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Industrial Espionage, Weaponized Malware, and State-Sponsored Cyber Attacks: How to Identify, Counter, and React.

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The information security industry has been issuing warnings of an increase in sophisticated state-sponsored cyber attacks in the wake of Flame.

Neither the U.S. or Israel have denied their role in the use of recently discovered weaponized malware. Add in to the mix the fact that India recently announced the empowerment of its government agencies to carry out state-sponsored cyberattacks, and suddenly political – and thus industrial – espionage has never been more of a threat.Join Infosecurity Magazine in a free one-hour webinar to take a detailed look at how weaponized malware is getting on to crucial systems and how you can protect against it.

You will learn:

    • How state-sponsored cyber attacks are succeeding
    • How weaponized malware is getting on to crucial systems
    • How you can protect against these attacks
    • How to recognize and identify these targeted attacks
    • How to counter against weaponized malware

Speakers

Tom Burton

Tom Burton Head of Cyber for Defence at BAE Systems Detica

    Brian Honan

    CEO, BH Consulting

    Vijay Rathour

    Vijay Rathour Vice President, Stroz Friedberg, London

      Righard Zwienenberg

      Righard Zwienenberg Senior Research Fellow

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