Key Learning Points
- You’re being hacked, and it isn’t by an APT
- Hacking is easier and less sophisticated than you understand
- Patching, vulnerability remediation and compliance should be automated by now
- Automating the fundamentals will allow security teams to focus on advanced threats
Seth Corder of BMC, and Brian Brush of GuidePoint Security will take on the roles of Defender and Attacker of a data center in this live demo. You’ll get critical insights into vulnerabilities in your current approach to security, and offer techniques that can help you keep hackers out.
About Seth Corder & Brian Brush
Seth Corder has over 15 years of experience in Enterprise IT Support, Operations, Engineering and Technical Sales. Prior to BMC he worked at Target for 10 years.
Brian Brush is a North Central Region Partner at GuidePoint Security. He brings over 18 years of computer security, engineering, consulting, sales and executive management experience to the mission of driving company growth in the region through strategic relationship with his customers.
Prior to joining GuidePoint, Brian served as the Security Director at Sallie Mae, as a key manager in Deloitte’s Security & Privacy Services practice and as a Technical Account Manager at Qualys. Throughout his career he has spent time as a subject matter expert for security operations and program management, ethical hacking and penetration testing, numerous security compliance standards and overall security program building.
Brian holds a B.S. Computer Engineering from the University of Cincinnati and has obtained numerous industry certifications, including the CISSP and CISA.
This session sponsored by BMC Software.