One of the basic tenants of a security function for any media and entertainment organization is vulnerability management, figuring out your risk exposure.
But what may sound simple on paper can be a daunting task in 2019, considering the increasing frequency of data breaches, and the way you approached vulnerability management in the past may not cut it with today’s technology stack and development methodologies.
That’s the message Rahim Jina, COO and co-founder of vulnerability management solutions firm edgescan will bring to attendees of the HITS Fall https://www.mesalliance.org/conferences/hits-fall-2019 event Oct. 3 in Los Angeles, in the breakout session “Vulnerability Landscape 2019 – Hocus Pocus Refocus.”
“In addition to the abstract, the presentation will focus on some of the key results and stats that have come out in relation to our vulnerability stats report for 2019, an analysis of all vulnerabilities found during all of 2018,” Jina said. “Then I will pick through some of the common themes and pitfalls.”
Using real-life vulnerability data, Jina will look at some of the common themes that persist today, and share some vulnerability management actions you can take. By refocusing on more rudimentary elements, your cyber team could see marked improvements in your company’s overall security posture.
HITS Fall is presented by Entertainment Partners, with sponsorship by Genpact, Variety Business Intelligence, edgescan, LiveTiles, MarkLogic, the Entertainment ID Registry (EIDR), Signiant, the Trusted Partner Network (TPN), Cinelytic, Microsoft Azure, Richey May Technology Solutions and Comcast Technology Solutions.
The event is produced by the Media & Entertainment Services Alliance (MESA) and the Hollywood IT Society (HITS), in association with Women in Technology: Hollywood (WiTH); the Content Delivery & Security Association (CDSA); and the Smart Content Council.
For more information visit HollywoodITSummit.com. To become a sponsor and participate in the event, contact Christian Calson at [email protected] or 310-945-6284.