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Webinar | Chapter 1: A New Era of Cyberattacks — Know Thy Adversary
February 18, 2020 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Today, organizations across all industries are facing an onslaught of cyberattacks. Public sector organizations are among the top three most exploited sectors in the United States. It is clear that U.S. federal agencies, schools, health systems, as well as state and local entities, need an effective solution that can protect against both simple and sophisticated cyber threats. It may seem like a daunting task, but by educating cybersecurity teams public sector entities can continue to protect their critical infrastructures.
Join us for an upcoming webinar series that explores three key areas for a baseline of how you can stop breaches.
- Part 1 (Feb. 18): A New Era of Cyberattacks — Know Thy Adversary
- Part 2 (Mar. 10): What Components Make Up Next—Generation Antivirus (NGAV)?
- Part 3 (Mar. 24): Why Is Next-Generation Endpoint Protection Better Than Traditional AV?
Our first webinar will dive into Chapter 1 A New Era of Cyberattacks – Know Thy Adversary from the Stopping Breaches for Govies eBook. We’ll discuss the evolution of threat actor groups motivations and techniques – because the more you know about the adversary, the more equipped you are to protect your organization.
Save the Date for the other chapter overviews on March 10th and March 24th.
Presenter: Trip Nine
CISSP | CrowdStrike Sales Engineer, Public Sector – New England
Trip is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) with over 8 years of experience providing consultative sales support and guidance to public sector and enterprise customers, while collaborating with sales executives and partners to develop and architect security solutions. Expertise in Endpoint Protection Platforms, AWS Network Security, and Dark Web Threat Intelligence, in addition to Data Loss Prevention, IPS/IDS, SIEM, malware sandboxing and mobile security solutions.
Download the EBook – Stopping Breaches for Govies: What you need to know about exploits the Public Sector is facing in cyberattacks.