Target-style Breaches—Change your security response time from months to minutes

It seems like security breaches are now a daily part of our lives. Whether it’s Target, Hilton, or even just our personal mobile device, we’ve come to realize that they’re not completely preventable. On the flip side of that, we also realize that we have the means and the power to reduce the impact of a breach—putting defensive efforts in place that have the ability to stop attacks before sensitive data is stolen.  

breach.jpgWe hope you’ll join us for a webinar on Thursday, February 13th, where using the Target breach as a case study, our featured speakers will demonstrate how appropriate threat detection and threat intelligence coupled with incident response management could have stopped the attack before it became too late.

The featured speakers for this webinar will be:

In this webinar, we’ll discuss how HP ArcSight and CO3 Systems have transformed the incident response process by joining both timely threat detection and threat intelligence with incident response management. Integrations such as these, change the response process from a manual, people-driven process, to one that is automated and efficient.

 

Change your response time from months, to minutes!

 

We hope you can join us! Register here: https://www4.gotomeeting.com/register/306177295

 

Learn more: Target-style Breaches: An Incident Response Case Study

 

Tags: ArcSight| HP| security
Labels: HP| security
Comments
Mostafa_Soliman | ‎07-10-2014 12:17 AM

Hi Folks,

 

Do you have a link for the recorded webinar ?

 

Cheers,

Mostafa

Kerry_Matre | ‎07-15-2014 10:07 AM

Here is the link to the recorded webinar: https://p.brighttalk.com/hp/securitycompliance/?commid=103699

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