The Modern Perimeter and More: Countering Advanced Security Threats

May 20, 2014
10:00am — 11:00am PDT

Featured Panelists

Matt Sarrel Executive Director, Sarrel Group
Steve Hunt Industry Analyst, Security Dreamer
Kurt Bertone Chief Security Strategist, Fidelis

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From the Federal Reserve to Target to Heartbleed, recent security breaches have proven that existing systems are inadequate. Today’s threats are persistent, adaptable, and attack across multiple vectors, rendering firewall / IPS – based perimeter systems nearly obsolete. They are also much more targeted and better funded than threats of the past, dramatically increasing the likelihood of infiltration.

Given the failings of traditional perimeter security, many companies have focused solely on mitigation, using analytics to identify and and contain problems before they cause harm. Others have focused on filtering malware and other infiltration points to stop attacks before they start. Neither approach is working.

What should a modern security architecture look like, and how should it work? This Webinar will evaluate modern security threats and their consequences, chart the evolution of threat prevention, mitigation and remediation technologies, and suggest a course of action for businesses looking to secure their assets – now and in the future.

Join Gigaom Research and our sponsor General Dynamics Fidelis Cybersecurity Solutions for “The Modern Perimeter and More: Countering Advanced Security Threats,” a free analyst webinar on Tuesday, May 20, 2014 at 10 a.m. PT.

What Will Be Discussed

  • What does the modern security threat look like, and how has it evolved?
  • Where do existing security systems fail?
  • How can businesses gain full visibility into complex, multi-stage threats that span multiple attack vectors?
  • How should businesses balance prevention and response?

Who Should Attend

  • CIOs and CISOs
  • Security personnel
  • IT decision-makers
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