Taking a Zero Trust Approach to Malware

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Malware-based attacks are growing in prevalence and sophistication and are increasingly difficult for organizations to tackle. Anti-malware and sandbox technologies have long been status quo, but cracks are beginning to show in this environment. Detection-based solutions struggle with emerging, unknown threats, and sandboxes can slow system performance and negatively impact user productivity.

Therefore, it is essential that organizations shift from a detection to prevention model and apply a Zero Trust principle to malware protection. One such approach, Zero Trust Content Disarm & Reconstruction (CDR), deconstructs data such as PDFs, files, and images to remove threats, and then reconstructs them entirely into brand-new, pixel-perfect, fully revisited data in near real-time, all before a user opens them.

In this webinar, an expert panel will discuss current challenges in dealing with malware-based attacks and how new approaches such as Zero Trust CDR have the potential to radically transform security in sectors like finance.

Join this session to find out:

  • How malware threats are evolving, and the drawbacks of current security approaches
  • How to shift to the Zero Trust principle in malware protection
  • How to prevent the next big cyber-attack in sectors like finance

Speakers

James Coker

Reporter, Infosecurity Magazine

Paul  Holland

Principle Research Analyst, Information Security Forum

Aaron Mulgrew

Solutions Architect, Forcepoint

    Phil Robinson

    principal security consultant and founder, Prism Infosec

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