Taking a Zero Trust Approach to Malware

Presented by

James Coker, Infosecurity Magazine | Alex Tasker, Forcepoint | Paul Holland, ISF | Phil Robinson, Prism Infosec

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Malware-based attacks are growing in prevalence and sophistication and are increasingly difficult for organizations to tackle. Anti-malware and sandbox technologies have long been status quo, but cracks are beginning to show in this environment. Detection-based solutions struggle with emerging, unknown threats, and sandboxes can slow system performance and negatively impact user productivity. Therefore, it is essential that organizations shift from a detection to prevention model and apply a Zero Trust principle to malware protection. One such approach, Zero Trust Content Disarm & Reconstruction (CDR), deconstructs data such as PDFs, files, and images to remove threats, and then reconstructs them entirely into brand-new, pixel-perfect, fully revisited data in near real-time, all before a user opens them. In this webinar, an expert panel will discuss current challenges in dealing with malware-based attacks and how new approaches such as Zero Trust CDR have the potential to radically transform security in sectors like finance. Join this session to find out: - How malware threats are evolving, and the drawbacks of current security approaches - How to shift to the Zero Trust principle in malware protection - How to prevent the next big cyber-attack in sectors like finance
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