Taxonomy of Digital Threats: Understanding Risk Types, Tactics and Protection Strategies



From social media and new communications channels like Slack, to app stores and code-sharing repositories, government agencies and a large ecosystem of contractors are leveraging a wide range of public-facing platforms to conduct important business and to support citizens and employees.  

 

These new tools have become critical business infrastructure. However, agencies are often not currently counting these new platforms in their “asset inventory” and are only beginning to understand how bad actors are exploiting this rapidly expanding attack surface to conduct a range of attacks.  

 

Register Today to learn:

  • The four categories of digital threats
  • The impacts of each threat type
  • The techniques to detect and remediate these threats

Speaker and Presenter Information

  • Joseph Carrigan, Senior Security Engineer and Outreach Coordinator, Johns Hopkins University Information Security Institute
  • Sam Small, PhD, CSO, ZeroFOX

Relevant Government Agencies

DOD & Military, Other Federal Agencies, State Government, County Government, City Government, Municipal Government, Federal Government, State & Local Government


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When
Thu, Jan 30, 2020, 1:00pm ET


Cost
Complimentary:    $ 0.00


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Organizer
Digital Government Institute


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