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  • NETSCOUT Worldwide Infrastructure Security Update
    NETSCOUT Worldwide Infrastructure Security Update
    Gary Sockrider, Director – Security Technologist, NETSCOUT Recorded: Mar 21 2019 30 mins
    NETSCOUT’s 14th Annual Worldwide Infrastructure Security Report (WISR) offers a unique view into the most critical security challenges facing today's network operators. The report covers a wide variety of topics, from attack vectors to DNS pitfalls, to key organizational issues such as incident response training and staffing challenges.

    This year, the survey is further enhanced by regional break downs of the Enterprise respondents, thanks to our partners at Intelliclear. Attack types, targets, techniques, motivations, impacts, and costs are all broken out for US and Canada, Brazil, UK, Germany, France, and Japan.

    Join this webcast to learn:

    The challenges ahead for those involved in day-to-day network and security operations.

    How your network infrastructure may be impacted by the rapidly changing threat landscape.

    What your peers are doing to address the threats, as well as persistent staffing challenges.

    Register today, space is limited.
  • Optimizing Traffic Capacity in an Age of Terabit DDoS Attacks
    Optimizing Traffic Capacity in an Age of Terabit DDoS Attacks
    JP Blaho, Senior Manager, Product Management, NETSCOUT Arbor Recorded: Feb 12 2019 48 mins
    Consumer reliance on the Internet as well as business dependencies continue to expand through Cloud-based applications and services. This demand places an increased burden on Service Provider networks. Additionally, the growth in volumetric-based DDoS attacks is making it difficult for Service Providers to discern what is good traffic versus bad.

    In this session, NETSCOUT Arbor will walk you through a series of use cases to show how Service Providers are optimizing their current DDoS protection capacity while incorporating predictability in their growth strategy.
  • NETSCOUT Threat Intelligence Report: Findings Summary 1st half of 2018
    NETSCOUT Threat Intelligence Report: Findings Summary 1st half of 2018
    Hardik Modi, Sr Director – Threat Intelligence and Richard Hummel, Threat Intelligence Manager, NETSCOUT Recorded: Aug 23 2018 59 mins
    The symbiotic nature of the digitally transformed world also adds vulnerability, as malicious actors, nation states, criminal organizations, or even individuals can capitalize on the interdependencies that wind through our pervasively connected world.

    The availability of innovative DDoS attack tools and techniques has lowered the barrier of entry, which means an increase in the number of attackers launching DDoS attacks. Attack targets have also diversified. It used to be that finance, gaming, and e-commerce verticals were likely targets. Today, any organization, for any real or perceived offense or affiliation, can become a target of a DDoS attack. This while APT group and crimeware activity continues to grow, as actors in this space develop and unleash increasingly sophisticated attacks worldwide.

    Attend this webcast to learn:

    •Understand what is happening on the DDoS Landscape – the largest attacks and what is driving them
    •How Nation-State activity is going ‘internet-scale’
    •Botnets, crimeware, intrusions – how these facets of the threat landscape tie in together
  • Testimonial: Nic.br works with NETSCOUT Arbor to protect availability
    Testimonial: Nic.br works with NETSCOUT Arbor to protect availability
    Interview Recorded: Apr 25 2018 5 mins
    NIC.br needed to improve the protection of its infrastructure by keeping its systems always available for use by its own teams and customers. The decision to strengthen their defenses against denial of service attacks was a strategic decision in response to the fact that these attacks have been increasing in both frequency and complexity.

