will increasingly use targeted-attack-type methodologies like open
source intelligence and highly customized spear phishing, along with
multiple exploits. And in the context of targeted attacks, we will see
more clickjacking and watering hole attacks, new exploits of choice, and
attacks via mobile devices.” |
These are just two of the important predictions Trend Micro has made for 2014. The others may surprise you.
Join us for an insightful security briefing covering Trend Micro’s key 2104 predictions.
In addition to learning about the key issues your organization will
face in the year ahead, you will gain a valuable understanding of how
Trend Micro Deep Discovery provides the network-wide visibility, insight
and control you need to overcome risks from:
A complimentary hot breakfast will be served.
- Targeted Attacks and Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs)
- Zero-day Malware and Document Exploits
- Attacker Network Activity
- Phishing and Spear Phishing
- Data Exfiltration
- Bots, Trojans & Worms
- Key Loggers & Disruptive Applications
We look forward to seeing you there.
Trend Micro Canada
Tuesday, February 11
Hilton Toronto/Markham Suites
Wednesday, February 12
Thursday, February 13
The Westin Bayshore
Clay, Sr. Manager, Trend Micro Threat Research Group. Jon Clay is
responsible for managing threat communication and is a frequent speaker
on a wide range of core technologies from Trend Micro. He has been with
the company for over 17 years and has held previous roles in Sales
Engineering and Training. Jon has a BS in Electrical Engineering with a
Minor in Computer Engineering from Michigan State University.
will receive an email confirmation with additional venue and meeting
details immediately after registering. Have a question? Send us an email.