Carlsbad, CA (PRWEB) March 04, 2013
ThreatSTOP, Inc. CEO and Founder, Tom Byrnes, will present “The Evolution of the Cyber Battlefield” to the technology association of Louisville Kentucky, The public meeting will be held on March 5th from 4:00 to 7:00 PM in the Brown-Forman Playroom, 626 W. Main St., Louisville, KY. More information can be found here: http://www.talklou.com/liferay/talk-launch-event
Tom will explore the evolution of cybercrime over the past year and the three key cyber security threats to pay attention to in 2013. Defending against new threats requires evolving the current reactive mindset to a proactive one. Tom will suggest implementing continuous monitoring throughout the network by building on existing security tools and practices using cloud intelligence. He will offer a framework for developing a proactive plan to mitigate these new and evolving threats that include criminal organizations and nation-state actors.
Tom’s presentation will be taken from his four part webinar series, ThreatSTOP’s “The Art of Cyber Security Series.” This four-part online seminar series highlights the evolution of cyber crime over the past year, the three key cyber security threats for 2013, and the framework for developing a proactive plan to mitigate these threats.
ThreatSTOP is a real-time IP Reputation Service that automatically delivers a block list against criminal malware (botnets, Trojans, worms etc.) directly to a user's firewalls, so they can enforce it. It is a cloud-based service that protects the user's network against the most serious information security problem today—malware designed to steal valuable data perpetrated by organized criminals. ThreatSTOP enables existing hardware and network infrastructure to enforce user defined malware blocking policy without requiring the expense, complexity and time of a forklift upgrade of new equipment. It can be deployed within the hour with simple rule-settings or a script on the user's firewall. Founded in 2009, ThreatSTOP is headquartered in San Diego, CA. For more information, visit http://www.threatstop.com.