Prevention: The Strategic Element in Your Security Stack

  • Date 06 Jun 2019

Prevention: The Strategic Element in Your Security Stack

06 Jun 2019, 12:40 - 13:05

Technology Showcase

Security architecture can be broken down into three main elements: Prevention, detection and remediation. Prevention can be considered the most strategically important defense element, dramatically reducing risks and operational costs of the security structure as a whole. As advanced threats evolve and data centre transformation forces enterprise teams to consolidate security, the need for faster, easier and more deterministic threat prevention is essential and requires a purpose-built set of capabilities that isn't available in a singular off-the-shelf solution. This session presents a strategic protection model that leverages moving target defence technology to prevent a larger volume of advanced threats and unknown attacks.

Learning Outcomes:

  1. A technical explanation of moving target defence and how it works from a deterministic threat prevention standpoint.
  2. Trends in advanced attacks and exploits and how moving target defense aligns with these trends.
  3. Ways to protect against the ‘unknown unknowns’ and against future attacks using moving target defence.
  4. How moving target defence can be used to reduce risk without increasing security and IT complexity. 
  5. Unpack how this new, disruptive security model enables security teams to build a powerful, cost-effective defence against the most relevant threats.



  • Jorrit van Eijk


    Senior PreSales Consultant


    Jorrit van Eijk has more than 20 years of experience in IT in mainly end-point security and optimization. It is precisely this end-point knowledge...

Business Issues covered

  1. What will this session help you to do?
    • Select best fit products and solutions from the wide selection of vendors and products available‎
    • Understand internal and external threats and keep a business secure‎




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