How Does The New Cyber Attack Landscape Affect Your Business?

Proactive Continuity & Guarding Against Business Degradation


This webinar will take place on:
October 21, 2020
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM EDT

In the wake of the pandemic and the associated lockdown, companies and customers have had to move online. Online purchases have grown astronomically and that behavior may be here to stay.  To make matters more complex, Internet traffic is way up, and attacks have, of course, followed suit.

Proactive Continuity & Guarding Against Business Degradation

A new Neustar report shows that there have been over 2.5 times as many attacks in the first half of 2020 as the same period in 2019. More than straightforward cyber security is at stake. If your customer-facing website does not perform, customers won’t think twice about switching to another site. 

If a DDoS attack is making your site run slowly, you may lose business that you won’t get back. So, what does a company need to know to simultaneously maintain efficiency, protect web assets and grow their online presence?

Find out by attending, "How Does The New Cyber Attack Landscape Affect Your Business?"

Walk away realizing

  • Built-in connection protocols that seem “tailor-made” for exploitation in DDoS attacks
  • New amplification vectors, including one around recursive DNS
  • The explosion of IoT devices that fuel the growth of botnets
  • And more

Presenters:

Michael Kaczmarek
Vice President, Product Management
Neustar

Michael Kaczmarek heads product management for Neustar’s Security Solutions business unit. He is responsible for evangelizing the vision, strategies, and tactics for the successful launch and expansion of products into new and existing markets. 

 

Prior to joining Neustar, Michael was with Verisign for more than 18 years where he served in various capacities including VP of product management and marketing for Verisign Security Services. Prior to joining Verisign, Michael was a systems engineering manager for Lockheed Martin in charge of their Solid Rocket Motor Disposition in Russia Program. 

 

Michael holds a Bachelor of Science in aerospace engineering from the University of Maryland and a Master of Engineering in environmental engineering from Johns Hopkins University. 

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