Join ZAG as we host a seminar and discussion, “Reviewing Your IT Security: Have You Done Enough?”
- Time: 11 a.m. Pacific
- Date: Thursday, Jan. 27
- Registration: Click here
Most companies have performed at least an initial scan of their processes and technology to see where security vulnerabilities exist. Whether it was a surface-level review or a full-blown assessment, key takeaways have been delivered and changes may have been implemented.
But what’s next? How do you determine the next steps in meeting compliance obligations, board-driven directives, or basic requirements to secure cyber insurance? How can you differentiate the various ways to evaluate IT security?
In this discussion, we will discuss how to proactively identify technology deficiencies, the technical steps you can take toward addressing known vulnerabilities, and the tools available to do so.
ZAG Technical Services’ Director of Client Strategy, Patrick Day, and Senior Solutions Architect, David Bristow, will answer questions about the tools available (e.g., vulnerability scans, penetration tests, compliance audits, Dark Web reports), the processes we follow, and how your organization can benefit.
What you’ll learn:
- The distinct types of security assessment methods
- How to validate the effectiveness of your security measures
- How to determine what’s next for your organization’s security posture
Patrick Day is the Director of Client Strategy at ZAG. Patrick sat on both sides of the table, as an IT Director for fast-growing firms in demanding industries in Silicon Valley, and as a trusted consulting partner to clients who need virtual CIO-level expertise.
David Bristow is a Senior Solution Architect at ZAG, and the Practice Lead for networking technologies. Across a more than 30-year IT career, David worked in some of the largest enterprise organizations, delivering network security consulting, design assessments, and implementation of advanced SD-WAN networking projects.