Ziften to Drive Endpoint Security Discussions at Black Hat USA 2015
Company to Showcase Endpoint Security Solution and Host Workshop: “Endpoints, Threat Feeds, FP’s and You” as Part of Annual Security Conference
Ziften today announced it will be leading endpoint security discussions and showcasing its innovative endpoint security solution at Black Hat USA 2015, the marquee InfoSec show of the year, being held August 1-6, 2015, at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Ziften will be giving live demonstrations of its continuous endpoint visibility solution in the Black Hat Business Hall, August 5th & 6th, in Booth IC31, while Ziften Senior Software Engineer Ryan Holeman will be the featured speaker in the “Endpoints, Threat Feeds, FP’s and You” workshops being held on August 6th at 11am and 12:10pm in Mandalay Bay South Convention Center K.
“Endpoint Security will be a key topic of conversation at Black Hat USA 2015 and we look forward to leading the discussion on the value and importance of securing networks all the way to the endpoint,” said Charles Leaver, CEO, Ziften. “Between our live demos in the Business Hall and our featured workshop ‘Endpoints, Threat Feeds, FP’s and You,’ Black Hat attendees will gain new insight into Endpoint Security as well as an understanding of how it has become a critical piece to an organization’s overall security strategy.”
WHAT: “Endpoints, Threat Feeds, FP’s and You” A workshop that focuses on user endpoints & network threat feeds and how to discover and maximize the feeds that are right for you. The workshop will demonstrate techniques to enhance both threat feed data and enterprise network logs to enable users to gather more context and attribution on their network sources, enrich threat feed data for improved correlation, reduce false positives on network threat feed alerts, and reduce investigation time when performing incident response.
WHO: Ryan Holeman, Senior Software Engineer, Ziften
WHEN: August 6, 2015 11am and 12:10pm
WHERE: Mandalay Bay South Convention Center K
Additionally, Ziften has released “9 Basic Tips for Not Getting Pwned at Black Hat,” a list of cyber safety tips for conference attendees to abide by during the event. Tips include where not to use wifi, what laptop you should bring, and remembering to turn on disk encryption and firewalls. The article was first published in TechCrunch and was subsequently picked up by several other media outlets.