The Cyber Threat Landscape is Winnable but ONLY through Public-Private Collaboration

A presentation at RSA Conference 2022 in in San Francisco, CA, USA by Shawn Wells

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June 8, 2022 6:00pm - 8:30pm PDT SFMOMA From expedited digital transformation in response to COVID-19 to an ever-changing, contentious geopolitical climate, the cyber threat landscape continues to grow and evolve, and too many organizations are focusing on maintaining a defensive posture to mitigate damage. As an industry, we are playing not to lose when we should be fighting to win. Public-private collaboration is the only way we do that.

When we talk about cybersecurity public-private collaboration in the abstract, it may seem soft. It’s not just about sharing indicators of compromise (IOCs) or even actionable threat intelligence, although both are important elements of a fraud fighting partnership. True public-private collaboration is about engaging modern defense strategy powered by collective protection to make sure cybercriminals are disrupted and experience real costs and consequences.

Join thought leaders from the NSA Cybersecurity Collaboration Center, Accenture, Georgetown University and more for this engaging session.

We also invite you to join us for food, drinks and live entertainment during our networking reception prior to and following the panel.