Using isolation to prevent web-based malware in the healthcare industry
FREE Webinar May 18th, 2017
Join the Discussion Live!
May 18, 2017 1:00pm-2:00pm EDT
With threat levels on the rise, it's more important than ever to learn how to protect yourself. Join hosts Michael Dickson, Zuly Gonzalez, Beau Adkins, and Phil Puccio as they expose the real threat's you face each day.
The effects of web-based malware on the healthcare industry and why you should care
The popularity of web-based malware and how detection-based security products have failed us
Browsers are vulnerable and popular- how you're making yourself exploitable
How web-based malware penetrates an organization
Common solutions to this problem and why they are not sufficient
What is isolation and why it's a better approach
Introduction to Light Point Web
And much more!
Michael Dickson: Secret Service Special Agent
Michael is a cyber security expert who is currently assigned to head the Maryland Electronic Crimes Task Force, which assists in the investigation and mitigation of various cyber related incidents within the state. In 2004, he was assigned to then President, George W. Bush's protective shift under the Counter-Surveillance Unit and Information Technology Section. He concluded this tour by conducting a number of domestic and foreign advances and eventually overseeing the transition from President Bush to President Obama.
Zuly Gonzalez: Co-founder and CEO of Light Point Security.
Zuly co-founded Light Point Security to solve the biggest problem in cybersecurity today – web-based malware. Prior to Light Point Security, Zuly spent over a decade serving her nation and national security interests as a cybersecurity leader at the NSA.
Beau Adkins: Co-founder and CTO of Light Point Security.
Beau co-founded Light Point Security after recognizing that traditional methods of computer security had fallen behind. In his role as a Global Network Exploitation Analyst for the NSA he learned how dangerous browsing the web had become, and just how unreliable detection-based security truly is.