Why security should work how the Internet does


You know the story: threats are proliferating in volume and diversity, and despite thoughtful security strategy you're still cleaning up malware and encountering botnets that communicate sensitive data off of your network. What's keeping you from finally getting ahead of threats? There's a massive disconnect in security today: the way vendors approach security doesn't actually align with how bad actors create and distribute threats. The result is that businesses' IT and security teams can't effectively prevent or contain infections. This webcast will examine why a fundamental shift in how security is delivered is essential to improving security efficacy.

OpenDNS CTO Dan Hubbard will share insight on how:
- Bad actors exploit key Internet infrastructure to distribute threats
- IT can gain powerful security insight by carefully monitoring network activity
- Analyzing "big data" from DNS requests can help predict future threats
- Delivering security via the cloud directly results in improved security efficacy 

Hosted by:

Dan Hubbard

July 17, 2013 @10 a.m. PDT

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Why Security Should Work the Way the Internet Does
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