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Please join us on May 6th as Jason Whitehurst, Cybersecurity Professional, will take us through the Mitre Engenuity 2022 evaluation results.
Mitre Engenuity has released its 2022 fully independent evaluation of 30 of the most common cybersecurity endpoint protection platforms. Why does this matter? The 2022 assessment and results are particularly interesting because the payload they used is the most common, and nefarious, ransomware and malware variants in use today. You will see how popular EDR/XDR solutions ranked in performance and gain a better understanding of how your district's solution may perform against today's attacks.
The results, however, are quite difficult to discern for most because they are written for cybersecurity professionals. So, let’s break this down, shall we?
Topics for discussion:
- What is MITRE ATT&CK and why is it so complicated?
- What payloads were tested and why were they chosen?
- What do all these results mean? Why can’t we simply get a chart of who did best?
- What are the major findings categories and why do they matter?
- It’s a simple question, isn’t it? Who did the best?
- How can I look at this data and quickly find results to compare against vendor marketing or sales material?
About our speaker:
Jason Whitehurst has 20+ years of experience in IT and Cybersecurity working with organizations of all sizes providing cybersecurity consulting services, incident remediation, architect services, and marketplace consulting with a focus on Managed Service Provider relationships. Jason is currently the co-founder of Service Provider Partners, a Cybersecurity company providing a full stack of cybersecurity platforms, Security Operations Center services, Virtual Information Security Officer services, ransomware, and business email compromise remediation services, and far more through carefully selected partners who represent the most tenured and mature players in the Managed Services space. Jason is also a consultant for a number of the large investor groups investing heavily in the MSP and MSSP space providing market expertise, competitive landscape expertise, vendor expertise, and more. Jason can be found speaking at 10 or more cybersecurity conferences a year on the topics of ransomware prevention, compromise detection, penetration testing, risk assessments, and MSP cybersecurity partnerships.
Date: Friday, May 6th
Time: 11 am - 12 noon
Location: Zoom - REGISTER HERE
We hope you will join us!