Enhanced Threat Visibility - How to See More, But Respond with Lean Resources

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Threat visibility involves what seems like contradictory aims. On the one hand, security teams require visibility into an ever-expanding attack surface populated by new and evolving threats. Yet, that typically means more alarms. On the other hand, security teams require the ability to rank and filter alarms by importance. In that way, security teams need to know more but respond less – an inversion of the current situation.

In this webinar, a panel of speakers will analyze how any security team can affordably expand threat visibility while limiting false alarms to see cyber-attacks earlier and more clearly.

In this webinar, you’ll learn:

  • Real-world survey results from CIO’s utilizing small security teams
  • How traditional point solutions add complexity and cost
  • Ransomware is not a malware problem; it’s a visibility issue


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Benjamin David

Deputy Editor, Infosecurity Magazine

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Cate Pye

Partner, PA Consulting, PA Consulting

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Anthony Roberts

UKI Security Engineer, Cynet

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Phil Robinson

principal security consultant and founder, Prism Infosec

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