SECURITY PROFESSIONAL’S LUNCHEON
“Criminals Don’t Wear Orange Jumpsuits In Public”
Nabbing criminals would be so much easier if they simply wore orange jumpsuits while walking down the street. We could clearly see them, avoid them and lock them up. Stopping malware is no different.
Malware authors, like criminals, know that blending in is key to not getting caught…and they’re very good at it.
In this talk, we’ll walk through case studies for specific real-world threats and review statistics gathered from observing traffic patterns and security policies for the thousands of enterprises leveraging the Zscaler cloud. We’ll identify the approaches to threat protection that are working and those that aren’t in a world where we can’t rely on spotting orange jumpsuits.
Who Should Attend?
CISO, CISSP or any security decision maker or influencer of an organization.
Why should you attend:
- Review current case studies for specific real-world threats
- Review statistics gathered from observing traffic patterns and security policies for thousands of enterprises
- Identify the approaches to threat protection that are working and those that are not
- Why most Canadian businesses have a fragile and porous security framework with only a portion of traffic inspected.
- Unique networking event with some of Canada’s top security professionals
- Extraordinary culinary experience
*Seating is Limited – Register Today
*Due to the exclusivity of this event we are only hosting 20 people at this event. Seating will be confirmed on a first-come, first serve basis. We expect this event to fill up fast!
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When: Thursday January 19st, 2017
Time: 12:00 – 2:00 p.m. EST
Venue: CIBO Wine Bar 522 King Street West, Toronto M5V 1L7
CISO // Zscaler
Michael Sutton has dedicated his career to conducting leading-edge security research, building world-class security teams and educating others on a variety of security topics. As CISO, Sutton drives internal security and heads Zscaler’s Office of the CISO, a team engaging security executives at a peer level to drive best practices and facilitate industry wide collaboration on emerging security topics. The Office of the CISO is also responsible for providing subject matter expertise through speaking engagements, blogging and media collaboration.