APT Defense: Seizing Control When Controls Don’t Work

As our world has shifted to a digital platform, the stakes have changed. Instead of focusing on preventing the attacker from coming into our network, Bob Blakley, Citi’s Global Head of Information Security, recommends we focus on where the attacker is. How can you apply the concept of a minefield to prevent lateral movement in your network.

New York 2017
Bob Blakley
Global Head Information Security Innovation
Bob is an Information Security, Risk, Identity and Privacy expert. He was general chair of the IEEE Security and Privacy Symposium and the ACSA New Security Paradigms workshop. He was awarded the ACSAC’s Distinguished Security Practitioner award and frequently speaks at information security and computer industry events.

Bob was also the general editor of the OMG CORBA Security specification and the OASIS SAML specification and was the first Chair of the OATH Joint Coordinating Committee. He participated in the National Academy of Sciences panels “Authentication Technologies and Their Privacy Implications” and “Whither Biometrics”.

Bob holds 19 patents in cryptography and information security, and publishes regularly in academic literature on information security and privacy.