The breakneck speed of technology evolution, the ever changing threat landscape, and the increasing flexibility, ingenuity and persistence of cyber attackers have made security-minded executives realize that everything they are currently doing is not enough to keep their networks safe from intrusions.
In this podcast recorded at the RSA Conference 2012, Val Rahmani, CEO of Damballa, talks about the three things that currently worry CSOs and CIOs the most: the "unknown threat", the lack of effective automated log analysis, and BYOD.
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