Prevent Spear-Phishing - Put Your Users in a Bubble

McAfee and Invincea
Your users face a constant threat of spear-phishing, zero-day attacks, and APTs. Until now, the answer to the spear-phishing threat has largely been end-user training. Join McAfee and Invincea for a look at a smart new solution to the problem – endpoint security software that puts every user in a bubble. In this session, you’ll learn:

• How Invincea and McAfee offer comprehensive protection to every endpoint
• An answer to the threat of zero-day attacks and APTs that protects every user
• Rich threat intelligence that feeds McAfee ePO dashboards to make your security administrator even more effective
May 15 2012
34 mins
Prevent Spear-Phishing - Put Your Users in a Bubble
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