I remember before there was an Internet or a World Wide Web. I remember when money was kept in a safe and confidential information was locked in a filing cabinet.
Those memories aren’t from a distant past, but they feel like they’re a thousand years old. Within the span of a few decades, much of what we deem valuable has become digitized.
We live in a world in which vast amounts of data are at risk, and we are forced to play catch-up as cyber criminals continually invent new ways of stealing or compromising our data.
The SolarWinds breach, in which thousands of organizations all over the world – including numerous parts of the U.S. government – were successfully attacked and penetrated, is a harsh reminder of this ever-present risk. It would be foolhardy and irresponsible to ignore the reality of our current situation.
Please join us for an important roundtable discussion this Wednesday, March 24. The discussion will focus on the long-term impact of the SolarWinds breach, and offer fresh perspectives for CISOs and business leaders tasked with evaluating third-party risk and supply chain vulnerabilities going forward.
Register today for this exceptional high-value discussion and hear insights directly from top-tier technology executives and practitioners. Featured speakers include Rich Seiersen, Cofounder and President, Soluble; Nikhil Gupta, CEO, ArmorCode Inc.; Ritesh Agrawal, CEO, Airgap Networks Inc.; Jesse Bociek, CISO, Global Information Security, Driv; and Clif Triplett, Executive Director, A.T. Kearney.
The SolarWinds cyber-attack is believed to be the most damaging hack of a Western government ever. In addition to the government, more than 425 companies in the Fortune 500 were affected. While the immediate dangers have been identified, experts say it will likely take months, if not years, for the cumulative risks to be understood and addressed.