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Endpoints in the Hyperconnected Era: Weaknesses and Weapons

If ever there were a truly asymmetric battle, it’s in the war for the endpoint. Enterprises must apply defense as broadly and consistently across hundreds or thousands of endpoints as best they can. But to penetrate an organization, the attacker only needs to succeed with one that exposes a weakness. And from the network, to the endpoint itself, to the user that interacts with malicious content, these weaknesses may be many.

There is a new array of tools in the fight for the endpoint that go beyond traditional monitoring and controls, or the trend toward applying machine learning to the art of defense. In this webinar, Scott Crawford of 451 Research and Ofer Israeli of Illusive Networks will examine these issues and opportunities, and shed light on deception technology and other new tools for intelligent defense at the endpoint that can recognize and contain a threat before it has a serious impact.
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