Information security investments have historically emphasized detection of and response to security threats like signature-based malware and malicious software. To achieve this goal, companies have built technology stacks that link multiple solutions together with the aim of more quickly detecting and responding to malware. What’s missing from this equation is a focus on preventing cyber attacks in the first place.
Prevention is the most strategically vital defense element of any security strategy. A strong focus on prevention mitigates risks and reduces operational costs of the security structure as a whole, largely because the emphasis is on stopping attacks before they even have a chance to complete.
This session presents the strategic prevention model known as Moving Target Defense, which is architected to block advanced threats and unknown attacks such as fileless malware and zero days. The session will also unpack how this new prevention-focused security model enables teams to build a powerful, cost-effective defense against the most significant threats facing workstations, servers, and cloud workloads.
Jay has more than 15 years of experience in the cyber - security space.
Prior to Morphisec
Jay had worked with companies like Checkpoint and TrendMicro, providing
Architectural and Consultancy services to major accounts in India.
Jay is based out of India and holds a Bachelor's degree from Mumbai University.