Fight Back Against Spear-phishing - Arm the User

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Fight Back Against Spear-phishing - Arm the User
Fight Back Against Spear-phishing - Arm the User

Fight Back Against Spear-phishing - Arm the User

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Spear-phishing, poisoned search results, drive-by downloads, legitimate sites being hijacked to push malware - all of these are the current reality and your users are running into these attacks daily. The absolute truth is that Invincea can stop these attacks dead in their tracks by arming your users' browsing and PDF reader environments. We can help you immediately turn the tide against your adversaries without requiring your users or your security teams to change their workflows or learn new technologies.
 
Join Invincea for an informative webinar discussing the current threat - in this hour long session you will:

  • Review a number of case studies related to spear-phishing including Oak Ridge National Labs, RSA, a campaign against the Defense Industrial Base and a thwarted attack against Invincea

  • Learn how advances in virtualization technology can provide hardened, secure browsing and PDF reader environments for your users - enabling a preventative barrier against zero-day attacks 
     
  • Learn how behavioral based detection techniques within this environment can make your browsers real-time malware sensors, arm you with real-time situational awareness and feed your teams actionable security intelligence
  • Get a look at the company voted Most Innovative Company of the Year at RSA 2011

Featured Speaker:
Dr. Anup K. Ghosh is founder /chief scientist, Invincea

Sponsored by:
Invincea

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