Keeping Networks Jolly

Automated Threat Prevention & Total Visibility Give You Back Some Holiday Cheer


December 2, 2021 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM EST

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The relentless threat of ransomware, phishing campaigns, data exfiltration, malware command-and-control, and stealthy exploits…it’s a worrisome challenge and enough to dampen the spirits of even the most cheerful CISOs and cybersecurity professionals.  

Join Trinity Cyber’s VP of Threat Analysis, Jeremy Brown, and Gigamon’s Field Chief Technology Officer, Ian Farquhar, for a lively discussion regarding how automated threat prevention combined with comprehensive network visibility and improved incident response can restore your cheer by providing dramatically increased security and peace of mind.

In this webinar, our speakers will discuss: 

  • A revolutionary technology and approach that exposes and prevents entire classes of attack – malware delivery, command and control (C2), remote code exploits, drive-by downloads, and in-the-wild obfuscation techniques - before they compromise a customer’s infrastructure. 
  • A technology-driven mindset to move past simple Indicators of Compromise (IOCs) in favor of attacker tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs).

  • How to leverage powerful new preventative actions – remove, replace, and modify – to level the playing field against many different attacks.

  • The importance of deep and pervasive visibility for any device, any network (on-premise, public cloud, hybrid), and any N/S/E/W and encrypted traffic across your network. This granular level of information plays a critical role in providing insights for threat hunting, investigation, and forensics.  

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Core Premise

The premise of Trinity Cyber’s technology is simple and unique.

Every Internet session can and should be fully staged, parsed and deeply inspected inline (not in a sandbox) in context, and with endpoint and application layer fidelity before it enters or leaves a customer’s control. At the same time, automated processes must be run to remove or alter malicious content from files and protocol fields at speed and scale to affect the outcome in favor of the customer. This must be done without introducing latency or degrading the customer’s Internet experience.

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