In our February 14th webcast, we will present how the Cisco ASA NSEL exports are used to detect network threats that could be missed by the Cisco ASA threat detection logic.  We’ll explain how to improve cyber security layers.

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Attendees on the webcast will learn:

  • Top 3 ways the Cisco ASA can protect your company
  • How advanced attacks infiltrate 90% of companies
  • Why most security solutions don’t detect advanced threats
  • The global scale of the advanced threat problem
  • How to use the Cisco ASA to gain another layer of protection against Advanced Persistent Threats
  • Reporting on threats detected using the Cisco ASA
  • IP Host Reputation
  • Correlating other contextual details with the Cisco ASA NetFlow exports
  • Improving C level confidence that no stone was left unturned when cleaning up an attack

This webcast focuses on how to take proactive measures against advanced attacks using NSEL and other log data to gain deeper contextual information surrounding an insurgence. Sign up today for the latest insights.

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Jake Bergeron is currently one of Plixer's Sr. Solutions Engineers - He is currently responsible for providing customers with onsite training and configurations to make sure that Scrutinizer is setup to their need. Previously he was responsible for teaching Plixer's Advanced NetFlow Training / Malware Response Training. When he's not learning more about NetFlow and Malware detection he also enjoys Fishing and Hiking.


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