Beyond Files: The Full Spectrum of Attacks

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Eran Ashkenazi, VP of Services & Field Operations, SentinelOne

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We’ve all seen the bake-offs - vendor against vendor, the ‘latest’ malware samples run raw and then packed, and who apparently wins the race against hackers. But there is one major flaw in these tests - they’re only covering a fraction of attacks that occur in the wild. What about exploits? What about script-based attacks, including powershell and VMI? What about attacks that leave no file indicators - how does your security stop them? Join SentinelOne’s Eran Ashkenazi, VP of Field Services and Support, as he discusses the full spectrum of attacks that are currently out in the wild and what you can do to protect against them. What you’ll learn: - The types of attacks, or attack vectors, you should include in your evaluation testing - Real-world attacks that utilize methods that leave no file-based indicators - How SentinelOne’s next generation endpoint protection protects against a file-less attack in a live demo

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SentinelOne was founded in 2013 by an elite team of cyber security and defense experts who developed a fundamentally new, groundbreaking approach to endpoint protection. SentinelOne is a pioneer in delivering autonomous security for the endpoint, datacenter and cloud environments to help organizations secure their assets with speed and simplicity. SentinelOne unifies prevention, detection, response, remediation and forensics in a single platform powered by artificial intelligence. With SentinelOne, organizations can detect malicious behavior across multiple vectors, rapidly eliminate threats with fully-automated integrated response and to adapt their defenses against the most advanced cyberattacks. SentinelOne has offices in Mountain View, Tel Aviv, and Tokyo. The company is recognized by Gartner as a Visionary for Endpoint Protection and has enterprise customers in North America, Europe, and Japan.