Title of Session

Extending behavioral insights to drive risk adaptive protection and enforcement

Summary of Session

Today’s behavior analytics tools provide insights into risky and anomalous activity but most are powerless as unable to enforce protection policies. How insights on risky human behavior and abnormal activity can be gained by tightly integrating user and entity behavioral analytics (UEBA) with other security technologies. How to break free of the forensic nature of UEBAs, protecting data and user insights with policy enforcement to happen as security events occur.

Presenter Short Biography

Ozgur Danisman heads the security consultancy practice at Forcepoint. He possesses more than 20 years of ICT experience, having previously served in a variety of security consultancy and security managerial engineering roles with Cisco, Palo Alto, Checkpoint, and Vodafone. He first joined Forcepoint as Head of Sales Engineering for the Emerging Markets, and some of his professional security certifications include ISO27001 LI/LA, CISSP, CISA, and CISM

Learning Objectives

As organizations move towards a risk adaptive security from the legacy threat centric approach, Forcepoint will share solution strategies to help customers achieve below objectives:

  • Identify Potential Sources of Data Exfiltration and Critical IP Loss: Determine users exhibiting risky behavior such as stockpiling and atypical data movement before critical IP leaves your organization.
  • Advanced Compromised Account Detection: By understanding attributes like typical access patterns, prevent bad actors from accessing your critical assets and systems with risk adaptive protection.
  • Solve Challenges in Data Security and Regulatory Compliance: Analyze and detect patterns of human behavior in big data, delivering insights into enterprise risk where threats have surpassed the perimeter.