Trend Micro Incorporated (TYO: 4704; TSE: 4704), a global leader insecurity software, today announced it will participate as a Diamondsponsor at IBM Interconnect, Feb. 22-26 in Las Vegas. Trend Micro executives, as well as joint IBM and Trend Micro customer, University of New Brunswick, will speak in multiple sessions during the conference, providing audiences with insights on breach detection and protection against targeted attacks.
Attendees will benefit from live demos featuring Trend Micro™ Deep Discovery’s integration with IBM security technologies at Trend Micro display D1, as well as hear a customer case study first-hand. Sessions include:
“To Catch a Thief: Detect and Defend Your Network from Targeted Attacks in Real Time”
Bob Corson, director, solution marketing, Trend Micro
Monday, Feb. 23, 12:15-1:15 p.m. – Mandalay Bay, Lagoon F
Tuesday, Feb. 24, 9:30-10:30 a.m. – Mandalay Bay, Lagoon E
As tactics and techniques behind targeted attacks and advanced threats continue to evolve, having a flexible line of defense is crucial. To do so, leading organizations are enhancing their security posture with the ability to detect and respond to advanced malware, zero-day exploits and attacker behavior that is behind targeted attacks. This presentation will review the major requirements and capabilities needed for a strong cyber-defense against targeted attacks and how IBM® Security Network Intrusion Prevention System appliances, IBM Security Qradar SIEM and Trend Micro security products work together to provide a real-time defense.
“Five Things You Must Know About Advanced Threats and Targeted Attacks”
Wendy Bisssonnette, product marketing manager, Trend Micro
Monday, Feb. 23, 12:00-12:20 p.m. – Solutions EXPO Theater
Wednesday, Feb. 25, 5:00-5:20 p.m. – Solutions EXPO Theater
Description: During 2014, there was an ongoing cascade of significant data breaches as a result of targeted attacks. Some of the largest organizations in the U.S., including Target, JP Morgan, Home Depot, The United States Post Office, and most recently, Sony Pictures, have had sensitive data, intellectual property and communications stolen. This session briefly defines what targeted attacks are; how they are designed and executed; and illustrates how custom attacks need a custom defense. A 360-degree approach for detecting and thwarting targeted attacks is in the best interest of organizations.
“The University of New Brunswick’s Intelligent Approach Against Malicious Threats”
David Shipley, director of strategic initiatives, Information Technology Services, University of New Brunswick
Monday, Feb. 23, 11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. – Mandalay Bay, Lagoon K
Sophisticated attempts to access IP and advanced DDoS attacks combined with an environment encouraging open information exchange make university networks some of the most complex to defend. It is a herculean task to fight today’s Advanced Persistent Threats (APT’s) that can destroy an organization’s environment, brand and business. What if you could create a system that acts the same way our body’s immune system does to combat the onslaught of malicious viruses? Learn how the University of New Brunswick (UNB) has developed a smarter security network by combining IBM QRadar and Trend Micro’s Deep Discovery to correlate captured big data and identify correlations to fight the malicious attacks, and respond in real-time.