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Network traffic analysis: Why you need it and 6 capabilities you can’t live with

Join us to hear from Jon Oltsik, Principal Analyst at Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG) about why NTA should be a core component of your security strategy, and what capabilities to look for. He’ll be joined by Bryan Doerr, Product Manager, Cisco Stealthwatch who will describe how to gain network-wide visibility, from on-premises to the cloud.

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Sponsored by: Cisco

Network traffic analysis: Why you need it and 6 capabilities you can’t live with

Your network is becoming increasingly complex, with different types of devices, users and applications connecting from various locations. Attackers are exploiting this complexity to compromise your organization without you even knowing it! So how can you detect such threats?

Because every threat touches the network, Network Traffic Analysis (NTA) solutions that provide visibility into the behavior of every user and device on your network are becoming more popular. The best NTA solutions use advanced analytics to detect anomalies and correlate them to malicious events, so you can prevent security incidents from turning into a major breach.

Join us to hear from Jon Oltsik, Principal Analyst at Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG) about why NTA should be a core component of your security strategy, and what capabilities to look for. He’ll be joined by Bryan Doerr, Product Manager, Cisco Stealthwatch who will describe how to gain network-wide visibility, from on-premises to the cloud.

Vendor Webcast

Fire your firewall for better segmentation

Join us and Illumio’s Dan Gould to learn about segmentation innovation that’s faster, simpler, more reliable – and cloud and DevOps-friendly. All without re-architecting the network or slowing it down with firewalls

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Sponsored by: Illumio

Fire your firewall for better segmentation

Join us and Illumio’s Dan Gould to learn about segmentation innovation that’s faster, simpler, more reliable – and cloud and DevOps-friendly. All without re-architecting the network or slowing it down with firewalls

Vendor Webcast

Security Fundamentals: Threat Detection & Response 101

In this webcast, the Rapid7 team will discuss key considerations for threat detection and response in modern environments that span on-premise and cloud infrastructures.

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Sponsored by: Rapid7

Security Fundamentals: Threat Detection & Response 101

As more organizations start migrating to the cloud, security teams are discovering that while security best practices remain the same, cloud environments present some unique challenges that demand new approaches. To successfully manage risk in cloud environments, today’s security teams need to be able to quickly detect and remediate threats. If your organization is already fully utilizing the cloud, or just beginning the migration, this webcast will help to make sure you’re set up for success. 

In this webcast, the Rapid7 team will discuss key considerations for threat detection and response in modern environments that span on-premise and cloud infrastructures.

Discussion topics will include:

  • What’s the same—and what’s different—about on-premises and cloud threat detection?
  • How can frameworks, like MITRE ATT&CK, help teams decide where to start?
  • Where do traditional threat detection and response programs fail in the cloud?

Vendor Webcast

Are you a target? New research on threats

Which threats are trending in 2019? Join us for this webcast to find out. Plus, you’ll also learn how to leverage threat intelligence to answer these pressing questions:

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Sponsored by: Cisco

Are you a target? New research on threats

What separates attack targets from attack victims? The answer is simple: proactive threat intelligence.
 
With emerging threats like Emotet, pervasive phishing, and relentless ransomware attacks on rise, responding to attacks when they happen is not enough. Security teams need to be able to proactively uncover and identify threats before they happen.
 
Which threats are trending in 2019? Join us for this webcast to find out. Plus, you’ll also learn how to leverage threat intelligence to answer these pressing questions:

  • Where do we focus our attention to improve detection and response times?
  • Which threats favor which industries?
  • Which tactics can identify emergent threats more quickly? 


You can take simple steps to improve threat detection and prevent your organization from becoming the next cyber security victim

Vendor Webcast

Scary Vulnerabilities and Spooky Stats: The State of Software Security (SOSS) Volume 10

To commemorate the chilling 10th volume of Veracode’s flagship report, the State of Software Security (SOSS), we invite you to join this upcoming webinar featuring Chris Wysopal, CTO and co-founder of Veracode.

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Sponsored by: Veracode

Scary Vulnerabilities and Spooky Stats: The State of Software Security (SOSS) Volume 10

To commemorate the chilling 10th volume of Veracode’s flagship report, the State of Software Security (SOSS), we invite you to join this upcoming webinar featuring Chris Wysopal, CTO and co-founder of Veracode.

Chris will share how the evolution of this report over the past 10 years demonstrates the frighteningly rapid change and growth in the application security industry, and also what has remained horrifyingly the same. In addition, he’ll take a less-scary look at the AppSec landscape and examine the best practices that are leading to some stellar fix rates.
 

During this webinar, Chris will share insights into this year’s key findings including:

 

  • The prevalence of security debt as a result of not addressing and fixing older findings from scans
  • The impact of scan frequency and cadence on time to remediation, fix rates, and level of security debt
  • The importance of prioritizing vulnerabilities based on risk severity rather than on time of discovery

Vendor Webcast

Building an effective security awareness program

Join our webcast as we examine what it means to have and how to build an effective security awareness program. In this session, we’ll discuss:

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Sponsored by: Proofpoint

Building an effective security awareness program

Implementing and sustaining a successful security awareness program can be a daunting task. Without formal policies and frameworks, many organizations are shooting in the dark when it comes to determining how often to phish and train while managing stakeholder expectations. So what can you do to help your end users better protect themselves?

 

Join our webcast as we examine what it means to have and how to build an effective security awareness program. In this session, we’ll discuss:

 

– Proven best practices for increasing the effectiveness of cybersecurity education

– How to build a culture of security within your organization

– Actionable guidance on executing security awareness & training initiatives that deliver measurable results

DemoCast webcast

How to operationalize your vendor risk management program

In this webcast, we’ll help you understand the best practices to create efficiencies and mature your Vendor Risk Management processes by identifying pain points and solutions through automation, and roping in the key stakeholders that are needed to provide support when maturing your VRM program.

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Sponsored by: SecurityScorecard

How to operationalize your vendor risk management program

In this digital age, organizations are increasingly outsourcing critical business processes to third parties. While this increases operational efficiencies, organizations might be putting their critical data at risk, further confirming the need to adopt a Vendor Risk Management program.  

 

As VRM processes are evolving at a rapid pace, the need to balance efficiency, compliance, and risk is challenging teams now more than ever. Whether an organization has a vendor or third party risk management (TPRM) program that is heavily manual with Excel, SharePoint, Email, etc., a semi-automated workflow or a fully-integrated TPRM program – there are paths to optimizing TPRM programs. 

 Join us for this webcast to: 

-Understand the best practices to create efficiencies and mature your processes. 
Identify the pain points and solutions through automation from basic to advanced. 
-Rope in the needed stakeholders to provide the support needed to mature the program. 

Vendor Webcast

Gearing up for 2020: Best practices to secure your remote workers

 Join us for this webcast to learn how you can improve security, simplify your security environment, and reduce the number of security tools to reduce strain on your limited resources. 

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Sponsored by: Cisco

Gearing up for 2020: Best practices to secure your remote workers

Today’s workplaces are changing. More organizations are switching to direct internet access (DIA) at satellite offices. Users are embracing cloud apps, skipping the VPN, and enjoying the freedom to work from anywhere. But the draw of DIA creates even more gaps in security for IT.  

Security needs to evolve to secure DIA and mobile users, remote workers, and SaaS apps. With 2020 on the horizon, organizations need a better way to see and control all internet traffic. 

Join us for this webcast to learn how you can improve security, simplify your security environment, and reduce the number of security tools to reduce strain on your limited resources. 

ON-DEMAND WEBCASTS

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Redefining privileged access management for agile cloud environments

In this webcast we’ll talk about moving from heavy-handed access control to lightweight, agile access guardrails that are built specifically for DevOps.

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Sponsored by: CMD

Redefining privileged access management for agile cloud environments

Managing privileged access inside cloud environments is completely different from the corporate environment. We love Linux because it’s so fast to build and deploy web apps, but the minute you want to put any kind of centralized security or control over that environment, you risk running DevOps into the ground.

The fact is, DevOps needs elevated access like root and sudo to deploy code and fix issues as quickly as possible. However, we also need a centralized way to manage that access so security policies are enforced on sprawling cloud hosts/containers.

In this webcast we’ll talk about moving from heavy-handed access control to lightweight, agile access guardrails that are built specifically for DevOps.

Learn how to implement:

  • Real-time user session monitoring for visibility and audit/compliance
  • Just-in-time access approvals and pre-execution blocks using 2FA or Slack/Teams

  • Threat detection and alerting for Linux based attack vectors

  • Identity-based policy for shared accounts and root-access users

Vendor Webcast

2019 Phishing by industry benchmarking

In this webcast, research from KnowBe4 highlights employee Phish-prone™ percentages by industry, revealing at-risk users that are susceptible to phishing or social engineering attacks. Taking it a step further, the research also reveals radical drops in careless clicking after 90 days and 12 months of new-school security awareness training.

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Sponsored by: KnowBe4

2019 Phishing by industry benchmarking

As a security leader, you’re faced with a tough choice. Even as you increase your budget for sophisticated security software, your exposure to cybercrime keeps going up!
IT security seems to be a race between effective technology and clever attack methods. However, there’s an often overlooked security layer that can significantly reduce your organization’s attack surface: New-school security awareness training.

Join Joanna Huisman, KnowBe4’s Senior Vice President of Strategic Insights and Research, for a review of the 2019 Phishing Industry Benchmarking Study, a data set of nearly nine million users across 18,000 organizations with over 20 million simulated phishing security tests.

In this webcast, research from KnowBe4 highlights employee Phish-prone™ percentages by industry, revealing at-risk users that are susceptible to phishing or social engineering attacks.  Taking it a step further, the research also reveals radical drops in careless clicking after 90 days and 12 months of new-school security awareness training.

Do you know how your organization compares to your peers of similar size? Attend this webcast to find out!

You will learn more about:

  • New phishing benchmark data for 19 industries
  • Understanding who’s at risk and what you can do about it
  • Actionable tips to create your “human firewall”
  • The value of new-school security awareness training
Vendor Webcast

5 Tips for a Smooth SD-WAN Rollout that Includes Cloud Security to Reduce Costs and Increase Speeds

This webcast will focus on how to successfully pair cloud security with SD-WAN to create direct Internet breakouts from branch offices for lower costs and faster Internet speeds. The tips will show you how to reduce the load on SD-WAN private links so that the overall costs for a SD-WAN rollout are reduced by lowering the burden on SD-WAN equipment and firewalls.

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Sponsored by: iboss

5 Tips for a Smooth SD-WAN Rollout that Includes Cloud Security to Reduce Costs and Increase Speeds

SD-WAN provides a great strategy for connecting offices over commodity Internet connections.  This reduces MPLS costs and provides a software-defined capability to intelligently route traffic between branch office locations. This is critical as bandwidth is increasing exponentially by the day.
 
However, most of the increased traffic is for cloud applications, not for servers sitting at offices.

 This webcast will focus on how to successfully pair cloud security with SD-WAN to create direct Internet breakouts from branch offices for lower costs and faster Internet speeds. The tips will show you how to reduce the load on SD-WAN private links so that the overall costs for a SD-WAN rollout are reduced by lowering the burden on SD-WAN equipment and firewalls.

 
The webcast will also show how to configure an SD-WAN direct Internet breakout from a branch office using tunnels to a cloud security provider.

20/20 webcast

Automating the cloud

In this 20/20 webcast we look at orchestration and automation — how today’s CISO can prevent attacks to cloud-based data by automating individual tasks, but also automating multiple tasks at once.

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Sponsored by: Rapid7

Automating the cloud

Security in the cloud isn’t quite the same as security on-prem. Cloud-based security requires greater automation than does on-prem because the infosec team doesn’t have hands-on access to the boxes themselves.

But it’s more than that — our growing dependence on the cloud is making processes more complex and challenging. Automation is more than simply finding newer and better ways to keep your data from being infected by malware — it also includes everything from incident response to risk management to threat intelligence.

 In this 20/20 webcast we look at orchestration and automation — how today’s CISO can prevent attacks to cloud-based data by automating individual tasks, but also automating multiple tasks at once.

DemoCast webcast

Shifting security right: Know what you own

There are a number of reasons unknown or unlogged web applications continue to live in portfolios- including M&A activity resulting in acquired web assets, and the proliferation of the digital landscape with marketing promotional sites. Ultimately, the very thing meant to draw attention to your brand and boost your bottom line is the same target attackers go after to infiltrate your organization.

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Sponsored by: Veracode

Shifting security right: Know what you own

It is more common than you would imagine that organizations and brands have more web applications than they realize – as many as 30 percent more than previously known in some cases.

Hear from Bipin Mistry, Director of Product Management at Veracode who will provide examples of how his team has worked with customers to uncover these hidden applications. For example, during one project for a high street bank in the UK, the team discovered 1,800 websites that had yet to be logged!

There are a number of reasons unknown or unlogged web applications continue to live in portfolios- including M&A activity resulting in acquired web assets, and the proliferation of the digital landscape with marketing promotional sites. Ultimately, the very thing meant to draw attention to your brand and boost your bottom line is the same target attackers go after to infiltrate your organization.

Join this session to learn how to uncover unknown web applications in your portfolio to ensure their security from cyber attackers.

Vendor Webcast

Transforming your security operation center into a modernized cyber battle station

The Security Operation Center or SOC has historically played the important role as the ‘command and control’ hub for an organization’s cyber security efforts. However, the reactive SOC of yester-year cannot keep up with today’s advanced adversaries and is failing to keep organizations safe from unknown cyber threats. This must change.

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Sponsored by: SecureWorks

Transforming your security operation center into a modernized cyber battle station

The Security Operation Center or SOC has historically played the important role as the ‘command and control’ hub for an organization’s cyber security efforts. However, the reactive SOC of yester-year cannot keep up with today’s advanced adversaries and is failing to keep organizations safe from unknown cyber threats. This must change.
 
To combat this ever-changing threat, Secureworks is leading a transformative movement to re-imagine a new, proactive SOC where faster, more precise intelligence for proactive threat hunting and automated remediation are realized.
 
Data science applied to vendor-inclusive data, multi-device telemetry, and world-class threat intelligence is the only way to transform security operations to outpace and outmaneuver the adversary and become a modernized cyber battle station for a global force of defenders.

What you will learn:

  • The definition of the SOC of the Future and the requirements available today to build it.
  • How Human-Machine intelligence, Artificial Intelligence and Advance Analytic Software give organizations an enduring advantage over the adversary.
  • Emerging analytics tools, real world use cases and software-driven solutions that are transforming the way security teams detect, investigate, and respond to unknown threats across endpoints, networks, and the cloud.
Vendor Webcast

Next-level SecOps with UEBA and MITRE ATT&CK

In this webinar, special guest Joseph Blankenship of Forrester Research will join Stephan Jou, CTO at Interset, a Micro Focus company, to explore how to use the information in the MITRE ATT&CK database to plan out and create metrics for your SecOps strategy.

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Sponsored by: Interset

Next-level SecOps with UEBA and MITRE ATT&CK
Effective security operations (SecOps) requires staying ahead of quickly and constantly changing threats. MITRE ATT&CK—a living knowledge database of real-world threat tactics and techniques—can give your security team detailed information on data sources, examples, mitigation, and detection that can inform threat detection powered by user and entity behavioral analytics (UEBA). Together, ATT&CK and UEBA can connect the dots between unusual activity inside your enterprise and real, actionable security threats.

In this webinar, special guest Joseph Blankenship of Forrester Research will join Stephan Jou, CTO at Interset, a Micro Focus company, to explore how to use the information in the MITRE ATT&CK database to plan out and create metrics for your SecOps strategy. Attendees will learn:

Attendees will learn:

  • How to use the MITRE ATT&CK matrix to quantify, measure, and plan your SecOps strategy
  • Which attack tactics and techniques real-world organizations face most often
  • How anomaly detection models, combined with correlation capabilities, can be mapped to ATT&CK techniques to protect against real threats and adversaries
  • How UEBA augments existing detection capabilities to minimize the chance of serious damage from an attack

Vendor Webcast

Privileged Access Management as a Service: What’s in it for you?

