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Thursday, April 26 • 15:00 - 15:45
Advanced Attackers Hiding Inside Encrypted Traffic at the Endpoint

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Advanced attackers are always looking for ways to stay hidden. The growing use of traffic encryption — over 50% of Web traffic today is encrypted — provides a simple trick for attackers to hide their threats and communications channels. Exploit kits, malware, adware, callbacks, as well as command & control channels leverage encrypted communications to infiltrate organizations and exfiltrate information. 
Look into encrypted traffic, without the need for a proxy or additional agents and ensure full coverage of threats hiding within covert channels. SentinelOne extends EPP capabilities to provide an integrated workflow from visibility & detection to response & remediation. The single agent, single console architecture provides deployment simplicity and operational agility to improve productivity and minimize business impact of threats.
In this session:
- Explore and expose threats hiding inside encrypted traffic at the endpoint
- Discover Autonomous Detection and Response to formerly “unseeable” threats
- Live Attack Demonstration, Investigation and Remediation

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Jared Phipps

Vice President of Worldwide Sales Engineering, SentinelOne
Jared Phipps has been involved in cybersecurity professionally since 2001, and is passionate not only about technology, but also with effective use of technology to solve real problems. Jared is the Vice President of Worldwide Sales Engineering at SentinelOne, where he gets to use... Read More →

Thursday April 26, 2018 15:00 - 15:45 ADT
Track 3 - Room A2