Tony Teo holds the position of Regional SE Director, Asia Pacific at Arbor Networks. Based in Singapore, his responsibilities include driving all of Arbor's technical operations, and assist sales force in developing new business opportunities in APAC region.
With over 16 years' experience in the ICT industry, Tony's areas of solution expertise include network security, application delivery and infrastructure management.
Prior to joining Arbor Networks, Tony had worked in HP, TippingPoint, Radware, F5 Networks and Motorola.
Tony graduated with a Computer Engineering Degree from the Nanyang Technological University (Singapore), and holds a Master Degree of Science in Electrical Engineering from the National University of Singapore.
Your Best New Approach Towards Stopping Orchestrated Attacks
Advanced Threats have evolved from advanced malware to highly orchestrated attacks by sophisticated human adversaries. Orchestrated attacks now represent one of the highest forms of enterprise risk from a board governance perspective. Traditional forms of security such as Firewall, IPS, SIEM are insufficient to defend against organized human adversaries using sophisticated combinations of tools and techniques across complex IT environments. As a result, security executives existing security risk control are built on outdated criticality / severity methodologies.
40% of advanced attacks in 2015 did not involve malware. The average dwell time of breaches is greater than 200 days and 60% of enterprises take longer than 3 days to investigate a critical security event.
In this session, we will talk about how security teams can have complete visibility into all past and present network activities and also achieve the following:
- See Global, orchestrated attacks in real-time across your entire network
- Search and surface anything within the network
- Investigate and prove threats on your network faster