It is well documented that to help alleviate the skills gap within the cybersecurity sector, learning from companies across various industries is vital to build knowledge and assist in the mapping of commonalities to provide better protection for other businesses.
Learning from the frontline is something that is critical to all of us in the industry, assisting with the cycle of innovation within cybersecurity as well as increasing awareness of practices and processes that have proven successful, and how those change over time in order to continually adapt and defend against security breaches.
With the skills gap affecting the amount of time staff have available to attend networking events and access this information, FireEye are bringing it directly to you, with different case studies featured every quarter. Through sharing information, we can all learn and when we all learn, we can provide increasingly stronger defense systems to protect our data.
Global deep visibility and actionable intelligence for Infosys
Infosys is a global leader in next-generation digital services and consulting. It enables clients in 45 countries to navigate their digital transformation. The company’s attack surface is both significant and complex – encompassing hundreds of thousands of endpoints around the world, a highly mobile workforce and huge data centers.
Experience and unified approach helps law firm protect client details across global network
Dentons Rodyk & Davidson LLP – Singapore’s oldest law firm and part of the largest law firm– recognized the need for leading-edge cyber threat protection, against a global background of exponentially increased volume and sophistication of attacks.