Decluttering Your Cybersecurity Stack 

What does your cybersecurity stack look like?  

Is it a sleek, agile system that lets you respond to changing threats and adapt to new situations? Or is it too bloated and clunky to let you do much except wait for the inevitable attack? The current trend is to add more tools, more platforms, and more services until every potentiality is covered, but is that wise? More isn’t always better, especially if it adds unnecessary complexity to your defenses.

It’s time to start thinking of our security differently. It’s not about adding more bells and whistles but whittling down our stacks to the tools we need and do so lightly and efficiently. Join us at our newest virtual roundtable as we discuss the trend of overstocking our security closet, how we can get back to basics, and why we should always aim to build lighter, more responsive security stacks.  
 
Interested?

What does your cybersecurity stack look like?  

Is it a sleek, agile system that lets you respond to changing threats and adapt to new situations? Or is it too bloated and clunky to let you do much except wait for the inevitable attack? The current trend is to add more tools, more platforms, and more services until every potentiality is covered, but is that wise? More isn’t always better, especially if it adds unnecessary complexity to your defenses.

It’s time to start thinking of our security differently. It’s not about adding more bells and whistles but whittling down our stacks to the tools we need and do so lightly and efficiently. Join us at our newest virtual roundtable as we discuss the trend of overstocking our security closet, how we can get back to basics, and why we should always aim to build lighter, more responsive security stacks.  
 
Interested?

1:00 PM EST  |  1:00 PM PST 

1:00 PM GMT |  1:00 PM CST

14th April -

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Virtual Roundtable

Virtual Roundtable

Decluttering Your Cybersecurity Stack 

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June 9th, 2:30 PM MT

Chris Roberts
Chief Security Strategist @ Cynet

During the Roundtable an Apple Watch Series 6 will be Raffled - for Attendees Only!

Chris is a renowned researcher focusing on counter threat intelligence and vulnerability research within the Information Security industry. Since the late 90’s Chris has been deeply involved with security R&D, consulting, and vCISO services to help protect and defend organizations against various types of attack. As one of the well-known hackers and researchers, Chris is routinely invited to speak at industry conferences and is regularly featured on CNN, The Washington Post, WIRED, and numerous other media publications.

Chris Roberts
Chief Security Strategist @ Cynet

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