|[November 14, 2012]
Damballa CTO Keynotes 2012 API IT Security Conference for the Oil and Gas Industry
ATLANTA --(Business Wire)--
Damballa Inc., the experts in advanced threat protection, announced that
Gunter Ollmann, CTO for Damballa, is a keynote speaker at the 2012 API
IT Security Conference for the Oil and Gas Industry. The conference is
taking place November 13-14 in Houston. The full agenda can be found at: http://www.api.org/events-and-training/calendar-of-events/2012-events/cybersecurity-7.aspx.
Ollmann's presentation is titled "Anatomy of a Targeted Intrusion (News - Alert)."
Advanced malware breaches are dominating today's headlines. In his
session, Ollmann discusses the anatomy of a modern targeted intrusion
and the organizations that support them. Ollmann's session discusses the
specifics of how an espionage professional will engage and navigate
industrial networks once access has been purchased from an everyday
malware attack. He also discusses how these professionals navigate the
network undetected, leave false trails and employ non-malware tools that
ensure they can both retain perpetual access to the network and leapfrog
to other networks as they choose.
Cybersecurity�is critical to the infrastructure of the oil and natural
gas industry, and this conference reflects on the latest issues and
strategies to enhance operations. With its theme of "Protecting
America's Energy through Cybersecurity," this conference provides an
excellent opportunity to network with cybersecurity professionals and to
candidly share ideas and to discuss the challenges facing the industry.
The sessions, essential to cybersecurity, are chosen and presented by
recognized experts in the field.
About Damballa - Damballa is the recognized expert in advanced
threat protection, identifying unknown and hidden threats long before
traditional security solutions. Damballa identifies criminal network
behavior on any network-connected device by monitoring communications
and correlating all evidence. Patent-pending solutions from Damballa
detect and terminate criminal activity, stopping data theft and
providing the forensics needed to expedite incident response and
remediation. Damballa protects any type of server or endpoint device
including PCs, Macs, Unix, iOS, Android (News - Alert) and embedded systems across
corporate, ISP and telco networks. Damballa protects more than 200
million endpoints worldwide at mid-size and large enterprises in every
major market. Privately held, Damballa is headquartered in Atlanta. http://www.damballa.com
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