Event Date: March 15, 2018 at 2:00 PM ET
Hosted By: FireEye & Carahsoft
FireEye Network SmartVision detects post-exploitation attacker activities in a corporate network which can be enabled on NX Series sensors in a FireEyeNetwork Security deployment and no additional license key is needed! SmartVision expands the detection capabilities of the NX Series appliance beyond just detecting and blocking initial breaches. SmartVision-enabled sensors can be deployed to detect malicious activity and indicators along the entire attacker kill chain.
Join us for a complimentary webinar to learn about FireEye's new expanded detection capabilities using existing NX Series network security deployments.
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attackers are bypassing these
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