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From Targeted to Distributed - Raise your Defenses Against Zero-Day Malware

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Modern malware has evolved and mutated to be hard to detect, defend and protect against. Now to be sure that you are protected from the most common threat you need the best level of security, and is endpoint security like anti-malware really keeping up?

While statistics show that worms such as Conficker and even older malware cause a problem, malware has continued to evolve and as a result, your defenses need to do the same as ransomware, financial malware and botnets all have different behaviors, and require different level of defense.

In this webinar, we will look at the change from targeted malware to the malware that is randomly distributed, but arguably even more destructive to day to day operations.

Join this session to learn:

  • Why malware changed from targeted to randomly distributed malware
  • What defenses you need to survive different types of attacks
  • Advice on best practise cybersecurity defence
  • How to defend against evolving malware


Andrew Hay

Chief Information Security Officer, DataGravity

    Shimon Noam Oren

    Head of Cyber Intelligence, Deep Instinct

      Dan  Raywood

      Contributing Editor, Infosecurity Magazine

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