As a security professional, SECaaS gives you a unique ability to play an instrumental role in driving your organization towards better, more secure and compliant operation by securing your most vulnerable area – privileged users. And doing so quickly, efficiently, and inexpensively, without the need to develop in-house expertise in privileged access management. After all, privileged access is the gateway to an organization’s most valuable assets and is at the core of nearly every major security breach.

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Sponsored by: CyberArk

Privileged Access Management as a Service: What’s in it for you?

Operating in a digital economy drives many organizations to take advantage of a SaaS consumption model when it comes to IT products. Security products are no exception, fueling a multibillion-dollar, ever-growing Security as a Service (SECaaS) market.

As a security professional, SECaaS gives you a unique ability to play an instrumental role in driving your organization towards better, more secure and compliant operation by securing your most vulnerable area – privileged users. And doing so quickly, efficiently, and inexpensively, without the need to develop in-house expertise in privileged access management. After all, privileged access is the gateway to an organization’s most valuable assets and is at the core of nearly every major security breach.

While Privileged Access Management (PAM) as a Service is not a brand-new concept, it could be critical for those organizations that simply don’t have the resources to deploy and maintain an on-prem PAM solution. PAM as a Service is a way to outsource complex security solutions needs to experts in the field while allowing internal IT and security teams to focus on core business competencies.

Join this webcast to understand what PAM as a Service can do for you. 

You will learn:

  • Security as a Service recent trends
  • Direct business-centric benefits from moving to a SECaaS approach
  • Main attack scenarios targeting privileged access
  • Privileged Access Management basics in the digital economy
  • “Privilege as a Service” concept and benefits
  • 5 key things to look for when evaluating Privileged Access Security as a Service
  • How to build a foundation for your Privilege Access Security program using PAM as a Service

Our presenters will discuss how consuming privileged access security through SaaS can help your organization save time and resources while implementing essential security controls, all without the need to manage additional infrastructure. Join us for a webcast and we will help you start this conversation with your management today.

Vendor Webcast

5 Must know tips for migrating to office 365 and cloud security while avoiding network outages and brown outs

This webcast focuses on providing key network and cloud security tips for ensuring a successful Office 365 migration while avoiding unnecessary connectivity interruptions. Areas covered include synchronizing with Office 365 signatures, ensuring cloud security doesn’t interfere with Office 365 connections and planning for fast Office 365 connections by leveraging modern cloud security platforms.

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Sponsored by: iboss

5 Must know tips for migrating to office 365 and cloud security while avoiding network outages and brown outs

Migrating to Office 365 is part of a big step in cloud application migration. Microsoft Office 365 enables productivity and allows access to business-critical applications from anywhere. The network requirements for Office 365 are much different from those in an on-prem world.

This webcast focuses on providing key network and cloud security tips for ensuring a successful Office 365 migration while avoiding unnecessary connectivity interruptions. Areas covered include synchronizing with Office 365 signatures, ensuring cloud security doesn’t interfere with Office 365 connections and planning for fast Office 365 connections by leveraging modern cloud security platforms.

Vendor Webcast

Achieve better, faster results by augmenting your sandbox with automated static analysis

As malware becomes increasingly sophisticated, evasive, and complex, the task of detecting and analyzing suspicious files becomes a growing challenge. We’ll demonstrate how the seamless integration across these enterprise security solutions brings greater insights into an organization’s files through the combination of static analysis and dynamic analysis from various leading sandbox solutions.

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Sponsored by: Reversing Labs

Achieve better, faster results by augmenting your sandbox with automated static analysis

As malware becomes increasingly sophisticated, evasive, and complex, the task of detecting and analyzing suspicious files becomes a growing challenge. Recent research suggests 70% of malware goes undetected.
Good news – now organizations have a means to detect and identify malware through the combination of static and dynamic analysis.

Attend this webcast to hear how automated, high-speed static analysis can optimize your sandbox deployments by addressing the following scenarios:

  • Not all files can or will execute in the Sandbox. Static analysis decomposes numerous formats to expose each of the elements for analysis, including executables.
  • Not all files can be unpacked. Static analysis unpacks complex files to expose executables for processing.
  • The volume of suspect files can overwhelm Sandbox processing. Static analysis expeditiously processes all files and forwards only those targeted for additional analysis to the Sandbox.

We’ll demonstrate how the seamless integration across these enterprise security solutions brings greater insights into an organization’s files through the combination of static analysis and dynamic analysis from various leading sandbox solutions.

Vendor Webcast

Detecting common threats in the cloud

To successfully manage risk in cloud environments, today’s security teams need to be able to quickly detect and remediate threats. If your organization is already fully utilizing the cloud, or just beginning the migration, this webcast will help to make sure you’re set up for success.

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Sponsored by: Rapid7

Detecting common threats in the cloud

To successfully manage risk in cloud environments, today’s security teams need to be able to quickly detect and remediate threats. If your organization is already fully utilizing the cloud, or just beginning the migration, this webcast will help to make sure you’re set up for success.

Join Rapid7 expert, Alan Foster, Senior Security Solutions Engineer, as he walks you through:
 

  • The role that AWS solutions like GuardDuty and CloudTrail play in detecting threats
  • The importance of centralizing all logs and how you can do so easily
  • How to detect suspicious activity in your AWS environment
Vendor Webcast

How to prevent 81% of phishing attacks from sailing right into your inbox with DMARC

In this webcast, Roger Grimes, KnowBe4’s Data-Driven Defense Evangelist, will teach you how to enable DMARC, SPF, DKIM the right way! Then, learn the six reasons why phishing still might get through to your inbox and what you can do to maximize your defenses.

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Sponsored by: KnowBe4

How to prevent 81% of phishing attacks from sailing right into your inbox with DMARC

Only ~20% of companiesuse DMARC, SPF, and DKIM, global anti-domain-spoofing standards, which couldsignificantly cut down on phishing attacks. But even when they are enabled andyour domain is more secure, 81% of phishing attacks still continue to sailright through to the end-user.

In this webcast, RogerGrimes, KnowBe4’s Data-Driven Defense Evangelist, will teach you how to enableDMARC, SPF, DKIM the right way! Then, learn the six reasons why phishing stillmight get through to your inbox and what you can do to maximize your defenses.

What you’ll learn:

  • How to enable DMARC, SPF, and DKIM
  • Common configuration mistakes
  • How to best configure DMARC and other defenses to fight phishing
  • Techniques to empower your users to identify and avoid phishingattempts that make it through your surface-level defense

20/20 webcast

The DevSecOps express

The Dept. of Homeland Security says 90 percent of vulnerabilities come from problems with software. Even a modest improvement in application security could result in a significant reduction in the threat to corporate networks. But some experts believe that DevOps alone is insufficient. This 20/20 webcast looks at how DevSecOps impacts the software development life cycle and what CISOs need to know about how to implement it.

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Sponsored by: Veracode

The DevSecOps express

Application security is taking center stage these days as CISOs and CIOs try to determine how best to limit network vulnerabilities.

The Dept. of Homeland Security says 90 percent of vulnerabilities come from problems with software. Even a modest improvement in application security could result in a significant reduction in the threat to corporate networks. But some experts believe that DevOps alone is insufficient.

This 20/20 webcast looks at how DevSecOps impacts the software development life cycle and what CISOs need to know about how to implement it.

Vendor Webcast

Why It’s Time to Kill Your VPN

Technology created in 1996 is antiquated and needs to be replaced. VPNs are dangerous and never intended to secure today’s hybrid, mobile and on-demand IT. Join this webcast to hear why you might want to replace their VPN with SDP and the immediate benefits you’ll realize for doing so. We will also share a real world example of the benefits of replacing VPN.

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Sponsored by: Cyxtera

Why It’s Time to Kill Your VPN

Technology created in 1996 is antiquated and needs to bereplaced. VPNs are dangerous and never intended to secure today’s hybrid,mobile and on-demand IT.

Furthermore, they create complexity, distracting high-skillsecurity and network professionals with mundane, unnecessary tasks. It’s timeto kill your VPN and replace it with a better approach to secure access, theSoftware Defined Perimeter (SDP).

Join this webcast to hear why you might want to replacetheir VPN with SDP and the immediate benefits you’ll realize for doing so. Wewill also share a real world example of the benefits of replacing VPN.

Vendor Webcast

Lessons from the field: How are skilled testers infiltrating?

In this webcast you will hear from some of Secureworks’ most skilled testers, Nate Drier and Jared McLaren, as they talk about lessons learned from some of their most challenging engagements and the trends they are seeing with clients and their defense practices.

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Sponsored by: SecureWorks

Lessons from the field: How are skilled testers infiltrating?
Many organizations perform regular annual or bi-annual testing to identify network vulnerabilities, gaps in their controls and satisfy industry compliance requirements. Examining results and lessons learned can be limited.

However, wouldn’t it be nice to see what tactics and techniques some of the most skilled testers out there are utilizing across all industries, all levels of maturity and to serve a variety of different objectives?  Join this webcast for an opportunity to see how good guys simulate the bad guys and gain valuable insights.

In this webcast you will hear from some of Secureworks’ most skilled testers, Nate Drier and Jared McLaren, as they talk about lessons learned from some of their most challenging engagements and the trends they are seeing with clients and their defense practices.

Key topics covered include:
  • Examples of real-world engagements
  • Tactics and techniques commonly used to achieve their objectives
  • Trends and weaknesses seen in defenses 
  • Insights and lessons learned 

20/20 webcast

Open source threat intelligence comes of age

This 20/20 will look at trends in open source threat intelligence and how we can take advantage of these advancements. It is not that threat intelligence is new that makes a difference today; it is that it is becoming the norm rather than the exception. Not only that, threat intelligence also is becoming more diverse and distinctive.

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Sponsored by: Netscout

Open source threat intelligence comes of age

It is not that threat intelligence is new that makes a difference today; it is that it is becoming the norm rather than the exception. Not only that, threat intelligence also is becoming more diverse and distinctive. Gone are the days when companies relied strictly on data feeds of threats that were known. Today we are seeing an expansion of threat intel that pulls together customized threats for specific industries, open source threat intel, and a vast array of data about emerging threats. This 20/20 will look at trends in open source threat intelligence and how we can take advantage of these advancements.

Vendor Webcast

Is the cloud transforming security?

hear from security experts as they share insights on why every business should focus on transforming their security to support any cloud transformation journey. Explore how remote browser isolation is helping customers transform security while simultaneously helping to enable cloud transformation.

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Sponsored by: Menlo Security

Is the cloud transforming security?

Everyone is moving to the cloud. It’s faster, scalable, seamless/agile, and less costly. Securing your infrastructure in the cloud, however, doesn’t cut down on time spent protecting applications, workloads, and data. You still need people to process alerts and manage a security solution.

Given this paradigm, hear from security experts as they share insights on why every business should focus on transforming their security to support any cloud transformation journey. Explore how remote browser isolation is helping customers transform security while simultaneously helping to enable cloud transformation.

We will share:

  • How IT teams are adopting a ‘Cloud First’ attitude and how security should be part of this movement
  • Why Isolation is a fundamentally different approach that is transforming enterprise security architecture
  • Core differences that enable us to deliver Isolation from the cloud?

Vendor Webcast

Hacking your organization: 7 steps bad guys use to take total control of your network

The scary fact is that human error is a contributing factor in more than 90% of breaches. With so many technical controls in place hackers are still getting through to your end users, making them your last line of defense. How are they so easily manipulated into giving the bad guys what they want? Well, hackers are crafty. And the best way to beat them is to understand the way they work.

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Sponsored by: KnowBe4

Hacking your organization: 7 steps bad guys use to take total control of your network

The scary fact is that human error is a contributing factor in more than 90% of breaches. With so many technical controls in place hackers are still getting through to your end users, making them your last line of defense. How are they so easily manipulated into giving the bad guys what they want? Well, hackers are crafty. And the best way to beat them is to understand the way they work.

In this webinar Roger Grimes, KnowBe4’s Data-Driven Defense Evangelist, will take you through the “Cyber Kill Chain” in detail to show you how a single email slip up can lead to the total takeover of your network.

Roger will show you:

  • How detailed data is harvested using public databases and surprising techniques
  • Tricks used to craft a compelling social engineering attack that your users WILL click
  • Cunning ways hackers deliver malicious code to take control of an endpoint
  • Taking over your domain controller and subsequently your entire network

But not all hope is lost. Roger will also share actionable strategies you can put in place now to greatly reduce your risk. Find out how to protect your organization before it’s too late.

Vendor Webcast

Beyond the phish: A snapshot of end-user behavior

During this webcast, we will share results from the Proofpoint’s Beyond the Phish® Report, which examines end-user understanding of a broad range of cybersecurity topics and best practices. The report features analysis of data related to nearly 130 million cybersecurity questions and offers insights into employee knowledge levels across 14 categories, 16 industries, and more than 20 commonly used department classifications. 

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Sponsored by: Proofpoint

Beyond the phish: A snapshot of end-user behavior

Phishing is one of InfoSec’s longstanding threats. But for cybercriminals, email is just one entry point of many. How can you better prepare you and other end users in your organization for cybersecurity threats beyond email-based social engineering? 

During this webcast, we will share results from the Proofpoint’s Beyond the Phish® Report, which examines end-user understanding of a broad range of cybersecurity topics and best practices. The report features analysis of data related to nearly 130 million cybersecurity questions and offers insights into employee knowledge levels across 14 categories, 16 industries, and more than 20 commonly used department classifications. 

We’ll share: 

  • The importance of assessing and training end users about cybersecurity threats beyond email-based social engineering 
  • The strengths and weaknesses among end users across 14 cybersecurity topics, highlighting how end-user knowledge levels vary across industries 
  • A more holistic view of susceptibility by looking beyond knowledge assessments and training activities 
  • How you can use this information to reduce the risk of successful cyberattacks within your organization 

20/20 webcast

Digital transformation as risk management

Marketers call it “digital transformation.” Really it is just another component of risk management, but this time it focuses on such technologies as AI, cloud and fog computing, mobile devices, and the internet of things.

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Sponsored by: ServiceNow

Digital transformation as risk management

Marketers call it “digital transformation.” Really it is just another component of risk management, but this time it focuses on such technologies as AI, cloud and fog computing, mobile devices, and the internet of things.

While buzzwords might sell products, the CISO and their respective security teams are less interested in shiny new things as they are taking care of the business of protecting data, intellectual property, and keeping bad actors from violating the sanctity of the corporate network — be it on prem or off.

Vendor Webcast

Your ultimate guide to phishing mitigation

This webcast, hosted by Roger Grimes, KnowBe4’s Data-Driven Defense Evangelist, will cover a number of techniques you can implement now to minimize cybersecurity risk due to phishing and social engineering attacks. We won’t just cover one angle. We’ll come at it from all angles!

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Sponsored by: KnowBe4

Your ultimate guide to phishing mitigation

 
Spear phishing emails remain the most popular attack avenue for the bad guys, yet most companies still don’t have an effective strategy to stop them. This enormous security gap leaves you open to business email compromise, session hijacking, ransomware and more. Don’t get caught in a phishing net! Learn how to avoid having your end users take the bait.

This webcast, hosted by Roger Grimes, KnowBe4’s Data-Driven Defense Evangelist, will cover a number of techniques you can implement now to minimize cybersecurity risk due to phishing and social engineering attacks. We won’t just cover one angle. We’ll come at it from all angles!

Strategies include:
– Developing a comprehensive, defense-in-depth plan
– Technical controls all organizations should consider
– Gotchas to watch out for with cybersecurity insurance
– Benefits of implementing new-school security awareness training
– Best practices for creating and implementing security policies







Vendor Webcast

Neutralize phishing attacks with actionable insights

Attend this webinar to hear how investigation and analysis tools can help SOC analysts to triage email-based alerts faster and more accurately. We’ll show examples of manual investigation and automated email classification, and also introduce the benefits of destructive object visibility in high-volume email analysis use cases.

