Steve Smith, McAfee, Senior Technical Marketing Manager
Every application, email, web page and Internet connection relies on information encapsulated into a data packet that can be easily distributed across networks. These packets include information about the sender and receiver, as well as the actual contents, or payload. By manipulating pieces of the packet data, criminals can infiltrate networks, applications, data centers, and individual computers.
How do you defend your network against advanced threats that manipulate data at the packet level? Join Steve Smith, Senior Technical Marketing Manager at McAfee for a revealing presentation on the current state of threat prevention. Find out why you should be using deep packet inspection (DPI) for protocol identification, normalization, and data stream-based inspection to detect and block threats, in both clear-text and encrypted connections. And stop Advanced Persistent Threats (ATP) that rely on packet manipulation to thwart most common firewall and IPS defenses.