Bit9 Free Webcast -- Closing the Mac Security Gap in your Enterprise

WALTHAM, Mass., Aug. 1, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Bit9, the leader in a new generation of endpoint and server security based on real-time visibility and protection, will present the free webcast "Closing the Mac Security Gap in your Enterprise" on Tuesday, August 6, 2013, at 1:00 p.m. EDT.

Mac laptops and desktops are more widely deployed in enterprises than ever before. In fact, experts estimate Macs comprise up to 10 percent of total business desktops/laptops, with continued growth expected. This growth, combined with the recent surge of attacks targeting Macs and the insufficient security solutions available on the market, has left organizations with a giant enterprise security gap.

This webcast will explain what enterprises can do to protect their Macs and close this security gap.

What: Free live webcast: "Closing the Mac Security Gap in your Enterprise"
Who Should Attend: IT security leaders who want to secure their Mac endpoints and servers with the same Visibility, Detection, Forensics and Protection that Bit9 delivers for Windows PCs
Presenter: Paul Riegle, Bit9 senior product manager
When: Tuesday, August 6, 2013 at 1:00 p.m. EDT
Where: Click here to register

Attendees will learn:

  • How recent attacks targeting Macs signal the 'end of days' for Mac 'security through obscurity'
  • Why the signature-based security tools available for Macs cannot effectively protect against advanced threats and zero-day attacks
  • What you can do to fully protect endpoints and servers running OS X

About Bit9

Bit9 leads a new generation of endpoint and server security based on real-time visibility and protection that stops cyber threats that evade traditional defenses Bit9's real-time sensor and recorder, real-time enforcement engine, and cloud-based services provide the most reliable form of endpoint and server security and deliver value within days of implementation. This combination gives organizations immediate visibility to everything running on their endpoints and servers; real-time signature-less detection of and protection against advanced threats; and a recorded history of all endpoint and server activity for deep forensics. Security teams use Bit9's integration with network security devices such as FireEye and Palo Alto Networks to accelerate incident response and ensure all files arriving on endpoints and servers are safe. Bit9 has stopped the most advanced attacks, including Flame, Gauss, and the malware responsible for the RSA breach. One thousand organizations worldwide—from 25 Fortune 100 companies to small businesses—use Bit9 to increase security, reduce operational costs, and improve compliance.