Allies in Battle: When next-gen network and endpoint security solutions team up to defeat the APT
Rick Holland is a senior analyst at Forrester Research, where he serves Security & Risk Professionals. Rick works with senior information security leadership providing strategic guidance on security architecture, security operations, and data privacy. His research focuses on incident response, threat intelligence, and email and web content security, as well as virtualization security. He is regularly quoted in the media and is a frequent guest lecturer at the University of Texas at Dallas.
Chief Marketing Officer
Eric Schurr is chief marketing officer of Bit9 and leads all aspects of the company’s worldwide marketing including strategy, messaging and positioning, brand development, demand generation, digital marketing, website messaging, social media strategy, and analyst and public relations. Schurr has more than 25 years of experience in the software industry, as a leader in product strategy, branding and innovation with companies ranging from startups such as SQA and Gomez to leading global enterprises including IBM, Rational Software, Compuware and Cognos. He was chief marketing officer for the world’s 23rd largest software company, Rational Software, which was acquired by IBM. While at Rational, Schurr also founded and ran the business unit that produced a milestone product line that within 18 months generated more than one-third of Rational’s new-product revenue. At SQA, he drove the company’s product and marketing strategy and was a key member of the executive team that took the company public. Previously Schurr was an executive in residence at Greylock Partners and served on the board of Active EndPoints, a startup focused on building leading software in the BPEL market. He earned a bachelor’s degree in mathematics and English composition from Depauw University in Greencastle, Ind.
Join guest speaker Rick Holland, senior security and risk analyst at Forrester Research, Inc., as he discusses why traditional antivirus techniques are losing the battle against today’s increasingly sophisticated malware. He’ll explore how next-generation security solutions can work together to build your best defense against today’s advanced threats and malware.
Attend this webinar and learn:
- Why a new approach is needed to protect against today’s evolving threat landscape
- How next-gen network and endpoint/server security solutions can work together to build your best defense against today’s cyberthreats
- How integrating network and endpoint security solutions help you prioritize alerts, speed forensic investigation and remediation