In 2013, a dad in China hired gamers to kill his son within online video games so he would start looking for a job and get a life.
Sometimes, we need modern solutions to modern problems. And today, the catastrophic combination of hybrid working, expanded attack surfaces, rising security threats and increasingly sophisticated and disruptive attacks has created the ‘perfect storm’ of modern cybersecurity challenges.
IT teams are battling to protect a distributed user base, secure a mix of on-prem, SaaS and cloud-hosted applications, all while confronting a surge in the number of highly sophisticated dynamic threats that harness weaponized AI.
But, with traditional IT security tools simply not designed to deal with these modern threats, how can you protect your business?
Join Teneo’s Marc Sollars virtually as he discusses how you can shield your business from the perfect storm of cybersecurity by adopting a fresh, modern approach.
In this webinar, we’ll explore:
How AI is changing the game when it comes to secure connectivity
How by simplifying your security tool set you can enhance your defense posture
What you can do to minimize the impact in the event of a breach
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