Malware Defenses for 2012 and Beyond

Mark Bouchard and Ron Gula
Organizations everywhere are deep in the grips of “malware madness.” Industry estimates of the number of unique malware variants are pegged in the hundreds-of-millions, and it’s rapidly growing. Faced with increasing stealth and sophistication, and an ever-broadening selection of worthy targets, security teams must not only invest in dedicated anti-malware products, but also take advantage of every tool in their arsenal capable of helping combat the problem.

Join AimPoint Group Founder and Principal Analyst Mark Bouchard and Tenable CEO and CTO Ron Gula to learn:

• What’s driving the malware problem and how extensive it is
• Strategies for building effective, long-term malware defenses
• The benefits of a next-generation vulnerability management solution with integrated malware defense capabilities
Jul 31 2012
60 mins
Malware Defenses for 2012 and Beyond
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