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Threat Hunting: Going After The Big Game

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It's Jian Zhen's turn at the News Desk, as the senior VP of product for Endgame discusses the company's automated hunting platform for detecting and evicting event adversaries. It doesn't require a trip to the jungle: Endgame has added pre-exploit detection, malware scoring, and automated investigation to its services. We also discuss HaaS (Hunting as a Service), which is a managed service for organizations that lack the security talent to detect threats before they happen.

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7/19/2017 | 4:03:52 PM
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2/21/2017 | 10:05:29 AM
Good video
Very interesting video, thank you so much
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