New Trends in Advanced Persistent Threats

New Trends in Advanced Persistent Threats

 

Available On Demand
Duration 60 Minutes
Speakers
Tim Wilson
Editor in Chief
Dark Reading
Tim Wilson
Tim Wilson has been a journalist, author, and analyst in data networking and security for more than 20 years. As site editor and co-founder of Dark Reading, one of the Web's best-known destinations for security news and information, he is responsible for covering up-to-the-minute developments in IT security, including the latest attacks and vulnerability discoveries as well as emerging technologies for preventing them.

Tim's checkered past includes two stints as an industry analyst as well as a variety of editorial positions with leading industry publications, including Network Computing, InternetWeek, and CommunicationsWeek. He also served as executive editor of DataTrends Publications, launching five industry newsletters and authoring a number of special reports in the late 1980s and early 1990s.
Tom Parker
Chief Technology Officer
FusionX
Tom Parker
Tom is recognized throughout the security industry for his research in multiple areas including adversary profiling and software vulnerability research & analysis. Tom has published over four books on the topic of information security including Cyber Adversary Characterization-Auditing the Hacker Mind and a contributor to the popular Stealing the Network Series. Tom is a frequent speaker at conferences including a past speaker at Blackhat. Tom often lends his time to guest lecturing at Universities, involvement in community research initiatives, and is often called to provide his expert opinion to mass media organizations, including BBC News, CNN, and online/print outlets such as The Register, Reuters News, Wired and Business Week.
Wade Williamson
Senior Security Analyst
Palo Alto Networks
Wade Williamson
Wade has extensive industry experience in intrusion prevention, secure mobility, and both wired and wireless networking. He has been a steady and active researcher of new threats and techniques used to compromise enterprise networks and mobile end-users.

New Trends in Advanced Persistent Threats

Advanced persistent threats have been on security professionals’ minds for years now, but today’s APTs are very different from the Stuxnet attack first seen three years ago. Attackers are becoming more sophisticated, and their intrusions are much harder to detect than they’ve ever been. How are APTs changing? What new strategies are there for fighting them?  In this special webinar, a top industry expert will offer a look at the latest advanced threats and offer some insight as to where they are going – and what your enterprise can do to detect and prevent them.

Join us on 7/24 at 11am PT/ 2pm ET. Register now!

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