Best way to operationalize threat intelligence is enforcing it at the DNS layer
Date: Friday, September 18, 2015
Time: 2:00 p.m. ET/ 11:00 a.m. PT
Based on our research, it takes 100-200 days for most organizations just to detect a new threat—before any action can be taken. How many more days go by before new threat intelligence is enforced?
Where are you gathering this intelligence from? Where and how are you enforcing it? Feed providers, network appliances, endpoint agents, or everywhere?
In this webinar, you'll learn how...
- Both time-to-detection and attack dwell time is reduced by orders of magnitude through security automation.
- Integrating threat analytics in your security stack creates intelligence specific to your organization.
- A turn-key integration between AMP Threat Grid and OpenDNS automatically blocks newly discovered malicious domains at the DNS layer, both on and off the corporate network.
- You'll prioritize investigating malicious domains and files involved with severe threats compromising critical systems.
OpenDNS is now part of Cisco, and together, our cloud-delivered, API-based services enforce security everywhere. The Threat Grid integration is the first of many upcoming innovations that enables you to stay ahead of attacks.Speakers:
Barry Fisher, Product Marketing Manager, OpenDNS
Joe Malenfant, Product Marketing Manager, Cisco Security