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Network Security Community by WatchGuard

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  • Ransomware: How to Battle the Most Evolved Ransomware: How to Battle the Most Evolved Ben Brobak and Marc Laliberte Recorded: Aug 25 2016 60 mins
    Large corporations are no longer the primary target for hackers, making network security for small and mid-sized businesses more important than ever before. Ransomware has evolved dramatically over the last few years, but one thing remains the same: it can wreak havoc the likes of which many businesses will never recover from.

    Join Ben Brobak, Technical Product Manager, and Marc Laliberte, Information Security Analyst, as they take a look at the evolution of Ransomware – and the best ways for businesses to protect themselves.
  • Top 5 Least Wanted Malware Top 5 Least Wanted Malware Corey Nachreiner, chief technology officer, and Marc Laliberte, information security analyst Recorded: Jun 30 2016 60 mins
    New breeds of malware are emerging every day. These network threats can run the gamut from minor bugs, to ransomware programs used to extort money and subject victims to the mercy of their data kidnapper. All malware is unwanted, but which types of malware are the most deadly to the health of your network?

    Join Corey Nachreiner, CTO, and Marc Laliberte, information security analyst, as they discuss their Top 5 Least Wanted Malware: what they are, and more importantly, how to avoid them.
  • The Four Biggest Blind Spots to Network Protection The Four Biggest Blind Spots to Network Protection Julian Matossian, Senior Product Manager, and Nick Kelly, Director of Product Marketing Recorded: May 26 2016 44 mins
    If you can’t see what’s on your network, then you can’t control it.

    As new technologies emerge each day, so do the associated security threats - are you confident that you can see them before they wreak havoc on your network? 86% of executives aren’t, believing there are gaps in their ability to see what’s really going on inside their network.

    Join Julian Matossian, Senior Product Manager, and Nick Kelly, Director of Product Marketing, as they delve into the current state of network visibility: the challenges, blind spots, and most importantly, the solutions to help illuminate your network.

    Having the right security measures in place is only half the battle – you need to know exactly what they’re protecting you from.
  • Secure Wireless in 2016 Secure Wireless in 2016 Ryan Orsi, Director of Product Management, WatchGuard, and Nick Kelly, Director of Product Marketing, WatchGuard Recorded: Feb 3 2016 50 mins
    The demand for Wi-Fi access is exploding, with 63 percent of all Internet traffic projected to travel over Wi-Fi by 2019. For as much as Wi-Fi can do for your business, organizations that wish to take advantage can NOT forget about security.
    Join us to discuss the top 7 threats to your wireless network in 2016 and gain powerful insight and tips for protecting your wireless network.
    Wi-Fi is easy. Security is the challenge. You need a dedicated security partner to protect you and your customers.
  • WatchGuard 2016 Security Predictions Discussion WatchGuard 2016 Security Predictions Discussion Corey Nachreiner, WatchGuard CTO; Ben Brobak, Technical Product Mgr and CISSP; and Marc Laliberte, Support Engineer Recorded: Jan 20 2016 60 mins
    Imagine what will happen this year in information security. The start of the new year brings with it the prospect of many exciting new opportunities but also dangerous new threats. WatchGuard is proud to present our 2016 Security Predictions. In this interactive webinar, our security experts will share insights on the very real security trends that are the basis for our 2016 predictions, with tips and tricks for staying safe this year. As part of the discussion, we'll take a look back at our 2015 predictions and the important lessons we learned from them.
  • Security for Distributed Enterprises Security for Distributed Enterprises Ben Brobak, Product Manager and CISSP, and Nick Kelly, Director of Product Marketing Recorded: Nov 23 2015 26 mins
    Worried about hackers breaking in your front door? Don’t be! They are already climbing in your windows.

    Remote locations are quickly becoming the number one target for cyber criminals. Why not, it’s the fast lane to your company’s most valuable assets, and expanding your company’s footprint often leads to new challenges and blind spots with data security, access, and visibility.

    WatchGuard is proud to present Biggest Security Blind Spot? — an interactive webinar that will bring distributed enterprise security issues to the surface.
    How can I ensure consistency across all locations?
    Is there a faster way to configure more security systems?
    How do I really know what’s going on at all locations, at all times?

