Cyber Attack Trends 2017 and Beyond: Protecting Your Business in Cyberspace

Information Security Media Group

As the scale and sophistication of cyber-attacks increases, coupled with new legislation and the complexity of technology, businesses need to manage risk in ways beyond those traditionally handled by the information security function.
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As clearly evidenced by the daily headlines about security breaches, traditional defense tools are failing to protect enterprises from advanced targeted attacks and new sophisticated forms of malware.  Organizations can’t rely solely on traditional blocking gateways, but must invest in prevention, detection, response and predictive capabilities for complete protection.
Researchers cited phish as the origin of 95% of targeted and APT-driven threats in the last year, and over 76% of IT security and operations staff have stated they’d been impacted by exploits or malware that had evaded their existing Intrusion Detection and Antivirus solutions.


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Battling savvy cyber thieves

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"The methods cyber attackers use to infiltrate networks are endless. There is no doubt that the more sophisticated bad guys looking to steal specific data have enlisted surreptitious ways to achieve their ends. From targeting specific employees with convincing phishing emails that encourage them to download malware-riddled attachments to taking advantage of vulnerable web apps, these miscreants find myriad ways to gain entry to networks so that they can siphon off sensitive data – most often unnoticed for days, weeks or even months. Implementing a combination of just the right policies and plans, along with the most effective technologies to support them, is paramount. In this 20/20, we talk to a leading industry expert to learn how cyber crooks are making off with critical data and what methods and types of technologies you should consider to stop them in their tracks."
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"If threat prevention is important to you, then it’s imperative to think about how to protect users when they leave the building. Your employees are working in a variety of locations and using their own BYOD devices. How can you make sure that security doesn’t go out the door when your users do? In this session, we’ll take a look at the threat landscape that the mobile workforce faces, and ways to address the risk using the Palo Alto Networks next-generation security platform. "
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Artificial Intelligence in the Cyber Domain

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Artificial intelligence (AI) offers businesses better ways to defend their systems, but it also offers hackers better ways to compromise those systems. Companies need to understand how AI will impact cyber security before they rely on it for network defense. On April 19, join Michelle Cantos, Strategic Intelligence Analyst and Awalin N. Sopan, Engineer, Analysis Platform, for the second installation of our three-part webinar series on AI that covers: How AI technology can enhance a businesses’ defensive capabilities. How cyber threats can use AI to improve the sophistication and scope of their attacks. How FireEye uses machine learning to bolster its internal defenses and tools.
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Spotlight

As clearly evidenced by the daily headlines about security breaches, traditional defense tools are failing to protect enterprises from advanced targeted attacks and new sophisticated forms of malware.  Organizations can’t rely solely on traditional blocking gateways, but must invest in prevention, detection, response and predictive capabilities for complete protection.
Researchers cited phish as the origin of 95% of targeted and APT-driven threats in the last year, and over 76% of IT security and operations staff have stated they’d been impacted by exploits or malware that had evaded their existing Intrusion Detection and Antivirus solutions.

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