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LL / Simulcast Title - Advanced Threats Need Comprehensive Defense

  • Tuesday, April 14th, 2015 at 12:30 PM EST (16:30:00 UTC)
  • Anubhav Arora
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  • Fidelis Security Systems, Inc.

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Overview

Today's threat actors are organized, well-funded, and more sophisticated than ever; with the goal of stealing, or destroying sensitive data for profit. Advanced threats are risks to a business with transactions conducted over the network by sophisticated actors exploiting known and publicly unknown system vulnerabilities. The network transactions are usually obfuscated and deeply embedded inside content. Dedicated security teams are charged with preparing organizations for the most advanced of attacks. Unfortunately, if your security team can't see advanced threats over your network, they definitely can't detect or prevent data theft.

Join Anubhav Arora, from General Dynamics Fidelis Cybersecurity Solutions and learn more about:

  • Why do enterprises need comprehensive defense against advanced threats? The current threat landscape and approaches to advanced threat defense.
  • How does a security product detect advanced threats?
  • How you can empower the security analysts to detect and prevent threats across the network with actionable visibility over your network.

If comprehensive defense is not deployed, the risk to enterprise is far greater with many threat vectors sneaking by with no controls for detection and remediation.

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