The unfortunate reality of today’s advanced cybercrime attacks is that they are evolving faster than organizations can keep up. Zero-day threats are everywhere. And, the last generation prevention systems are failing to identify these new and advanced threats.
According to AV-test.org, more than 390,000 malicious programs are found each day, and this number continues to grow. Lastline Labs found that only 51 percent of AV scanners detect new malware samples on Day 0. Cyber criminals use these malware, and other associated techniques, to invade and compromise your critical systems. According to the latest Verizon Data Breach Investigations report, 94 percent of unauthorized data was accessed through compromised servers.
Face it, the threat landscape has changed and you need to operate as though you are in a continuous state of compromise. It is time to look for a new approach on how to detect and respond to advanced threats! Can you confidently answer the following?
- Is there an advanced threat already in my environment? If yes, where is it?
- How many of my critical systems are impacted and for how long?
- What tools and processes do we have to resolve these threats and respond quickly?
This is where threat intelligence comes in. What is threat intelligence? The industry is abuzz about it. It really comes down to understanding the difference between information and intelligence. Intelligence needs to be accurate and actionable, with context enabling critical security insight you can act on.
Join Wendy Nather, Security Research Director at 451 Research, and Gajraj Singh, Director of Product Marketing at Tripwire, to learn how you can defend yourself against the next attack. In this webinar, you will learn about current threat intelligence technologies, as well as best practices for deploying a next-generation adaptive protection solutions to fight new and advanced threats as they emerge.