How to Reduce the Risks Your Organization Faces on the Internet
What are you doing to protect your organization on the internet?
In today’s digitally connected economy, your organization can’t avoid using the internet to conduct business.
That’s a problem, because most network security technologies are designed only to protect corporate networks within the four walls of the enterprise. They aren’t sufficient to secure your information in cyberspace.
What can you do to protect your organization on the internet? That’s the theme of “Network Security from the Edge Out,” a Telos Corporation webinar that will be held on March 31 at 2pm ET that explores the threats your enterprise faces when its data “leaves the building” and makes its way across the badlands of the internet.
Presented by Telos Product Manager Tom Badders, you’ll learn:
What are some of the most common internet threats to your organization’s information and personnel
How threats outside your enterprise network can lead to breaches of your network
Why most network security products and services aren’t adequate to protect your organization
Strategies that reduce the risks of using the internet for business communication and financial transactions
Attendees will gain a better understanding of the severity of the risks and threats they face using the public internet for business requirements and how most network security options aren’t adequate to defend against them. You’ll leave with insights into emerging tools and techniques that will protect your information and transactions as they traverse the internet as part of your business operations.
About Tom Badders:
Tom Badders is a Senior Product Manager at Telos Corporation, a leading provider of cyber, cloud and enterprise security solutions for the world’s most security-conscious organizations. Tom’s focus is on network capabilities to protect organizations and individuals from cyber threats. He has extensive knowledge and expertise in managed attribution, obfuscation, and encryption for cloud and premise-based networks. Leveraging over 40 years of experience in systems and network integration, Tom drives the strategy and direction for the company’s cloud-based managed attribution products and services business and, in turn, provides industry leadership for the development of obfuscation technologies to help eliminate attack surfaces targeted by cyber adversaries.