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FireEye’s Tom Topping: Threat Intelligence Could Help Agencies Defend Against Most Likely Attackers

Tom Topping, senior director of strategic programs at FireEye (Nasdaq: FEYE), has said threat intelligence and continuous visibility into their networks could allow agencies to focus their efforts and resources on adversaries that are most likely to attack them.

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Forescout’s Katherine Gronberg: Agencies Should Close Visibility Gap Linked to Nontraditional Endpoints

Katherine Gronberg, vice president of government affairs at Forescout Technologies (Nasdaq: FSCT), has said federal agencies should have better visibility of nontraditional endpoints within their information technology systems to help ensure network security.

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Recorded Future’s Allan Liska: Threat Intelligence, Machine Learning Could Help Agencies Address Cyber Risks

Allan Liska, an intelligence analyst at Somerville, Mass.-based network security firm Recorded Future, has said government agencies should leverage threat intelligence to help protect their systems and networks from cyber threats.

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Infoblox’s Chris Usserman: Agencies Should Manage Security Landscape With Automation

Chris Usserman, principal security architect at Infoblox, has said security professionals seeking to protect agency information technology systems from cyber vulnerabilities should adopt automation to help track activities within and outside their IT environments while ensuring their networks’ functionality.

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Exabeam’s Bill Aubin: Human Expertise, Machine Learning Could Help Agencies Fight Stealthy Adversaries

Bill Aubin, vice president of federal at Exabeam, has said government agencies seeking to counter threat actors working in stealth mode to exfiltrate data should use machine learning and the expertise of security professionals.

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