Is Active Breach Detection the Next-Generation Security Technology?

  • Thursday, 10 Mar 2016 1:00PM EST (10 Mar 2016 18:00 UTC)
  • Speakers: Dave Shackleford, Paul Kraus

Industry surveys, including the 2015 SANS survey on application security, confirm what security analysts already know ' network security professionals feel they are losing the battle of the breach. It's especially true for enterprise and government agencies, as the attacks are relentless, sophisticated, and always changing.

Enterprise and government agencies are not catching attempted attacks as often nor as easily as they should be, and recent attacks are proof of the difficulty of catching attackers before they strike and the incredible cost of a breach. With jobs as well as sensitive data exposure on the line, are there any alternatives?

Cloud-based active breach detection is emerging as the next-gen security technology, leveraging real-time machine learning, behavior analytics, threat feeds, and malware analysis technologies to detect anomalies that indicate a breach is underway. This webcast explores:

  • Why traditional solutions aren't working
  • What's at stake for enterprise that doesn't sharpen defenses against increasingly sophisticated hacker attacks
  • How a typical enterprise or government agency can benefit from active breach protection

View the associated whitepaper here.