Cyber Forensics: Beyond Traditional Detection and Prevention Approaches to Cyber Security
Current cyber security measures often focus narrowly on technologies for detecting and preventing breaches. Yet these security appliances often generate false positives and false negatives. Coupled with this is the lack of automated capability to rapidly identify, contain, analyze and remediate compromised devices. So how can an organization effectively protect itself given the ever-evolving landscape of cyber threats?
On a Technology Executives Dbriefs webcast, Cyber Forensics: Beyond Traditional Detection and Prevention Approaches to Cyber Security, held on December 02, 2010, Deloitte & Touche LLP principals, Rich Baich and JR Reagan; and Bill Farwell, director, Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP, discussed:
- Extending the fundamental principles of detect and prevent – to modeling, understanding, and explaining the source and purpose of the threat
- Applying forensic techniques and tools for improved security of information assets and business operations
- Fusing cyber forensics and cyber security with other enterprise information to develop targeted defensive and preemptive strategies, including systemic Cyber Threat Intelligence
Watch the Dbriefs Webcast replay to learn how integrated investigative and forensic tools can become formidable cyber weapons for securing your information assets.
The following polling questions were conducted during the Webcast: