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The bad news just keeps coming. In the first days of February this year, The New York Times, The Washington Post, and Twitter all announced they’d been victims of expert-level cyberattacks. Although vigorously denied by Chinese authorities, both The Times and The Post insist that evidence points to a specific, targeted attack from China. In the case of the newspapers, the attacks were politically motivated and used spear-phishing to gain access to the networks of both papers.
This webcast is the second of our three-part Cybersecurity-as-a-Service Series. What makes these attacks truly scary is that they were (presumably) directed by a nation state against commercial firms in the U.S. The attacks blasted right through the anti-malware defenses and infected the networks with 43 different variants of malware.
Fighting this stuff is no longer something most of us can do alone. We need to bring in the big guns. CBS Interactive is proud to present "Who you gonna call? How cloud security services safeguard your business," a live and interactive webcast about how cloud-based security services are able to help you secure your business and users.
- Learn about how attacks are increasing in severity and are no longer perpetrated just by kids and small-time criminals trying to make a buck
- Discover how an attack can break through traditional defenses and an attacker can live inside your network over an extended period of time
- Explore how cloud security services can help protect your network from advanced persistent threats and keep your company out of the headlines
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