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Cyber Resiliency is a Message That Resonates

I've been attending the Inbound Conference, hosted by HubSpot this week, to brush up on a few things in my discipline (Marketing). Speakers present new Marketing strategies, and mainly inspiration for Marketers to find truly different ways to communicate to audiences. Every session focuses on specific tactics, like blogging or email or telling better stories.

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Topics: Cyber Crime, Cyber Defense, Cyber Security, Cyber Attack, APT, cybersecurity, Tom Bain, Sentinel, endpoint security, CounterTack, threat detection, Zero-day Attack, Security Intelligence, Breach, Gartner Cool Vendor

RSA 2014: Looking for True Innovation in Endpoint Security?

RSA is here. It’s all about the latest and greatest security technologies, big personalities, networking, education. But really, it’s about opportunity and innovation.

Global attackers have afforded us that opportunity, and have put organizations in such a state of continuous compromise that now more than ever, it’s time for companies to re-think traditional security models.

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Topics: cybersecurity, Sentinel, endpoint security, CounterTack, threat detection

Reducing 'Attack Dwell Time' is Critical in Limiting an Attacker's Effectiveness

Last week, the New York Times reported that just three months after hackers working for the Chinese People’s Liberation Army went dark, they’re back at it again, targeting countless American companies and government agencies. The group is responsible for many high profile breaches – from Coca-Cola to RSA to Lockheed Martin.  While many of us were not surprised by this recent resurgence of attacks, it is very troubling to note that “the victims were many of the same ones the unit had attacked before.”

So they’re back in.  What’s the problem?  I don’t think it’s for lack of trying.  Certainly among our enterprise customers, everyone is heavily invested in the latest advanced threat tools and sophisticated security analysis and incident response teams.  And I don’t think it’s because the Chinese have better attack tools. Our research indicates that their weapons are generally no more (or less) sophisticated than those of other criminal enterprises around the world. 

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Topics: cybersecurity, Dwell time, threat detection

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