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Sponsored by: Reversing Labs

Neutralize phishing attacks with actionable insights

Reports cite that 92% of malware comes through email, and it is the largest source of organizational data loss, so it’s easy to understand that 32% of breaches involved phishing. There are a number of reasons why this is happening: detection rates are too low (from email gateways, abuse boxes and EDR), detailed info is lacking to quickly triage attacks, the SOC is usually overloaded with Alerts, and there is a substantial skills gap.
 
Attend this webinar to hear how investigation and analysis tools can help SOC analysts to triage email-based alerts faster and more accurately.  We’ll show examples of manual investigation and automated email classification, and also introduce the benefits of destructive object visibility in high-volume email analysis use cases.





DemoCast webcast

Removing the “NO!” from innovation

When you talk about security automation, it means different things to different people. Does this mean that organizations should automate everything immediately? And, even if they want to: could they? 

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Sponsored by: FireMon

Removing the “NO!” from innovation
In the digital age, many see the risk of not getting new application services or changes to market fast enough equal to or greater than the risk of a costly breach.  While most security teams don’t want to put the ‘no’ in innovation, they are challenged to keep up with a significant increase in change requests, number of devices to manage and the stress of improving SLAs allowing modern app developers the ability to release new services in a timely fashion.  
 
To get ahead, enterprises must orchestrate security processes and automate mundane security tasks. When you talk about security automation, it means different things to different people. Does this mean that organizations should automate everything immediately? And, even if they want to: could they? 
 
Automation of global security policy management gives security teams parity with the speed of business innovation. In this webcast we will cover:   
  • Triggers of automation (response to: 1) a new app or service, 3) routine changes in an app or a service, 3) a new security threat)
  • Use cases for automation in policy management (e.g., automating gold standard best practices or global overarching rules, and rapid approval processes to ensure speed of deployment)
  • How an automated global security policy management framework can help organizations leverage innovation without introducing security and compliance risk

20/20 webcast

Are you and your cloud provider ready for today’s threats – or tomorrow’s?

This 20/20 webcast looks at how threat management is changing and why the security model that worked great just a few years ago might well be insufficient to meet today’s threat landscape.

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Sponsored by: Rapid7

Are you and your cloud provider ready for today’s threats – or tomorrow’s?

We live in a world where clouds are getting bigger, data is moving faster, and threats now attack your cloud provider at the speed of light. 

Unfortunately, many cloud providers still defend against these massive, new threats as though it were 2014. The landscape of data threats is changing; is your company prepared? 

This 20/20 webcast looks at how threat management is changing and why the security model that worked great just a few years ago might well be insufficient to meet today’s threat landscape.



Vendor Webcast

Asset management: The Toyota Camry of cyber security

Join us and Axonius to talk about one of the biggest problems organizations face today.

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Sponsored by: Axonius

Asset management: The Toyota Camry of cyber security

Asset Management – it’s not the most exciting thing in the world. In an industry with technologies like automation, machine learning, and AI, asset management doesn’t get a whole lot of attention, but it’s foundational and one of the biggest problems organizations face today.

Security teams’ jobs continue to get exceedingly difficult, but they’re still spending time trying to figure out where things are and what they are. You’ll see how companies are able to automate asset management to:
-Get a credible, comprehensive asset inventory
-Uncover security solution coverage gaps
-Automatically validate and enforce security policies
-Join this free webinar on Friday, June 28th at 2:00 PM ET with SC Magazine’s 2019 Rookie Security Company of the Year, Axonius.



DemoCast webcast

Advance your threat hunting and incident response

Join us and Carbon Black for a live demo to discover what happened at every stage of an attack with intuitive attack chain visualizations, uncover advanced threats, minimize attacker dwell time, prevent lateral movement and much more.

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Sponsored by: Carbon Black

Advance your threat hunting and incident response


Today, attackers can compromise your environment in an hour or less however, you have the power to respond and remediate in real time, stopping active attacks and repairing damage quickly. Investigations that typically took days or weeks can be completed in just minutes. CB ThreatHunter correlates and visualizes comprehensive information about endpoint events, giving you greater visibility into your environments.

Join us for a live demo to:

  • Discover what happened at every stage of an attack with intuitive attack chain visualizations
  • Uncover advanced threats, minimize attacker dwell time, and prevent lateral movement
  • Automatically collect and store detailed forensic data for post-incident investigation
  • Use the platform’s open APIs and out-of-the-box integrations to correlate data across your security stack

Vendor Webcast

The AppSec kill-chain evolved – TTPs for modern defenses

In this webcast, we will take a lifecycle approach to understanding web app attacks, share examples of the tools and techniques used in each phase, and the defenses security teams can employ to protect their applications.

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Sponsored by: Threat X

The AppSec kill-chain evolved – TTPs for modern defenses

New and popular frameworks such as MITRE ATT&CK have aided organizations in extending their previous kill-chain models to be more focused on the actual tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs) that attackers are using in the real world. And while MITRE ATT&CK was originally designed for Windows-based enterprise networks, the same concepts can apply to application security.

In order to properly defend against adversaries, an organization must be aware of the specific TTPs used at each phase of an attack.

In this webcast, we will take a lifecycle approach to understanding web app attacks, share examples of the tools and techniques used in each phase, and the defenses security teams can employ to protect their applications.

This will include an analysis of:

  • Attacker preparations and anonymity
  • Enumeration and Scanning
  • Gaining credentialed access to applications and accounts
  • Exploitation and detection evasion
  • Abuse of APIs
  • Pivoting to do damage after an exploit

Vendor Webcast

DDI data – a critical enabler of SOAR

Join us to learn more about one of the key sources of contextual network and threat intel data comes from infrastructure that organizations already rely on for connectivity – DNS, DHCP and IPAM. This data along with timely, reliable and accurate threat intel can be used to improve scoring and investigation, assist in prioritizing incoming incidents, and can be relied upon to build automation.

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Sponsored by: Infoblox

DDI data – a critical enabler of SOAR

Constantly evolving threats and shortage of qualified cybersecurity professionals have led security teams to move to security workflow automation to meet the demands.  It’s not enough to have a great tool nowadays. These tools have to work better together to meet today’s security challenges. Security orchestration, automation and response (SOAR) tools improve efficiency and efficacy of security operations by automating threat intel management, event monitoring and incident response processes.  

One of the key sources of contextual network and threat intel data comes from infrastructure that organizations already rely on for connectivity – DNS, DHCP and IPAM. This data along with timely, reliable and accurate threat intel can be used to improve scoring and investigation, assist in prioritizing incoming incidents, and can be relied upon to build automation

Join this webcast to learn how a well architected DNS, DHCP and IPAM can power SOAR platforms to

  • Block/unblock domains using context
  • Enrich other security tools with valuable IPAM data
  • Enhance and improve incident response with better threat intelligence

Vendor Webcast

GDPR to California Privacy – Managing cloud vendor risk

In this webcast, you’ll learn how to implement successful vendor risk processes, expedite vendor onboarding, and hear practical advice to automate vendor risk management within a software technology platform.

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Sponsored by: OneTrust

GDPR to California Privacy – Managing cloud vendor risk

Managing vendor risk is a continuous effort under GDPR, California CCPA and other global regulations.

As organizations continue to improve their privacy and security programs, streamlining 3rd and 4th party vendor risk has become a priority.

In this webcast, you’ll learn how to implement successful vendor risk processes, expedite vendor onboarding, and hear practical advice to automate vendor risk management within a software technology platform.

DemoCast webcast

Gaining complete visibility of your environment with attack surface monitoring

Join Rapid7 and SC Media for an in-depth look into Attack Surface Monitoring with Rapid7’s Project Sonar research and industry reports. Learn how data from these sources can be leveraged in Rapid7’s industry-leading vulnerability management solution, InsightVM, to provide complete visibility into your environment.

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Sponsored by: Rapid7

Gaining complete visibility of your environment with attack surface monitoring

Join Rapid7 and SC Media for an in-depth look into Attack Surface Monitoring with Rapid7’s Project Sonar research and industry reports. Learn how data from these sources can be leveraged in Rapid7’s industry-leading vulnerability management solution, InsightVM, to provide complete visibility into your environment.

During this webinar, you’ll learn about:
-The importance of having complete visibility of both your organization’s known and unknown assets
-Rapid7’s unique research project, Project Sonar, that regularly catalogs the public internet
-Industry reports released by Rapid7 based on data from Project Sonar, among other sources
-How data from Project Sonar can be leveraged within Rapid7’s industry-leading vulnerability management tool, InsightVM

Vendor Webcast

Risk-based adaptive DevSecOps

Join us and Synopsys to learn how the adaptive pipeline can help you rank risks, identify changes, and improve responsiveness, how to accelerate deployment to production without compromising security and four models you can implement to help align your people, process, and technology.

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Sponsored by: Synopsys

Risk-based adaptive DevSecOps

Building security automation into the DevOps pipeline is a key pain point for many organizations. Some firms deploy to production as frequently as every five minutes—a velocity that security struggles to match.

Implementing intelligence within the DevOps pipeline supports security activities by matching the team’s velocity, providing intelligent feedback, and supporting organizations as they scale their security testing activities.

A risk-based adaptive pipeline can close the gap between DevOps and security teams, helping DevOps teams accelerate deployment to production without compromising security.

In this webcast, you’ll learn:
– How the adaptive pipeline can help you rank risks, identify changes, and improve responsiveness
– How to accelerate deployment to production without compromising security
– Four models you can implement to help align your people, process, and technology



20/20 webcast

Is your cloud security up to snuff?

This 20/20 webcast looks at how you can ensure that your cloud storage security meets or exceeds any regulatory and corporate governance requirements. Remember: Your data is your responsibility.

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Sponsored by: Rapid7

Is your cloud security up to snuff?

As corporations move their applications, data storage and operations to the cloud, the first question the CISO should ask is: Is our cloud as secure as we can make it?

Depending on the cloud provider’s basic services is not enough; the data is yours and it’s your job to make sure you have all the components in place that you could have on your on-prem data center.

This 20/20 webcast looks at how you can ensure that your cloud storage security meets or exceeds any regulatory and corporate governance requirements. Remember: Your data is your responsibility.

Vendor Webcast

Aligning security with the flow and storage of information

Join us and OpenText™ Senior Director of Product Marketing, Hope Swancy-Haslam, as she interviews experts Anthony Di Bello, OpenText vice-president of strategy, and Judy Branham, Aon Cyber managing director on Aligning Security with the Flow and Storage of Information.

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Sponsored by: OpenText

Aligning security with the flow and storage of information


Today’s cyber-attackers, armed with better tools and techniques at their disposal, are more effective than ever at compromising endpoints and finding their way into business IT systems.

Research shows only 53 percent of incident response teams are “mature” in their ability to effectively respond when an event occurs.  It is imperative for security teams to stay current on the latest methodologies and approaches for endpoint detection and response.

Learn how to manage vulnerability issues and apply forensic-grade security best practices. Join OpenText™ Senior Director of Product Marketing, Hope Swancy-Haslam, as she interviews experts Anthony Di Bello, OpenText vice-president of strategy, and Judy Branham, Aon Cyber managing director on Aligning Security with the Flow and Storage of Information.

Discussion will include:

  • The convergence of risk, security, and legal teams around security issues
  • The application and value of a “zero trust” approach in endpoint security
  • The importance of aligning security to the flow and storage of information
  • How teams can be more effective by understanding sensitive data and its location
  • What it means and why it makes sense to bring security closer to protected information 
  • Forensic security methodologies to apply in every environment

Vendor Webcast

Rethink infrastructure access: Traditional methods aren’t cutting it

Join us to learn how to effectively secure server access by applying the core principles of Zero Trust and enforce strict just-in-time, least privilege access in a manner that doesn’t get in the way of productivity.

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Sponsored by: Okta

Rethink infrastructure access: Traditional methods aren’t cutting it

As you adopt cloud IaaS to meet business goals, effective security controls can’t be an afterthought. This elastic infrastructure environment requires smart access controls; but how do you adhere to your security policies without limiting automation?

Join us to learn how to effectively secure server access by applying the core principles of Zero Trust and enforce strict just-in-time, least privilege access in a manner that doesn’t get in the way of productivity.

Featured guest Dr. Chase Cunningham, principal analyst for Forrester Research, and Ivan Dwyer from Okta will discuss:
 -Why you need to re-think your infrastructure access approach
 -Why identity is the cornerstone of securing server access
 -How to put Zero Trust in practice across the infrastructure layer
 -Why secure server access is a strong “tip of the spear” use case for larger Zero Trust initiatives

DemoCast webcast

How to scale your dynamic analysis program

Join us for this democast to learn how to implement a dynamic analysis program that meets these four key criteria: Scalability, discovery, speed and automation & integration

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Sponsored by: Veracode

How to scale your dynamic analysis program

Web applications continue to be the primary attack vector for hackers looking to breach organizations, and applying dynamic application security testing (DAST) gives you security assurance for how your application will perform in the real world. The key is applying it to your organization’s entire application portfolio without slowing down delivery.

What will you learn?

Dynamic analysis is an important solution in a mature application security program because this form of testing more easily unearths different kinds of vulnerabilities, including information leakage, cryptographic issues, and cross-site scripting. You know that it is important to secure all of your organization’s web applications – including the ones you did not know you owned – while ensuring speed to market to meet customer demands and expectations.

Scalability: The ability to scan multiple applications at once – whether they are authenticated or unauthenticated – to keep security from being a bottleneck.Discovery: Uncover every web application associated with your organization, even if you did not create it in-house, to create an exhaustive inventory.Speed: Deliver high-quality results quickly, and in a smart way that saves time. Automation & Integration: Scans that run automatically and integrate with existing processes and tools keep your security and development teams moving quickly

Join us for this democast to learn how to implement a dynamic analysis program that meets these four key criteria:

-Scalability: The ability to scan multiple applications at once – whether they are authenticated or unauthenticated – to keep security from being a bottleneck.
-Discovery: Uncover every web application associated with your organization, even if you did not create it in-house, to create an exhaustive inventory.
-Speed: Deliver high-quality results quickly, and in a smart way that saves time.
-Automation & Integration: Scans that run automatically and integrate with existing processes and tools keep your security and development teams moving quickly.




Vendor Webcast

Uncovering advanced persistent threats

Join us for a step-by-step walk through of how the Operation Cloud Hopper attack unfolded and how security professionals can implement automated defenses to detect malicious behavior like APT10’s attack before the breach occurs.

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Sponsored by: Carbon Black

Uncovering advanced persistent threats

In one of the largest ever sustained global cyber espionage campaigns known as Operation Cloud Hopper, a Chinese threat actor group dubbed APT10 was able to infiltrate managed IT service providers to gain unprecedented access to their clients’ intellectual property and sensitive data. Leveraging “Red Leaves” malware, attackers were able to breach and freely move about laterally in their unsuspecting victims’ environments.

Join us and Tristan Morris, cybersecurity strategist at Carbon Black, as he walks us step-by-step through how the attack unfolded and how security professionals can implement automated defenses to detect malicious behavior like APT10’s attack before the breach occurs.

We will cover:

  • Why threat hunting is so critical today
  • How new intel can kick off a threat hunt
  • How to quickly hunt across your enterprise
  • How to scale your future threat hunts leveraging automation

Vendor Webcast

What keeps IT pros like you up at night

With so many possible issues for you to address, what do other IT pros like you really have a handle on and what’s keeping them lying awake at night?

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Sponsored by: KnowBe4

What keeps IT pros like you up at night

As corporations move their applications, data storage and operations to the cloud, the first question the CISO should ask is: Is our cloud as secure as we can make it?

Depending on the cloud provider’s basic services is not enough; the data is yours and it’s your job to make sure you have all the components in place that you could have on your on-prem data center.

This 20/20 webcast looks at how you can ensure that your cloud storage security meets or exceeds any regulatory and corporate governance requirements. Remember: Your data is your responsibility.

DemoCast webcast

How to speed incident response with network data

Join us as we step through a rapid, end-to-end investigation and response process, from early breach detection to forensic analysis in just minutes, relying on Network Traffic Analysis for authoritative and detailed data.

