The Enemy Within: How Insider Threats Are Changing
As workforces go remote, new types of insider threats are cropping up. During Threatpost’s June webinar, a panel of experts including Saryu Nayyar, CEO at Gurucul; Craig Cooper, COO and SVP Customer Success at Gurucul; and Theatpost Editors Lindsey O’Donnell Welch and Tara Seals, discussed how to detect and prevent today’s insider-based malicious activity.
Saryu Nayyar is an internationally recognized cybersecurity expert, author, speaker and member of the Forbes Technology Council. She has more than 15 years of experience in the information security, identity and access management, IT risk and compliance, and security risk management sectors. She was named EY Entrepreneurial Winning Women in 2017. She has held leadership roles in security products and services strategy at Oracle, Simeio, Sun Microsystems, Vaau (acquired by Sun) and Disney. Saryu also spent several years in senior positions at the technology security and risk management practice of Ernst & Young. She is passionate about building disruptive technologies and has several patents pending for behavior analytics, anomaly detection and dynamic risk scoring inventions.
Craig Cooper has served in several information security and risk management roles including CISO for a Fortune 500 Financial Services organization. While in this role, Craig defined and implemented an ISO standards-based Information Security program. Craig has led, developed, and delivered multiple Identity and Access Management Strategies and Roadmaps for several organizations. Craig has written for several trade magazines and has been a speaker with Burton Catalyst, Gartner, and ISSA.
Other webinars of this speaker:
Analytics-Driven SIEMThe Three Pillars of BehaviorDiscover & Manage Access Risks
3rd Party RiskDetecting Malicious Traffic Securing Data with a Remote Workforce Best Practices for an Insider Threat Program Risk Based Authentication Program Zero Trust Possible The Enemy Within
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Gurucul is a global cyber security and fraud analytics company that is changing the way organizations protect their most valuable assets, data and information from insider and external threats both on-premises and in the cloud. Gurucul’s real-time Unified Security and Risk Analytics Platform combines machine learning behavior profiling with predictive risk-scoring algorithms to predict, prevent and detect breaches. Gurucul technology is used by Global 1000 companies and government agencies to fight cyber fraud, IP theft, insider threat and account compromise as well as for log aggregation, compliance and risk based security orchestration and automation.