Webinar: Stop the Breach or Spot the Breach?
A joint CIS & NNT Event

Join NNT in this educational session, as we partner directly with the Center for Internet Security (CIS) and Blake Frantz to address the topic of 'Why Security Automation is a critical asset to have'.

During the Webinar, you'll be hearing directly from both Blake and Mark as we discuss the importance of using best practices for secure configurations and why developing an information security strategy is key - prevention is still better than cure.

Breaches such as those at Target & Home Depot could have been mitigated by taking some fairly simple Steps: Start with the implementation of a hardened build standard with precision change detection (Such as the CIS Benchmarks which are referenced as a source in the PCI DSS) and this, coupled with breach detection technology (FIM - based Host Intrusion Detection system or HIDS), will ensure that, even if a breach is successful, at least you will be alerted to the fact immediately and be in a position to take action to prevent any confidential data loss.

Remember - Target lost data affecting over 70M individuals in just two and a half weeks, so where a breach can't be prevented, speed of detection is critical!

Sounds interesting? This session is designed to help you review what the real priorities are for maintaining a high secure environment without overburdening you or your organization with unnecessary expense and work.

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