For more webinars, click here: https://technology.ihs.com/EventsOVERVIEWWith all manner of connected devices making up the nearly infinite Internet of Things (IoT), destructive distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks like that used by the Mirai Io...
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With all manner of connected devices making up the nearly infinite Internet of Things (IoT), destructive distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks like that used by the Mirai IoT botnet are merely the tip of an unimaginably large iceberg. This webinar will look at potential or probable attacks hovering on the horizon, and what enterprises and service providers can do to prepare for the unknown.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Enterprise and service providers of all types (cloud, hosting, telecom, mobile, ISPs, etc.) involved in security technology. Also service buyers, CTO, CIO, CISO/CSO, security/network managers and engineers, financial analysts and the media.
KEY TOPICS FOR DISCUSSION
-The emergence of IoT-enabled DDoS attacks
-New attacks on the horizon
-Best practices for dealing with attacks at IoT scale
-Answers to audience questions during live Q&A
-Jeff Wilson, Senior Research Director and Advisor, Cybersecurity Technology, IHS Markit
-Tom Bienkowski, Director, Product Marketing, Arbor Networks
-Gary Sockrider, Principal Security Technologist, Arbor Networks
-Moderator: Allen Tatara, Manager, Webinar Events, IHS Markit