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In Brief: Using Offense To Create Best Defense

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SPONSORED: Mike Viscuso, CTO of Carbon Black, and Ben Johnson, Chief Security Strategist of Carbon Black talk to Brian Gilloly at the RSA Conference about how their background in offensive security helps them think like attackers, and better defend against them. For the full interview, see here.

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