The common dangers & vulnerabilities missed when balancing security and convenience

Real-life insights from customer analysis

An IT department’s goal is to provide technology and services to its users that are simple to use and enable the everyday operation of the business, while simultaneously securing these systems against attackers and data loss.

The easier an IT environment is to use, the easier it is for the user to “forget themselves” and stray into dangerous or unnecessary digital behavior. However, too strict and impractical security measures tend to have the effect of forcing users outside of the corporate IT structure to perform their duties. 

In this webinar, Chris and Ran discuss some of their observations, findings, and insights from customer analysis of the past year, focusing primarily on actions by authorized users. They will guide you through some common areas of danger and vulnerability that are missed (and sometimes created) by efforts to secure data and propose a practical approach to balance security and convenience.

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Recorded: April 1st, 2020
Duration: 30 minutes

Chris Denbigh-White

Security Analyst

Chris Denbigh-White, MBCS GCIH GPEN GNFA CISSP, is a former police and intelligence officer. He has worked in system design and defense for both the public and private sectors. He contributes to the advisory board of the SANS Institute and assists in certification question writing for the ISC2 CISSP exam. Chris currently works with Jazz Analytical Services as a Security Analyst helping clients protect what really matters.

Ran Pugach

Chief Product and Development Officer

Ran Pugach is Jazz and Vaion’s Chief Product and Development Officer. He runs a team of 70 engineers that designs and builds excellent cyber and physical security products. He has 15 years of experience in tech strategy, of which four years were spent in McKinsey, has a solid commercial sense and holds an MBA from INSEAD and B.Sc in Industrial Engineering from TAU.

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