Cyber Defence: Prevent the Threat and Reduce the Spend

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The longer a threat or cyber-criminal is in your network, the more it’s going to cost you and lead to potential data exfiltration, not to mention the impact upon your business.

In this webinar, we will look at how to leverage better prevention technology to kill threats early in their lifecycle, reduce net spend and save your employees’ time.

Key takeaways:

  • How to be preventative without needing post-breach tools
  • Understanding the true cost of prevention, detection and response
  • How malware prevention fits into incident response
  • What is deep learning and how it’s applied to cybersecurity


Nick Frost

Director of Cyber Risk Management Group (CRMG)

David Roth

SVP North America, Deep Instinct

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