WALTHAM, Mass., June 11, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Bit9, the leader in Trust-based Security, is sponsoring a free webcast from Ultimate Windows Security titled APT Confidential: 14 Lessons Learned from Real Attacks on Wednesday, June 12, 2013, at 12:00 p.m. EDT.
Presented by security expert Randy Franklin Smith, the webcast will draw from interviews with enterprises that have been hit by the Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) and how their experiences can help your organization recognize and respond to the APT before it's too late.
What: Free live webcast APT Confidential: 14 Lessons Learned from Real Attacks presented by Randy Franklin Smith of Ultimate Windows Security
Who Should Attend: Enterprise security analysts who want to learn how to identify the APT and take action before it wreaks havoc in your organization
When: Wednesday, June 12, 2013, at 12:00 p.m. EDT
Where: Click here to register
Among the 14 lessons learned from real attacks Smith will share are:
- The three types of attackers enterprises face
- The many methods the APT uses to advance along the kill chain
- "Watering Holes": a new targeting method
- The surprising reason trusting personal email accounts for business use is dangerous
The leader in Trust-based Security, Bit9 continuously monitors and records all activity on servers and endpoints to detect and stop cyberthreats that evade traditional security defenses. A cloud-based software reputation service combined with policy-driven application control and whitelisting provide the most reliable form of security in a model that can be rapidly implemented with less maintenance than traditional tools. Bit9 has stopped the most advanced attacks, including Flame, Gauss and the malware responsible for the RSA breach. Almost 1,000 organizations—from Fortune 100 companies to small businesses—use Bit9 to increase security, reduce operational costs, and improve compliance. For more information, visit http://www.bit9.com, follow us on Twitter @Bit9, Facebook and Google+, or call +1 617-393-7400.
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