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Intellitactics presents the second podcast in a series of 'First Person' podcasts that explore topics related to enterprise security management
RESTON, Va. -- Intellitactics presents the second podcast in a series of First Person podcasts that explore topics related to enterprise security management and feature experts in the areas of management, compliance, and security technology. Sunil Bhargava, Vice President of Product Management with Intellitactics, examines critical guidance from TowerGroup and offers pragmatic examples of companies winning the battle against fraud. Central to his guidance is how to tackle fraud using a layered approach of technology, people, policy, and process; and why a security information and event management solution is a crucial component of a holistic enterprise fraud management strategy.
Fraud continues to proliferate and will only get worse, explains Bhargava. Organizations need to take offensive measures by using technology that provides complete incident alert, automated risk analysis, and case management capabilities. Security information and event management solutions, like Intellitactics Security Manager, centralize all these fraud prevention efforts and deliver actionable results that allow organizations to take proactive action in preventing and re-mediating fraud.
WHAT: Podcast titled: Fraud Hits Where it Hurts Most The Bottom Line. The Best Defense A Strong Offense.
WHEN: The podcast will be available beginning April 10, 2007 at 9:00AM EDT.
WHERE: Please visit http://www.intellitactics.com/stopfraud to register for access to the podcast.
WHY: Attendees will learn:
Enterprise fraud defined the risk and the evolving enemy
Thinking like a fraudster moving beyond defensive strategies
The three Ps Policy, Process, People
Why do I need security information and event management (SIEM) in my arsenal?
How do I develop a fraud management game plan?
Best practices for preventing, detecting, reacting