Webinar: Back to the (cyber) Future together with Axonius.

25 februari 2021


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Never question where your assets are or how they're secured again.

SWITCHPOINT NV/SA & Axonius are more than thrilled to invite you to an exclusive Zoom webinar on Thursday 25th February from 09h00 until 10h30. 

Ever wondered how the (cyber) future looks like? Let us give you a glimpse...
The future of cybersecurity means more chaos. More assets, more asset types, more employees bringing more devices, and more solutions needed to secure them. And with more complexity comes more uncertainty. Do we know how many devices we have? Are our security solutions properly deployed and up to date? Are our security controls working?

Complexity is inevitable — so how do we ensure we know what we have? By arming ourselves with the right tools, technology, and processes to better manage the chaos.

Join SWITCHPOINT NV/SA & Axonius Experts to learn more about how tomorrow’s Cybersecurity relies on today’s Asset Management.

During this webinar we'll cover why it’s more important than ever to have a foundational understanding of the assets in your environment. We’ll discuss why this need will only grow stronger as time goes on, and what you can do to manage the chaos and complexity together with SWITCHPOINT NV/SA & Axonius

Registration & participation:
CLICK HERE to reserve your virtual seat.

Attend this webinar to learn:

  • Why cybersecurity asset management is at the top of CISOs’ priorities
  • The massive challenge that comes with aggregating disparate data sets
  • How tools built specifically for cybersecurity asset management are helping real teams at real organizations discover security coverage gaps, and validate and enforce security policies

And because we're all a little bit of a geek... 
We have a kick ass retro back to the future t-shirt for every participant! ;)

  • Posted on 25/02/2021

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