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7 Elements Of Modern Endpoint Security
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kshaurette
kshaurette,
User Rank: Strategist
11/2/2015 | 9:31:25 AM
User Activity and Behavior Monitoring
Has anyone looked into the smaller company out of Wisconsin called Sergeant Laboratories, www.sgtlabs.com.  They've recently been making a claim to be able to provide a level of behavior monitoronig that other solutions don't do.  I"ve worked with their product in the past in a former life implementing it in schools, governmennt and a couple banks.  Back then it was really strong for forensics and tracking activity, but I hear from a recent confernece the've really changed the arcitecture to offer a much more robust tracking and was wondering if any others had seen or experience this to refute or confirm the claims.
wkupersa
wkupersa,
User Rank: Apprentice
11/2/2015 | 10:22:01 PM
Post-exploit
n important differentiator of these tools versus traditional tools like AV is that these tools can see post-exploit behavior and that is where we are traditionally blind. Our traditional tools focus on the exploit. A motivated adversary will eventually find a way in. We haven't had tools that collect the data required to differentiate a malicious attacker from a benign administrator. These types of tools have the potential to give us useful insight into the intention of actions taken on our end point devices.
Gebildete
Gebildete,
User Rank: Apprentice
11/9/2015 | 4:58:17 AM
Testing.
It's only time of the question how can we secure our data. I always test all the apps on the konstruktor. The ASAP bugs are connected with the security. What can we do to protest ourselves? We can work not fast but efficiently.  
MikkoK496
MikkoK496,
User Rank: Apprentice
11/18/2015 | 8:33:27 AM
#8
Encryption & Wiping?


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