Proactive Cyber Defense – DDOS

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Speaker Vishal Bhatia,
Designation: Director-Head Information security – Banking Clients, FIS
Topic: Proactive Cyber Defense – DDOS
Date of Webinar: 25th Feb, 2020
Time and Location: 7pm IST/ 1:30pm GMT/ 5:30pm Dubai Time
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Speaker Bio:

Vishal Bhatia is a Director of Head Information Security for Banking clients at FIS India. Vishal has 19 years of experience in information security, risk management, compliance, and privacy. Prior to FIS, Vishal has worked on diverse infosec folios with Vodafone India, Barclays, TechMahindra, Novell Inc, etc. His primary focus is on technology security, majorly security solution, architecture and design, and review of emerging technology projects like IOT security, hybrid DDOS solution, cloud security, end to end security for mobile wallets and payment banking solutions. Vishal is CISSP, CEH, ISO 27001 LA, BS2599 LA, MCSE, MCSA, CCNA, CCNP, CNE & CNA certified. He is an active speaker and enjoys reading, watching videos & discussion on cybersecurity.

Topic Abstract:

This presentation aims to provide an overview of how to enable the organization to have actionable items in defining their DDOS strategy. A security leader should evaluate controls within his organization, know its environment where they have been fully / partially outsourcing their defenses leaving gaps in their DDoS protection strategy. Many organizations are working on a layered defense approach which is a key against such attacks. A proactive defense which is ideally assumed as the automated technical solution is not only about the product but is about business dynamics, people, process, and technology.

Although the investment in DDoS solutions is enormous, it also provides peace of mind. With the most suitable solution adoption and monitoring solution in place, organizations can proactively prevent and respond to risks in real-time. Without proactive protection of the traffic flows that are not under attack, they will start experiencing substantial packet loss, if these flows pass through links common to attack routes, resulting in significant collateral damage. Hence it is important for a strategist to understand how to evaluate providers, what solution approach fits best, what risk acceptance level to improve business continuity and above all how can he keep things simple.

Attendee Takeaway:

  1. Overview of how to enable the organization to have actionable items in defining their DDOS strategy.
  2. How organizations can proactively prevent and respond to risks in real-time?
  3. Proactive defense is not only about the product but is about business dynamics, people, process and technology.

*Examples, analysis, views and opinion shared by the speakers are personal and not endorsed by EC-Council or their respective employer(s)


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