ISSA-LA November Lunch Meeting
Wednesday, November 20, 2013 from 11:30 AM to 1:45 PM (PST)
Description: ISSA-LA October Lunch Meeting
Meeting Date: November 20, 2013 - 11:30 a.m. to 1:45 p.m.
Topic: Using Hackers' Own Methods & Tools to Defeat Persistent Adversaries
Speakers: Michael Davis, Chief Technology Officer
With operations in the United States, Europe and Asia-Pacific, Wontok brings proven remote access and endpoint security solutions to market. With the company’s flagship technology, Wontok SafeCentral, banks can have confidence that their customers’ online transactions are secure and their data is safe.
SafeCentral challenges the industry paradigm that malware filtering, a security standard that has served businesses unsuccessfully for decades, is enough protection. The secure-session technology creates a safe desktop and browser on client PCs, locking out and rendering data-stealing malware inoperable while allowing secure access to hosted virtual desktops and applications. SafeCentral protects data in use, including authentication credentials, web session tokens, account numbers, account balances and other information that moves through the web channel, is presented in the web browser and stored on disk during and between web sessions. SafeCentral adds depth to defenses and is complementary to other security offerings such as AV, firewall and encryption.
Wontok Blog: http://www.wontok.com/blog.aspx
Wontok | LinkedIn: http://linkd.in/1hZrjk1
Registration: Register early online before the Monday prior to the event, and get a $10 discount!
ISSA-LA Members & Members of other ISSA chapters, OWASP, ISC2, CSA & Students: $20
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No! If you have registered and paid, your name will be included on our check-in list.
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