How To Use Predictive Network Threat Modeling To Eliminate Internal and External

Dr. Mike Lloyd - CTO, RedSeal Networks & Dan Raju - CIO, TradeKing
A Wall Street & Technology Webcast: With cyber espionage currently responsible for $13 billion in losses to the U.S. economy, according to the FBI, finding ways to predict and prevent future cyber attacks is vital for businesses. On Wall Street, as the number of devices on enterprise networks continues to grow, cyber espionage perpetrators are capitalizing on the increased complexity of network access to compromise critical data assets. A proactive approach that includes predictive security using visualized network modeling can help you identify access pathways and the associated vulnerabilities and quickly pinpoint the specific systems and devices most susceptible to attack.
Aug 13 2012
49 mins
How To Use Predictive Network Threat Modeling To Eliminate Internal and External
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Monitor network security effectiveness and prioritize risk, today.
Enterprise organizations and government agencies have spent countless years and millions of dollars attempting to segment infrastructure and protect critical assets, but most have no idea how well layered defenses actually work.

Security, networking and audit staff have no centralized means of visualizing the state of protection or current attack surface, end-to-end, or communicating that intelligence.

Management cannot determine the ROI of security spend; risk is prioritized using static ranking; circumvention of simple controls still enables most breaches.

Enter RedSeal Networks, the only provider of proactive security management solutions that offer a continuous method of assessing IT protection and risk exposure. Pinpoint the precise level of access permitted across security infrastructure, informed by the business value of underlying host assets and data. Prioritize risk, validate compliance and manage security using quantitative analysis.

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