2022 | 10:00 AEST

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The Geopolitical Tensions Disrupting the Lateral Movement Equation

Connect with peers in the Sydney CISO Community virtually for an interactive panel discussion on current issues and top priorities for security leaders.

Join fellow CISOs in the Sydney community to discuss:

Leveraging the platform to identify blind spots

An attackers perspective into credential based attacks

Enforcing MFA to enhance the security posture

Discussion Leaders


Members of the Sydney CISO community will lead the interactive discussion and share lessons learned.

Jonathan Nativ

Silverfort

Director of Strategic Alliances

Presenter

Evan Anderson

Randori

Director, Offensive Security

Presenter

Daniel Smith

Hearing Australia

CISO

Discussion Leader

Nidhin Tamil

Boral Limited

Head of Cyber Engineering, Operations & Defence

Discussion Leader

Graham Thomson

A2 Milk Company

Group Head of IT Security

Discussion Leader

Agenda


28 April 2022

10:00 - 11:00  AEST

The Geopolitical Tensions Disrupting the Lateral Movement Equation

In the face of ongoing geopolitical tensions, there is a significant risk that Australian firms could be caught up as collateral damage. The current mayhem also increases the attack surface by providing cybercriminals an opportunity to carry out attacks they may not otherwise get away with. In times of crisis, it is common to see identity-based attacks, lateral movement, and ransomware propagation on the rise. Despite investments, the exploitation of credentials and basic MFA implementations remains a blind spot for today’s security stacks. Every organisation must act with extreme urgency to address any security gaps and accelerate the improvement of its security posture.

Join this session with Silverfort and Jonathan as they provide a live view into both the attacker and the defender's perspective of identity threats and demonstrate:

  • How organisations are leveraging their platform to test assumptions and identify blind spots in their security programs
  • How an attacker who has obtained admin credentials can use those to gain access to practically any machine in the environment
  • How enforcing MFA on all access interfaces within the environment materially increases the level of effort skilled attackers need to employ in order to achieve their objectives.

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Program Partner

Sydney CISO Programme Manager


For inquiries related to this event, please reach out to your dedicated program contact.

Olga Demura

Program Manager

0413 659 609

olga.demura@gartner.com