The Changing Threat Landscape

Join Dennis Fisher, Threatpost editor-in-chief, and his guests, Josh Corman, Director Security Intelligence Akamai, and Gene Kim, Founder / Former CTO Tripwire, and Author, “Visible Ops,” as they discuss the changing threat landscape and how technology plays a pivotal role in the security challenges facing businesses today.

Join Dennis Fisher, Threatpost editor-in-chief, and his guests, Josh Corman, Director Security Intelligence Akamai, and Gene Kim, Founder / Former CTO Tripwire, and Author, “Visible Ops,” as they discuss the changing threat landscape and how technology plays a pivotal role in the security challenges facing businesses today.

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Discussion

  • Anonymous on

    Very informative discussion, thank you!

  • grpl on

    Usefull discussion was kind of longish and repeatitve;

    -evidently would be helpful to visualize topics by applying oftner: charts, schematics or diagrams; simple animation of diagrams would do great; less words gives essence;

    -summaries and pointings(graphiclly) in intervals would give more structure of information

  • Anonymous on

    Sirs - I have installed your Anti Virus 2012 software in my PC - I am not able to get rid of one programme -

    Knctr of Itibiti Inc , however much I tried using 'Uninstall' from 'Control Panal ' - This programme is a

    nuisance to me - The indication, I get is 'this programme is running' and I am not able to close it

    Can you help me please

     

  • Anonymous on

    what about foreign software programmers that have not had criminal background checks in part because their country of origin does not have the ability to perform them. They could be writing secure code that also allows for breakins.

  • Anonymous on

    Manjur

  • Anonymous on

    i have had ahacker in my comupter for about 3 months iv have down load every progam just about they have he still finds a way to destroy my progams ive reformated my hard drive 5 times no luck i dont know how hes geting in ive bought 2 windows 7 i run a modem then a router he toke out mcfees best in 1hour please help he just dismantald 2012 anti virus in 20 mins again please help

  • Concerned user on

    I have looked everywhere on Kaspersky's web site.  But I can not find any information on this DNSCharger virus.  Does Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2012 check for this when it runs a scan?

  • Micheal on

    Its good to see that as they discuss the changing threat landscape and how technology plays a pivotal role in the security challenges facing businesses today. Excellently written article, if only all bloggers offered the same level of content as you, the internet would be a much better place. Please keep it up!.Waiting for some more review.Thank you....  Samrx.com

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