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A new breed of advanced threats requires a new approach...

As recent high profile reports have shown, advanced threats are high on the security agenda. These complex attacks are defeating traditional defences and organisations need a different approach. Advanced attacks are exploiting people, technology and system vulnerabilities and to defeat this, you need an integrated approach. Point security products are not providing the required visibility: Security needs to evolve.

In this webcast, we discuss using customer examples, the nature of the new advanced threats, how to mitigate the impact of these attack, using advanced intelligence and correlation. And, should the worst happen, how you can be prepared with effective detection and recovery plans.
Recorded Jun 15 2016 61 mins
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