With the RSA 2016 Conference on the horizon, let's take some time to see how the cybersecurity threats and defenses have changed in the past year or two. You probably know already that it isn't a matter of if someone is going to break into an enterprise network, but a question of when. How can your team minimize the time that hackers are in your systems and the damage that they create?
The critical cybersecurity tools that are evolving and being used today in protecting enterprise networks are based on advanced analytics that spot abnormal network behavior. Those tools pick up where firewalls and anti-virus software leave off.
Liz Goldberg, Principal Product Marketing Manager for Cybersecurity, at SAS joins the A2 Conversations online radio program on Thursday, February 18, at 2 pm EST, to discuss trends in cybersecurity threats and defenses.
In this broadcast you will learn:
- How cybersecurity analytics are advancing
- About some of the key concerns on the minds of security professionals and enterprise leaders
- What to expect at the RSA conference
- How your company's analytics team can help to protect company data
- About the role that SAS plays in cyberdefense
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