Detecting the Stealthy Attacker: Who Can You Trust? Webcast
November 8, 2011 at 3:45 AM - 4:45 PM
Hackers go to great lengths to avoid detection by security teams and tools. Their goal is to insert malicious code and grab your sensitive data — and they only need to do it once. Your mission: Proactively detect these threats and minimize the damage caused by security breaches.
We have seen cyber criminals employ everything from downloading and installing customized malware remotely to using unauthorized accounts for gaining access following termination. But what tool do they use or misuse most? Your trust!
* Can you distinguish between a trusted insider and a hacker?
* Can you detect a potential breach caused by a mistake by an authorized administrator?
Increased awareness and more security controls have not stopped organizations from suffering significant, and often embarrassing, public security breaches. The good news is that we can help you achieve your mission and reduce the impact of a security breach.
In this webcast: "Detecting the Stealthy Attacker: Who Can You Trust?" IT Security expert Matt Mosley will look at traditional detection methods and discuss new alternatives for identifying threats before they turn into significant losses. You will learn how these new approaches can enable stronger security enterprise wide, optimal decision-making and better business results.