Security Congress Abstract
Sun Tzu famously said: "If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the results of a hundred battles." Our attackers know us, and they increasingly target individuals within our organizations. However, our defensive tactics reflect limited knowledge of our attackers and continue to focus on a blind and blanket infrastructure-centric approach to security.
This session will share how a people-centric approach to security can leverage our understanding of how individuals are being attacked to develop a response which directly adapts to our attacker’s strategy. By understanding our attacker, combined with designing adaptive controls that can directly respond to our attacker’s behavior changes, we can implement a new and more effective set of controls.