Duration: 60 Minutes
Despite increases in protective technologies, information security professionals are still struggling to keep up with the rapid increases in the quantity and complexity of malware attacks. Unique malware signatures are expected to hit over 200 million per year in the near future, zero-day attacks are becoming commonplace, and cheap custom exploits are easily purchased online.
An organization's ability to respond is further crippled by the complexity and distribution of their assets. Clearly, IT security teams must develop new, more adaptable approaches to protecting critical assets. One approach is to move anti-malware signatures from the desktop to the 'cloud' to benefit from reputation-based protections and ensure coverage for roaming and mobile endpoints. While this is admittedly an improvement, is this enough? Moving to a high performance Incident Response program sets organizations up for success. But what does high performance entail?
Join this live webcast as we'll define a High Performance Incident Response program, discuss common challenges and how to address them, as well as best practices, benchmarks, and case studies. Attendees will walk away with specific techniques to prepare for a new decade in information security.
Endpoint Manager, IBM
David P. Merrill,
IBM Security Solutions, IBM