Protecting Web Users from Document Malware

Presented by

John Stevenson, Head of Content and Communications, Deep Secure Ltd.

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About this webinar The essential everyday act of downloading business information – documents and images – from the internet provides attackers with an ideal threat channel and a vector by which they can steal a user’s credentials and/or compromise the endpoint device to gain access to the corporate network. Downloaded documents contain malware specifically designed to bypass Secure Web Gateways, Firewalls, AV and sandboxes. Thankfully there are steps you can take to eliminate the threat. On 9th October, join Deep Secure’s Head of Content John Stevenson – a 25 year veteran of the cyber security industry - and learn what it takes to stop document-based malware getting in via your portal. You’ll find out: • That the bad guys keep winning - 90% of unknown, undetected malware is delivered via the web. (Source SANS Institute) • Why detection-based anti-malware can’t cope with the threat • How Deep Secure’s zero trust technology ensures downloaded documents are 100% threat-free You’ll also get to see just how easy it is for one of the most common and notorious pieces of malware on the planet can escape detection and walk right through your defences!

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