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SANS 2016 Endpoint Security Survey Part 2: Can We Say Next-Gen Yet?

  • Friday, March 18th, 2016 at 1:00 PM EDT (17:00:00 UTC)
  • Ray Davidson, Anthony Di Bello and Marty Ward
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Sponsors

  • Guidance Software
  • Great Bay Software
  • IBM
  • Malwarebytes
  • Sophos Inc.

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Overview

The SANS 2016 survey attempts to define what an endpoint is and explore what types of endpoints are most targeted and why. Results are presented in a two-part webcast series.

Part 1 of this webcast, held on Wednesday, March 17, focuses on the evolving definition of endpoints and how that influences endpoint security today.

Today's webcast, Part 2 of the series, focuses on how endpoint security stacks up as a next generation of protection. Attend this webcast to learn:

  • How endpoint security keeps up (or doesn't) with the evolving definition of endpoints
  • What gaps still exist between respondents' ability to protect against and respond to endpoint threats
  • What they need from next-generation tools for better protection, response and compliance
  • What next-gen features respondents currently have access to
  • How satisfied organizations are with the technologies available to them

In addition, webcast speakers will share advice for IT managers. Register for both parts of the webcast today to be among the first to receive the survey results whitepaper written by Ray Davidson.

View the associated whitepaper here.

Speaker Bios

G.W. Ray Davidson, PhD

G. W. Ray Davidson, PhD, is the former dean of academic affairs for the SANS Technology Institute. He continues to serve as a mentor, subject matter expert and technical reviewer for the SANS Institute and holds several GIAC certifications. Ray started his career as a research scientist and subsequently led global security projects for a major pharmaceutical company. He has taught at the college level and worked at a security startup. Ray currently works with clients to develop and implement network security monitoring and threat intelligence capabilities. He is also active in the leadership of the Michigan Cyber Civilian Corps.


Anthony Di Bello

Anthony Di Bello, an 11-year veteran of Guidance Software, is a senior director security strategist. He is responsible for the voice of the customer and go-to-market strategy for Guidance Software forensic security, data risk management and digital investigations products. Previously, Anthony was director of strategic partnerships at Guidance and was responsible for building and delivering end-to-end solutions around the Guidance product portfolio through partnerships and integrations with adjacent technologies such as Blue Coat, ArcSight, ThreatGRID and DropBox. Before joining Guidance, he spent 7 years with Towers Watson, a global professional service firm specializing in risk and financial management.


Marty Ward

Marty Ward serves as vice president of product marketing for Sophos, where he is responsible for worldwide go-to-market strategy, planning and marketing efforts for the Enduser and Sophos Cloud business units. Marty has more than 25 years of software industry experience in marketing, product management, engineering, sales and customer support. Prior to joining Sophos, Marty held executive marketing and product management roles at McAfee, Symantec, Asempra, Veritas Software, and Sun Microsystems. Marty started his career as an engineer at IBM before moving into engineering management. Marty holds a bachelor's degree in computer science from Pennsylvania State University.

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