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How Data Breaches Happen — And What to Do When They Happen to You

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Dark Reading Virtual Event
Dark Reading Virtual Event - How Data Breaches Happen And What To Do When They Happen To You. June 23, 2022.

A Dark Reading Virtual Event

Dark Reading is hosting an all-day virtual event that will look at some of the most common vulnerabilities that lead to enterprise data breaches, as well as the latest tools and best practices for incident response.

Bishop Fox is proud to be a Platinum sponsor of the event, which will cover topics such as:

  • An in-depth look at how major data breaches occur, and what vulnerabilities they exploit
  • Tips and recommendations for finding and fixing security vulnerabilities in your own IT environment
  • Methods for detecting a new incursion, even when it is well hidden or obfuscated

Register for free access to all sessions, including a panel discussion with Bishop Fox's Ori Zigindere. 

Panel Discussion

Finding and Fixing Security Vulnerabilities That Put Your Data in Danger


Software vendors are constantly issuing patches and updates to their products. Not all vulnerabilities are critical, so how do you assess and prioritize your risk of an attacker exploiting them in your servers, endpoints, and network systems?

In this panel discussion, experts will offer recommendations for pinpointing the security flaws that put your data at risk and provide insight on how to establish a sound patching policy that includes risk assessment and ensures solid security posture.

Ori zigindere

About the speaker, Ori Zigindere

Director of Cosmos Operations at Bishop Fox

Ori Zigindere is Director of COSMOS (formerly CAST) Operations at Bishop Fox with a background in software engineering. He works with a wide range of companies in all major industries and leads a team that helps them improve their security posture against day to day threats.

Ori believes in the value of privacy and security and helps both individuals and organizations to improve their understanding of these topics. In his spare time, he runs WorkshopCon, a company he co-founded, which helps bring together information security students and trainers for world class quality, low cost training.

Ori is an avid volunteer for local information security events in the New England area where he co-organizes Boston Security Meetup and is a board member at OWASP Boston where he is responsible for coordinating volunteers for the annual Boston Application Security Conference (BASC). Ori is a certified GIAC Web Application (GWAPT) and Network Penetration Tester (GPEN) and holds a bachelor's degree in computer science.

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