Plug the Security Hole!
Combating Zero-Day and Targeted Attacks, Date: Wednesday, October 5, 2011 Time: 10 AM to 1 PM
True Malware Prevention
Location: Thanksgiving Point
Prizes! - Lunch!
Advanced malware, highly targeted phishing, zero-day and APT attacks. This is the new status quo.
IMF, Citibank, RSA, Sony, Epsilon, Lockheed and many others have been attacked. Advanced attacks simply bypass traditional signature-based defenses such as Next-Generation Firewalls, IPS, and traditional Email/Web gateways. The reason: malware can obfuscate and install only after entry to host and appears normal in the beginning stages. End-users are being exploited, and your company’s brand can be compromised. The security hole is real and it is pervasive.
Join NLE, FireEye, and ESET on October 5 and learn how you can protect your organization and avoid becoming a headline.
We'll present this critical information:
• The new threat landscape – advanced, zero-day and targeted APT attacks
• How advanced attacks easily bypass your current security
• The hole left open by traditional signature-based technologies
• Plugging the security hole
• Next generation security for next generation threats
Reserve your seat by clicking on the "Sign Up" button. We look forward to seeing you there!
| || Did You Know?|
90% of costs from cybercrime are caused by:
- Malicious code
- Stolen or hijacked devices
- Malicious or unsuspecting insiders actions
| Did You Know?|
Cost-To-Prevent versus Cost-To-Repair:
The average time to resolve a cyberattack is 18 days, with an average cost of $415,748 over this 18 day period. This represents a 67 % increase from last year's estimated average cost of $247,744, which was compiled for a 14-day period.
source: Poneman Institute, 2nd Annual Cost of Cybercrime Study, 2011