Cyber Security Disruptors: Verisign iDefense Insight on Current and Emerging Cyber Disrupters for the Enterprise Security Practitioner

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Cyber Security Disruptors: Verisign iDefense Insight on Current and Emerging Cyber Disrupters for t
Cyber security disruptors: Verisign iDefense insight on current and emerging cyber disrupters for the enterprise security practitioner

Date: Jan. 29
Time: 2:00 p.m. ET / 11:00 a.m. PT

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Each year, iDefense covers the subject of cyber security disruptors in preparation for its annual "Cyber Threats and Trends" report. This annual presentation covers the disruptive abilities of new technologies that could fundamentally change the security threat environment for enterprise organizations. The webcast will re-evaluate previously identified disruptors, and will introduce some recent disruptors that iDefense believes have the potential to impact enterprise cyber security practitioners and their networked environments now or in the near future. Topics covered will include:

• Changing APT tactics, techniques and procedures
• Generation Z and the exploitation of social media and hacktivism
• Cyber-physical systems (CPS)
• IT supply chain integrity
• Data loss protection


Featured speaker:

John Moran, senior manager, global threat situational awareness, Verisign iDefense Security Intelligence Services

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