When it comes to cybersecurity, you can only defend what you can see. Organizations continue to suffer breaches, oftentimes because they do not have continuous, real-time visibility of all their critical assets. With more data and applications moving to the cloud, IoT and other emerging technologies, the attack surface continues to expand, giving adversaries more blind spots to leverage.
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Craig Harber is the Chief Technology Officer at Fidelis Cybersecurity, following a distinguished career at the National Security Agency (NSA), and most recently USCYBERCOM, where he held senior technical roles driving major initiatives in cybersecurity and information assurance, having far reaching strategic impact across the Department of Defense (DOD) and Intelligence Community (IC). During his career at the NSA, Harber earned a reputation as a respected authority on technical strategies to fully integrate and synchronize investments in cybersecurity capabilities. He invented the threat-based cybersecurity strategy known as NIPRNet SIPRNet Cyber Security Architecture Review (NSCSAR) that provided DOD policymakers a framework to objectively measure the expected value of cybersecurity investments. He transformed Active Cyber Defense concepts into capability pilots, commercial product improvements, industry standards, and operational solutions. He also directed the Integrated Global Information Grid (GIG) IA Architecture; raising the importance of IA to all warfighting platforms resulting in multi-billion dollar increase in DOD IA investments.
Rami Mizrahi is the Vice President of research and development for Deception at Fidelis Cybersecurity. Rami has over 20 years of experience in software development, specializing in enterprise security. He has led the Deception R&D team for over six years, since the inception of TopSpin Security and through the acquisition by Fidelis. Previously, he led the WAF development team at Breach Security, which was acquired by TrustWave.