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Sponsored by: Extrahop

How to speed incident response with network data

Investigating and responding to security incidents can take hours or days if analysts are forced to manually correlate data and contact other teams to access secondary system logs or even packet captures they need to be confident about what actually happened.

Join us as we step through a rapid, end-to-end investigation and response process, from early breach detection to forensic analysis in just minutes, relying on Network Traffic Analysis for authoritative and detailed data.


-Identify which devices and users were involved in an incident
-Dig into transaction records and layer 7 payloads to see exactly what users and resources were involved
-Access packets and decryption keys for incontrovertible proof and root cause analysis

Vendor Webcast

Turn your phishing links into read only

Join us to see how Isolation can help you eliminate malware and improve productivity of your employees.

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Sponsored by: Menlo Security

Turn your phishing links into read only

99% of security breaches are initiated through email and webmail attacks. Thus, proving prevention obviously fails, and detection and response are far from guaranteed. So why try the same old failed security approaches?

It’s time to try something that’s transforming email security—isolation. Isolation doesn’t block threats—it eliminates.

In this webcast, attendees will learn:
-How to combat users who are re-offenders when it comes to clicking unsafe email links and attachments
-Need an additional layer other than a sandbox waiting for patient zero
-The ease of deploying isolation without interfering with user experience in 10 minutes

Save your seat to see how Isolation can help you eliminate malware and improve productivity of your employees.

Vendor Webcast

Keeping pace with the continuous reinvention of endpoint protection

Join us and Ian McShane of Endgame for a discussion on modern approaches to endpoint protection.

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Sponsored by: Endgame

Keeping pace with the continuous reinvention of endpoint protection

Join us and Ian McShane of Endgame for a discussion on modern approaches to endpoint protection. Learn what antivirus functions you can replace, eliminate, or improve with an effective endpoint protection platform. We’ll cover how to evaluate if it’s time for your organization to replace legacy AV with modern tools to prevent targeted attacks, and how you can implement endpoint protection technology to increase your organization’s security efficacy and the productivity of existing security staff.

Vendor Webcast

Incident Response in a world full of threats: Are you prepared?

Join us, NTT Security, and Carbon Black experts to see how organizations can better predict, prevent, and respond to today’s advanced persistent threats. We’ll walk through real world examples and implications for your business or public sector entity.

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Sponsored by: Carbon Black, NTT Security

Incident Response in a world full of threats: Are you prepared?

The threat landscape is more fluid than ever and knowing how to efficiently respond to an incident is critical to the sanctity of your data and bottom line.

NTT Security and Carbon Black experts team up to show how organizations can better predict, prevent, and respond to today’s advanced persistent threats. We’ll walk through real world examples and implications for your business or public sector entity.

Vendor Webcast

Inside your weakest link: How persistent attackers view your endpoint strategy

In this webcast, we will discuss today’s most common endpoint security strategies and technologies including Windows 10, Virtual Desktop Infrastructure, EPP, EDR, etc. In evaluating these approaches, we will look at each from the user’s perspective, the admin’s perspective, and most importantly: through the attacker’s perspective.

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Sponsored by: Hysolate

Inside your weakest link: How persistent attackers view your endpoint strategy

Our endpoints are a mess: users are frustrated, admins are unhappy and most breaches still start on an endpoint.

In this webcast, we will discuss today’s most common endpoint security strategies and technologies including Windows 10, Virtual Desktop Infrastructure, EPP, EDR, etc. In evaluating these approaches, we will look at each from the user’s perspective, the admin’s perspective, and most importantly: through the attacker’s perspective.

Let’s cut through the marketing fluff and discuss the benefits and drawbacks of various approaches so that you can better understand your weakest link.



Vendor Webcast

Attackers Who Live off the Land – How to Stop Them by Starving Them

Examine ways to deprive attackers of what they need to move laterally in your network

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Sponsored by: Illusive

Attackers Who Live off the Land – How to Stop Them by Starving Them
Cyberattackers and insider threats increasingly rely on a living-off-the-land techniques to evade detection as they move toward critical systems. Every day, users and processes in your network leave goodies for attackers—credentials and connections that enable lateral movement and network persistence. 
 
In this upcoming webcast, we’ll examine ways to deprive attackers of what they need to move laterally in your network.
 
Join us to discuss:
  • How normal business activity creates dangerous opportunities for malicious lateral movement
  • The cyber hygiene functions needed to harden the network against LotL-style attacks
  • How continuous visibility into your attack surface can augment other core security functions, such as privileged access management (PAM) and vulnerability management.

Vendor Webcast

Deploying and servicing Windows 10 in the dawn of modern management

Explore what is possible today with pure modern management, how including Configuration Manager to deliver a co-managed environment changes the picture and how Windows Servicing Suite provides comprehensive, self-service automation that gives users a consistent experience whether in the office or remote.

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Sponsored by: 1E

Deploying and servicing Windows 10 in the dawn of modern management

With Windows 7 extended support ending in less than 10 months, time is running out for organizations that still have not completed their migration to Windows 10, who are now looking for the quickest and safest route to complete their migration in time. Those organizations that have already completed their migration are faced with the challenge of updating them with the semi-annual Feature Updates. With an increasingly remote workforce, a desire to reduce infrastructure and improve user experience, IT teams are looking to Microsoft Modern Management – a collection of cloud-based management technologies including Azure AD, InTune, AutoPilot, Windows Store for Business and Windows Update for Business – to address these challenges.

Whether migrating existing devices to Windows 10, provisioning new computers, replacing devices through normal hardware lifecycle or rebuilding devices to resolve issues (break-fix), the most important thing for the user is that they are able to get up and running with their data and applications with minimal disruption to their working day. Once the user has their new Windows 10 device, they don’t want to be inconvenienced with forced Feature Updates that render their device unusable just when they needed to do something important.

In this webcast, we explore what is possible today with pure modern management, how including Configuration Manager to deliver a co-managed environment changes the picture and how the 1E Windows Servicing Suite provides comprehensive, self-service automation that gives users a consistent experience whether in the office or remote.

20/20 webcast

Tomorrow’s attacks today

This webcast looks at the current threat prevention landscape, as well as looking ahead to what we might see in the months or years to come. Will your network be ready for every attack in the next generation breach? Probably not – but you could be better prepared.

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Sponsored by: Juniper

Tomorrow’s attacks today

It’s 2 a.m. Do you know where that threat to your network is coming from? If not, perhaps you need to beef up your threat identification and prevention software. Today not only are threats constant, they are often masked as either valid data transmissions or as nothing more than simply communications via email or a messaging app. It also might be fileless in the form of a query that asks the user to take an action that will generate the breach, so there might be nothing for your defensive measures to find in the incoming transmission at all. This webcast looks at the current threat prevention landscape, as well as looking ahead to what we might see in the months or years to come. Will your network be ready for every attack in the next generation breach? Probably not – but you could be better prepared.

20/20 webcast

Schrödinger’s Network

Join us for this 20/20 webcast that looks at network visibility – what it is, why it’s essential and what happens when you don’t have it.

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Sponsored by: FireMon

Schrödinger’s Network

One would think that network security is just an extension of the Schrödinger’s cat thought experiment.

One need not actually see the data files to know what you have and both how and where it’s moving through your networks, but if you want to be compliant with the multitude of laws worldwide concerning privacy, personal information, and especially personal health information, you had better know what you have, where it is and its status.

Today’s 20/20 webcast looks at network visibility – what it is, why it’s essential and what happens when you don’t have it.

DemoCast webcast

Cloud app security without gaps for any device, anywhere: iboss and Microsoft CAS partnership

Join us, Paul Martini, CEO/CTO at iboss Cloud Security and Anisha Gupta, Program Manager at Microsoft as we discuss the challenges and best practices in securing safe, controlled access to cloud apps.

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Sponsored by: iboss

Cloud app security without gaps for any device, anywhere: iboss and Microsoft CAS partnership

As the network perimeter continues to erode and more of your corporate data is living across multiple clouds, ensuring your employees have safe and monitored access to approved cloud apps is essential.

Just as important is the ability to detect those leveraging unauthorized cloud apps which can violate corporate and regulatory policy as well as expose the organization to data loss.

Join us, Paul Martini, CEO/CTO at iboss Cloud Security and Anisha Gupta, Program Manager at Microsoft as we discuss the challenges and best practices in securing safe, controlled access to cloud apps.

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Remove the bias from your vulnerability management program

Uncover the limitations of vulnerability management tools and the risks associated with unknown assets.

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Remove the bias from your vulnerability management program

Vulnerability scanners are indispensable in an IT team’s toolkit. Unfortunately, they have one big flaw: they can only scan what you tell them to scan. But what about the assets you don’t know about?

A robust security program is incomplete – and your vulnerability management tools are not being used to their full potential – if you do not address their limitations dealing with unknowns. In this webcast, you’ll learn:

  • The limitations of vulnerability management tools
  • The risks associated with unknown assets
  • Methods you can use to find those unknown assets

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2019 Phishing threat landscape: Real phish remain the real problem

Examine all of the obvious changes in the phishing threat landscape, plus look ahead at trends shaping 2019.

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Sponsored by: Cofense

2019 Phishing threat landscape: Real phish remain the real problem

Despite investment in next-gen technologies and employee awareness training phishing threats continue to become more sophisticated and more effective. It’s time for organizations to accept that REAL phish are the REAL problem. Join the Cofense Phishing Threat Landscape review to discover the trends defining phishing in 2019 and priorities for defending your organization going forward.

Attend this webinar to learn how attackers are:

  • Using major malware types and their innovative tactics, techniques, and procedures
  • Intensifying credential theft as organizations move infrastructure and applications to the cloud
  • Evolving Emotet and the threat actors behind the botnet
  • Increasing proliferation of sextortion phishing emails

We’ll examine all of the obvious changes in the phishing threat landscape, plus look ahead at trends shaping 2019.

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Gray Day: How I caught the most damaging spy in American history

Imagine if the FBI locked you in a room for eight hours a day with the most ruthless and damaging spy in United States history.

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Sponsored by: Carbon Black

Gray Day: How I caught the most damaging spy in American history

Imagine if the FBIlocked you in a room for eight hours a day with the most ruthless and damagingspy in United States history. Imagine feeling unqualified and outgunned,knowing the country depends on you to succeed despite the fact no one hasprovided the means to do so. Robert Hanssen was a notorious cyber spy chargedwith selling American secrets to Russia for more than US$1.4 million in cashand diamonds.

His ability toexploit computer systems allowed him to protect his identity during a 22-yearspy career. In this edge-of-the-seat spy thriller talk, Eric O’Neill sharesintricate details of the investigation and shows how you can find successinside yourself by setting small goals that lead to big accomplishments untilfinally, through courage, confidence, and determination, victory is achieved.

Join us for a webcast highlighting Eric’s story and more.

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Dissecting Shlayer Malware via MITRE ATT&CK

Join us for “Dissecting Shlayer Malware via MITRE ATT&CK” to learn an introduction to Shayler, the method this malware uses to subvert built-in macOS security mitigations, and how the techniques used by this malware map to the MITRE ATT&CK framework, visualizing this using a real-world sample.

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Dissecting Shlayer Malware via MITRE ATT&CK

Over the past year, a family of macOS malware named Shlayer has been successful at infecting countless numbers of systems across the world.

Join us for “Dissecting Shlayer Malware via MITRE ATT&CK” to learn:
· An introduction to Shayler
· The method this malware uses to subvert built-in macOS security mitigations
· How the techniques used by this malware map to the MITRE ATT&CK framework, visualizing this using a real-world sample.

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The ransomware hostage rescue guide

Join us and Erich Kron CISSP, Security Awareness Advocate at KnowBe4 we look at scary features of new ransomware strains, give actionable info that you need to prevent infections, and provide tips on what to do when you are hit with ransomware. 

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Sponsored by: KnowBe4

The ransomware hostage rescue guide

It is estimated that a business falls victim to a ransomware attack every 40 seconds, adding up to a projected $11.5 billion in damages for this year.

As ransomware attacks become more targeted and damaging, your organization faces increased risk that can have your networks down for days or even weeks. So, how can your organization avoid getting held hostage?

Join us and Erich Kron CISSP, Security Awareness Advocate at KnowBe4 we look at scary features of new ransomware strains, give actionable info that you need to prevent infections, and provide tips on what to do when you are hit with ransomware. 

In this webcast we will cover:

What new scary ransomware strains are in the wild

  • Am I infected?
  • I’m infected, now what?
  • Proven methods of protecting your organization
  • How to create a “human firewall”

Don’t get held hostage and become a statistic! Join us to learn how to avoid these scary attacks.

20/20 webcast

Identifying tomorrow’s threat intelligence profile

This 20/20 looks at how threat intelligence used for proactive and reactive applications, combined with a variety of analytics applications, can help you identify future as well as existing threats. 

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Sponsored by: Rapid7

Identifying tomorrow’s threat intelligence profile
You’ve spent a lot of time, money and effort to build out a mature network- and data-security team. You’ve gone through the growing pains to identify the mistakes that lead to fraud and data breaches because the staff didn’t know what to look for, and the blood, sweat and tears of building an experienced team with appropriate tools for the day.

Now what? Everything you’ve done in the past has prepared you for fighting legacy attacks — the bad guys (and gals) are morphing their precision attacks on a daily basis, so the question becomes: What have you done to fight tomorrow’s attacks?

This 20/20 looks at how threat intelligence used for proactive and reactive applications, combined with a variety of analytics applications, can help you identify future as well as existing threats.    

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Mastering prevention: See more attacks, stop more attacks

Uncover how you can use behavioral analytics to prevent both known and unknown threats

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Sponsored by: Carbon Black

Mastering prevention: See more attacks, stop more attacks

Today’s attackers are constantly evolving and adapting to bypass traditional endpoint security, making it difficult for many organizations to keep their systems safe. 

Simply relying on signatures — which are easily changeable — is no longer an effective way of protecting your systems. In order to future-proof yourself from emerging threats, you need to take an approach that looks at behaviors and attack patterns. 
Join us as we discuss:
  • How you can use behavioral analytics to prevent both known and unknown threats
  • How to ask questions of all endpoints and take action to remediate in real time
  • How you can gain better visibility into your enterprise with Next-Gen AV and Live Query capabilities, provided on a single console with a single agent

20/20 webcast

Reactive Intelligence

This 20/20 webcast looks at what we can do today to better prepare for the attacks of tomorrow by understanding the threat intelligence ecosystem and improving how CISOs can identify attackers already within the network more quickly.

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Reactive Intelligence

It seems that every time we see advancements in threat intelligence and analytics, the bad guys are already a step ahead of us.

No matter how much money we throw at new technology, new data feeds and new training, attackers are still making their way into our networks, stealing our data, and making the data security teams and the C-suite look like the junior varsity team playing against the pros. Often security pros talk about threat intel as a tool for proactive attack deterrence and interception, but the technology is equally useful, if not more useful, in reactive identification of successful intrusions.

This 20/20 webcast looks at what we can do today to better prepare for the attacks of tomorrow by understanding the threat intelligence ecosystem and improving how CISOs can identify attackers already within the network more quickly. Understanding what makes a threat intelligence ecosystem will help CISOs understand what might be missing in theirs and serve as the necessary gap analysis to ensure your threat intel is working up to its peak performance.

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2019 State of the Phish

Explore findings from the 2019 State of the Phish Report. and uncover data-driven intelligence you and your team need to manage end-user risk more effectively within your organization.

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Sponsored by: Proofpoint

2019 State of the Phish

Phishing continues to be the number one attack vector. Why? Because it works — all too well. Today’s cybercriminals can evade advanced perimeter technology through carefully planned, increasingly sophisticated phishing attacks. Industries of every kind are affected, from financial organizations to government contractors to healthcare firms.

Join Proofpoint Security Awareness Training for a webinar, where we’ll explore findings from the 2019 State of the Phish Report. It provides the data-driven intelligence you and your team need to manage end-user risk more effectively within your organization. In this webinar, we will explore data related to the following:

– Tens of millions of simulated phishing emails: Analysis of tens of millions of simulated phishing emails sent to end users over a 12-month period.

