Building Cyber Asset Management for Today’s Digital Infrastructure

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15 years into the cloud revolution, we've seen amazing increases in productivity, cost-efficiency, and performance. We're squeezing more from our technology assets than ever before. There's just one problem: we're not keeping track of them.

Hybrid cloud, multi-cloud environments and traditional on-premises software deployments have led to a rise in technology sprawl. With physical and virtual assets now spread between different domains, and with infrastructures relying increasingly on software-defined functions, it's getting harder to know what we're protecting and to track its status.

To address this, we must rethink our approach to IT asset management for the modern computing era. This session will explore what that new approach must look like and how to build it so that we can understand cybersecurity risk across the distributed enterprise.

Key Takeaways

  • How we approach asset management today and why it isn't working
  • How to evaluate your attack surface in a distributed environment
  • How relationship-based asset models can help to expose and mitigate cyber risk
  • Common cyber asset management use cases 


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Danny Bradbury

Contributing Writer & North America Webinar Moderator

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Allen Rogers

Chief Product Officer & Co-Founder, Noetic

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Larry Whiteside Jr

Chief Information Security Officer, RegScale

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