By leveraging digital risk protection (DRP) capabilities, financial institutions can have a complete view of their digital footprint and manage their digital assets with confidence. Although powerful tools like asset mapping and vulnerability management are in play, financial institutions are still challenged to have a complete external view of all cyber threats and data leaks. On February 16th at 1pm, Join our Co-Founder, Mathieu Lavoie, as he shares his thoughts on How to Leverage DRP Capabilities in your Cybersecurity Strategy.
The Discussion covered:
- Why Digital Risk Protection (DRP) should be considered the core capability of your cybersecurity approach and strategy
- Do you have a view on where your data ends up when it leaves your infrastructure and how DRP will help you gain a comprehensive view on your external data exposure.
- How to use internal knowledge or existing knowledge to enhance discovery from an outside perspective
- What are the best practices to integrate digital risk protection capabilities into an existing ecosystem with existing capabilities such as vulnerability management, asset management, SOAR, SIEM and cybersecurity awareness programs
- Why DRP is the missing piece of financial institutions’ broader security ecosystem and strategies, particularly when it comes to risk modeling, compliance, and incident response times
- And more!
Co-Founder @Flare Systems
Mathieu Lavoie initially cofounded Flare Systems back in 2017. With an extensive background in the industry, Mathieu started working in cybersecurity even before he obtained his B.Eng. from the L’École de Technologie Supérieure (ÉTS) in Montreal, Canada. He started his career working for a large financial institution where he was promoted to Manager of the Offensive Security Team and while at the organization, Mathieu was also a strategic advisor for senior executives on cybersecurity and blockchain. He has been a guest speaker at security conferences such as HOPE, Hackfest, and NorthSec. In addition to co-founding Flare, Mathieu has also co-developed BitCluster, an open-source forensic tool for bitcoin transactions.