APT Protection via Data-Centric Security

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Traditional perimeter security is failing. The threat from advanced persistent threats shows no sign of easing, every business in its path.

One key ingredient of APTs is obtaining access to privileged user accounts.

This fundamental flaw in distributed systems enables attackers to compromise data. Monitoring and detection are critical, but preventing privileged users and their access from being used against your organisation to compromise data is vital.

Most organisations don’t even know when they have been targeted. The average number of days before detection was over a year: 416 days.

In this webinar, we will look at:

  • How APTs and other intrusions exploit privileged user accounts;
  • How to protect those accounts without hindering IT operations;
  • How to detect APTs and vitally, how to protect the organisation from the consequences of an exploit.


Sol Cates

CSO, Vormetric

    Martin Jordan

    Director in Risk and Assurance, KPMG

      David Lacey

      MD, David Lacey Consulting Ltd

        Stephen Pritchard

        Freelance Writer, Infosecurity Magazine

          Bob Tarzey

          Analyst and Director, Quocirca

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