When the theme, Human Element, was announced for RSA Conference 2020 (RSAC), I was gratified. It’s a topic I never tire of because not only do I believe that there is no “silver bullet” technology, I believe it’s the humans who really lead the way to greater security efficiency and effectiveness. So, while at the conference I took the opportunity to view everything through the lens of the human element. More specifically, what companies are doing to better support and enable the practitioners and leaders focused on cybersecurity. One example that stood out to me was the LEAD framework created by Adobe to help their internal security teams make better use of the vast amounts of threat intelligence they collect every day.
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