[APAC Webinar] Preventing Zero-Day Threats that Evade Sandboxes

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Nick Edwards, Yi-Xian Yong, Boon Peng Lau, Sue Nguyen

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Sandbox environments observe and detect malware behaviour. And that's why Sandboxes fail. Traditionally, Sandboxing has been used for protection against web-based threats, but it's no secret that malware and tactics are fast evolving to counter traditional security approaches and technology. Detect and respond techniques and tools have never delivered the safety that users and businesses need. Most Sandboxes have fundamental flaws that today's sophisticated malware can easily evade and exploit. As businesses of all sizes embrace remote working and migrate to software as a service (SaaS) consumption model, security is being entirely re-architected to support this transition. Join Nick Edwards, Menlo Security's Vice President of Product, at this webinar to hear the latest techniques used by attackers to evade sandbox environments. You'll learn ways to fight back and outsmart cybercriminals to secure and enable remote work without limits or worry. Nick will discuss: • Why Sandboxes are failing. • Real-life examples of ways sandboxes fail. • How you can achieve 100% protection against Zero-Day threats.

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