Next Wednesday, April 16, Lancope Senior Systems Engineer Charles Herring will present at the AIM Infotec conference in Omaha, Nebraska. In the midst of increasingly advanced cyber-attacks, Herring will review how real-world breaches in 2013 were detected by taking a more sophisticated approach and looking at network traffic deviating from normal patterns via metadata/NetFlow analysis.
2014 has already started out with a bang when it comes to damaging online attacks. The Lancope presentation, “2013 Breaches Caught by Network Behavioral Anomaly Detection,” will demonstrate why conventional, signature-based threat detection is no longer enough to protect critical assets from stealthy, persistent adversaries.
Each year, the Infotec conference brings together hundreds of technology, business and marketing professionals in the Midwest to discuss the latest IT breakthroughs that are driving businesses forward. Further details on Lancope’s session can be found here.
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