Supported by FireEye
Overview & Abstract FireEye will present on Advanced malware, zero-day and targeted APT attacks. This is the new status quo.
IMF, Citibank, RSA, Sony, Epsilon, Lockheed and many others have been attacked. In fact, over 95% of enterprises are easily compromised as advanced attacks simply bypass traditional signature-based defenses such as NGFW, IPS, AV and Web gateways. The security hole is real and it is pervasive Don’t be the next headline. Learn how to protect yourself .
The presentation will cover:
- The new threat landscape – advanced, zero-day and targeted APT attacks
- How advanced attacks easily bypass your current security
- The hole left open by traditional signature-based technologies
- Plugging the security hole
- Next generation security for next generation threats
Speaker: Jason Gael, Senior Security Systems Engineer, is focused on educating customers to better protect themselves from modern malware, such as advanced persistent threats, spear–phishing attacks, and drive–by downloads. Jason has worked in security and software related industries for 20 years. He is currently Channel Systems Engineering Manager – US with FireEye Inc, a security company based in Milpitas, CA. Previous to FireEye, Jason held Senior roles at Websense, Catbird, Surfcontrol, Lightsurf, Magnifi, Santa Cruz Operation (SCO), and Borland. Jason lives in Santa Cruz, California where he enjoys sailing, skateboarding with his son, and world–class disc–golfing.
Location Monthly meetings are held from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM MST at the StoneHouse, unless otherwise stated: 665 Park Boulevard Boise, ID 83712 The StoneHouse is located at 665 Park Blvd., next to the Ram, near the intersection of Broadway Ave. and Park Blvd.