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Break the Kill Chain – Protecting Against the Known and the Unknown

2014 was a banner year for high profile data breaches. But a data breach is not necessarily an Advanced Targeted Attack. Too many data breaches occur because of a lack of focus across the spectrum of possible threats or attack vectors. This session will focus on the different elements that make up the “Kill Chain” and the steps that an enterprise can take to break the chain and minimize the chances of a data breach.
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