Best Practices for Detecting and Mitigating Advanced Persistent Threats

Presented by

Marshall Heilman, CTO, Mandiant | Mark Alba, CPO, Anomali | Chris Needs, VP of Product Management, Anomali

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An Informative Q&A Session with Mandiant and Anomali Undoubtedly, there is a growing interest among the security practitioner community in the details of Attackers instead of just details of past attacks. There’s an increasing focus on Attacker tactics, their targeting patterns, and how to profile Attackers to build better defenses. This Q&A discussion features Marshall Heilman, CTO of Mandiant, Mark Alba, CPO of Anomali, and moderated by Chris Needs, VP of Product Management at Anomali. They discussed new attacker techniques, trends across attacker groups, and extended detection and response (XDR). Informative topics covered include: -Staying ahead of Attacker methodologies and techniques continues even as they become more sophisticated -New types of Attacker activities, including patterns, spikes, and outliers -Trends across threat actors or Attacker groups -Expert CTO and CPO perspectives on XDR – what it is and what it shouldn’t be Watch this discussion between cybersecurity industry experts to understand how C-level executives view today’s cyber threat landscape.
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