Learn How to Stop Targeted Attacks by Tuning into Duo’s Sept. 25th Webinar
Another day, another headline! Security breaches continue to dominate the news as one major corporation after another has fallen victim to a new targeted security attack. Despite the fact that more security products are on the market than ever before, these types of attacks are on a steep rise.
Information security professionals are especially challenged now that the traditional concept of a “secure network perimeter” is fading fast. With employees encouraged to use their own devices and sensitive data residing in the cloud, combatting the latest security threats is a new challenge. The best solution is for organizations to embrace new strategies and technologies whenever possible to ensure they are fortified against targeted attacks.
Attend our upcoming webinar How to Stop Targeted Attacks and Avoid ‘Expense In Depth’ with Strong Authentication on September 25th at 2:30PM EST to get crucial tips on how you can bolster your company’s defenses.
Duo Security’s Brian Kelly and guest speakers Rick Holland of Forrester Research, Inc. and Bob Hillhouse of the University of Tennessee, Knoxville will discuss how strong authentication can help you sidestep common pitfalls and avoid unnecessary expense when guarding your organization against targeted security attacks. Rick will also share findings from his two-part report, Introducing Forrester's Targeted-Attack Hierarchy of Needs.
The webinar will cover crucial topics such as:
- Implementing the principle of least privilege
- Keeping endpoints patched
- Deploying strong authentication
- Preventing lateral movement
Tune into this webcast to receive clear guidance right-sized for your company's risk profile, staffing, and budget!
Rick Holland, Principal Analyst at Forrester Research, Inc.
Rich Holland is a principal analyst at Forrester Research, Inc., where he serves Security & Risk Professionals. Rick works with senior information security leadership, providing strategic guidance on security architecture, security operations, and data privacy. His research focuses on incident response, threat intelligence, vulnerability management, email and web content security, and virtualization security. Rick speaks at security events including the RSA conference and SANS summits. He is regularly quoted in the media and is a frequent guest lecturer at the University of Texas at Dallas.
Brian Kelly, Principal Product Marketing Manager at Duo Security
Brian Kelly runs product marketing at Duo Security. Brian has spent the last 10 years helping build strong authentication and identity management products and services at companies including Symantec, VeriSign, and Booz Allen Hamilton.
Bob Hillhouse, Associate CIO for Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery and Information Security Officer at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Bob Hillhouse serves the Univeristy of Tennessee, Knoxville, as the Associate CIO for Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery and as the Information Security Officer. Bob is a native Knoxvillian and graduate of the University of Tennessee. He uses multi-factor authentication.