Over 20,000 vulnerabilities (CVEs) were released in 2021 – that is 55 vulnerabilities per day. Even with vulnerability assessment tools, security teams cannot keep up. A recent survey shows that 60% of breaches would have been prevented if the right systems had been patched.
The good news is over 90% of vulnerabilities do not pose significant risk to a given organization. The trick is how to identify the ones that really count to your company. Thanks to modern AI analytics and Orchestra’s Adversarial Approach concept, we created the technology that transforms the old hit or miss method to a contextual based approach that reduces the risk and potential impact of getting breached.
In this session you will learn how next generation vulnerability management is helping security teams stay ahead of the curve with less time, people and expense.
4.45PM – 5.00PM – Registration & free flow wine and beer
5.00PM – 5:05PM – Introduction by host from chapter EXCO
5:05PM – 5:25PM – "Disequilibrating the Disequilibrium” by: Yair Poplawski – MD APAC, Orchestra Group
5:25PM – 5:55PM – “Risk and Resilience" by: Boaz Litai - VP Sales, Worldwide, Orchestra Group
5:55PM – 6:20PM – Q&A & Break. Food to be served (appetizers, starters & main)
6:20PM – 6:50PM – “Do You Have an Evil Twin? 10 Things You Should Know About Wireless and IoT Security” by: Boaz Litai - VP Sales, Worldwide, Orchestra Group
6:50PM – 7:00PM – Q&A & Wrap UpABOUT THE SPEAKER
Boaz Litai has over 25 years of experience in hi-tech and multi-national business at both start-up and large companies.
Boaz served as a senior high-tech executive in Cybersecurity, telecommunications, mobile, and broadband. Along his entire career he has been presenting strong strategic planning, execution, and people management skills. A successful track record in identifying growth opportunities, closing deals, sales increase, and profit performance improvement via organic team building, channels, partnerships, and technical alliances, while constantly overachieving sales quotas and business KPIs.
Boaz holds a Bachelor’s Degree in business administration and economic as well as MBA which he graduated with honor.
Yair Poplawski 20 Years of fighting in the forefront of Cyber warfare as well as ample international experience in driving growt and technological innovation across multiple emerging regions.
Creating and promoting strategies platforms and solutions across industries and geographies, in order to mitigate Cyber terrorism and Cyber crime to help create a safer world.
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