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Fri Dec 14 16:23:26 CST 2012

From: Jennifer Michaels (
To: [redacted]
Date: Wed, 14 Nov 2012 12:49:15 -0500
Subject: Webinar: Defending Against Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs)

Good Morning Jared,

I want to invite you to an educational webinar on defending against
Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs).

Proficio CEO, Brad Taylor, will provide an inside look into how IT
departments are successfully detecting and preventing Advanced Persistent
Threats with managed Security Operations Center services (SOCs).

Registration is available now at

As you know, APTs are methodical, customized, and wide-ranging attacks
that target high value assets in your organization. Sophisticated,
well-funded hacking groups purchase the same security products you use to
discover how to evade their security controls and alerts.

APTs are targeted and inherently dynamic and we will show you how to
analyze multiple log and event sources through cross-device and
functional correlation so you can find the real threats in the sea of

?You will learn why are APTs are evasive and the role of the following
technologies in identifying them:

   ? Advanced Event Correlation?
   ? User and Asset Classification?
   ? Anomaly Detection? 
   ? Reputation Service utilizing ArcOSI in combination with Bad
   ? Endpoint Security

Register Here:

Jennifer Michaels | Marketing Manager | Proficio Inc.
(800) 779-5042 | | Irvine, CA[..][..]

16390 Bake Parkway, Suite 100
Irvine, CA 92618

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