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The Rising Costs of Targeted Attacks on Financial Institutions

Next-generation threats are aggressively targeting sensitive data, from high value M&A information to consumer PII. And, the increasing regulations around consumer and transaction data makes it more critical than ever to safeguard both the confidentiality as well as the integrity of the informa
Next-generation threats are aggressively targeting sensitive data, from high value M&A information to consumer PII. And, the increasing regulations around consumer and transaction data makes it more critical than ever to safeguard both the confidentiality as well as the integrity of the information.

Due to the sophistication of malware as well as the explosion in the number and types of malware variants, traditional defenses like next-generation firewalls, IPS, antivirus, and gateways have been rendered ineffective. Also, with the many 3rd parties accessing your network, like auditors, consultants, and subsidiary organizations, it is increasingly difficult to maintain a secure network.

This webcast explores the rising costs of targeted attacks and how you can protect against sophisticated malware.

Learn more about:
• Dynamic defenses to stop targeted attacks
• How to block data exfiltration attempts over multiple protocols
• Integrating inbound and outbound filtering to stop spear phishing
Recorded Aug 23 2012 61 mins
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Presented by
Jerry Archer, SVP/CSO, Sallie Mae; Phil Lin, Ed Dembowski, FireEye
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  • Title: The Rising Costs of Targeted Attacks on Financial Institutions
  • Live at: Aug 23 2012 6:00 pm
  • Presented by: Jerry Archer, SVP/CSO, Sallie Mae; Phil Lin, Ed Dembowski, FireEye
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