Fighting next-generation adversaries with automated shared threat intelligence

Guest post by Chua Ying Tze, HP Enterprise Security APJ

 

Today, adversaries are technically advanced, structured around a cybercrime market, and using paradigm shifts in technology to compromise more victims. Attackers are becoming more effective and continue to cause widespread damage and security issues that are extremely difficult to identify through specialization and collaboration, even as systems become more secure.

 

However, recent advances in technology provide the foundation for a new type of industry-wide threat intelligence exchange. By having an easier way to communicate,  potential targets can now organize, collaborate and leverage threat intelligence more quickly and effectively—decreasing the occurance of attacks.

 

fighting next generation adversaries with automated shared threat intelligence.pngJoin us for a live webinar on 13 Mar 2014 to find out about:

  • Techniques for identifying, anonymizing and sharing threat intelligence
  • Use cases for increasing response times and preventing breaches
  • Case studies illustrating the importance of collaborative threat intelligence

 

Date: Thursday, 13 Mar 2014 (50 mins)

08:00 - 08:45 (AM) Mumbai

10:30 - 11:15 (AM) Singapore / Hong Kong

11:30 - 12:15 (AM) Tokyo / Seoul

13:30 - 14:15 (PM) Sydney

 

Register for the webinar here

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