You Can’t Stop the Breach Without Prevention AND Detection
CrowdStrike VP, Product Management Rod Murchison and guest speaker Chris Sherman, Forrester Research analyst, will discuss how modern approaches must balance prevention with detection capabilities in the context of an overall security strategy. Ultimately, this will give security professionals the ability to better deal with the influx of new device types and data access requirements while reducing the likelihood of compromise.
In this CrowdCast, Forrester and CrowdStrike will present:
- Forrester’s Targeted-Attack Hierarchy of Needs
- The six core requirements to a successful endpoint security strategy
- Preparing for and responding to targeted intrusions and attacks
- How CrowdStrike lines up with Forrester’s Hierarchy of Needs framework
Chris ShermanForrester Research, Analyst
Chris is an analyst serving Security & Risk (S&R) Professionals. His research focuses on helping S&R Pros make strategic decisions regarding endpoint security (laptops, PCs, smartphones, and tablets) and data privacy, such as how to secure employee-owned devices while meeting industry compliance standards. Chris also works closely with Forrester's Infrastructure & Operations team to help integrate security operations with traditional endpoint management.
Rod MurchisonCrowdStrike, VP, Product Management
As Vice President of Product Management, Rod is responsible for driving CrowdStrike’s strategic and tactical requirements, and ensuring our pricing & packaging strategy creates excellent value for our customers and partners. Rod is a seasoned industry leader with a 20 year history of bringing innovative products to market, and has authored several patents in the fields of security, networking, encryption, and authentication. Prior to joining CrowdStrike, Rod held executive-level positions at Tripwire, Boeing, Juniper and Blue Coat.