Out of the Blue: Responding to New Zero-Day Threats!

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It's one of the worst scenarios IT security professionals face: Your CIO has just read about a new Zero-Day vulnerability and is asking if you're at risk. The next 24 hours are often a scramble to get signature updates, beg for scanning permission, and nervously waiting for results. If you'd rather be proactive than reactive when new threats emerge, this webcast is a must-attend event.

This webinar will:

  • Provide tips on dealing with your management’s new-found security concerns
  • Identify common roadblocks in addressing zero-day issues
  • Discuss threat monitoring techniques and technologies, in addition to response scenarios

Who should attend:

  • IT managers in companies with highly sensitive proprietary information
  • Cybersecurity personnel from the public sector, military, and contractors
  • Those responsible for critical infrastructure security
  • IT/security personnel and managers who prefer to play offense rather than defense


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Drew Amorosi

Drew Amorosi Deputy Editor, Infosecurity Magazine

Corey Bodzin

Corey Bodzin Director of Product Management, Qualys

    Peter Wood

    Partner, Naturally Cyber LLP