The threat landscape has evolved dramatically over the last few years as threats have become multi-stage and multi-vector. Threats like distributed denial of service (DDoS) combine with data exfiltration and corporate espionage to reveal new dangers for enterprises and governments. Advanced threats are a concern for service providers, as well.
In this webinar, Arbor Networks details timely results from our eighth annual Worldwide Infrastructure Security Report and demonstrates how Arbor solutions can be used to see these new threats to stop them.
Presenter: Rakesh Shah, Senior Director, Product Marketing & Strategy, Arbor Networks
Moderator: Michael Suby, Vice President of Research, Frost & Sullivan
Recorded March 14, 2013 | 49 minutes
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About Rakesh Shah
Rakesh Shah is the Senior Director of Product Marketing & Strategy at Arbor Networks. He has been with the company since 2001, helping to take Arbor's products from early stage to category-leading solutions, and has been dealing with DDoS attacks for quite some time. His teams focus on launching Arbor's solutions into the marketplace, as well as developing thought leadership by demonstrating Arbor's unique value.
About Michael Suby
Michael Suby is Stratecast's Vice President of Research at Frost & Sullivan. He has been with the company since 2000, preparing research and advising customers on network and information security issues and solutions. Prior to joining Frost & Sullivan, Michael was employed in the telecommunications industry.
Advanced Threats: Why You Have To See It To Protect It