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How to Detect Fileless Attacks with Host-Based IDS in USM Anywhere

Attackers have figured out how to bypass traditional antivirus software with fileless attacks designed to hide within sanctioned applications and even within the OS itself. Host-based intrusion detection systems (HIDS), which work by monitoring activity that is occurring internally on a host, are an effective way to detect these advanced attacks before they spread.

Join this webcast to learn:

- How fileless attacks work and how they evade detection by most traditional antivirus software
- The types of endpoint activity that can be detected and logged by HIDS to catch threats like fileless attacks
- Why HIDS is an essential security control for threat detection and compliance
- How correlation of HIDS data with IP reputation data, vulnerability scans, and more can boost threat detection and response

Speakers:
Danielle Russell
Group Product Marketing Manager
Aaron Genereaux
Sr. Sales Engineer
Recorded May 14 2020 55 mins
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