– 16 industries: Comparisons of activities and results from organizations and their employees across 16 industries.

– Nearly 15,000 survey responses from infosec professionals: Responses reveal the challenges they are facing, their views of the threat landscape, and the actions they’re taking to fend off phishing attacks.

– 7,000+ technology user insights: Results from a survey of more than 7,000 working adults in the US, UK, France, Germany, Italy, Australia, and Japan, providing a global perspective on the awareness levels of the average end user.

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How to Remove Complexity as a Threat to Security

Uncover how hybrid, mobile, and on-demand IT increase security complexity and how to remove unnecessary complexity.

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Sponsored by: Cyxtera

How to Remove Complexity as a Threat to Security

No doubt as a security leader you are constantly making decisions on what tools and solutions are needed to secure your elusive IT landscape. Complexity may be threatening your security posture as you react to secure your hybrid workloads.

 
Join Leo Taddeo, CISO at Cyxtera and former Special Agent in Charge of the Special Operations/Cyber Division of the FBI’s New York Office alongside Jason Garbis and Ian Breeze of Cyxtera, as we address the mounting complexity security professionals face today. You will hear recommendations for removing unnecessary complexity that threatens your cyber resiliency.

Key Topics:

  • How hybrid, mobile, and on-demand IT increase security complexity
  • How the evolving landscape of digital risk adds complexity
  • How to remove unnecessary complexity
  • Where to focus your efforts

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From chaos to clarity: New trends on securing roaming users & branch offices

With highly distributed environments becoming the norm, find out how to shift your security, gain control and protect users more effectively.

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Sponsored by: Cisco

From chaos to clarity: New trends on securing roaming users & branch offices

With highly distributed environments becoming the norm, SaaS usage on the rise and roaming users an attractive target for threats, find out how to shift your security, gain control and protect users more effectively.

Enterprise Strategy Group partnered with Cisco to validate trends in the market, customer perceptions and technology consumption patterns. Research reveals a shift in the market leading to a fundamentally new approach to how organizations secure roaming users and branch office (ROBO) locations.

Join ESG Security Analyst, Jon Oltsik, and Cisco Product expert, Negisa Taymourian, for a unique perspective on the state of cybersecurity today.

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Comparing SIEMs, MDR, and MSSPs for security monitoring, detection, & response

Compare and contrast SIEM, MDR, and MSSP so you have the right questions in hand when considering your options.
 

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Sponsored by: Arctic Wolf

Comparing SIEMs, MDR, and MSSPs for security monitoring, detection, & response

Midmarket enterprises need to monitor their environment to detect and respond to threats that inevitably crop up.  There are three major approaches to solving this security conundrum: deploy a security information and event management system (SIEM), use managed detection and response (MDR), or use a managed security service provider (MSSPs).  This webinar compares and contrasts the three approaches so you have the right questions in hand when considering your options.
 
What you will learn:

  • Why monitoring, detection and response is an essential element of a robust security strategy
  • What elements comprise the SIEM, MDR, and MSSP solution approaches?
  • How do these approaches take advantage of the cloud as well as monitor cloud assets?
  • What is the security “sweet spot” for MDR? 

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Implementing behavioral analysis and attacker deception for higher confidence AppSec

Learn how to quickly and successfully implement solutions that leverage behavioral analytics and attacker deception.

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Sponsored by: Threat X

Implementing behavioral analysis and attacker deception for higher confidence AppSec

Modern AppSec is driven by hard metrics and results. Teams need to secure a larger application footprint, address a higher volume of threats, reduce open cases, and virtually eliminate false positives, and they must do it with limited time and inadequate resources.

The expectations and threats against security teams are “next-gen,” but the tools with which they’re asked to respond are not.

In Part I of this series, Strengthen your web app defenses using behavioral analysis and attacker deception, we dove into the various behavioral analysis and attacker deception approaches that make for truly next-gen AppSec, and the benefits of each. In this webcast, we will share how to quickly and successfully implement solutions that leverage behavioral analytics and attacker deception. 

We will also show examples of how each detection strategy can be used in real-world scenarios to drive blocking decisions that are accurate, scalable, and measurable.

Topics will include:

  • Using behavioral analysis to detect threats early in the kill chain
  • The act and benefits of engaging attackers in deception techniques
  • Using decision engines to reduce both false positives and caseloads
  • Implementing these techniques in your AppSec strategy

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Getting more from less: 3 ways replacing AV with a security platform can help you

48% of organizations are using more than 25 different discrete or point security tools to manage, investigate, and respond to security threats.

What if it was possible to have a single platform that simplified your security stack and improved your protection?

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Getting more from less: 3 ways replacing AV with a security platform can help you

The threat landscape is growing increasingly sophisticated and is bypassing traditional antivirus. To combat this, IT and security professionals are adding products to their security stack.

In fact, 48% of organizations are using more than 25 different discrete or point security tools to manage, investigate, and respond to security threats. Each has its own endpoint agent, dataset, console, and back end. The result is a lot of complexity and not enough efficacy. It doesn’t have to be this way.

What if it was possible to have a single platform that simplified your security stack and improved your protection?

Join us for this webcast where we will discuss:

  • The current state of security and why adding more point solutions isn’t the answer
  • How replacing traditional antivirus with consolidated endpoint security in the cloud can improve your protection and simplify your operations
  • How predictive security cloud can make it easier for you to prevent, investigate, remediate, and hunt for threats.

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Encryption everywhere: It’s the best of times and the worst of time

This webcast will look at the issues surrounding encryption everywhere, ranging from productivity and latency challenges to the benefits of protecting the data all the time and everywhere.

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Sponsored by: Cisco

Encryption everywhere: It’s the best of times and the worst of time

Encryption has been the standard by which companies are able to protect their data from prying eyes. Encrypting data at rest, data in transit and active data can be a challenge on multiple levels.

Today’s webcast looks at the issues surrounding encryption everywhere, ranging from productivity and latency challenges to the benefits of protecting the data all the time and everywhere.

Remember that the bad actors are lurking everywhere, so that’s where your data needs protection.

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The state of encryption and how to improve it

Explore the use of encryption and access controls to understand how organizations currently use these technologies and identify IT and security professionals’ top priorities in file security.

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Sponsored by: Vera

The state of encryption and how to improve it

Join us as we explore the use of encryption and access controls to understand how organizations currently use these technologies and identify IT and security professionals’ top priorities in file security.

What you’ll learn:

  • How organizations currently use access controls and encryption to avoid security breaches
  • Why sensitive and personal data is often left accessible and unencrypted
  • How Always-on File Security puts security teams back in control of data, even when it’s shared with others

Vendor Webcast

Using Zero Trust to protect financial services networks

With Phil Packman, a CISO at BT, as your host, learn from the founder of Zero Trust & Field CTO at Palo Alto Networks, John Kindervag, and the VP of Global Financial Services at Forescout, Tom Dolan, how your company can more easily embrace Zero Trust to proactively combat today’s high frequency and sophistication of cyberattacks.

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Sponsored by: ForeScout

Using Zero Trust to protect financial services networks

Is Zero Trust really achievable given the complexity in financial service organizations, especially considering limited staff, mergers and acquisitions and compliance pressures? 

Join us to learn how your company can embrace Zero Trust to:

  • Proactively combat today’s high frequency and sophistication of cyberattacks
  • Gain unparalleled situational awareness of malicious activity
  • Prevent the exfiltration of sensitive data and money
  • Simplify adherence to compliance regulations

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Is browser isolation the new ‘sandbox’ for security?

Identified by Gartner as “one of the single most significant ways to reduce web-based attacks,” remote browser isolation has become an important line item in IT budgets around the world. But not all Isolation is created equal.  With so many offerings how do you weed through the noise?

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Is browser isolation the new ‘sandbox’ for security?

Protecting organizations from web threats has typically been done with a proxy or DNS solution, but a new approach has emerged.

Isolation defends against today’s sophisticated zero-day exploits using an “air-gapped” browsing approach.

Identified by Gartner as “one of the single most significant ways to reduce web-based attacks,” remote browser isolation has become an important line item in IT budgets around the world. But not all Isolation is created equal.  With so many offerings how do you weed through the noise?

Join us and Menlo Security to learn:

  • Why remote browser isolation technology adoption is on the rise
  • Key use cases for Isolation that should be evaluated
  • 3 critical requirements when selecting a practical browser isolation solution

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Strengthen your web app defenses using behavioral analysis & attacker deception

Uncover the roles that behavioral analysis and active attacker engagement and deception play in application security.

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Sponsored by: Threat X

Strengthen your web app defenses using behavioral analysis & attacker deception

Overburdened security teams are finding it increasingly difficult to keep pace with the enormous volume and increasing sophistication of daily threats. This, coupled with the limitations and challenges of traditional WAF signature approaches has left many organizations exposed and desperate to find a solution.

What we need are detection and remediation options that are fast, automated, and accurate, but the path to a solution may not be clear for busy security teams. What solutions exist today to make this possible? And how can well-established security teams make the transition?

Join us for part I of this two-part series where we will go beyond the search for the “perfect” tool, and instead, show the practical power of combining two next-generation techniques into a single automated process. Specifically, we will review the roles that behavioral analysis and active attacker engagement and deception play in application security, and how when combined, they deliver accurate and low-burden threat protection results that far surpass legacy AppSec approaches.

Key topics will include:

  • Different types of behavioral analysis in application security
  • Strengths and weaknesses of behavioral analysis
  • An overview of techniques for attacker engagement and deception
  • How to combine both techniques into an automated application security model

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Vulnerability management – Why programs fail and what you can do about it

Explore some of the more common reasons vulnerability management programs fail, and more importantly what we can all do to ensure that doesn’t happen.

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Sponsored by: Rapid7

Vulnerability management – Why programs fail and what you can do about it

Vulnerability management should be at the core of every information security program (it’s CIS Control #3) and yet it is often one of the most misunderstood elements.
 
Requiring strong leadership and many foundational elements to be successful, programs often topple because the legs of the table we have built are not sturdy to hold the weight of our scanning tools, and the data these tools produce.
 
Join us and Rapid7’s Brian Carey for a discussion on some of the more common reasons vulnerability management programs fail, and more importantly what we can all do to ensure that doesn’t happen.
 
Some of the topics we’ll cover include:

  • The leadership void – setting goals and expectations from the top
  • Roles & responsibilities
  • Asset management
  • Classification & prioritization
  • Remediation
  • Reporting to your executive teams & board

20/20 webcast

Digging down into a resilient infrastructure

Take a deeper dive into determining your resilience, looking at what components constitute a resilient framework and how to measure if your framework is making an impact.

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Sponsored by: Capsule8

Digging down into a resilient infrastructure

During our 20/20 webcast Resilience is not futile, we discussed the importance of building resilience into your security program. 

As we continue our discussion on cyber resilience, we’ll take a deeper dive into determining your resilience, looking at what components constitute a resilient framework and how to measure if your framework is making an impact.
 
Among the topics we’ll discuss are practices and metrics that security teams should consider when attempting to adopt resilience. 

20/20 webcast

Integrating security across your cloud

This 20/20 webcast will look at how data is managed, performance is monitored and analytics are collected and normalized across the cloud infrastructure. It will also look at how security operations are managed and executed in this ever-changing environment.

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Integrating security across your cloud

As companies move their applications and operations from on-prem data centers to the cloud, a variety of security concerns become more complex. 

Applying security controls to servers outside of the physical control of IT means depending on web services and remote management.  And since your data might not be in a single cloud – one benefit of cloud computing is spreading your data among multiple physical servers – data management can be difficult. 

This 20/20 webcast will look at how data is managed, performance is monitored and analytics are collected and normalized across the cloud infrastructure. It will also look at how security operations are managed and executed in this ever-changing environment.

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Networking and security – Bury the hatchet in the cloud

Join us to find out why joining forces with your networking manager may be the best thing for your security team right now.

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Sponsored by: Cisco

Networking and security – Bury the hatchet in the cloud
Are network operations and security teams burying the hatchet? 
 
According to the 2018 Enterprise Network Management Megatrends report, 91 percent of network operations teams have established formal collaboration with the security team.
 
Enterprises around the globe are grappling with the transition to the cloud and what that means for networking and security practices. 
 
After years of being at odds, shared goals have brought these teams together. Aligning efforts is leading to risk reduction, cost containment, improved performance, and better security.
 
Join us to find out why joining forces with your networking manager may be the best thing for your security team right now.

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The impact of unsecured digital identities

Uncover the real costs of unsecured identities, and how building a case using compelling data can help you better protect your organization.

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Sponsored by: Keyfactor

The impact of unsecured digital identities

Between tracking devices and certificates, getting ahead of cert expirations, and preventing outages – all with limited resources and funding – it’s not easy to feel confident that you’re doing all you can to reduce the risk of a breach or downtime.

Keyfactor’s 2019 study with the Ponemon Institute, The Impact of Unsecured Digital Identities, is the first report of its kind to provide data on the risks that unmanaged certificates pose. And it shows the business impact – to your brand, customer retention and productivity – that will earn the attention of senior executives.

Join industry expert Larry Ponemon and Keyfactor’s CSO Chris Hickman to learn more about what they’ve uncovered, the real costs of unsecured identities, and how building a case using compelling data can help you better protect your organization.

Fascinating findings include:

  • Respondents experienced an average of four unplanned outages due to certificate expiration in the past two years at an average cost of $11.1M
  • 65% of respondents are adding additional layers of encryption technologies to comply with regulations & policies
  • 61% of companies are not confident they’re able to secure keys and certificates from generation to revocation 
As an attendee, you’ll receive a free copy of the report which you can share with your team and leadership.

Vendor Webcast

Undetected malware: The ticking time bomb in your network

An Accenture report found that in 2017 there were 130 large-scale targeted breaches in the US ­­­­– a number growing by 27% per year.

So how can a security team proactively search out and eliminate this undetected malware?

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Sponsored by: Reversing Labs

Undetected malware: The ticking time bomb in your network

With all the security defenses organizations have in place, it is a wonder that cyberattacks still get through, but they do.

An Accenture report found that in 2017 there were 130 large-scale targeted breaches in the US ­­­­– a number growing by 27% per year. These attacks go undetected for months, and once detected, take weeks and hundreds of thousands of dollars to contain.

So how can a security team proactively search out and eliminate this undetected malware?

Join us as we discuss:

  • The limitations of existing security infrastructure and why malware and malicious code infections continue to rise
  • How automated static analysis offers greater visibility to advanced malware attacks
  • A before-and-after case study of an “unknown PDF” attachment to a phishing attack email

20/20 webcast

User education: The key to the malware and credential theft explosion

This 20/20 webcast will look at how to educate users to be that last line of intelligent defense, that is smarter than the technology and how to teach them to recognize phishing and other potential threats that was clever enough to get past our technological best efforts.

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Sponsored by: Cofense

User education: The key to the malware and credential theft explosion

We’ve heard it from the experts time and time again – the user is the last line of defense for information security.

The problem, of course, is that users often expect and assume that the first, second, and third lines of defense – the company’s security technology – has already stopped threats and attacks before they even get to the users’ systems.

We in the industry know this isn’t always accurate, but how do you explain that to users?

That’s exactly what we plan to address in this 20/20 webcast – how to educate users to be that last line of intelligent defense, that is smarter than the technology; we’ll talk about how to teach them to recognize phishing and other potential threats that was clever enough to get past our technological best efforts.

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ATT&CK™ deep dive: Lateral movement

Join us for a deep dive into the MITRE ATT&CK™ framework and lateral movement. 

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Sponsored by: Carbon Black

ATT&CK™ deep dive: Lateral movement
Emotet has been big news for years, with research outlets regularly taking fresh looks at the malware as it evolves to infect organizations of all sizes. The trojan moves laterally to target employees’ banking credentials or deliver other malware. 
 
Join us for a deep dive into the MITRE ATT&CK™ framework and lateral movement. 
 
