Fact & Fiction in Advanced Threat Detection

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5 DEC 2019, 13:00 EST, 10:00 PST

Organizational threat detection is the process of using data to discover security threats across a business, both of internal and external nature. The objective is to find anomalies, analyze their threat level and determine what actions may be required to respond to them.

In today’s multi-faceted cyber-threat landscape, having the ability to detect data security risks is of paramount importance, but effective data detection requires careful consideration and forethought.

This webinar will examine the current data threat detection landscape, assess how data threat protection can be used to aid organizations in their information security strategies and outline best practices for successfully mastering the art of threat detection.

Key takeaways:

  • Learn the importance of advanced threat protection in your organization
  • Discover strategies for implementing effective threat detection strategies
  • Learn about emerging technologies and approaches for threat detection and response

Speakers

John  Grim

R&D, Verizon Threat Research Advisory Center

Rick Moy

Technology Leader, Acalvio

    Jason Rowland

    VP of Cybersecurity Services Innovation, Coalfire

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