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    A Wall Street & Technology Webcast:

    How To Use Predictive Network Threat Modeling To Eliminate Internal and External Cyber Threats

    Duration: 60 Minutes

    With cyber espionage currently responsible for $13 billion in losses to the U.S. economy, according to the FBI, finding ways to predict and prevent future cyber attacks is vital for businesses. On Wall Street, as the number of devices on enterprise networks continues to grow, cyber espionage perpetrators are capitalizing on the increased complexity of network access to compromise critical data assets. A proactive approach that includes predictive security using visualized network modeling can help you identify access pathways and the associated vulnerabilities and quickly pinpoint the specific systems and devices most susceptible to attack.

    Why do these statistics matter?

    If investment managers are unable to calculate their exposure in real-time, how will they mitigate losses in the event of a default such as in the 2008 collapse of Lehman Brothers? Additionally, if the buy-side has zero confidence in the accuracy of their accounting systems how can they ensure correct valuations and accurate stakeholder reports? How can investment managers inspire investor confidence if their book of business is administered on out-of-date systems?

    Indeed, testimony before the U.S. House of Representatives' Homeland Security Committee on June 28th on cyber espionage painted a grim picture when it comes to cyber espionage, with Gregory Wilshusen, Director of Information Security Services at the Government Accountability Office (GAO), testifying that U.S. government and private sector organizations needed to adopt security controls that reduce organizations' vulnerability to attacks, including access control technologies, cryptography to protect sensitive data, configuration management and other tools.

    During this one-hour Webcast, join Wall Street & Technology Senior Editor Melanie Rodier and RedSeal Networks to learn how to prevent cyber attacks through:
    • Predictive network threat modeling
    • Threat mitigation
    • Continuous monitoring

     
     

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