This ATT&CK™ Deep Dive will walk through how to:
  • Detect and respond to tactics in the Emotet malware family
  • Apply detection strategies to find other threats
  • Build your detection program with similar repeatable processes

Vendor Webcast

Best practices for complying with application security regulations for financial services

How to navigate key financial compliance requirements and regulations through application security and secure development.

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Sponsored by: Veracode

Best practices for complying with application security regulations for financial services

Over the past several years, the financial industry has issued regulations addressing cybersecurity and information security controls. As a result, enterprises within the industry are now holding their software vendors accountable for meeting standard application security policies.

Most organizations are still dealing with manual processes and arduous penetration testing, and therefore demonstrating compliance via minimal documentation. As a result, these organizations and their suppliers are at risk of noncompliance, and worse, of breach.

Tune in to this webcast where Chris Wysopal, Chief Technology Officer and Co-Founder at Veracode, will discuss how to navigate key financial compliance requirements and regulations through application security and secure development.

Specifically he will discuss:

  • The impact of recent major regulations – the EU General Data Protection Regulation (EU GDPR) and NY State Department of Financial Services (NY DFS) Cybersecurity Regulations – on application security standards and secure development practices

  • How to get started with secure development practices in order to effectively navigate these requirements

  • How to build a software development process that has continuous security, is measurable, and is transparent

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The Pilot’s Checklist: Cover your six

Explore the art of systemically identifying gaps before it’s too late

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Sponsored by: Carbon Black

The Pilot’s Checklist: Cover your six

More and more often, we hear about another high-profile cybersecurity breach or ransomware attack at a large, well-known organization.

When it comes to nailing security fundamentals and suppressing operational risk, security professionals today can learn a thing or two from the elite pilots that have dominated the skies since World War II.

Join us and Carbon Black Security Strategist Jason Madey as we walk you through the pilot’s checklist and discuss how a forty-thousand-foot view keeps your organization safer from cyberattacks. In this webcast you’ll learn:

  • How to keep your fleet in line with unfiltered visibility
  • The art of systemically identifying gaps before it’s too late
  • What historical approaches for suppressing risk mean for us today

Vendor Webcast

Debunking the top 5 myths about SIEM

Uncover the truth about the capabilities a SIEM can provide, how a SIEM can help you address security and compliance and what it takes to manage one.

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Sponsored by: IBM

Debunking the top 5 myths about SIEM

Do you ever hear conflicting opinions about SIEMs and wonder what to believe? There are some common myths and misconceptions about SIEM solutions that we want to dispel.

In this webcast, we will provide the truth about the capabilities a SIEM can provide, how a SIEM can help you address security and compliance and what it takes to manage one.

You’ll hear security experts review:

  • Popular SIEM myths and common misconceptions
  • Why you should leverage a modern SIEM for a proactive security posture
  • What to expect from a modern SIEM platform today

20/20 webcast

The art of cyberwar

This 20/20 webcast looks at the motivations of cybercriminals, the kinds of vulnerabilities they are looking for in your network, and why it is essential for companies to understand and acknowledge their own limitations and how they can address those challenges in order to gain the upper hand over potential attackers.

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Sponsored by: Thycotic

The art of cyberwar

The ancient Chinese General Sun Tzu famously wrote about how to win military encounters by knowing your enemy.

Millennia later, his lessons about knowing your cyberenemy are just as valid as his military tactics from 2500 years ago.

This 20/20 webcast looks at the motivations of cybercriminals, the kinds of vulnerabilities they are looking for in your network, and why it is essential for companies to understand and acknowledge their own limitations and how they can address those challenges in order to gain the upper hand over potential attackers.

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Today’s balancing act: Security & flexibility

Explore how a sound cloud security strategy can help better defend against security threats, simplify security and support user demands. 

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Sponsored by: Cisco

Today’s balancing act: Security & flexibility

As core enterprise apps and services move to the cloud, you need to protect access across all devices, office locations, and roaming users — even when they’re off VPN.

Nowhere is this more apparent than in the consulting industry. While comfort levels with cloud services are on the rise, complexity persists regarding visibility and control.

If you’re struggling with how to balance flexibility with the need to safeguard company and client data against malware and risk of exposure, join us on Wednesday, February 27th.

Our guest speaker, Joseph Paradi, Sr. Director ITS Infrastructure at Avanade, will discuss how a sound cloud security strategy can help better defend against security threats, simplify security and support user demands.

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How to select and evaluate endpoint security products

Uncover why 8 percent of security and IT professionals do not feel adequately prepared to defend their organizations.

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Sponsored by: Carbon Black

How to select and evaluate endpoint security products

93 percent of organizations are targets on non-malware attacks. At the same time, attackers are innovating faster than traditional defenses can keep up.

It’s no wonder 8 percent of security and IT professionals do not feel adequately prepared to defend their organizations.

It’s time for a new approach to endpoint security. But with so many offerings what should you buy?

During this webcast you’ll learn:

  • How to determine the capabilities you need to address the problems you face
  • The top questions you should ask an endpoint security vendor to understand the nuances of their approach
  • How next-generation endpoint security can help you prevent, detect, and respond to threats

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Key considerations for improving your threat detection and response strategy

Join us as we discuss the results of the 2019 Threat Detection and Response Survey and how the findings can inform threat detection and response for CISOs in the year to come.

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Sponsored by: Fidelis

Key considerations for improving your threat detection and response strategy

As adversaries continue to have success, more organizations have recognized the need to implement a threat detection and response strategy. However, with an expanding attack surface, lack of skilled resources, and blind spots across the environment, this is a huge challenge to overcome.

That’s why Fidelis commissioned research firm ESG to conduct a survey that would identify the key challenges that cybersecurity professionals are facing when approaching threat detection and response today, and what trends and strategies are forming as a result.

Join us as Senior Principal Analyst and ESG Fellow, Jon Olstik and Fidelis Threat Research Director, Danny Pickens along with SOC Operations expert, Travis Aldrich, discuss the results of the 2019 Threat Detection and Response Survey. We’ll be considering the implications of the results and how these findings can inform threat detection and response for CISOs in the year to come.

Key themes covered will include:

  • Threat hunting in a detection and response strategy
  • Threat intelligence reigning supreme as an EDR attribute
  • Point products vs. consolidated solutions
  • Detection and response and dealing with the skills shortage

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Cybersecurity metrics – Visibility to make the right decisions

Learn how you can be confident in not just making decisions, but the right ones with data backing you.

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Sponsored by: Sumo Logic

Cybersecurity metrics – Visibility to make the right decisions

In cybersecurity, organizations are often blind and making decisions with no real data or understanding of their environment.

How do you even really know if you’re making the right decision? Is it just a flick of the wrist or is based off of what you had at breakfast? To win in cybersecurity, you must have real-time visibility into threats.

This webcast will discuss how you can be confident in not just making decisions, but the right ones with data backing you.

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The 2019 security strategy from the former CSO of Facebook and Uber

Uncover the major security risks to prepare for in 2019

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Sponsored by: CloudFlare

The 2019 security strategy from the former CSO of Facebook and Uber

How are you planning to secure your employees, your company, and your customers in 2019?

Prior to joining Cloudflare as its Chief Security Officer (CSO) in 2018, Joe Sullivan spent 5+ years as CSO for Facebook and 2.5 years as CSO for Uber. He also previously held security and legal roles at PayPal and eBay and served on the Obama Administration as a member of the Commission on Enhancing National Cybersecurity.

With over a decade of experience from some of the world’s most influential companies, Joe will share the core strategies he is taking to help protect Cloudflare and, as a result, its 12M domains who rely on its services for security and performance.

Join us learn:

  • Major security risks to prepare for in 2019
  • The plan to improve internal discipline around “incident response”
  • The critical shift in thinking and strategy around the world becoming “borderless”
  • The “security maturity model” to evaluate and plan the security roadmap

If you and your team are in the middle of planning how to maintain and improve your security posture for 2019, sign up to attend now. Attendees will also get a copy of the actual Security Maturity Model you can use with your own team.

20/20 webcast

Through the DNS looking glass

This 20/20 webcast looks at the state of the art of DNS security, how things are changing and what CISOs need to know to help them sleep at night.

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Sponsored by: Nominet

Through the DNS looking glass

There are no shortages of network security tools. For years we have been able to slice and dice the network, finding new ways not only secure the network, but also open vulnerabilities to those whose singular goal is to defeat our best security efforts.

One of the vital organs of the network is the Domain Name System, which maintains records on which device is doing what on the network, how often, what assets they access, and all kinds of data essential for an attacker.

This webcast looks at the state of the art of DNS security, how things are changing and what CISOs need to know to help them sleep at night.

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Resilience is not futile: How to make life harder for hackers and fight back against attacks

This 20/20 webcast looks at how you can build a resilient response plan and team.

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Sponsored by: Capsule8

Resilience is not futile: How to make life harder for hackers and fight back against attacks

Not every company is able to survive a breach or disaster.

Poor planning, such as having your server backups in the same general area as your data center after an earthquake or flood, or a poorly defined incident response plan could lead to a company not being able to restore their systems after a breach or natural disaster.

Also, having all of your disaster recovery and business continuity capabilities in your physical data center could put you at greater risk.

This 20/20 webcast looks at how you can build a resilient response plan and team.

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Stop parasites on your network

Unwanted applications can hide for months or even years at a time on organizations’ networks — potentially causing security, compliance and performance risks.

So what should you do?

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Sponsored by: Sophos

Stop parasites on your network

Unwanted applications can hide for months or even years at a time on organizations’ networks — potentially causing security, compliance and performance risks.

And in many cases next-gen firewalls can’t identify and block them. So what should you do?

Join this informative webcast to see:

  • Common types of hidden apps and the problems they cause
  • Why most modern firewalls can’t identify them
  • How to solve the problem with Synchronized App Control

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The beginner’s guide to building your incident response playbook

Learn how to combine comprehensive intelligence gathering, incident management, workflows, and analytics to implement SOAR successfully at your organization.

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Sponsored by: DomainTools

The beginner’s guide to building your incident response playbook

Cybersecurity as an industry is seeing an ever increasing number in relation to our skills gap according to the recent ISC2 research, Cybersecurity Workforce Study, that states the shortage of cybersecurity professionals around the globe is nearing 3 million.

As these roles go unfilled, our practitioners are finding themselves increasingly unable to meet the needs of their organizations as severe/critical incidents rise to an average of 224 per day according to the 2018 EMA Megatrends Report.

Security Orchestration, Automation, and Response (SOAR) has the ability to help organizations with security processes, automation of specific actions, and intelligently inform teams, with the end goal of efficiency.

Join us to learn how to combine comprehensive intelligence gathering, incident management, workflows, and analytics to implement SOAR successfully at your organization.  

In this webcast you will learn:

  • Strategies to build out complementary datasets with your SOAR tools
  • Best practices in the deployment and use of SOAR tools
  • Real world examples of leveraging playbooks

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Checkmate: A lesson in vulnerability management strategy

Unlock actionable advice for building your vulnerability management program. 

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Sponsored by: Rapid7

Checkmate: A lesson in vulnerability management strategy

The game of Chess originated in India around the 6th century AD. The purpose was believed to be for developing battle strategies, which is exactly what we do in cyber security.

Chess helps improve mental abilities such as problem solving, critical thinking, pattern recognition, planning ahead, focus and concentration. This is the same mindset we strive for as IT professionals, specifically in vulnerability management. The vulnerability management goal is easy. It’s the surrounding problems, patterns and planning that makes it difficult.

In this webcast, we will discuss thinking strategically of your vulnerability management program as a chess game. Our expert speaker, Nadean Tanner, will share actionable advice for building your vulnerability management program. 

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The business benefits of switching to endpoint security in the cloud

According to a Forrester study, organizations who switch to Predictive Security Cloud (PSC), a next-generation endpoint protection platform, can realize significant business benefits and cost savings.

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Sponsored by: Carbon Black

The business benefits of switching to endpoint security in the cloud

Endpoints are the front line of defense against cybercriminals, but traditional endpoint security is failing to protect from attacks. In fact, more than 50% of organizations surveyed in 2017 experienced a data breach.

According to a recent Forrester study, organizations who switch to Predictive Security Cloud (PSC), a next-generation endpoint protection platform, can realize significant business benefits and cost savings. The study focuses on replacing traditional endpoint security with NGAV and EDR on the PSC.

Join us, along with guest speaker Kathleen Byrne, Senior Consultant at Forrester, as we share the results of the study.

You will learn:

  • Forrester’s methodology and key findings
  • The quantifiable benefits participants in the study achieved by switching to the PSC, including better protection, improved visibility into threats, and faster response times
  • A framework you can use to evaluate the potential ROI your organization can achieve with the PSC

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Advance your threat hunting and incident response

Learn how you can correlate and visualize comprehensive information about endpoint events, giving you greater visibility into your environments.

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Sponsored by: Carbon Black

Advance your threat hunting and incident response

Today, attackers can compromise your environment in an hour or less. You need the power to respond and remediate in real time, stopping active attacks and repairing damage quickly.

Investigations that typically take days or weeks can now be completed in just minutes.

Learn how you can correlate and visualize comprehensive information about endpoint events, giving you greater visibility into your environments.

Join us as we:

  • Discover what happened at every stage of an attack with intuitive attack chain visualizations
  • Uncover advanced threats, minimize attacker dwell time, and prevent lateral movement
  • Automatically collect and store detailed forensic data for post-incident investigation
  • Use open APIs and out-of-the-box integrations to correlate data across your security stack

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Building a modern threat detection program: Where to begin?

The top threats industries face today—with an industry vertical breakdown

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Sponsored by: Rapid7

Building a modern threat detection program: Where to begin?

If you’re building out a strategy to find a compromise as it happens, it’s not a simple process. You need to map out the most likely threats to your organization, ensure you’re collecting the right security data, and make sure your team has the bandwidth, expertise—and confidence—to take action when evil appears on your network.

Join us for this webcast where we will cover:

  • The top threats industries face today—with an industry vertical breakdown
  • The data sources you need to collect and analyze
  • The structure & processes behind global SOCs
  • In-house SOC or MSSP? Properly assessing total cost of ownership and the hidden costs that lurk beneath.

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Adaptive defenses: The immunology of cyber resilience

Uncover why tactics – not tools – are key to cyber resilience.

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Sponsored by: SecureWorks

Adaptive defenses: The immunology of cyber resilience

The exponential growth of the data economy demonstrates the increased value organizations place on digital information and reinforces the critical need for security to keep pace with the digital transformation.

Imagine a world where your cybersecurity system interacts with a software-driven ecosystem, and where learning models power software-driven detections and actions to deliver an ongoing defense. Then peer further into the future of a software derived ecosystem that provides ongoing resiliency and improves immunity to unknown cyber threats.

In our January 22 webcast, Secureworks CTO Jon Ramsey will walk through the biological equivalent of a future-proof security system that evolves at the speed and scale of digital transformation.

What You Will Learn:

  • How Secureworks’ network effect provides broad and diversified visibility into the global threat landscape
  • Why tactics – not tools – are key to cyber resilience
  • How the security space and Secureworks are moving toward adaptive defense

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Hybrid defense: How to defeat 2019’s biggest threats

Discover major industry trends like machine learning and security orchestration, automation, and response (SOAR), and also dive into how three key innovations—hybrid AI, hybrid cloud security, and hybrid IT teams— enable any organization to deploy world-class defenses.

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Sponsored by: Arctic Wolf

Hybrid defense: How to defeat 2019’s biggest threats

There’s one certainty in cybersecurity: 2019’s attacks are going to be even worse than the ones we’ve faced. So, how are cybersecurity experts gearing up to meet these new challenges? 

In this webcast, we will address major industry trends like machine learning and security orchestration, automation, and response (SOAR), and also dive into how three key innovations—hybrid AI, hybrid cloud security, and hybrid IT teams— enable any organization to deploy world-class defenses.

We’ll discuss how:

  • Human-AI hybrid technology delivers security that’s more than the sum of its parts
  • Managed detection and response (MDR) is rising to the challenge of new hybrid-cloud architectures for business
  • SOC-as-a-service is transcending the challenges posed by both in-house and traditional consulting staffing strategies

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Using a next gen WAF to effectively protect APIs & microservices

Expose the common challenges faced by application security teams to protect APIs and microservices, and how they differ from standard, legacy applications.  

