Responding to data breaches and increasing security
by HNS - Wednesday, 7 May 2014.
In this podcast, recorded at Infosecurity Europe 2014, Josie Herbert interviews Craig Carpenter, the Chief Cybersecurity Strategist for AccessData.

Carpenter tackles the issues surrounding data breaches, incident response and BYOD. He offers tips for organizations working to resolve the IT security challenges following a breach. He also discusses the future of the IT security market and how it will respond to a series of evolving threats.

Remember the Target breach and the fact their detection systems actually worked? Carpenter points to one of the most significant problems in information security today - the problem is not detection, it's the ability to identify what's important and act on it.

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The AccessData InSight Platform is a Continuous, Automated Incident Resolution platform, delivering the workflows and capabilities necessary to detect, analyze, and resolve any data event—from security breaches to e-discovery and other Governance, Risk and Compliance issues.

It integrates network, endpoint and malware analysis, end-to-end e-discovery and remediation technologies into a single, scalable solution. This makes it possible for all security, legal and compliance teams to do their jobs using one platform, automating tasks and collaborating in real time to address virtually any security incident or legal matter.

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