Event Date: November 06, 2019
Hosted By: FireEye & Carahsoft
In today's age, some of our most critical democratic processes are being administered digitally, so having a security posture that can protect through dynamic analysis with high efficacy is a necessity. Government agencies must be able to implement proactive defensive capabilities, while also providing the cutting edge intelligence in their tools for the latest cyber-attacks to ensure the integrity of the democratic process.
Cyber criminals and bad actors are increasingly creating chaos in state and local voting election systems - from disqualifying legitimate voters to corrupting data to launching denial-of-service attacks. Many government election commissions and agencies could be much better prepared to deal with election security threats.
Join us to learn more about how cyber criminals and threat actors are targeting the election process and ways to protect against these breaches.
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In this M-Trends 2018 report, we look at some of the latest trends identified during the October 1, 2016 to September 30, 2017 reporting period, as revealed through incident response investigations by Mandiant, a FireEye company.
Comprehensive Endpoint Security: As endpoints proliferate, and the bring-your-own-device (BYOD) mentality becomes more pervasive, organizations face rapidly increasing security risks. Older endpoint protection platforms (EPPs) use static blocking to keep out known threats. But as attackers have beco...
Fill out the following form to access three FireEye Cyber Defense Summit Livestreams. Keynote speakers include Kevin Mandia, CEO and Board Director of FireEye; Grady Summers, Executive VP and Chief Technology Officer of FireEye; Sandra Joyce, VP and Head of Global Intelligence Operations of FireEye