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Sponsored by: Threat X

Using a next gen WAF to effectively protect APIs & microservices

APIs have become a strategic necessity for conducting business due to the agility, innovation, and automation they enable. While 90% of the business reaps the benefits of this technology, the security teams are often exposed to a slew of new challenges that can’t be solved by long-standing security tools and strategies.

Unfortunately, the bulk of application security solutions are stuck in the dark ages, using bloated appliance or virtual appliance-based approaches that can’t automatically scale up and down with the application and don’t support automated deployments that are already built into the DevOps toolbox. It’s often like fitting a round peg into a square hole…it’s not going to work without some level of adaptation.  

For infinite scale, you want to tightly couple the deployment of security with your app. This demands a lot from your security strategy and your WAF. So, what are the characteristics of a WAF that matches this type of design? In this webcast, we will address 8 key elements of an API and microservices friendly web application firewall solution, including:  

  •    The ability to be centrally managed  
  •    Lightweight to allow linear scale 
  •    Support a robust API 

The experts will also expose the common challenges faced by application security teams to protect APIs and microservices, and how they differ from standard, legacy applications.  

20/20 webcast

Locking down vulnerabilities

This 20/20 webcast will look at how companies can determine what and where each device is located — be it in the cloud or on prem — where and how in those devices or platform the security vulnerabilities present themselves, and most important, how to determine the priority for what needs to be addressed now and what can wait until later.

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Sponsored by: Skybox

Locking down vulnerabilities

Managing vulnerabilities is sometimes considered the secret sauce of keeping companies secure.

First, of course, companies need to know what they have and where they have it. That’s a bigger challenge than you think, considering your “resources” might not actually be something you can access, such as a cloud infrastructure.

Next is distinguishing what is and is not a vulnerability. Once you identify a vulnerability, then comes the magic part: knowing which vulnerabilities need to be addressed immediately and which can be set aside for later.

This 20/20 webcast will look at how companies can determine what and where each device is located — be it in the cloud or on prem — where and how in those devices or platform the security vulnerabilities present themselves, and most important, how to determine the priority for what needs to be addressed now and what can wait until later.

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Enable secure branch transformation

Learn how you can enable secure branch transformation from the branch to cloud edge – without gaps.

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Sponsored by: Cisco

Enable secure branch transformation

In today’s business environment, branch offices are more important than ever. For the average enterprise, branches generate the vast majority of revenue, but security at the branch remains limited.

As networks become more decentralized and users connect directly to SaaS applications, backhauling all traffic to apply security policy can be expensive, create performance issues and lead to a poor user experience.

So how can you reduce costs, improve security measures and improve application performance without introducing risk from direct internet access?

Join us to learn how you can enable secure branch transformation from the branch to cloud edge – without gaps.

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Accelerated security through cloud adoption

Learn from industry experts about common cloud adoption challenges and best practices for securing organic growth without hampering the gains that users are realizing.

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Sponsored by: Dropbox

Accelerated security through cloud adoption

Today’s cloud adoption is not only driven by the transformations happening across the IT landscape, but also the organic adoption by users where they are driving workflows that make them most productive.  Dropbox has been at the forefront of these converging trends, helping millions stay in sync and protecting important data on behalf of users and their associated organizations.

Come learn from industry experts about common cloud adoption challenges and best practices for securing organic growth without hampering the gains that users are realizing. We’ll talk about getting over the “cloud trust hump”, implementing identity and monitoring solutions that will give you the control and visibility needed for compliance, and flips IT/security from the voice of “No” to hero status.

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Slaying the beast! Getting your arms around your vulnerability management program

Take a closer look at why most security teams need vulnerability management, who to work with to get it done, and strategies to reduce the workload.

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Sponsored by: Rapid7

Slaying the beast! Getting your arms around your vulnerability management program

Security isn’t just about boundaries and defenses. Maintenance, especially in the form of patching, mitigation and threat reduction, are often just as important as a solid set of firewall rules for reducing an attacker’s ability to compromise your systems or networks.

For most security departments, this maintenance comes in the form of a vulnerability management program. Typically, these include patching, scanning, testing, mitigation- when they’re done properly, they can prevent incidents before they happen. Vulnerability management is the key to a strong security program in any enterprise, but it’s also a lot of work.

In this webcast, we’ll talk about why most security teams need vulnerability management, who to work with to get it done, and strategies to reduce the workload.

Editorial webcast

Wake up and smell the cyber attack

This webcast looks at some of the most popular retail targets and provides insights on how to defend against the ever-present web-based cyberattacker.

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Sponsored by: Cisco

Wake up and smell the cyber attack

For many retails, the holiday season is like printing money. According to the National Retail Federation, some retailers earn 30 percent of their annual revenue during the season. While the FBI’s IC3 database doesn’t break out crimes by month, its 2017 report shows increases in business email compromises (CEO Fraud), ransomware, and tech support fraud. The FBI reports it received more than 800 complaints on average per day.

Among the sites consumers will face during the holidays are fake retail web sites that actually are malware watering holes, spear phishing emails that drive targets to fake banking or financial services, and ransomware attacks that focus on the servers of web-based retail businesses that get the bulk of their revenue. Add on top of that the political turmoil gripping the nation and sites that purports to raise money for popular causes and now you have all the ingredients for a fraud-filled holiday bonanza.

This webcast looks at some of the most popular retail targets and provides insights on how to defend against the ever-present web-based cyberattacker.

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A look back at attacks – The worst vulnerabilities and breaches in 2018 and what lies ahead

This webcast will discuss some of the worst breaches and attacks in 2018, some continuing breaches from years past that have yet to be stamped out, and what’s on the horizon in 2019.

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Sponsored by: Capsule8

A look back at attacks – The worst vulnerabilities and breaches in 2018 and what lies ahead

The year kicked off with a full-on security meltdown when Meltdown and Spectre hit the scene. It was all downhill from there, from Saks to Panera to now Facebook (again), this webcast will discuss some of the worst breaches and attacks in 2018, some continuing breaches from years past that have yet to be stamped out, and what’s on the horizon in 2019.

We also will look at types of attacks and potential targets, how to prepare yourself, and potential legal ramifications for failing to protect customers’ privacy.

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Getting more from less: 4 ways replacing AV with a security platform can help you

Take a look at the current state of security and why adding more point solutions isn’t always better

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Sponsored by: Carbon Black

Getting more from less: 4 ways replacing AV with a security platform can help you

The threat landscape is growing increasingly sophisticated and is bypassing traditional antivirus. To combat this, IT and security professionals are adding products to their security stack.

48% of organizations are using more than 25 different discrete or point security tools to manage, investigate, and respond to security threats. Each has its own endpoint agent, dataset, console, and back end. The result is a lot of complexity to manage and not enough efficacy.

It doesn’t have to be this way. You can get more from less. What if it was possible to have a single platform that simplified your security stack and improved your protection?

Join us as we discuss:

  • The current state of security and why adding more point solutions isn’t always better
  • How replacing traditional antivirus with consolidated endpoint security in the cloud can improve your protection and simplify your operations
  • How to make it easier for you to prevent, investigate, remediate and hunt for threats
20/20 webcast

The risky business of risk management

This 20/20 webcast looks at the changing face of risk management and how companies address both the vertical and horizontal risk challenges they deal with on a daily basis.

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Sponsored by: RSA

The risky business of risk management

When it comes to governance, risk and compliance, getting all the key players and their requisite technologies to play together nicely can be a challenge.

The CIO wants the trains to run on time while the CISO is more concerned with security than with operations. Add the risk and compliance responsibilities into the mix and now you have a lot of cooks stirring a big cauldron called managing risk.

This 20/20 webcast looks at the changing face of risk management and how companies address both the vertical and horizontal risk challenges they deal with on a daily basis.

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Destructive cyberattacks are on the rise

Gain visibility into the collective experience and insight from nearly 40 leading IR organizations.

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Sponsored by: Carbon Black

Destructive cyberattacks are on the rise

According to the world’s top incident response (IR) professionals, politically motivated cyberattacks from nation-state actors have contributed to an ominous increase in destructive attacks: attacks that are tailored to specific targets, cause system outages, and destroy data in ways designed to paralyze an organization’s operations.

At stake is not only significant financial loss, but also the trustworthiness of the country’s political institutions.

Join Carbon Black’s Chief Cybersecurity Officer, Tom Kellermann, and Security Strategist, Rick McElroy, as they review and discuss the latest findings from Carbon Black’s Quarterly Incident Response Threat Report(QIRTR), including:

  • How nefarious cyber criminals use the dark web to access voter databases and purchase hackers for hire
  • How these attackers use counter incident response, lateral movement and island hopping to remain undetected
  • How enterprise IoT devices are being exploited

In this webcast, you’ll gain visibility into the collective experience and insight from nearly 40 leading IR organizations who participated in Carbon Black’s quarterly report.

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The DLP dilemma: Why most data loss prevention deployments aren’t working

Uncover best practices and modern capabilities around encrypting your most important data

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Sponsored by: Proofpoint

The DLP dilemma: Why most data loss prevention deployments aren’t working

For most information security professionals, the central link in the security chain is also the weakest: your people. With data as the lifeblood of organizations big and small, how can you keep your data secure, while also allowing your people the access they need to be productive?

Join us as we discuss:

  • Taking a threat aware analysis to provide modern DLP for email, cloud and data at rest
  • Best practices and modern capabilities around encrypting your most important data
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Skill sharpening @ the CyberRange: Developing the next generation blue team

This webcast will introduce you to a modern range, survey best of breed tools and capabilities and highlight how a range can support skill development for the blue team operator.

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Sponsored by: Regent University

Skill sharpening @ the CyberRange: Developing the next generation blue team

How do you gain defender skills? Do you know exactly how offense should inform defense? Are you learning on the job in the heat of the moment? How do you measure outcomes and ensure success?

Blue team cyber operations skill development depends on reusable, repeatable and measurable scenarios that reflect complex networks to pit the blue team against a modern attacker. It isn’t enough to take a class and run through a lab. Attackers and red teams have dozens of options (including your network), and so does the blue team. Only a cyber range can get you there, but it’s much more than a few virtual machines. It’s about achieving a real outcome: a trained operator, armed with tools, techniques and practices so that they can get in the hunt. 

This webcast will introduce you to a modern range, survey best of breed tools and capabilities and highlight how a range can support skill development for the blue team operator.

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Containing insider threats through user-centric machine learning and AI

Explore the role of user-centric AI and machine learning to enable secure data sharing and collaboration across complex enterprise organizations while proactively detecting and preventing unintentional and malicious insider threats.

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Sponsored by: egress

Containing insider threats through user-centric machine learning and AI

Despite increasing investment in cybersecurity tools, there’s been a significant increase in data breaches, compliance violations and their related costs, specifically those relating to inside threats: accidental loss, misdirected content, and the malicious insider. These types of incidents contribute up to 80% of all breached records and are often the result of human error when handling sensitive data — mistakes that traditional tools are unable to identify and address.

This webcast will explore the role of user-centric AI and machine learning to enable secure data sharing and collaboration across complex enterprise organizations, such as financial organizations and local government, while proactively detecting and preventing unintentional and malicious insider threats.

We will cover:

  • How machine learning and AI can proactively detect user behavior anomalies
  • How enterprises and government organizations are using these technologies and techniques to proactively prevent insider threats and maintain compliance
  • How to develop an automated, self-learning process that analyzes your organization’s risk and compliance posture to drive a policy-based workflow process for data protection and data privacy

20/20 webcast

Zero day and counting

This webcast will take a look at the how companies are still fighting the battle of zero days disclosed months or even years ago, the fallacy of the patch, and why continued detection is important. 

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Sponsored by: Capsule8

Zero day and counting

When a zero-day vulnerability hits the headlines, alarms sound throughout the industry to figure out how to protect themselves against it. How do we detect it? How will this impact our customers?

But long after the frenzy dies down and attention has moved on to the next vulnerability or breach, the true impact of that zero day can take hold.

Take Heartbleed for example – the vulnerability was introduced in April 2014 but companies are not only still vulnerable, but facing serious security implications. Patching has proven to be both resource and cost intensive, and often is not effective.

This webcast will take a look at the how companies are still fighting the battle of zero days disclosed months or even years ago, the fallacy of the patch, and why continued detection is important. 

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Hello direct internet access; hello risk

Learn how to gain better performance and more security effectiveness for your branch offices.

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Sponsored by: Cisco

Hello direct internet access; hello risk

Business today happens at the branch. But where does IT work? Typically, not at the branch. So enterprises struggle to manage nontraditional users and even more connected devices across disparate branch locations.

As direct internet access increases, the risk of exposure to critical business resources rises. At the same time, application usage via multiple clouds (Office 365, G-suite, etc.) challenges the existing network architecture.

What does this add up to? Pressure for IT staff as they struggle to reduce costs, improve security measures, and application performance.

Join us to learn how to gain better performance and more security effectiveness for your branch offices.

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Shift left then shift up: Strengthening your security posture

Learn why Shifting Up provides improved security and cost efficiency in cloud-native environments

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Sponsored by: Aqua Security

Shift left then shift up: Strengthening your security posture

The concept of “shift left” engages security earlier in the development cycle of cloud-native applications, accelerating development while reducing risk.

However, migrating to cloud-native environments also necessitates the security team to “shift up”, focusing on the application layer to account for the shared-service model and “thin OS” environments that are prevalent in these environments.

Join us for this webcast to learn why Shifting Up provides improved security and cost efficiency in cloud-native environments, including: 
•       Container environments
•       Containers as a Service (CaaS)
•       Serverless implementations

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Assessing risk in an IT System

Learn the importance of sensitive data discovery, and how having the right security configuration, patching, user management, and access controls in place can reduce your risk and improve your ability to comply with data privacy laws and regulations.

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Sponsored by: Oracle

Assessing risk in an IT System

Many organizations don’t really know how much and what type of sensitive data they have.  They may not know how all their systems are configured – and more importantly, where those configurations introduce unnecessary risk.

Francis Bacon once said “Knowledge is power” —  this webcast will show you how to gain the power of knowledge about your environment.  You’ll learn the importance of sensitive data discovery, and how having the right security configuration, patching, user management, and access controls in place can reduce your risk and improve your ability to comply with data privacy laws and regulations.

20/20 webcast

Phishing: Sinister or simply good business (for the cyberattacker)

This 20/20 webcast focuses on the realities of phishing and recommends defenses you can use to reduce your risk and make it a less profitable business for the attackers.

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Sponsored by: Cofense

Phishing: Sinister or simply good business (for the cyberattacker)

We hear horror stories about users clicking on some malware-enabled payload and all of a sudden all of the codes for their hardware security fobs are stolen or a business email compromise (CEO fraud) attack has been launched. Unfortunately, these stories are true.

Phishing and its cousins, spear phishing, vishing, smishing, pharming, and whaling are all serious security concerns, but are they cyber-Armageddon?

This 20/20 webcast focuses on the realities of phishing and recommends defenses you can use to reduce your risk and make it a less profitable business for the attackers.

Vendor Webcast

Using the ATT&CK™ framework to mature your threat hunting program

Learn how to use ATT&CK to increase the efficacy of your threat hunting program

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Sponsored by: Carbon Black

Using the ATT&CK™ framework to mature your threat hunting program

Every threat hunt starts with intelligence. As one of the industry’s most comprehensive knowledge bases for adversary behavior, ATT&CK provides a structure for hunters to build their hypotheses and search for threats.

Join Carbon Black, Red Canary and MITRE for “Using the ATT&CK framework to mature your threat hunting program” to learn how to use ATT&CK to:

  • Increase the efficacy of your threat hunting program
  • Hunt for adversary tactics and techniques across the ATT&CK matrix
  • Develop a hypothesis and test it against known techniques
  • Obtain a broader set of evidence by hunting for adversarial techniques rather than specific signatures

20/20 webcast

First responders

This 20/20 webcast looks at the steps you need to take, along with steps you must avoid at all costs, in order to eradicate the breach.

