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Topic: Attack Trends, the Need for Intelligence Integration and a Prevent-Based Security Posture
This presentation will review recent trends associated with malware, advanced threats and risky applications. It will also highlight security administrator views toward their ability to identify, analyze and prevent security breaches. The data points associated with these findings identify a clear need for information security intelligence that is rich in content and also actionable. Security administrators must be able to integrate intelligence into their security controls in near real-time to prevent evolving attacks. The session will also raise the need for security practitioners to consider switching their security postures from detect to prevent. 

Speaker: Avi Rembaum
Avi Rembaum is Check Point’s Director, 3D Security. He first joined Check Point in 2006 as Head of the Solution Center, and in 2009 he took on ownership of the company’s business relationships with the Tier-1 Telcos in North America. In his current capacity, Avi oversees Check Point’s incident response team and strategic consulting programs. He is also responsible for new programs, such as the global Financial Services Security Workgroup and critical infrastructure security initiative. Avi first began working in the information and network security industry in 1997, when he joined RADGUARD’s marketing team. He also held product management positions at RedCreek and SonicWALL. Prior to joining Check Point, Avi served as a practice manager in Getronics’ North American information security group, joining the global IT services firm following its acquisition of RedSiren.

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