In a statement on Monday, 5H not only gave more background about what they say happened -- "not one security guard inappropriately touched or harmed anyone," they wrote -- but also stressed the importance of security in light of Christina Grimmie's death. "Our security team is set up and in place to protect us and our privacy when people go beyond normal boundaries." "Want to make people smile and happy but not at my expense and I always leave feeling mentally and emotionally exhausted to the point of depression," he explained at the time. "We will continue to support our security team in making sure that they respect the boundaries so many people seem to think they're entitled to disrespect," 5H wrote.
New advanced threats are emerging associated with every layer of the society. They continue to compromise IT systems, organizations and individuals on global level. The security risks are increasing due to end-point vulnerabilities, concerns in critical network infrastructures and emerging cloud technologies with shared capabilities. Regulatory requirements on privacy, data protection and security auditing are increasing the need for new approaches to managing security and privacy compliance. To mitigate these threats and requirements, organizations are looking for solutions that can automatically harden, continuously monitor and detect threats and intrusions in their critical IT systems – without the need for large security operations.
This year's RSA conference in San Francisco has brought more than 30,000 attendees and over 400 exhibitors together to try and grapple with the latest cybersecurity threat trends. As the cybersecurity landscape continues to evolve, and networks continue to transform at a rapid pace, security professionals have to stay on their toes to not only compete against cybercriminals, but to also ward off threats and harden new attack surfaces being introduced through the expansion of the network and the adoption of new technologies. As always, there is literally too much information to consume. But with some simple analysis, we can break down some of the bigger security trends being unveiled at this year's event and help separate the hype from the solutions that can actually help. For the most part, most vendors on the exhibit floor are pushing point-centric solutions designed to address some specific aspect of the security challenge.
The ASIAL Conference held over two-days will cover key topics including artificial intelligence and machine learning, cyber and physical security threats, digital transformation, social media crisis management as well as leading discussion into security in a post-COVID world. The ASIAL Security Conference sold out in 2017, 2018, and 2019. This year's virtual program includes a compelling line up of experts and academics who will share their insights on how to protect your business, brand reputation, and vital assets along with mitigating risk and vulnerability. As demand for security services grows, digital transformation and innovation is critical to the future growth and development of the Australian security industry. The use of technologies such as video analytics, augmented reality, cyber security and robotics will become commonplace, meaning that organisations will need to embrace change to remain competitive.