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Yes! You Can Apply NIST & ISO Controls to Unmanaged & IoT Devices

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Sponsored by ARMIS


Thursday, July 16, 2020
1 pm EDT

Unmanaged endpoints and IoT devices form a large attack surface in nearly every modern enterprise. In fact by 2021, 90% of devices in businesses will be unmanaged. These devices can’t be secured or monitored like normal desktops, laptops, and servers.

So how do you apply  cyber security frameworks — such as NIST 800-53, NIST CSF and ISO 27002 — in a world where legacy security solutions won’t work? Now there is a way to provide these  security controls around unmanaged and IoT devices.

In this webinar, we’ll take a look at the risks associated with unmanaged and IoT devices. We will provide examples of how large enterprises have deployed innovative agentless security controls. And show the agentless approach maps to the NIST frameworks to meet the requirements of cyber security frameworks for unmanaged endpoints and IoT devices.

Curtis Simpson
CISO - Armis
As Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) of Armis, Curtis guides and advances the Armis enterprise vision, ensures the protection of the company’s information assets, and serves as a vital resource to his counterparts at Armis customers and throughout the technology sector. 
Curtis brings more than 15 years of diversified information technology experience, with direct information security and management experience in positions of increasing responsibility at Sysco, a Fortune 50 corporation. As vice president and global CISO at Sysco, Curtis directed a portfolio of cost effective, business-focused security programs responsible for reducing security risks faced by a global organization.

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