Is your cyber defense strategy a waste of money?

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By Jan Bervar, Cyber security Architect, Conscia Group

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Numbers don’t lie. In spite of all the investment and technological upgrades over the years, hackers remain a step or two ahead of most organizations. Everyone gets compromised. On average, businesses need around 200 days to notice that they have been breached. An average security incident costs companies around 3 million euros or more, even with smaller organizations.

Why is it like this and how to improve these worrying numbers? Join the webinar, where Jan Bervar, leading security architect at Conscia, will explain what is wrong with our cyber defenses and how to get a better ROI on the money that you invest in cybersecurity.

Smart cybersecurity investing: change your game

The cybersecurity vendor community is trying to hide its slow pace of prevention innovation through concept renaming and new buzzwords that don’t really work. Well, this is not completely accurate. They do work, but they are no match for the modus operandi of cyber criminals, and the complexities of your IT systems.

However, there has been a very real digital defense evolution happening for years now. As prevention technologies hit their limits, detection and response approaches promise to provide you with the most meaningful upgrade of risk management in decades.

Join the webinar, where Jan Bervar, leading security architect at Conscia, will explain what is wrong with our cyber defenses and how to get a better ROI on the money that you invest in cybersecurity.

Webinar Details

The webinar will cover:

  • Key problems of cyber defense and the limits of prevention approaches.
  • Detection and response tactics and their advantages.
  • How Conscia’s Security Operations Center (SOC) helps our customers address business loss.

Date and time

  • Date: Wednesday, April 15, 2020
  • Time: 14:00-14:30 (CEST)

About the presenter

Jan Bervar, Group Security Architect, Conscia Group

Jan Bervar has spent 25 years in cybersecurity and is currently busy with securing the leading edge: advanced detection and response, cloud security, security automation, and security in the era of the Internet of Things (IoT). Using a “yes” security approach whenever possible, Jan provides organizations with an optimal, controlled-risk approach that enables them to try out new ideas, all while deploying common sense and robust countermeasures.