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Stay Ahead of the Curve: Next-Gen Antivirus is Coming

After years of talking about it, companies are finally ready to begin the process of replacing traditional antivirus software. Next-generation antivirus vendors claim to protect endpoints from modern threats like PowerShell attacks and obfuscated malware with much higher effectiveness. But what exactly makes an antivirus product “next-generation”?

This webcast led by John D Wood, Carbon Black Defense Regional Manager, will dive into the technology behind next-generation antivirus so that IT and security teams can cut through the noise and properly evaluate the next wave of solutions.

In this webcast you will learn:

•What distinguishes next-gen antivirus from traditional antivirus
•How technology behind next-gen antivirus works to stop modern threats
•How to overcome the challenges customers face replacing traditional antivirus
•Establishing a “side-by-side” strategy for moving to a next-generation antivirus solution
Recorded Sep 20 2016 61 mins
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