SOURCE: BreakingPoint Systems

Cyber Security Simulation

December 09, 2009 10:45 ET

Five Keys for Hardening Security Against Increasingly Sophisticated Evasions

Free Webcast Featuring BreakingPoint Security Research Team

AUSTIN, TX--(Marketwire - December 9, 2009) - BreakingPoint Systems announced today that registration is open for a free webcast, "Harden Security Devices Against Increasingly Sophisticated Evasions," featuring prominent BreakingPoint security researchers. The webcast will be held on Dec. 16, 2009.

Register now to attend "Harden Security Devices Against Increasingly Sophisticated Evasions."

Evasions and obfuscation techniques separate the vandal from the professional hacker intent on stealing sensitive data or crippling networks. Evasions are used to bypass security measures on every type of device. How can security professionals be 100 percent confident that an IPS, a firewall and other security devices will detect increasingly sophisticated evasions?

A new BreakingPoint webcast will feature prominent security researchers who will provide a comprehensive briefing on strike evasions. Webcast participants will get up-to-the-minute details on the latest evasions seen in the wild, learn the proper ways to test for evasion resistance and discover how to better detect evasions. Participants will also receive five essential tips for protecting networks against cybercriminals who are proficient in sophisticated evasion techniques.

Register now for the BreakingPoint webcast "Harden Security Devices Against Increasingly Sophisticated Evasions."

Webcast Details
Date: Dec. 16, 2009
Time: 2 p.m. CST

BreakingPoint Speakers
Dennis Cox, Chief Technology Officer
Todd Manning, Protocol and Security Researcher
Dustin D. Trammell, Protocol and Security Researcher

About BreakingPoint Systems

Engineered for realism, responsiveness and performance, BreakingPoint products feature a network processor-based cybersimulation engine that accelerates blended application traffic, security attacks and user load to unprecedented levels. With a multilayer product architecture and a team of the industry's foremost application and security experts, BreakingPoint products evolve and adapt rapidly to changing market demands. BreakingPoint is headquartered in Austin, Texas, with offices around the world. For more information, visit and download the latest test methodologies for firewall testing, IPS testing, server load balancer testing and more.

Contact Information

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    Kyle Flaherty
    BreakingPoint Systems
    (512) 821-6059
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