eSeminar: Next-generation endpoint security increases user productivity while reducing risk
Attending this eSeminar is essential for any IT professional struggling to overcome the headaches of traditional endpoint security—from painfully slow scans to unacceptably high threat exposure. This event brings together an industry expert and an IT manager who did it.
Frost & Sullivan’s Stratecast analyst, Michael Suby, will present new research on how cloud-based endpoint security solutions overcome many of the pain points of an aging signature-based model.
Ty Smith, IT administrator of offshore engineering firm Doris, Inc., will then detail how moving to a next-generation solution gave back hundreds of hours to both PC users and IT staff—while improving threat protection. Finally, Webroot’s Patrick Kennedy will show you Doris' next-generation solution in action.
Vice President of Research, Stratecast practice,
Frost & Sullivan North America
Michael Suby oversees the business operations of Stratecast and its research direction. As an analyst, he contributes to the research themes of Stratecast's Business Communication Services analysis program with a concentration in Secure Networking. Michael's Secure Networking analysis is centered on the technologies, products, and services designed to improve the security of enterprise networks, their business and consumer-facing applications, and sensitive data at rest, in use, and in motion.
Customer Presenter: Ty Smith
IT Administrator, Doris, Inc.
Doris is an offshore engineering and project management firm based in Houston, Texas. IT Administrator, Ty Smith, is responsible for keeping Doris' computers free of malware so that important drilling projects can continue on time and on budget.
Vice President, Product and Segment Marketing,
As a veteran of several global technology leaders such as Intuit, 3Com, and Symantec, Patrick has been responsible for the market introduction of multiple high-profile products, including Webroot SecureAnywhere and Norton Internet Security.
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"The traditional approach of signature-based anti-malware software has been showing its age."
VP of Research, Frost & Sullivan
Topics covered include:
- How recent major innovations in endpoint security eliminate the headaches associated with signature updates
- Why a traditional, signature-based, approach can leave your users exposed
- How to end complaints about slow security scans and lost productivity
- Ensuring your endpoint security is always up to date, even outside the firewall
- Evaluation criteria for moving to next-generation threat protection