Dark Reading Fast Chat: Why Most Companies Still Don't Know What's on Their Network

Comprehensive asset discovery is critical to effective cybersecurity programs. CISA has issued a directive requiring federal civilian agencies to improve asset visibility and vulnerability detection by April ‘23. Chris Kirsch, Co-Founder and Board Member of runZero, discusses the directive and the importance of asset discovery.

Chris Kirsch, Co-Founder and Board Member of cyber asset management company, runZero, started his career at an InfoSec startup in Germany. He has worked for PGP, nCipher, Rapid7, and Veracode. He has a passion for OSINT and Social Engineering and in 2017 won a DEF CON Black Badge in the Social Engineering competition.

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