Security budgets are on the rise. In fact, according to 451 Research's Consumer Insight report, 49% of information security budgets are expected to increase in 2015. The sad reality is that an increase in a security budget does not always equal better data protection. The increase in security spending often results in information overload and lack of product integration - a perfect recipe for shelfware. We know that doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result is the definition of insanity. It's time for a change. A context-driven, data-centric regime lets you observe what matters - the data. And, the way in which you observe data ultimately helps you defend against advanced threats.
In this webinar, you'll learn about recalibrating your security and improving visibility, thereby minimizing surprises and resulting in a data security approach designed to protect against any threat, anywhere, at any time. Register today for our March 26 webinar at 1 PM and hear Eric Hanselman of 451 Research and David Karp of Digital Guardian provide insights on how to defend against advanced threats and bridge the gap between network security and data protection.
Advanced Threat Protection - Building a Kill Chain Defense
Detect and stop targeted attacks with a data-centric approach that protects sensitive data regardless of the source of attack.
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