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  • How Financial Services can Leverage the Cloud Securely to Drive Business
    How Financial Services can Leverage the Cloud Securely to Drive Business Miguel Ramos of Forcepoint Recorded: May 25 2017 32 mins
    Though one of the most mature industries in cybersecurity, the Financial Services industry has seen some of the largest explosion of innovation and technology. While startups and innovators are focused on speed to market and leveraging cloud infrastructure and cloud platforms as a service, the need for security in financial technologies is paramount.

    In this session, Miguel Ramos will use case studies and his experience to outline key steps that can be taken to secure financial technology innovators, and explain how traditional, cloud and potentially even blockchain technologies can be used by corporations to ensure the security they need to drive business forward.
  • You can stop shaking if you follow this plan for securing your data
    You can stop shaking if you follow this plan for securing your data Terence Spies of HPE Security-Data Security and Rich Mogull of Securosis Recorded: May 17 2017 60 mins
    Data security has a tendency to be intimidating for organizations, users and implementers. Organizations see the value but the challenges of applying a data security solution. Wouldn’t it be great if there were solutions that took the guesswork out of data protection and key management?

    In today’s data driven environment, there are strategies and technologies to protect data that do not have to be the high-risk propositions feared by organizations, users and implementers - IT professionals. By thinking of data security and key management as data t protection enablers instead of obstacles, you can easily protect data across the infrastructure and beyond. Data security and key management need to interact with the data and the users in a seamless way that doesn’t disrupt their processes or destroy the characteristics of the data.

    During this webcast we will discuss some of the findings from the CSA Security Guidance v4 report and how data-centric security can help mitigate and manage many of the risks. Think of security as an enabler instead of an obstacle for cloud adoption.
  • Overcoming the Challenges of Securing Hybrid Enterprises
    Overcoming the Challenges of Securing Hybrid Enterprises Cryptzone Recorded: Apr 13 2017 41 mins
    It’s become clear that organizations need to overcome the challenges of securing hybrid enterprises. Hybrid IT spans platforms, tenancy and locations, which when using traditional solutions often results in a fractured security architecture without a centralized single policy, view or enforcement point. With this shift to hybrid, organizations need to embrace CSA’s Software-Defined Perimeter (SDP) specification to enable a new, transformational approach. Using SDP results in precise network security, automated network policies, reduced compliance effort and reduced attack surface.

    In this session, we’ll summarize the progress that’s been made with the CSA’s Software-Defined Perimeter (SDP) specification over the past two years, and show how and why an SDP approach enables organizations to overcome the challenges of securing hybrid environments. We’ll conclude this session with a case study, showing real-world benefits achieved by enterprises that have deployed an SDP architecture.
  • Leveraging the Power of Threat Intelligence
    Leveraging the Power of Threat Intelligence Ray Pompon and Sara Boddy of F5 Recorded: Mar 15 2017 56 mins
    It's becoming impossible for cyber security to keep up with paradigm-changing technological advancements which provide fertile new hunting ground for the more sophisticated cyber-criminals. You can't enumerate all possible attacks while calculating probabilities and impacts for each. We need to narrow things down. But when we reach for data, we drown in reports, dashboards, and alerts. We don't need more undigested data. We need answers. Enter threat intelligence. Useful threat intelligence is not data feeds of indicators without context, but interpretation that boils things down to provide recommendations so you can operate safely in the new Internet age. Threat intelligence demystifies the swarm of noise and connects the dots into threads that demystify what is really going on. We'll look at what good, actionable threat intelligence looks like and how you can use it to neutralize potential attacks before they strike. We'll look deeper at the threats against and originating from cloud platforms.
  • BrightTALK at RSA - John DiMaria: GDPR, Critical Infrastructure & IoT Security
    BrightTALK at RSA - John DiMaria: GDPR, Critical Infrastructure & IoT Security John DiMaria, Global Product Champion for Information Security & Business Continuity at BSI Group Recorded: Mar 6 2017 6 mins
    Join this in-depth interview at RSA Conference with John DiMaria, Global Product Champion for Information Security & Business Continuity at BSI Group.

    Viewers will learn John's insights around:
    - Preparing for GDPR
    - Challenges for the new U.S. administration
    - Protecting our critical infrastructure
    - Protecting the IoT: personal accountability, product certifications, regulation
    - The threat landscape
    - The importance of security awareness training
  • Fighting the ‘Gap of Grief’ With Business-Driven Security
    Fighting the ‘Gap of Grief’ With Business-Driven Security Peter Beardmore of RSA Recorded: Mar 1 2017 35 mins
    Defending against human ingenuity demands a new way of thinking. With countless dollars spent and infinite alerts you still don’t have a true picture of what is going on. So when a breach happens, can you answer THE question: “How bad is it?” The inability to do so is what RSA calls the “gap of grief.” To answer, you must connect your security strategy and business risks.

