Detecting dangerous PDFs and application layer threats.

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Malware making use of PDF files is one of many complex threats that are “moving up the stack” to exploit vulnerabilities at the application and session layers. Visibility into the contents of applications, documents and protocols is needed to capture critical data to detect and remediate these advanced threats.  

Learn how new application monitoring technology works with security information and event management (SIEM) systems to uncover and address these new high layer challenges.

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Mel Shakir, Chief Technology Officer, NitroSecurity

Jeremy Conway, Product Manager, NitroSecurity


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