A Proactive Approach to Modern Malware using Forensics & Sandboxing

Bob Hansmann, Sr. Product Marketing Manager, Websense Security Labs
CISOs around the world are telling analysts that the majority of today’s emerging threats are bypassing their anti-virus, firewalls, and intrusion prevention solutions. In response, analysts suggest that IT needs to assume a more proactive stance. Such a shift can involve more tightly integrated defenses, strengthening in-house IT resources, and leveraging appropriate outside resources. In this webinar, Websense will discuss ways to begin this shift today including:

- Expanding ‘inbound’ defenses to include ‘outbound’ controls
- Options for enhancing in-house IT security expertise
- Leveraging research-grade forensic tools such as Websense ThreatScope™

Real-world context will be provided as an actual malware sample undergoes forensic dissection and the Websense CyberSecurity Intelligence™ service is reviewed as a concrete example of the capabilities of today’s threat intelligence marketplace.
Sep 6 2012
48 mins
A Proactive Approach to Modern Malware using Forensics & Sandboxing
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