New York, NY (PRWEB) January 31, 2012
Pivot Point Security’s “It Takes a Village... To Secure An Organization” was presented at the FBI’s 2012 International Conference on Cyber Security. The presentation has since been a topic of conversation with many of the company's potential clients. Pivot Point Security’s John Verry's compelling message was simple: Information Security threats constantly evolve; therefore, an organization’s approach to security must do the same.
Verry’s presentation traced the history of Information Technology’s “us vs. them” mentality from early main-frames through the current cloud computing boom, and the challenges that make that approach increasingly ineffective today. He also cited a somewhat surprising example of an evolved approach to information security – the US Government and the Stuxnet worm.
As Verry neared the end of his presentation, he brought up the $64,000 question, “How do I/we work “collaboratively” with employees, business partners, vendors, competitors, & attackers?” He went on to share advice for organizations struggling with those infinite shades of grey.
Verry illustrated each approach with customer stories. He then closed the presentation with a simple question: “The World is Evolving – Are You?”
“It Takes a Village... To Secure An Organization” has been updated and re-recorded and is now available to view on the Pivot Point Security website.
About Pivot Point Security:
Continually evolving technology, business requirements, regulations, and threats make "being secure" and "proving you're compliant" increasingly complex. The only logical response: Simplify. Pivot Point Security makes it easier to prove that you are secure and compliant. Pivot Point Security focuses on four core practice areas; Security Assessments, Ethical Hacking, Compliance Assessments, and Security Information Event Management (SIEM). Visit Pivot Point Security at http://www.pivotpointsecurity.com