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[[File:Saikrishna.jpg|thumb|<center>[https://www.twitter.com/saichavs Sai Chavali] is the Security Strategist at [https://securityweekly.com/observeit ObserveIT]</center>]] Saikrishna (Sai) Chavali is a Security Strategist at ObserveIT where he is defining a new product category in the information security industry: insider threat management. Sai has expertise in growing and building information security products to protect data, applications and users across insider threat management and application security. Prior to his role at ObserveIT, Sai held product management positions at Veracode, where his products helped to reduce software vulnerabilities in web applications used by Fortune 100 enterprise companies and consumers all over the world.<br><br>Topic: Email Data Exfiltration: Prevention is Ideal, but Detection &amp; Response is a Must<br><br>Segment Description:
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[[File:Saikrishna.jpg|thumb|<center>[https://www.twitter.com/saichavs Sai Chavali] is the Security Strategist at [https://securityweekly.com/observeit ObserveIT]</center>]] Saikrishna (Sai) Chavali is a Security Strategist at ObserveIT where he is defining a new product category in the information security industry: insider threat management. Sai has expertise in growing and building information security products to protect data, applications and users across insider threat management and application security. Prior to his role at ObserveIT, Sai held product management positions at Veracode, where his products helped to reduce software vulnerabilities in web applications used by Fortune 100 enterprise companies and consumers all over the world.<br><br>'''Topic:''' Email Data Exfiltration: Prevention is Ideal, but Detection &amp; Response is a Must<br><br>'''Segment Description:'''<br><br>Most companies have preventative controls on email today, however, they are still finding that users exfiltrating sensitive data through corporate email is all too common. Currently, detection and investigation of out-of-policy user activity and security incidents are time-consuming and riddled with manual processes. Learn more on how ObserveIT helps security teams with real-time detection and take investigation time from months to minutes.
Most companies have preventative controls on email today, however, they are still finding that users exfiltrating sensitive data through corporate email is all too common. Currently, detection and investigation of out-of-policy user activity and security incidents are time-consuming and riddled with manual processes. Learn more on how ObserveIT helps security teams with real-time detection and take investigation time from months to minutes.
 
 
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Revision as of 14:18, 13 June 2019

Recorded June 26, 2019 at G-Unit Studios in Rhode Island!


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  • Paul Asadoorian
    Embedded device security researcher, security podcaster, and CEO of Active Countermeasures .
  • John Strand
    Security analyst, Founder of Black Hills Information Security, and CTO of Offensive Countermeasures.
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    CEO at Security Weekly, Strategic Advisor, and Wizard of Entrepreneurship
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    Interview: Saikrishna (Sai) Chavali, ObserveIT

    Sai Chavali is the Security Strategist at ObserveIT

    Saikrishna (Sai) Chavali is a Security Strategist at ObserveIT where he is defining a new product category in the information security industry: insider threat management. Sai has expertise in growing and building information security products to protect data, applications and users across insider threat management and application security. Prior to his role at ObserveIT, Sai held product management positions at Veracode, where his products helped to reduce software vulnerabilities in web applications used by Fortune 100 enterprise companies and consumers all over the world.

    Topic: Email Data Exfiltration: Prevention is Ideal, but Detection & Response is a Must

    Segment Description:

    Most companies have preventative controls on email today, however, they are still finding that users exfiltrating sensitive data through corporate email is all too common. Currently, detection and investigation of out-of-policy user activity and security incidents are time-consuming and riddled with manual processes. Learn more on how ObserveIT helps security teams with real-time detection and take investigation time from months to minutes.


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