How to counteract the threats that your firewall, AV and IPS won’t pick up

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Organisations typically spend $20 billion on information security defences that do not protect you against dynamic, stealthy and advanced threats. Signature-, reputation-, and basic behaviour-based technologies are increasingly being evaded by unknown threats and advanced malware. In this webinar, the results of the FireEye Advanced Threat Report 1H 2012, will be reported and analysed by industry experts.  You will learn:

• How the patterns of attack volumes vary substantially among different industries

• How and why the dangers posed by email-based attacks are growing ever more severe

• How cybercriminals are increasingly employing limited-use domains in their spear phishing emails

• How to protect your organization from the advanced threats that traditional AV and IPS will miss

 

Speakers

Darien Kindlund

Darien Kindlund Senior Staff Scientist, FireEye

    Spencer Lynch

    Spencer Lynch Director, Digital Forensics, Stroz Friedberg

      Vijay Rathour

      Vijay Rathour Vice President, Stroz Friedberg, London

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