Mapping the Global Attack Landscape

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During 2012, FireEye monitored more than 12 million malware communications and summarized the trends produce a broader picture of the global threat landscape, culminating in the launch of their interactive cyber threat maps and Advanced Cyber Attack Landscape report.

In this webcast leading information security commentators will discuss key findings including:

  • How malware is becoming a multinational activity, with Asia and Eastern Europe hotspots for driving advanced cyber attacks.
  • How most APT callback activities are associated with the Gh0st RAT tool, originating from China.
  • The increasing sophistication of techniques for disguising callback communications.
  • How CISOs can use this intelligence to protect their organisations.
 

 

Speakers

Steve Durbin

CEO, Information Security Forum

    Jim Hietala

    VP Security, The Open Group

      Stephen Pritchard

      Moderator, Infosecurity Magazine

        Rob Rachwald

        Senior Director of Market Research, FireEye

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