Webroot Security Threat Analyst Tyler Moffitt to Present at Automation Nation 2016

BROOMFIELD, CO. - June 15, 2016

Webroot, the market leader in next-generation endpoint security and cloud-based collective threat intelligence, today announced that Webroot senior threat research analyst Tyler Moffitt will present a breakout session titled, “Covering Your A$$: Next-Gen Threat Landscape”. The presentation on Tuesday, June 21 at 3:45 p.m. EDT during Automation Nation will examine the modern threat landscape and discuss the shortcomings of traditional antivirus, as well as how organizations can stay ahead of the malware curve.

As the Diamond sponsor at Automation Nation, Webroot (booth #400) will demonstrate how managed service providers (MSPs) can leverage collective threat intelligence to deliver powerful security that protects against the most sophisticated online threats, without sacrificing system performance, to increase close rates and grow their businesses. The event, which is the largest annual gathering of LabTech partners, takes place in Orlando, Florida from June 20-22.

“Today's advanced malware is increasingly difficult to remove and even harder to detect in the first place,” said Tyler Moffitt, senior threat research analyst at Webroot. “Join my breakout session to learn about current and emerging malware tactics, the evolution of encrypting ransomware, the startling new trends in phishing attacks, and how MSPs can stay ahead of the next generation of threats.”

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