Governance & Risk Management , Next-Generation Technologies & Secure Development

Advanced Threats: How to Increase Visibility for a Stronger Security Posture

Advanced Threats: How to Increase Visibility for a Stronger Security Posture

The way of life in modern societies depends heavily on the critical infrastructures that supply food, water, communications, power, public safety and public health to its citizens. Global governments are treating the protection of infrastructures with the highest priorities to avoid catastrophe and minimize exposure to severe risk. But it takes more that just detecting the inbound threats to keep the critical infrastructure protected; advanced malware protection is only one third of the problem.

What will be discussed:

  • How our nations's critical infrastructure, while becoming interconnected and networked, exposes those networks to the risk of cyber attacks;
  • Challenges to protect our nations critical infrastructure from advanced threats;
  • Best practices to be prepared and defend all services that are critical to daily life and vulnerable to cyber attacks.


Join Brian Wohlwinder, Senior Security Researcher at General Dynamic Fidelis Cybersecurity Solutions, for a lively discussion about "Going Beyond Malware Detection to Combat Cyber Attacks to Our Nation's Critical Infrastructure." Learn how to secure critical infrastructure by examining a new approach to security intelligence that integrates malware detection solutions, data loss prevention and threat intelligence to protect across the entire threat life cycle; infiltration, command and control, communication, lateral propagation and exfiltration. A comprehensive advanced threat defense approach with the ability to detect and stop exfiltration and network memory.

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