Solera Networks Spotlights Security Intelligence and Analytics for Advanced Threat Protection at RSA Conference 2013
February 21st, 2013
Speaking Sessions, Groundbreaking Research and Technology Demonstrations to Highlight Importance of Complete Network Visibility in Detecting and Better Understanding Advanced threats and Zero-Day Attacks
Salt Lake City, Utah— January 29, 2013 — Solera Networks, the industry’s leading Big Data Security Intelligence and Analytics provider, today announced it is participating in RSA Conference 2013 in San Francisco. During the conference, Solera Networks (Booth #2345) will undertake a series of activities highlighting the importance of security intelligence and analytics in providing the most comprehensive advanced threat protection for global enterprises and organizations. The featured Solera DeepSee™ technology includes big data security analytics, full network visibility and threat intelligence—critical components for detecting zero-day threats, uncovering malicious targeted attacks and answering critical post-breach questions.
New Groundbreaking Data Breach Research
RSA Conference attendees can learn about new research conducted by the Ponemon Institute and commissioned by Solera Networks that sheds new light on breaches and post-breach behavior. Dr. Larry Ponemon, founder of the Ponemon Institute, will discuss the research findings at Solera Networks’ booth on Tuesday, Feb. 26, at 1:30 p.m. PT. Solera Networks will also highlight the importance of being able to answer critical post-breach questions such as: ‘who hacked us?’, ‘how did they do it?’, ‘what data/systems were affected?’, ‘is it over?’ and ‘can we be sure it won’t happen again?’.
Solera Networks will also be demonstrating new capabilities of Solera DeepSee, which helps organizations harness the power of big data security intelligence and analytics in a flexible software-based platform for easy implementation throughout the enterprise. DeepSee provides complete network visibility of advanced threats, malware and zero-day attacks.
Additionally, copies of the just published Big Data Security for Dummies will be available at the Solera Networks booth. This free book provides readers with insight into why traditional security defenses are not sufficient to combat today’s threats, and provides real-world use cases for big data security intelligence and analytics for advanced threat protection.
Solera Networks to Discuss the Future of Malware
Solera Networks Director of Threat Research Andrew Brandt will be participating in “50 Minutes Into the Future: Tomorrow’s Malware Threats,” an in-depth look at emerging threats. This panel session is scheduled to take place on Wednesday, Feb. 27, at 1 p.m. in Room 304. Forrester Senior Analyst Rick Holland will moderate the discussion, which will feature security industry veterans Dave Marcus, director and chief architect, Threat Research and Intelligence, McAfee; Michael Sutton, vice president of Security Research, Zscaler; and Jaime Blasco, manager, Lab and Vulnerability Research Team, AlienVault. The panel will explore emerging threats and where organizations will need to focus their defensive efforts in the coming months and years.
“As organizations increasingly recognize the inevitability of successful attacks on the most fortified networks, network visibility and actionable threat intelligence become even more critical,” said Steve Shillingford, CEO, Solera Networks. “Targeted attacks are becoming more sophisticated and persistent, putting organizations under increasing pressure to provide up-to-the-minute answers. We look forward to the opportunity to share how big data security intelligence and analytics is re-shaping advanced threat protection at the world’s premiere forum on security.”
Solera Networks will also be hosting a DeepSee Blue Martini party on Wednesday, Feb. 27, at 4:30 p.m. in Booth #2345 for all attendees, and is also co-sponsoring the McAfee Security Innovation Alliance PARTY FOR CHAMPIONS event on Tuesday, Feb. 26, at LuLu’s Restaurant in San Francisco (more information is available at http://www.vssmonitoring.com/events/McAfee2013.asp).
For more information about Solera Networks, or to schedule briefings with the company’s experts at RSA Conference 2013, please contact Dave Bowker or Anne Lundregan at 781-684-0770, or email email@example.com.