Talos EMEAR Threat Briefing Webinar

Cisco

The security experts at Talos invite you to their EMEAR threat briefing, where they will share their insights into recent attacks and present the implications of these attacks for future trends.

Activity website: https://grs.cisco.com/grsx/cust/grsEventSite.html?EventCode=14711&LanguageId=1&KeyCode=001324753

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Time & Place

18 Oct 2016 from 09:00 to 10:00
Online Uk

Target Audience

Networking and IT professionals and engineers.

Description

Talos EMEAR Threat Briefing
(Live Webinar Tuesday October 18th, 2016 at 10:00 am CET/9 am BST)

Attend our webinar and you will be eligible to a FREE Security Risk Assessment.

There is no such thing as a new crime. Adversaries are adept at adapting and refining criminal business models and applying them to modern technology. The security experts at Talos invite you to their EMEAR threat briefing, where they will share their insights into recent attacks and present the implications of these attacks for future trends.

These insights will help you understand how attacks are evolving in order to design new protection strategies and build better defenses.

Presenter: Martin Lee, Technical Leader Security Research

Martin is technical lead of security research within Talos, Cisco’s threat intelligence and research organisation, and leads the Outreach EMEA team within the group. As a researcher within Talos, he seeks to improve the resilience of the Internet and awareness of current threats through researching system vulnerabilities and changes in the threat landscape. With 13 years of experience within the security industry, he is CISSP certified, a Chartered Engineer, and holds degrees from the universities of Bristol, Cambridge, Paris and Oxford.
In this webinar, you will:

- Discover how attackers target specific organizations and users
- Learn about changes in attack behavior, including innovation in the shadow economy
- Identify best practices your organization can use to protect itself from attacks
- Learn about the most recent and notable threat innovations in EMEAR