GISEC 2022 has multiple tracks… So we have put together a list of 5 talks that you cannot miss!
1. DDoS Attacks Against Telecom; Who Takes The Blame?
Monday, March 21, 13:40 – 14:10 GST (Meeting Room)
- VOIP and the urgent need for DDoS protection
- Can we put a stop? Application layer attacks on the rise
- Players v/s the hackers: Emerging Threats targeting App Devs & Gamers
2. Panel: Recap 2021: The Year That Was! Shedding Light On The Dark Side Of A Ransomware Attack
Wednesday, March 23, 13:20 – 14:00 GST (Meeting Room)
Colonial Pipeline suffered a ransomware attack, IT/OT systems & critical infrastructure were put at risk, the company paid $4.4 million in bitcoin to hackers, how threat actors exploited vulnerabilities, what can be done to combat threats?
- Securing your critical assets and safeguarding OT environment
- Ensuring one weak link does not bring production to a halt
- Weaving a web of protection and a structured security approach
- Deploying communication, organizational, process frameworks to reduce cyber risks
3. Hacker CISO Dialogue: Matching Up To The Hacker’s Speed
Wednesday, March 23, 11:00 – 11:40 GST (Main Stage – Hall 5)
With threat actors continuing to weaponize new attack vectors, CISO’s need to understand their risk tolerance andreinvent cyber security to defend this expanded threat surface
- Comprehensive threat visibility is critical
- Banking on the lessons learnt
- What we had to do to survive
- Are we doing it the right way?
- How do we plan for five years down the road?
4. CISO Panel Discussion: Staying Ahead Of The Hacker
Monday, March 21, 15:35 – 16:05 GST (Main Stage – Hall 5)
According to a recent report, 73% of CIOs and CISOs are highly confident they will not suffer an IT/OT breach in 2022. This session will navigate the cyber minefield and why it’s the need of the hour to bind in cyber security into all conversations
- Know thy enemy; know your data & how to recover it
- How hospitals are adapting to ransomware strikes & continue care despite EHRs on lockdown?
- Getting started with ZTNA frameworks, improving endpoint security and achieving broader cybersecurity readiness
5. Usd 6 Trillion Is The Annual Cost Of Cybercrime To The Global Economy: How Are Healthcare Organizations Strengthening Their Cyber Security Defenses?
Monday, March 21, 16:35 – 16:55 GST (Main Stage – Hall 5)
Time to throw away your old security playbook: How are healthcare organizations strengthening their cyber security defenses?
Adapting and enhancing existing security practices to combat ongoing cyber threats.
Enabling encryption at very point, using threat intelligence to stay secure Testing the ability to recover from a cyberattack