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Smart Prevention - Expect the Unexpected

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The political world is currently dominated by binary decisions, with voters asked to choose between diametrically opposed views. In the security industry, the choice between prevention and detection has often been presented in a similar way – almost as a philosophical choice of approach. When organizations first heard the ‘not if, but when’ mantra from technology vendors, some chose to place a disproportionate number of security eggs into the detection basket. As attackers have become increasingly creative, reaching corporate resources with ever-more complex attacks, enterprises are drowning in detection alerts, and missing them. 

Therefore an over reliance on detection is not working. In this webinar we will look at how through continuous innovation, enterprises can implement and maintain proactive protection that eliminates even unknown and highly-camouflaged threats – before they reach users. With smart prevention, organizations can confidently expect the unexpected.   

During this webinar you will learn:

  • Why effective cybersecurity should not be a binary choice between protection and detection
  • How by having a proactive approach to cybersecurity, enterprises can take back the upper hand from the attackers
  • How to develop a multi-layered approach to security – making it harder for criminals to operate before, during and after an attack


Luke Beeson

Vice President of Security for Global Banking & Financial Markets, BT Security

    Aatish Pattni

    Head of Threat Prevention, Northern Europe , CheckPoint

      Dan  Raywood

      Contributing Editor, Infosecurity Magazine

      Adrian Sanabria

      Research Director and Co-Founder of Savage Security

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