    A particularly worrying reality for Brazil among the most targeted countries in the world for these attacks, ranking fifth in the ranking of those who suffer most from DDoS attacks, according to data from the 13th Annual Report on Global Network Infrastructure Security (WISR - Worldwide Infrastructure Security Report) from NETSCOUT Arbor.
  • The Growing Risk of DDoS Attacks
    The Growing Risk of DDoS Attacks
    Robert Ayoub Research Director- Security IDC and Tom Bienkowski Director of DDoS Product Marketing Arbor Networks Recorded: Feb 21 2018 54 mins
    If asked, “What’s our risk of a DDoS attack?”… Would you be able to answer with confidence? With all the attention given to ransomware, it’s easy to forget about availability protection. But the data is clear. DDoS attacks are increasing in frequency and complexity. And if not adequately prepared, the impact of a DDoS attack can be quite significant. To help you more accurately assess your risk of DDoS attacks, join Rob Ayoub, IDC Research Director and Tom Bienkowski, Arbor Networks Director of Product Marketing to learn about the latest trends in DDoS attacks and more importantly best practices in protection.
  • 13th Annual Worldwide Infrastructure Security Update
    13th Annual Worldwide Infrastructure Security Update
    Gary Sockrider, Principal Security Technologist, Arbor Networks Recorded: Jan 25 2018 48 mins
    Hear about the mounting challenges ahead for those involved in day-to-day security operations.
    Arbor Networks' 13th Annual Worldwide Infrastructure Security Report (WISR) offers a rare view into the most critical security challenges facing today’s network operators.This session will review the highlights from the report to help network operators understand the breadth of the threats that they face, gain insight into what their peers are doing to address these threats, and comprehend both new and continuing trends.
  • Case Study: Transform Threat Investigation With a Stretched Security Team
    Case Study: Transform Threat Investigation With a Stretched Security Team
    Arabella Hallawell, Sr. Director Advanced Threat Product Marketing + Deb Briggs, CSO, NETSCOUT Recorded: Oct 12 2017 43 mins
    Chief Information Security Officer Reveals How With Arbor Spectrum.

    Attackers continuously have new tools, tactics and practices in their weapons arsenal. Human defenders must shift their strategies to more proactively uncover meaningful threats, and find ways that dramatically accelerate threat investigation.

    Join us to hear:
    - NETSCOUT’s Chief Security Officer discuss how the Arbor Spectrum threat analytics platform was used to help her team take detection and investigation to a new level.
    - In depth examples of how security teams can begin or enhance their detection and investigation of attack campaigns.
  • Are You Sure Your DDoS Attack Protection Will Work?
    Are You Sure Your DDoS Attack Protection Will Work?
    Tom Bienkowski, Director DDoS Product Marketing, Arbor Networks + Ondrej Krehel, CEO and Founder, LIFARS, LLC Recorded: Oct 5 2017 27 mins
    So, you’ve justified, purchased and deployed your new DDoS attack protection solution. But can you assure executive management / the board that your organization is protected from the modern-day DDoS attack? Waiting to see if your protection works while under attack is not the right approach. Testing the products, people and process before an attack occurs is the industry best practice. Join Arbor Networks, the industry leader in DDoS attack protection solutions and LIFARS, an elite cybersecurity, digital forensics, and incident response firm to learn:

    - The latest trends in DDoS attacks.
    - Best practices in DDoS attack defense.
    - How to properly test your DDoS attack protection products, people and process using LIFARS’ DDoS Attack Assessment Service.
  • Quantifying DDoS Cyber Risk with the FAIR Methodology
    Quantifying DDoS Cyber Risk with the FAIR Methodology
    Tom Bienkowski Dir. DDoS Product Marketing Arbor Networks + Jim Hietala VP Business Development and Security The Open Group Recorded: Oct 5 2017 61 mins
    Here’s a question for you…Is the DDoS attack protection you (may) have put in place years ago, still adequate to protect you from the modern-day DDoS attack? If not (or you’re not sure), then you are at risk. More importantly, how do you explain the risk and build the business case for protection to Executive Management / Board? Join Arbor Networks, the world leader in DDoS attack protection and Jim Hietala from The Open Group to learn:

    - The latest trends in DDoS attacks and best practices in defense.
    - How to use FAIR (Factor Analysis of Information Risk), to take a quantitative, financial approach to analyze the risk of DDoS attacks.
    - How, using different Arbor Networks DDoS attack protection solutions, you can reduce your risk and loss exposure.
    - Tips on how to present your risk analysis and business case for DDoS attack protection - in terms your Executive Management/Board will understand.
  • The Increasing Risk of DDoS Attacks – Are You Adequately Prepared?
    The Increasing Risk of DDoS Attacks – Are You Adequately Prepared?
    Tom Bienkowski Director of DDoS Product Marketing Arbor Networks + John Pearson Founder and Chief Strategist IP Networks Inc. Recorded: Sep 28 2017 45 mins
    The data is crystal clear. DDoS attacks are dramatically increasing in size, frequency and complexity. Unfortunately, many organizations have been severely impacted by DDoS attacks simply because they either assumed they would never be the target or they thought they had adequate protection in place. Join IP Networks and Arbor Networks - the industry leader in DDoS attack protection products and services to learn:

    -The latest trends in DDoS attacks
    -The importance of proper network visibility for anomaly & DDoS attack detection.
    -Best practices in DDoS attack defense; including an intelligent combination of in-cloud and on-premises attack protection solutions - which offers the most comprehensive form of protection.

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