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Security Weekly Podcast Network (Audio)

Jun 10, 2024

Did you miss Gartner Security & Risk Management last week in National Harbor, MD? Don't worry, Padraic O'Reilly, Founder and Chief Innovation Officer at CyberSaint, joins us to discuss the hot topics that were presented at the conference last week, including:

  • Artificial Intelligence(AI)
  • Continuous Threat Exposure Management(CTEM)
  • Identity & Access Management (IAM)
  • Cyber Risk

Padraic will also discuss the changing role of the CISO, at least in the eyes of Gartner. Don't miss this recap.

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The recent rise in adversarial AI has made it clear: organizations must fight AI with better AI. Gone are the days of relying on legacy, antiquated endpoint detection and response offerings, or cybersecurity tools that are based on ineffective machine learning models. In this interview, Deep Instinct CIO Carl Froggett will explain why Deep Learning is the most superior form of AI, and the technology’s role in powering predictive prevention.

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Attackers are targeting enterprise users when they are online via attacks like spear phishing, malicious docs infected with malware/ransomware.

Today SASE/SSE’s Secure Web Gateway (SWG) component is touted as the solution to this problem. These SWGs look at traffic between the enterprise users and websites and try to infer attacks.

Unfortunately, attackers are subverting these SWGs and breaking into enterprises. There is an urgent need to stop this and the solution seems to be to have a browser native security agent which can detect-mitigate attacks happening on the users browser and allow enterprises to threat hunt web attacks company wide.

Segment Resources: Why Browser Native Solutions are better than Cloud Based Proxies:

Data Sheet:

Blog on the Many Failures of Secure Web Gateways:

Latest Press Release: Forbes: Critical Security Flaws Found In Email Top 4—Apple, Gmail, Outlook & Yahoo:

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