Back to the (Cyber) Future:
Tomorrow’s Cybersecurity Relies on Today’s Asset Management

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. 

Watch the replay for Back to the (Cyber) Future: Tomorrow’s Cybersecurity Relies on Today’s Asset Management, hosted by Andrew Senko, Sr. Sales Engineer at Axonius.

Andrew will cover why it’s more important than ever to have a foundational understanding of the assets in your environment. He’ll discuss why this need will only grow stronger as time goes on, and what you can do to manage the chaos and complexity.

Submit the form now 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

Watch the On-Demand Webinar

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Drew Senko, CISSP, CISM
Sr. Security Engineer at Axonius

Drew is a technical team member who enjoys debating solutions and solving problems. He draws from his 30 years of technical and business experience where he’s worked for some of the largest network, data center, and MSSP providers. In that time he’s focused on a wide variety of security areas, including managed security services, DDoS protection, GRC (Governance, Risk & Compliance), threat intelligence platforms, and phishing defense services before moving to Axonius where he helps solve a foundational problem for every enterprise. Drew is a member of the Raleigh ISSA chapter and holds active CISSP and CISM credentials.