5 Steps to Combating Emerging Threats with Network Security

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Joe Thibault, Solutions Marketing Manager

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Cybercriminals and the threats they pose are becoming more sophisticated than ever, making it crucial to stay updated on the latest trends and techniques employed. Many organizations face a rapidly expanding attack surface that further exacerbates the increased risk as more devices connect to enterprise networks. Managing this growing attack surface requires adopting measures like passive asset discovery, risk-based vulnerability prioritization, and zero-trust network segmentation, to name a few. Join us as we explore the five steps to combating emerging threats with network security. Join Joe Thibault, Forescout Solutions Marketing Manager, as he covers: ◾ How to improve asset discovery and fill in the blind spots of your attack surface. ◾ Going beyond authentication to perform post-connect access control for unmanaged assets. ◾ How to fight ransomware and extortion with least privileged access controls. ◾ What your cybersecurity team must do to combat burnout and alert fatigue. ◾ How to fight fire with fire using automated cybersecurity controls.

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