The biggest companies (the Fortune 500 types) are more often than not taking matters into their own hands when it comes to breach prevention, eschewing long-term relationships with vendors and charting their own courses with a dizzying array of technologies. Meanwhile, the “unfortunate” 5,000 and beyond fall further behind, struggling to find talent and budget, while security industry vendors produce evermore granular point products that leave everyone unsatisfied and exhausted. Does this sound like the prospects are good for reducing breaches and fraud? The short answer: No.
During this session, our presenter will review possible paths forward for practitioners, as well as what they should be looking for from vendors, service providers and their own management.