BOOST YOUR DEFENSES AGAINST CYBERATTACKS WITH BASIC SECURITY HYGIENE PRACTICES
Organizations must employ basic security hygiene practices in order to stop cybersecurity threats. It is possible to do so by evaluating and testing advanced security capabilities, improving staff skills, and using a situation like COVID-19 to make major changes while management is receptive.
The SANS Top New Attacks and Threat Report is based upon the popular SANS panel discussion at the RSA Conference. In this webcast, John Pescatore, SANS Director of Emerging Security Trends, covers key themes from the report and panel discussion including:
- Analysis of top new attacks and future projections
- A deeper insight into cybersecurity trends from both an offensive and defensive perspective
- Advice on mitigating current and emerging threats through security hygiene practices