“Today’s attacks succeed because the defense is reactive”. Defensive measures have added several layers of infrastructure, technology, processes and people, all of which are working on reactive principles. Attackers have simply changed tactics over the years, following two paths namely money and least resistance, and overcome reactive defense measures.
It is time to transition defense from being reactive to proactive. This talk discusses strategies for implementing proactive defense strategy and measures for the future, concluding with a blueprint of the next evolution of pro-active defense architecture.