Endpoint Security, Detection & Response

  •  TYPE: Track    START DATE: Wednesday, October 09, 2019     START TIME: 13:00    LOCATION:  Ballroom
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The complexity and volume of malware attacks continue to increase. Endpoint devices are being compromised on a regular basis. In the current situation, the old-style protection methods such as anti-virus are not sufficient. More advanced protection measures are necessary such as specific anti-malware tools and solutions. From small to large enterprises to government agencies, and regular users, the endpoint protection must be a priority.  In this session, we will discuss the new form of threats and novel approaches of malware detection and prevention. 


Endpoint Protection/Anti-Malware and Endpoint Detection & Response

Date: Wednesday, October 09, 2019 Time: 13:00-14:30

Endpoint Protection/Anti-Malware and Endpoint Detection & Response
John Tolbert, KuppingerCole

Preview of the upcoming Leadership Compasses on Endpoint Protection/Anti-Malware and Endpoint Detection & Response. In this session, we'll talk about the Leadership Compass methodology and the criteria that are reviewed and compared to generate these research reports.

Digital Pickpockets: Analyzing Mobile Malware
Marita Fowler, Capital One

Mobile malware authors invest a lot of time and energy into code development to ensure their campaigns are successful.  Attendees will also learn about these different campaigns and how the attacks are evolving.This evolution includes anti-emulator detection, antivirus suppression, chunked update downloads, etc. A list of analysis tools and resources used during the analysis will be provided at the end of the session.

Real Time Endpoint Operations at the Enterprise.
Shaun Cassells, 1E

Security feeds and threats are the never ending endpoint to do list.  In this session we are going to talk about the fundamentals of operations and how to reduce your threat exposure.  Lets excel at the fundamentals to close the gaps illuminated by the security team.   Patching, Ransomware deployment protocol, limited admin rights, shared passwords, unused software, and the other fundamentals of security exposure.  Visibility, management, and real time reactions to...

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