Webinar Week: Zero-day Attacks for Defense and Attack

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The proliferation of hacking tools known as zero-day exploits is raising concerns at the highest levels in the information security industry and in government, even as U.S. agencies and defense contractors have been named as the “biggest buyers of such products”. As one data breach after another is the result of a zero-day attack, the industry needs to continue its research on the blueprint of a 0-day and continue to evolve defense technology. This webinar will also address the use of 0-day exploits in the increasingly publicized ‘hack back’ movement.



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Patrick Grillo

Fortinet, Director- Solutions Marketing

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Stephen Pritchard

Freelance Writer, Infosecurity Magazine

Rolf von Roessing

Vice President International, ISACA

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James Wootton

Technical Director, Information Risk Management (IRM) PLC

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