Advanced security teams are measuring visibility and predicting risks related to assets using scientific methodologies. At the base of such approach is a shift from thinking in “assets at risk” to “attack graphs,” and from “siloed vulnerabilities” to “attack scenarios.” This approach provides much-needed context that dramatically improves risk mitigation capabilities.
As unknown vulnerabilities are being discovered every day, it is impossible to predict the next exploitation. However, focusing on complete attack routes, rather than specific vulnerabilities, increases the chances of blocking attack scenarios that lead to the organization’s crown jewels.
In this webinar, you’ll learn:
- Recommendations for enhancing security visibility
- How using graph theory and the right calculations can help identify the most probable routes an attacker will take
- Next steps to define, measure, and predict cyber visibility and risks
Matt Bromiley, Institute Instructor, SANS
Reuven Aronashvili, CEO and Founder, CYE