How to Defeat a Suspicious Attack and Prepare the Best Response

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According to the 2017 Global Threat Intelligence Report from Dimension Data and NTT Security, 30% of cyber-attacks were deemed ‘suspicious’, and included tactics of privileged access attempts, exploitation software, and policy denials on security controls. Yet, as new sources and types of cyber-attacks emerge every day, how to keep up with, and more importantly stay ahead of, cyber-threats is critical. Furthermore, efficient incident response within 72 hours remains a problem.

In this webinar, join speakers from Dimension Data, Check Point and NTT Security to discuss the risks, legal implications and incident response tactics for new and emerging cyber threats.

The panel discussion will cover:

  • Analysing new modes of attacks from phishing and social engineering to ransomware
  • How incident response can keep up: Statistics show that 68% do not have a formal plan
  • How malware is now four times more prominent than DDoS attacks
  • GDPR regulation changes on financial penalties and faster incident response times.


Rory Duncan

Security GtM Leader, NTT Ltd

Chris Knowles

Solutions Director, NTT Ltd

    Aatish Pattni

    Head of Threat Prevention, Northern Europe , CheckPoint

    Adrian Sanabria

    Security Researcher

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