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Attacker Cryptyonite, How to Threat Model Your Way to a Good Night’s Sleep

July 13 @ 11:15 am - 12:00 pm

The purpose of this session will be to provide a brief overview of what Threat Modeling is, why it is important to your organization’s security posture, and why it is the way of the future. Far to long organizations have been dependent on regulatory requirements, vulnerability management, and the latest data breach to determine information security risk. This session will serve to provide a more realistic way to help determine where your true security gaps are and help govern priority for your next big security spend. Stop just closing the critical and the high vulnerabilities and come along to hear why those mediums and lows may produce more risk and be more costly in the long run.

Key Take Aways Will Include The Following: Determine True Security Threats To Your Organization Provide Focus and Direction For your Vulnerability Management Program Prioritize Your Security Budget Understand The Security Benefits that Each Security Control provides.

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Time:
11:15 am - 12:00 pm
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Location

Room 1306
750 Highland Ave
Madison, WI 53705
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Presenter

Eric Groce

Security Threat Specialist at American Family Insurance