The Threat Landscape for Small and Midsize EnterprisesDell's Brett Hansen on Moving Beyond Legacy Strategies
In addition to an overreliance on anti-virus and anti-malware tools, small and midsize enterprises lack the resources or expertise to catch new and sophisticated forms of attacks, says Brett Hansen of Dell, who offers strategic insights.
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"The good news is AVM technology has improved and we're seeing much higher efficacy at stopping malware-based threats," he says. "The challenge is the the adversaries are also evolving, and so as much as two-thirds of attacks today are non-malware based."
In a video interview with Information Security Media Group at RSA Conference 2019 in San Francisco, Hansen discusses:
- How the security strategies of small and midsize enterprises need to evolve;
- Moving beyond and AV/AM-driven security strategy;
- Using automation and best-of-breed technologies to secure the endpoint.
Hansen is vice president and general manager, client software and security solutions, at Dell. He has more than 15 years of experience leading business development and channel functions in the software industry.