In the past two years we have seen a paradigmatic shift on nature of the cyber threats industry is facing. We are now well beyond the days of hackers, breaches and perimeter defense. Today the sort of ultra sophisticated, multi dimensional attacks that were confined to governments and the Defense Industrial Base just a few years ago are in evidence far more broadly. The attackers we need to be concerned with are not script kiddies "hacktavists" (although they are still around) Our greater concern is with well organized, well funded, very sophisticated and probably stated supported attackers who will compromise any system they target. This does not mean we have no defense, but rather that we need to rethink defense both at an enterprise and government level. Some enterprises, and some policy makers are realizing this advanced threat will require a new more incentive based approach to cyber defense, however some are unfortunately clinging to outdated models that could do more harm than good. This webinar will examine all these topics.