NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Cymulate, an award-winning leader in exposure management and security validation, will host a session at Black Hat USA, highlighting the impact of recent cyberattacks and the need to build an offensive defense beyond detection and remediation. Attendees will gain an understanding of how to create a common language for cybersecurity by quantifying risk and resilience and tying in business context.

The company will announce feature enhancements to its solution for cloud security validation at the event, which addresses the challenges surrounding traditional cloud dedicated tools with a comprehensive exposure management platform.

Further, Cymulate is hosting author and research analyst Richard Stiennon for the debut and signing of his latest book: Security Yearbook 2023. Drop by Cymulate’s booth (#2934) on Wednesday, August 9 at 2:30 P.M. PDT where he will be signing free copies.

WHO: Mike DeNapoli, cybersecurity architect and director at Cymulate and Nadav Maayani, innovation team lead at Cymulate.

WHAT: Educational session on “The Future of SecOps: Evolving into Exposure Management”

Attendees will:

  • Learn about recent cyberattacks and the disconnect between the known risk of a breach and remediation
  • Analyze how exposure management has evolved to encompass more than vulnerability scanning and patch management
  • Examine how data sources from security control solutions are being used to create a consolidated view and provide context to exposures
  • Discover how continuous threat exposure management (CTEM) programs benefit SecOps teams

WHEN: Wednesday, August 9th at 12:40 p.m. PDT (50-minute presentation)

WHERE: Black Hat USA, Mandalay Bay Convention Center, 3950 S Las Vegas BLVD, Las Vegas, NV, Mandalay Bay K

MEDIA: If you are interested in connecting with Cymulate at Black Hat USA, visit the Cymulate booth #2934. For more information on Cymulate’s upcoming announcement, please reach out to


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