WannaCry and the Business of Crimeware

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Anti-Malware , Breach Preparedness , Data Breach

Skybox Security’s Gidi Cohen on Managing the Most Critical Vulnerabilities
Gidi Cohen, CEO, Skybox Security

The business of crimeware is evolving – and so are the exploits that take advantage of unprotected systems.. How do security leaders focus on managing their most critical vulnerabilities? Gidi Cohen, CEO of Skybox Security, shares insight.

In a video interview recorded at Infosecurity Europe in London, Cohen discusses:

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  • What WannaCry tells us about the rise of crimeware;
  • How exploit kits are now being weaponized;
  • How to leverage analytics to focus on your organization’s most critical vulnerabilities.

Cohen co-founded Skybox in 2002 and has guided the company’s vision and development as the leader in cybersecurity analytics. A respected innovator in the security analytics space, he is a popular speaker at industry conferences worldwide, demonstrating how sophisticated analytics, modeling and simulation, as well as unprecedented network visibility, are used to reduce an enterprise’s attack surface. For more than 10 years he has been committed to empowering security leaders to quickly and accurately prioritize and address vulnerabilities and threats with cutting-edge Skybox solutions.

http://www.bankinfosecurity.co.uk/wannacry-business-crimeware-a-10041

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