When you’re there, don’t miss these highlights from Illumio.
Visit Illumio at booth S40
This year’s InfoSec conference will be held at the ExCeL London. Expect to find Illumio at the conference in booth S40.
Stop by our booth to see Illumio ZTS demos, learn more about building cyber resilience, and get more information on implementing breach containment in your network. Bring your cybersecurity questions, and our in-booth security experts can help.
We will be joined for all 3 days by Daniel Mauser, Azure Networking Global Black Belt. Daniel will be discussing the present and future of Network Security in Azure and how Microsoft and Illumio are working together to help their customers adopt Azure more securely and accelerate their path to Zero Trust security.
Illumio speaking sessions: Learn firsthand from cybersecurity experts
Make sure to add these sessions hosted by Illumio experts to your conference schedule:
Wednesday 21 June at 14:00-15:30 in Gallery Room 3
Ransomware and malware in general often employ a combination of different techniques that can sometimes appear mysterious. In this session, Michael Adjei, Illumio Senior Systems Engineer, will be breaking down some key examples of techniques and capabilities often employed by ransomware. Through a live demonstration with easy-to-understand examples, this workshop will show a selection of these techniques and how they can be developed and enabled. This workshop should help attendees evaluate an enhanced overall cyber defense strategy.
As AI becomes part of all aspects of our lives, the challenge to cybersecurity grows. The maintenance of service delivery is now not just an IT issue but a business imperative. The potential for AI-generated malware to understand and learn how to evade detection is a concern across the industry. Basic cyber hygiene like reducing the “learning surface” for AI based attacks and response planning will help deliver a more resilient infrastructure.
Trevor Dearing, Illumio Industry Solutions Marketing Director, will discuss how doing the basics well will still provide protection, and should the worst happen, the ability to recover from an attack.
In this joint session, Illumio and Bishop Fox discuss the value of testing security technology capabilities using the same approaches that are used to examine customers’ security controls. Drawing on collaborative work from the last three years, Illumio and Bishop Fox will establish why testing the “security of security tools” should be encouraged, how security vendors can build a plan to test the efficacy of their products (then feed those findings into a continuous improvement cycle), what results customers should be looking for in such testing reports, and what it really means when a security technology claims to be effective.
By attending this session, you will come away with a clear understanding of how security technologies should be tested, how test results can be leveraged to determine the ROI of a security investment, and – most importantly – whether the technology will deliver the expected benefit for the use case it is being targeted for.
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We can’t wait to meet you at Infosec Europe 2023!
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