Put the Enterprise Back in Control: Staying Ahead of Malware & Security Threats

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For businesses to have a fighting chance to keep up with today's threat environment, the old manual ways of fighting attacks and intrusions is not enough.
Enterprises need a 360-degree plan to manage detection, prevention and response, and that in turn needs both increased focus and investment.
It’s also obvious that manual removal of malware can't keep up with the frequency and complexity of threats - so automation is needed to put the enterprise back in control.
In this webinar, we will examine:
• How to think strategically about security and the technology you implement
• How prevention has changed to help you stay ahead of intruders
• How to understand the benefits of automated malware removal, not just remediation
• And how automation must be leveraged to improve reaction times for security response 


Jeremy Bergsman

Practice Manager, CEB

    Wayne Grundy

    Managing Director - Cyber Practice, Alvarez & Mars

      Sue Milton

      Sue Milton IT Professional and Governance Expert, ISACA

        Stephen Pritchard

        Moderator, Infosecurity Magazine

          Konrads Smelkovs

          Manager, KPMG

            Johann Strauss

            Director, Hexis Cyber Solutions

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