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Beyond the Breach - A Look Into the Latest Threat Trends

This session will review FireEye Labs’ findings and analysis on the diverse threat group activity we’ve been tracking over the last year, and what it means for organizations. We will review shifts in the threat landscape, threat groups’ techniques, and the activity’s impact. We will also cover what these trends mean for organizations, and how they can prepare accordingly.
Recorded Jun 10 2014 47 mins
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Jen Weedon, Manager Threat Intelligence, FireEye Labs
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