    RSA’s cybersecurity expert, Peter Beardmore, will provide perspective on this important issue during this pointed webcast designed to help security leaders:
    - Learn how to garner the right visibility, in the right context to defend what matters most – and fast;
    - Discover the 6 steps to take command of your evolving security posture in this uncertain, high risk world; and,
    - Find out what it takes to link your security strategy with your business priorities.
  • Which CASB Deployment Mode is Right for Me?
    Which CASB Deployment Mode is Right for Me? Srini Gurrapu and Brandon Cook of Skyhigh Recorded: Jan 19 2017 56 mins
    When kicking off a cloud security project, you'll quickly discover that there are multiple deployment options for a cloud access security broker (CASB) – Log Collection, API, Reverse Proxy, and Forward Proxy – delivered via the cloud, on-premises, or hybrid - and with or without agents. But which CASB deployment mode is right for your organization? It depends on which use cases you need to support across which users and devices.

    In this webinar we’ll share an objective overview of the use cases each CASB deployment option supports. Just as importantly, we’ll detail which use cases each deployment mode does not support and provide case studies explaining how companies like Aetna, AstraZeneca and Western Union leveraged various deployment architectures to cover all their key use cases (visibility, compliance, data security, and threat protection) across O365, Salesforce, Box, and Shadow IT.

    Srini Gurrapu – VP, Solutions Strategy
    Srini Gurrapu is the VP, Solutions Strategy at Skyhigh Networks, with 20 years of experience in networking, security, virtualization, mobile and cloud security markets. Srini's primary forte is building trusting advisory relationships with customers and delivering innovative solutions that make customers successful in their strategic initiatives.

    Brandon Cook – Sr. Director, Marketing, Skyhigh Networks
    Brandon leads the marketing team at Skyhigh Networks and has over a decade of experience in the tech industry identifying and developing new markets. As a regular contributor to the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) events and blogs and author of the quarterly Cloud Adoption and Risk Report, he has expertise in “shadow IT”, cloud security, cloud governance, and cloud regulatory compliance.
  • Cloud First, Now What?
    Cloud First, Now What? Palo Alto Networks Recorded: Jan 17 2017 51 mins
    Your executive staff has made a strategic decision to move to the cloud, and your team has the seemingly monumental task of executing on this new direction. The journey to the cloud introduces many unknowns, the least of which is determining the applications and data, including precious customer information, that belong in the cloud. Yet your knowledge is limited and you have little time to immerse yourself in this vast topic.

    Join us for the the Cloud First, Now What? webinar hosted by Cloud Security Alliance and sponsored by Palo Alto Networks. In this webinar, we will walk through the process by which your company should implement a cloud first strategy.

    •How to get started
    •Key players and their responsibilities
    •Steps involved in continuous improvement
  • The 2017 Cyberthreat Landscape
    The 2017 Cyberthreat Landscape Leo Taddeo, Chief Security Officer, Cryptzone Recorded: Dec 14 2016 62 mins
    2016 was record-setting … and threats aren’t likely to subside in 2017. Let’s reflect on what happened this year and learn about emerging threat landscape trends. A solid understanding of the threat landscape will help you better formulate your defensive strategy and prioritize security initiatives for 2017 and beyond.

    This webinar will feature Leo Taddeo, who is uniquely qualified to present his thoughts on the ever-changing threat landscape. Currently Chief Security Officer (CSO) for Cryptzone, a provider of dynamic, context-aware network, software-defined perimeter based security solutions, Leo is former Special Agent in Charge of the Special Operation/Cyber Division of the FBI’s New York office. Leo is a frequent cybersecurity source for business, IT security and global news outlets, such as: Bloomberg, CNBC, CSO Online, Dark Reading, Fortune, New York Times, Washington Post and more.

    Join the discussion on December 14th!
  • SIEM for the Cloud? The Essentials You Need to Know
    SIEM for the Cloud? The Essentials You Need to Know Chris Collard and Mark Campbell of IBM Security Recorded: Dec 6 2016 46 mins
    A cloud-delivered security intelligence platform can help you make sense out of the mountains of data collected from your expanded perimeter of cloud workloads and assets. However, it’s easy to get buried in a data avalanche. Join us as we discuss the essentials for making sense out of cloud data and keeping your workloads secure using Security Information and Event Management delivered from the cloud.

    Chris Collard
    Chris is an information security professional with over 15 years of experience managing information systems and services. He is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) and holds a Certificate of Cloud Security Knowledge (CCSK) from the Cloud Security Alliance. He is Offering Manager for QRadar on Cloud.

    Mark Campbell
    Mark is the Cloud Security Portfolio Manager for IBM Security. He is a cloud and IT security veteran with more than 15 years of helping clients to adopt security and cloud technologies.

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