With the rise of cloud computing and the rapid transition to work from home, maintaining a perfect inventory of every internet-exposed asset has become an impossible challenge. As a result, organizations are searching for new ways to better manage the risk introduced by these rapid changes.
Attack surface management (ASM) is an emerging category that aims to help organizations address these challenges by providing a continuous perspective of an organization's external attack surface.
In this webcast, SANS course author Pierre Lidome and Randori's CTO David Wolpoff will provide an overview of the benefits and limitations of attack surface management and actionable guidance for organizations looking to evaluate an ASM solution.
Pierre Lidome is a SANS course author and a cyber threat hunter for a large oil and gas company. With more than 25 years' experience in network engineering, firewall management, security services delivery, data management, forensic analysis and e-discovery, he has worked on numerous digital forensics and incident response (DFIR) cases involving vectors such as insider threats and nation-state actors. Pierre's latest projects include migrating on-premises processes and tools to the cloud to efficiently conduct DFIR. He is a member of the GIAC advisory board and holds the GCTI, CCE and CISM certifications.
David "Moose" Wolpoff is co-founder and CTO of Randori. David is a recognized expert in digital forensics, vulnerability research and embedded electronic design. Prior to founding Randori, David held executive positions at Kyrus Tech, a leading defense contractor, and ManTech where he oversaw teams conducting vulnerability research, forensics and offensive security efforts on-behalf of government and commercial clients.