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Sponsored by: IBM

First responders

A data breach has many traits in common with cancer. Discovered early, you might be able to minimize its impact.

Using the right therapies you can minimize its ability to spread, giving you a fighting chance to eradicate the disease. It’s all about how quickly the disease is correctly identified and what you do immediately.

With a data breach, it’s called incident response. What do you do first? What do you never do? How can you contain the breach so that your systems are permanently infected?

This 20/20 webcast looks at the steps you need to take, along with steps you must avoid at all costs, in order to eradicate the breach.

20/20 webcast

Configuring risk

This 20/20 webcast explores configuration risk challenges in-depth and discusses how organizations can leverage existing GRC security strategies to address and reduce configuration risk.

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Sponsored by: Lockpath

Configuring risk

We talk a lot about risk management as part of an overall GRC security strategy, but for this webcast, we’ll focus on one specific area: configuration risk.

Of all the types of security risks companies face, configuration risk is one of the most prevalent; it touches all company assets and affects all parts of the business, however, managing these risks is often deprioritized or overlooked.

There are three main challenges organizations face when evaluating and managing misconfigurations: how to obtain a holistic and accurate view of company assets, how much risk does each misconfiguration pose to the company, and how to communicate these risks to other parts of the business for remediation escalation.

This 20/20 webcast explores these challenges in-depth and discusses how organizations can leverage existing GRC security strategies to address and reduce configuration risk.

Vendor Webcast

The SecOps imperative: How to bridge the security and operations gap

A discussion about the increasing need for security & IT operations teams to modernize existing endpoint security programs by including real-time query and remediation capabilities in their primary security stack

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Sponsored by: Carbon Black

The SecOps imperative: How to bridge the security and operations gap

According to ESG research, 72% of organizations believe that security operations were more difficult in July 2017 than they were two years earlier.

These difficulties stem from security & IT operations teams lacking a reliable way to assess the current state of endpoints across their enterprise. This lack of real-time visibility leads to increased risk of breach, inability to make informed remediation decisions, and unnecessary spending on infrastructure maintenance.

Join the discussion with Jon Oltsik, Sr. Principal Analyst and Fellow at Enterprise Strategy Group, about the increasing need for security & IT operations teams to modernize existing endpoint security programs by including real-time query and remediation capabilities in their primary security stack.

We will discuss:

  • The need to bridge the gap between security and IT operations with shared toolsets, share goals, and shared priorities
  • Why IT hygiene and proactive vulnerability assessment are now vital aspects of any successful endpoint security program
  • How you can leverage real-time query and remediation tools to get a better understanding of the current state of your endpoints

DemoCast webcast

Making threat hunting a reality with metadata and automation

A discussion and demonstration of how to hunt for threats using metadata and automation.

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Sponsored by: Fidelis

Making threat hunting a reality with metadata and automation

Traditional security has focused on preventive defenses, but data breaches continue to occur despite the many security tools deployed. With cybercriminals and nation states continuing to innovate and find ways to bypass defenses, organizations continue to be in a reactive mode. Threat hunting flips this model on its head and searches for unknown threats. However threat hunting is hard to do, requiring the right data, tools and expertise.

Join cybersecurity experts for a discussion and demonstration of how to hunt for threats using metadata and automation. We will debunk some of the myths associated with threat hunting and provide strategies to effectively build an effective practice.
Attendees can expect to learn:

• The difference between threat detection and threat hunting, and what expertise is required
• The importance of having the right data for real-time and retrospective analysis
• How to carry out an effective hunt starting with the unknown
• Automating data collection, investigation steps, and response
• The best option for your organization – whether it be product or service

In addition, attendees will see a short demonstration of the Fidelis Elevate™ platform that walks through a threat hunting scenario using metadata and automation

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Continuous security for the hybrid enterprise

Unlock the path to more effective cloud security in hybrid enterprises by combining vulnerability management, continuous compliance, and automation and orchestration.

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Sponsored by: FireMon

Continuous security for the hybrid enterprise

The cloud is a notable business advantage, but it does bring numerous security concerns including: a lack of visibility across cloud or between on-premises and cloud environments, monitoring security controls and changes within cloud and multi-cloud environments, and maintaining compliance by monitoring cloud traffic for suspicious and non-compliant behavior. It becomes increasingly complex in hybrid environments because now you’re managing security for on-premise, cloud, virtual, container environments, and more. The time commitment can feel staggering.

It doesn’t have to, however.

Register for this webcast where we will show you the path to more effective cloud security in hybrid enterprises through a mix of:

  • Vulnerability management: See how an attacker could exploit and prioritize your patches;
  • Continuous compliance: Define your own cloud security controls and reduce the time spent on audit prep by making your cloud continuously audit-ready and adherent to the intentions and goals of the enterprise;
  • Automation and orchestration: Ingest behavior details from your cloud, then command security controls to cloud systems from a single console. The idea is instant, worry-reducing cloud control.

Vendor Webcast

Why companies are replacing AV with advanced endpoint protection

Discover how switching from legacy AV to advanced endpoint protection can improve protection and simplify operations for your team.

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Sponsored by: Carbon Black

Why companies are replacing AV with advanced endpoint protection

Is legacy antivirus failing to keep your endpoints secure? Perhaps you’re struggling to prevent advanced attacks, your security team is burdened by maintaining overly complex policies, or you’re facing performance issues.
If you’re experiencing any or all of these issues, you aren’t alone.

Today, 70% of successful breaches begin at the endpoint, and you deserve a security provider who can keep your endpoints safe.

Join us for a live webcast with Fulcanelli Chavez, Sr. Security Operations Analyst at D.A. Davidson, who will share how switching from legacy AV to Cb Defense has improved protection and simplified operations for his team.

  • Learn how next-gen AV in the cloud solves a variety of common problems legacy AV users face
  • Get your questions answered about replacing AV with a cloud-based security platform
  • Discover how Cb Defense can help you prevent malware and non-malware attacks and simplify your stack
Vendor Webcast

To SIEM or not to SIEM? Find out your options

Can such a stand-alone platform like security information and event management (SIEM) address your IT security challenges and compliance reporting needs?

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Sponsored by: Arctic Wolf Networks

To SIEM or not to SIEM? Find out your options

A security information and event management (SIEM) platform has been touted as the cornerstone of cybersecurity. But, can such a stand-alone platform address your IT security challenges and compliance reporting needs?  With the growing complexity of SIEM solutions and a shortage of people with cybersecurity skills to manage them, many organizations are looking for alternatives to building their own in-house SIEM and staffing a security operations center (SOC).

In this webcast, Narayan Makaram, Sr. Director of Product Marketing, will examine the following:

  • Business drivers for a SIEM
  • What is/is-not included in a SIEM
  • SIEM deployment options
  • Outsourcing considerations – MSSP vs MDR

Vendor Webcast

Rethinking cybersecurity in the age of attacks

Explore the most promising strategies for 2019 in combating Internet based threats.

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Sponsored by: Cisco

Rethinking cybersecurity in the age of attacks

2019 is around the corner. Our existing cybersecurity environment demands a new way to think about our cybersecurity strategy, one that aligns our security investments with our business risks, and is less centered on ideal prevention and more focused on reality.

Organizations are struggling to gain visibility into traffic involving their own cloud infrastructure in order to identify risky, suspicious and malicious activity. During this webinar we’ll challenge existing misconceptions and the changing motivations of cyber attackers.

Join cloud security experts as we explore the most promising strategies for 2019 in combating Internet based threats.

Vendor Webcast

Levers of human deception: The science and methodology behind social engineering

Explore the different levers that social engineers and scam artists pull to make us more likely to do their bidding.

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Sponsored by: KnowBe4

Levers of human deception: The science and methodology behind social engineering

No matter how much security technology we purchase, we still face a fundamental security problem: people. This webcast will explore the different levers that social engineers and scam artists pull to make us more likely to do their bidding.

Join us as we share fun and engaging examples of mental manipulation in everyday life: from the tactics used by oily car dealers, to sophisticated social engineering and online scams. Additionally, we’ll look at how to ethically use the very same levers when educating our users.

Key Takeaways:

  • The Perception Vs. Reality Dilemma
  • Understanding the OODA (Observe, Orient, Decide, Act) Loop
  • How social engineers and scam artists achieve their goals by subverting OODA Loop’s different components
  • How we can defend ourselves and our organizations
Vendor Webcast

Beyond signatures and anomalies: Attacker-centric web security

Take a deep dive into the attacker-centric phenomenon and the importance of prioritizing high-risk, high-impact threats and proactively blocking malicious threats.

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Sponsored by: Threat X

Beyond signatures and anomalies: Attacker-centric web security

All too often, security teams spend the majority of their time tuning their WAF rules to keep up with changing threats and application environments, and fail to stop the more advanced and high-impact techniques.

Just as attack types are becoming more sophisticated, so are the malicious actors behind them. It’s time to shift the focus away from trying to detect the ever-changing and near-infinite list of individual attacks, and instead, hone in on fundamental attacker behaviors and build attacker profiles.

Join us as we discuss this attacker-centric phenomenon and the importance of:

  • Prioritizing the high-risk, high-impact threats
  • Tracking behaviors and proactively blocking malicious attackers
  • Focusing on the most malicious behaviors instead of chasing down countless anomalies
Editorial webcast

Cryptomining: The next malware attack

Explore how cryptomining works and how to determine if your computing resources are being used without your knowledge for cryptomining.

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Sponsored by: Cisco

Cryptomining: The next malware attack

Mining for cryptocurrencies is no small task; it takes a lot of CPU and GPU cycles to process the data necessary to generate the currencies.

Not everyone has the technical wherewithal, financial resources and a massive amount of hardware to build their own cyrptomine, so what options do they have? The answer is simple and as old as time: If you don’t have the resources, you “borrow” from someone who does.

Join us as we look at how cryptomining works and how to determine if your computing resources are being used without your knowledge for cryptomining.

DemoCast webcast

Identify and neutralize active phishing attacks in minutes

Learn how to automatically analyze messages against multiple intelligence and reputation systems, reducing an organization’s typical threat triage time from days to minutes without requiring additional work from human analysts.

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Sponsored by: Wombat Security

Identify and neutralize active phishing attacks in minutes

Proofpoint CLEAR is the first joint solution using Wombat Security’s powerful end-user solutions post-acquiring them earlier this year.

Attend this DemoCast – a new SC webcast program that features both industry expertise and a solutions demonstration – to see easy ways to stop potentially malicious emails that pass through perimeter defenses.

Join this program to learn how to automatically analyze messages against multiple intelligence and reputation systems, reducing an organization’s typical threat triage time from days to minutes without requiring additional work from human analysts.

Vendor Webcast

Supercharging Security with Behavioral Analytics: The fastest path to finding insider threats, fileless malware and data breaches

A discussion on how to practically and effectively boost the IQ of your security arsenal with behavioral analytics so you can find threats faster than ever.

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Sponsored by: Interset

Supercharging Security with Behavioral Analytics: The fastest path to finding insider threats, fileless malware and data breaches
Join special guest Joseph Blankenship, principal analyst at Forrester, along with Interset CTO Stephan Jou and Security Strategist Paul Reid for a discussion on how to practically and effectively boost the IQ of your security arsenal with behavioral analytics so you can find threats faster than ever.

This webinar will:

  • Explore how security analytics can extract intelligence from other security tools
  • Demonstrate how analytics surfaces different types of insider threats
  • Show the impact of security analytics on SOC operations and threat hunting
Vendor Webcast

Cybersecurity That Actually Works: Creating Human-Centered Policies

Learn how to make proactive cybersecurity policies that are a catalyst for business innovation, rather than playing catch-up to business realities.

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Sponsored by: SafeGuard Cyber

Cybersecurity That Actually Works: Creating Human-Centered Policies

As a security professional, you know the importance of understanding your risks before deciding how to allocate resources to mitigate specific threats. But are you certain that you’re considering all of the communication and collaboration tools that your employees might be using to get their job done?

More than likely, you have teams using third-party tools like Slack for group communication or a sales rep using WhatsApp to reach customers.

In this webinar you’ll learn how to make proactive cybersecurity policies that are a catalyst for business innovation, rather than playing catch-up to business realities.

Vendor Webcast

Managing Shadow IT to Reduce Risk While Increasing Productivity

Discover how you can gain visibility into what applications users are accessing from your network and managed devices, and how to easily block risky apps that aren’t approved.

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Sponsored by: Cisco

Managing Shadow IT to Reduce Risk While Increasing Productivity
Unauthorized IT applications create risk in multiple ways, potentially leading to compromised user identities, data loss through unknown channels, and the introduction of malware into customer environments.Are you worried? According to Gartner, more than 40% of IT spend is in fact shadow IT. Wow.

Join cloud security experts as we explain how to stop worrying and start taking action. It’s time to take control of Shadow IT in your organization. Learn how you can gain visibility into what applications users are accessing from your network and managed devices, and how to easily block risky apps that aren’t approved.

20/20 webcast

Threat Intelligence Primer: Understanding Where to Start

Threat intelligence is a lot more than just getting lists of threats that are attacking companies like yours around the world.

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Sponsored by: SecureWorks

Threat Intelligence Primer: Understanding Where to Start

Threat intelligence is a lot more than just getting lists of threats that are attacking companies like yours around the world. Sure, getting feeds of new attacks is certainly useful and a key component, but threat intelligence is a lot more than just feeds and speeds.

It includes everything from understanding where your flexible and sometimes-disappearing perimeter resides to identifying shadow IT, defending against advanced threats, identifying and stopping insider attacks as well as external breaches, and understanding the ever-changing fundamentals of detecting threats. That’s right — threat intelligence is part of everything the security team does every day. So where do you start? Right here.

Vendor Webcast

10 SMB Endpoint Security Problems Solved by the Cloud

Learn how next-generation endpoint security in the cloud solves the most common challenges that SMBs are facing.

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Sponsored by: Carbon Black

10 SMB Endpoint Security Problems Solved by the Cloud

Are you struggling to keep your endpoint security up to date? You’re not alone. Small to mid-sized companies have less resources — yet have the same risk of attack as larger companies. And that risk is only increasing. In 2017, the number of ransomware attacks increased by 30x and the number of breaches increased by 40%.

Good news! Smaller companies can protect themselves just as well as large enterprises thanks to cloud-based endpoint security.
Join us for a live webinar to discuss how next-generation endpoint security in the cloud solved the most common challenges SMBs are facing.

You will learn:

  •  The 10 most common security problems facing small to mid-sized companies
  •  How cloud-based endpoint security addresses those problems
  •  The benefits of replacing traditional antivirus with a cloud-based security platform
Vendor Webcast

Big threats, small teams: Protecting your company from 2018's most active threats

It’s never been more important to re-evaluate your endpoint security strategy.

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Sponsored by: Barkly

Big threats, small teams: Protecting your company from 2018's most active threats

54% of small and midsize organizations were compromised by a cybersecurity attack last year. With the rise of new fileless infection and exploitation techniques that successfully bypass existing endpoint security tools, it’s never been more important to re-evaluate your endpoint security strategy.

Join this webinar featuring Jack Danahy, CTO and security industry veteran from Barkly to learn:

  • How new attack techniques are bypassing legacy antivirus and detection-based endpoint security tools
  • Practical strategies for blocking ransomware and zero-day campaigns with enterprise-class security designed for IT teams
  • Tips for catalyzing management to justify your investments in protection, detection, and response
Vendor Webcast

Secure your Journey to the Cloud and your Public Cloud

Let’s examine how you respond to your critics and see how you can secure your journey to the cloud, and more importantly the public cloud itself.

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Sponsored by: Oracle

Secure your Journey to the Cloud and your Public Cloud

After many reviews and going back and forth, you have finally decided to lift and shift your workloads/ apps to the cloud.

You have people fighting on whether security is an enabler or a blocker to move to the cloud.

Let’s examine how you respond to your critics and see how you can secure your journey to the cloud, and more importantly the public cloud itself.