Security programs are almost always underfunded while organizations have no shortage of sophisticated threats. Getting executives to free up resources to invest in security before a breach is always difficult. How does one take modest formal authority, a bare-bones budget, and informal influence and leverage that to obtain scarce resources to protect the organization? How does a scrappy security leader identify pockets of existing resources, leverage ongoing business activities, and generally get others to do what they should already probably be doing in the world of security? This webcast helps those security leaders do a better job of identifying hidden resources within the enterprise to further the cause of security.