Which DDoS Soltuion is Right for me?

"Arbor Cloud is a layered DDoS protection solution that combines the comprehensive network threat detection of Arbor’s Peakflow technology and Arbor’s Pravail, an always-on application layer attack solution. Arbor Cloud signaling offers additional mitigation capacity and expertise that allows you to fully control your network, applications, and services in the event of a DDoS attack.

While Peakflow and Pravail services can be implemented separately, the Arbor Cloud DDoS Protection Service unites both platforms to ensure utmost network security against application-layer and volumetric attacks. Using a combination of on-premise hardware and cloud-based protection, Arbor Cloud quickly detects and mitigates malicious traffic.

Arbor Cloud is an ideal service to deliver comprehensive DDoS protection to your customers as well as your own organization, and is supported by Arbor’s Security Engineering and Response Team (ASERT) and Atlas."
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Spotlight

"A new layer of security in organizations, focused specifically on the protection and management of identities, is a critical new requirement in efforts to stem the tide of breaches. Of these identities, none are so critical as those belonging to privileged users.

Malicious users predictably follow a logical series of steps in order to successfully carry out their attacks. These sequences are called ""kill chains"" based on the fact that if the sequence of steps attackers follow can be interrupted, or ""killed"" at any point, the ultimate attack can be prevented or mitigated. Privileged access management provides the means to thwart attackers at multiple steps in the attack lifecycle."


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Trends Behind Today's Breaches & Cyber Attacks in EMEA

FireEye, Inc.

Join us in a live webinar as Jens Monrad explores trends that define today’s threat landscape based on Mandiant’s investigation of last year’s successful cyber attacks. Register today and get insights into: New phishing trends breaching today’s companies. Changes in modern attack telemetry and methodology.
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Staying Ahead of Cyber Attacks | Next Gen SOC :Getting Started with Managed Detection

Paladion

Can the managed detection and response (MDR) framework protect organizations from today’s advanced, sophisticated threats? In this webinar, we discuss the different components of MDR and how it can advance your existing security operations. Frost and Sullivan’s principal cyber security consultant Parminder Saini and Paladion’s top cyber security expert Jose Varghese decode the MDR framework to help you understand its different working parts including its technology, processes, and people to help you gain better understanding of this strategic security operations area.
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Using Global Intelligence Data to Prevent Online Fraud and Cybercrime

"Fraud and other forms of cybercrime continue to plague all companies with an online presence, with sophisticated cybercriminals launching attacks on logins, payments, and account origination. Security and fraud prevention professionals are challenged to keep pace with evolving trends and protect against attacks that threaten customers, employees, revenues and data – all without impeding user experience. Knowing the latest attack trends can help focus your detection and prevention resources to reduce risk and losses. Attend this webinar to learn how to leverage findings in The ThreatMetrix Cybercrime Report, based on actual cybercrime attacks detected during real-time analysis and interdiction of fraudulent account logins, online payments and registrations. This report gathers data from over 850 million monthly transactions, including findings from this year’s Black Friday – Cyber Monday weekend. Topics to be discussed include: •Attacks by transaction type and industry •Trends in top attack methods •Analysis of mobile vs. desktop attacks •Why global shared intelligence is essential "
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Protecting Your Sensitive Data Does Not Have to Impact Business Operations

The risks to data are everywhere, and your organisation is ultimately responsible for the security of customers’ personally identifiable information (PII). This means you must protect PII not only during transaction processing, but also through business processes such as charge-backs, loyalty or repeat payments, storage and analytics – including outsourced environments. Find out how you can protect PII throughout its life cycle from Andy Heather, VP EMEA at HP Security Voltage
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Spotlight

"A new layer of security in organizations, focused specifically on the protection and management of identities, is a critical new requirement in efforts to stem the tide of breaches. Of these identities, none are so critical as those belonging to privileged users.

Malicious users predictably follow a logical series of steps in order to successfully carry out their attacks. These sequences are called ""kill chains"" based on the fact that if the sequence of steps attackers follow can be interrupted, or ""killed"" at any point, the ultimate attack can be prevented or mitigated. Privileged access management provides the means to thwart attackers at multiple steps in the attack lifecycle."

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