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Enterprise Security Weekly Episode #182 - May 06, 2020

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1. Technical Segment - Effective Goal Setting and Tracking

Description

Executing on a successful program and proving its efficacy is an impossibility for many security teams. Tune in as we discuss what steps you can take immediately to set more effective goals, track progress and share your success. You'll also have the opportunity to see how Rapid7's Vulnerability Management solution, InsightVM can help you create and contextualize metrics that your non-technical leadership and board—as well as your users—can understand.



Presenter(s)

Justin Buchanan

As a Rapid7's offering manager, Justin is responsible for go-to-market strategy for Vulnerability Management and Offensive Security Solutions. He is driven by his background in IT and his deep understanding of customers' desired outcomes. Justin is passionate about how Rapid7 can help customers improve the maturity and effectiveness of their security programs.


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2. Technical Segment - Why the Cloud Stall is Now the Cloud Surge - 01:00 PM-01:30 PM

Description

Broad shifts to remote access plus increased strain on budgets and resources make it a business imperative to accelerate cloud adoption, and do it securely. Network detection and response bridges the gap between security and network teams and enables scalable visibility and security for cloud and multicloud environments.



Presenter(s)

Matt Cauthorn

Matt Cauthorn is responsible for all security implementations and leads a team of technical security engineers who work directly with customers and prospects. A passionate technologist and evangelist, Matt is often on site with customers working to solve the complex and mission-critical business problems that Fortune 1,000 and global 2,000 companies face. After years spent helping customers tap into the value offered by network-based analytics, Matt has been able to bring fresh thinking to security threat detection. Prior to ExtraHop, Matt was a Sales Engineering Manager at F5 and before that he started his career in the trenches as a practitioner where he oversaw application hosting, infrastructure, and security for five international data centers.


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