Cyberattacks have been growing in frequency and severity over the past decade, and have increased exponentially since the onset of widespread remote work. The pressure is on for organizations to prioritize building and implementing a comprehensive security strategy to avoid becoming the latest cyberattack headline. (Ransomware, anyone?) This panel discussion will bring together security and technology leaders to discuss the following: What proactive, preventative measures will truly enhance an organization's security posture -- and what's over-hyped? We've all heard that ""people, process and technologies"" are the key to success, but what does that actually mean? How do you bring major awareness to a company in all three of these areas? Before an actual attacker tries to breach the company, what tactics should you use? What can you do to stay secure if you are strapped for money, talent and guidance?