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Behavioural Data Anomaly Protection: Monitoring Data Movement, Not Simply Files

In this age of sophisticated advanced persistent threats (APTs) and targeted, zero-day exploits, protecting sensitive corporate data is more challenging than ever. Cyber attacks cost organisations on average of £3m per year and at least 50 million cyber attacks occur within that time (a number that is only increasing). Losses compound quickly and may include the financial burden of lawsuits, huge regulatory fines and brand damage leading to customer attrition and loss of revenue.

Despite a rapidly evolving landscape, many current network security solutions are not providing adequate protection against these losses because they are ignoring data channels that are ripe for exploitation. If your security solution doesn't give you visibility into all 131,070 ports you are at risk.

Visiibility across all ports is essential, but only scanning what’s coming in isn’t enough. Businesses today must be able to track data flowing in AND out of the organisation in order to protect against threats and mitigate risk.

Simon Eappariello explains why organisations are not prepared enough to track, analyse and understand network traffic and why having clear visibility of data moving in and out of the corporate network is the only way to secure against modern day threats.
Recorded Aug 13 2014 27 mins
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