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Silos to Seamless: Creating a Comprehensive Security Program - Jeremy Wittkop (Central Ohio Infosec Summit 2015) (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Silos to Seamless: Creating a Comprehensive Security Program
Jeremy Wittkop

Exec/Mgmt - Session #6 - Jeremy Wittkop The evolving complexity and increasing number of persistent threats continues to challenge security programs worldwide. These threats, a BYOD culture and other fast-paced changes, are forcing organizations to adapt to protect their critical assets. A well-designed critical asset protection program focuses on information assets most important to the organization and the infrastructure assets that protect them. Key technologies in a critical asset program include: data loss prevention, web gateway, email gateway, SIEM and traditional security products such as encryption, firewalls and IDS/IPS. While these technologies were traditionally siloed, a critical asset program seamlessly integrates them to provide comprehensive protection. Join us to learn about the changing threat landscape and the tools and approach that successfully prevent data exfiltration.

Bio: Jeremy oversees one of InteliSecure's fastest growing client support teams and is the man behind the company's webinar series and employee training modules. The sales engineering team is tasked with reviewing and understanding the specific needs of InteliSecure's clients to provide the optimal solution for securing their critical assets. Jeremy holds multiple degrees and has an extensive list of IT and security certifications. Jeremy's military and private industry experience provide him with a unique understanding of today's evolving security threats.

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