Code42 to Host Live Webinar on Accelerating Incident Response
Features best practices and technologies that can dramatically reduce the time it takes to investigate, respond to and recover from data security incidents
Minneapolis — Apr 19, 2018
Code42, a leading provider of information security solutions, today announced that it will host a live, complimentary webinar titled, "Accelerating Incident Response with Code42 Forensic File Search," on Wednesday, April 25, from 1-1:45 p.m. CDT. The webinar features best practices and technologies that security, IT and compliance professionals can use to dramatically reduce the time it takes to investigate, respond to and recover from data security incidents. Registration for the webinar is now open.
In the world of information security, no matter how prepared organizations are, there will be data loss incidents that cannot be prevented. Malware will attack endpoints; phishing scams will trigger unintentional responses; departing employees will download valuable data. The issue then becomes: how quickly can the business respond and recover? During the webinar, Code42 Product Marketing Manager Abhik Mitra will discuss how companies can significantly improve their detection and response times by adopting a product like Code42 Forensic File Search.
This informative webinar will specifically cover how to utilize Code42 Forensic File Search to:
- Quickly enable the multiple steps, teams and processes involved in investigating and responding to cyber threats;
- Effectively and efficiently recover from data loss incidents, reducing response times from days and weeks to mere seconds; and
- Continuously and silently report on file events and metadata across all endpoints for near real-time detection of threats - even when the endpoints are offline.
Code42 offers on-demand webinars on a variety of other data security topics, including: "3 Strategies to Protect Your Intellectual Property," "User Behavior Study Reveals Gaping Holes in Information Security" and "Inside Threat: The Evolving Nature of Attack Patterns."