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You’ve Been Breached. Now What?

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The headlines are full of stories of breach, and information security professionals are beginning to accept that security breaches are a ‘when?’, not an ‘if’.  

According to Verizon’s 2013 Data Breach Report, 50 percent of major companies have experienced malware attacks and, surprisingly, 17 percent of these companies didn’t even know they had been breached until it was too late. Most industry experts have declared perimeter defenses ineffective and are advocating that vendors build systems on the assumption that adversaries will get in. 

 
As large, high-profile organizations are hit time and time again with successful APT attacks, the pressure on security professionals is mounting and dealing with threats is overwhelming. The status quo is no longer acceptable and a new paradigm is needed to successfully defend the enterprise.  This webinar explores why organizations need to consider the strengths of automated incident response and malware removal. 
 
This webinar will:
  • Consider the unique challenges of dealing with an Advanced Persistent Threat
  • Offer advice on five things to do after an attack
  • Look at the necessity of security automation and consider how to overcome typical automation roadblocks 
  • Discuss how to implement automated malware removal and incident response 

Speakers

Richard Park

Director of Product Management, Hexis Cyber Soluti

    Bob Tarzey

    Analyst and Director, Quocirca

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