Webroot, the market leader in next-generation endpoint security and cloud-based collective threat intelligence, today announced details about the company’s involvement at RSA Conference 2016 in San Francisco, February 29 to March 4. Webroot will showcase its latest innovation in threat detection and incident response, and its ability to equip organizations with intelligent cybersecurity to detect advanced targeted attacks and unknown threats. The company will also host a speaking session offering an in-depth look at the implementation of threat intelligence to defend against today’s cyber threats.
Highlights of Webroot at RSA Conference 2016 include:
- Speaking Session: Threat Intelligence: From an Unknown Discipline to Cyber Buzzword – On Wednesday, March 2, at 2:10 p.m. in the North Hall Briefing Center, Webroot chief technology officer, Hal Lonas, will host a session on how to differentiate between cybersecurity buzzwords and high quality threat intelligence that can bolster an organization’s defenses.
- Webroot BrightCloud® Threat Investigator – A powerful new threat investigation tool will be showcased in the Webroot booth (#3837 North Hall): the Webroot BrightCloud Threat Investigator. It provides enterprises, managed service providers (MSPs) and managed security service providers (MSSPs) with actionable threat intelligence on individual IPs and URLS for rapid incident investigation and response. The BrightCloud Threat Investigator API is also available for Webroot technology partners to integrate with their own offerings.
- Live Presentations – Webroot security experts will provide intelligent cybersecurity presentations in booth #3837 North Hall at 45 minutes past each hour during Exhibit Hall hours, and demonstrate the latest Webroot threat intelligence technology. Grayson Milbourne, security intelligence director at Webroot, will also present findings from the latest edition of the annual Webroot Threat Brief.
- #ProvenNextGen at @RSAC – Discover new threat stats from Webroot research, live RSA Conference 2016 coverage, and Smarter Cybersecurity™ tactics by following #ProvenNextGen and Webroot’s activity on Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, and Facebook.
For more information about Webroot at RSA Conference 2016, visit booth #3837 in Moscone North or online at www.webroot.com/rsac2016.