With corporate data and applications moving to the cloud and the use of bring-your-own-devices (BYOD) growing, the corporate security perimeter is disappearing. Organizations must now face the challenge of adapting their security policies to mitigate the risks associated with a perimeter-less network, including corporate data leakage, data privacy and regulatory compliance. Learn from domain experts at SANS and OPSWAT about the main security challenges in a perimeter-less network, as well as the practical steps that organizations can take to mitigate these risks.
In this session you will learn:
- Why traditional security policies are no longer effective without a network perimeter
- The top six security challenges in a perimeter-less network
- How organizations can protect corporate data and assets
Yiyi Miao, VP of Products - OPSWAT
Yiyi Miao joined OPSWAT in 2009 as a Software Engineer within the Research & Development Engineering team. Yiyi was promoted to Director of Software Engineering in 2014 and manages the development team responsible for delivering emerging cloud/client applications across multiple OS and mobile platforms with a primary goal of providing a network security management platform for IT and security professionals focused on advanced threat detection and compliance enforcement. Yiyi earned a Bachelors degree in Biomedical Engineering from Shanghai University in China, and a Masters degree of Computer Science from San Francisco State University.
Serge Borso, Analyst - SANS
Serge Borso, a SANS community instructor and analyst, teaches the Defending Web Applications Security Essentials and Web Application Penetration Testing and Ethical Hacking courses for SANS. As owner and principal consultant of an information security organization, he leads penetration-testing engagements and has helped dozens of organizations improve their security posture. Serge’s accomplishments include developing vulnerability management programs, creating security awareness training solutions and implementing a biometric security system for online banking. An active member in the InfoSec community, he serves on the board of directors of the large, active Denver chapter of Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP). Serge holds several security certifications, including CISSP, GPEN, GCFA and GWAPT.