An Inside-Out Approach to Security in Financial Services
The security industry spends $81 billion annually to stop cyber threats. Despite this overwhelming investment, point products still don’t provide complete protection against the increasing number of data breaches, which are more damaging than ever before. Rather than react to the thousands of daily incidents, security should focus on people and their data.
In Financial Services, an inside-out security approach goes beyond blocking threats to identify, understand and mitigate user behaviors that could lead to a breach of critical data, such as personal identifiable information (PII) and financial records. In this webcast, you’ll hear from Forcepoint experts who understand the key security challenges in Financial Services and the elements of a successful insider threat program.
Brandon Swafford, Chief Technology Officer, Data Protection & Insider Threat - Forcepoint
Brandon has more than 12 years of experience in legal investigations and security, including hedge funds where he built security technology and the U.S. Intelligence Community as a Cyber Counterintelligence consultant and analyst. Within the intelligence community, Brandon covered several classified agencies and worked closely with the National Insider Threat Task Force and National Counterintelligence Executive. In addition, Brandon provided insider threat analysis and investigation consulting to the International Monetary Fund in Washington, D.C.
Robert Slocum, Director, Data Security & Insider Threat Strategies - Forcepoint
Bob has more than 18 years’ experience in the technology industry, specializing in data theft prevention and endpoint security. He has worked at companies including Barracuda Networks and Dell, Inc. where he helped to create and take to market Dell’s Connected Security and EMM solutions. Bob is a subject matter expert on data theft and data loss prevention strategies, lending his expertise to countless speaking engagements.