    Join Ben Brobak, WatchGuard Product Manager and CISSP, as he answers these complex questions and more, along with Nick Kelly, Director of Product Marketing, who will introduce the solution for a more secure and compliant remote location. Make sure you are prepared for tomorrow’s threats by joining us for Biggest Security Blind Spot?
  • 'Mr. Robot': Analyzing the Popular TV SHow 'Mr. Robot': Analyzing the Popular TV SHow Corey Nachreiner, CTO, Nick Kelly, Director of Product Marketing Recorded: Sep 10 2015 48 mins
    If you didn't catch Mr. Robot, the amazing cyber thriller that just wrapped its first season on USA Network, you missed brilliantly crafted tales of next-gen threats and network security problem-solving. It was more than great entertainment. Each episode drew on real-world security practices that were accurate enough to serve as a learning tool.

    We invite you to join Corey Nachreiner, WatchGuard CTO and long-time security analyst, as he reviews the technical accuracy of Mr. Robot's plot lines to determine:

    What was correct and what was not
    Which of the hacks pose a real threat to your business
    What every organization needs to do to protect itself

    Mr. Robot fans don't want to miss this. And even if you weren't tuned in, it's not too late to learn important lessons from the twisted world of Mr. Robot in this engaging and insightful session. Watch it today!
  • Visibility is Defense Visibility is Defense Nick Kelly, Product Manager Recorded: Jun 22 2015 23 mins
    Bring Big Data Visibility to Your Network Security
    In network security, visibility is protection. That's WatchGuard Dimension.

    In this on-demand demo, Nick Kelly, Product Manager at WatchGuard Technologies, shows how WatchGuard Dimension gives you:

    A high-level view of network activity showing top trends, top clients, and correlated views of top users and applications
    More than 70 comprehensive reports that can be pre-scheduled for email delivery to key stakeholders; plus special reports for HIPAA and PCI compliance
    The Power of Visualization: Leverage filtered traffic to instantly see the most critical information, including bandwidth usage, active users and connections
    Zero Install: No complicated setup is required. Simply import a virtual appliance – includes OS, database, utilities, and WatchGuard server software
    Stop drowning. Go from zero to informed in seconds with WatchGuard Dimension.
  • How to beat the Wi-Fi Blues How to beat the Wi-Fi Blues Ryan Orsi, Product Manager Recorded: May 27 2015 37 mins
    Just because Wi-Fi usage has outpaced your original plans doesn’t mean it should be the cause of heartbreak and misery. This is your chance to beat the Wi-Fi blues and keep your users from falling into a funk.

    In this hands-on webinar you’ll learn the top reasons why Wi-Fi networks become slow and unusable—and how to make it right. We’ll cover today’s best practices in Wi-Fi network design, including the latest capacity-planning approach that goes against conventional wisdom. We’ll cover how to:

    Ballpark needs based on types of users and applications
    Maximize frequency re-use, with lower power levels and less shouting
    Configure access points and secure traffic
    Use coverage mapping and conflict mapping tools
    And much more!
    We’ve all got troubles, but wireless access shouldn’t be one of them.
  • What Will (And Won't) Happen In Network Security in 2015 What Will (And Won't) Happen In Network Security in 2015 Corey Nachreiner, Director of Security Strategy, WatchGuard Recorded: Dec 18 2014 64 mins
    Don’t worry about every network security trend that might happen next year

    Just the important ones.

    The network security trade can feel pretty gloomy. We spend all our time looking for trouble and expecting the worst, and the doom and gloom hits its peak during prediction season. It’s a terrible way to close out the year.

    So this year, we’re taking a more balanced approach.

    For 2015, we’ve identified several security trends you shouldn’t worry about—and some you should. From government policies to business practices to new technologies, we’ll help you gain a little perspective around network security for the new year.

    Hey, we can’t promise it will all be rainbows and unicorns. But if you’re going to look to expert predictions for guidance, wouldn’t it be nice to know what NOT to worry about?

    Join us as WatchGuard’s Director of Security Strategy Corey Nachreiner takes a look into the future and helps you get ready to face 2015.

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