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  • Reduce the Mean Time to Incident Response Reduce the Mean Time to Incident Response Tom Murphy, CMO, Bradford Networks Recorded: Jun 17 2015 24 mins
    Incident Response has always been a complex and time consuming process. It requires Incident Responders to aggregate security, network and endpoint information to find the threat’s presence and reconstruct an accurate picture of its foothold. To minimize Incident Response time, high-fidelity security alerts, are now being augmented with a new warehouse of context providing the responder with unprecedented traceability during triage. In addition, network access controls are being leveraged to monitor, isolate, or block a compromised endpoint from the network in real time. By automatically correlating a live inventory of network and endpoint information with high-fidelity security alerts, Incident Responders now have:

    Autonomy - No longer need to engage the Network and Endpoint teams to get the information the infrastructure details they need

    Traceability - Can easily trace a security alert to the point of network connection and identify the compromised endpoints

    Confidence - Leverage a new level of confidence enable faster responses

    Priority - Understand the business impact on all security alerts creating clear priority

    Acceleration - Minimize the mean time to contain cyber threats
  • Network Access Control 101: Secure the Critical Edge of Your Network Network Access Control 101: Secure the Critical Edge of Your Network Tom Murphy, CMO, Bradford Networks Recorded: Jun 2 2015 41 mins
    As the volume and diversity of mobile devices on your network continue to rise, so does the need to ensure that every device is safe. Cybercriminals leverage vulnerable endpoints as backdoors to the network and according to Gartner "by 2017, the focus of mobile breaches will shift to tablets and smartphones from workstations."

    As the attack surface of your network continues to multiply with each new device, network access control is essential to securing your assets and critical infrastructure.

    Attend this webinar to get a complete understanding of NAC functionality and how you can leverage visibility, policies, and automation to secure the critical edge of your network, including:

    - Safe Onboarding – Allow users to self-register their devices securely, to reduce the burden on IT Staff
    - Device Profiling – Identifies and classifies every device on the network to provide greater visibility
    - Endpoint Compliance – Ensure every device is safe enough to join the network, to reduce risk
    - Network Automation – Dynamically provision network access based on policies that leverage user, device, and location
    - Security Automation – Capture and automatically execute complex investigative workflows that are time consuming and error prone
    - Rapid Threat Response – Dramatically reduce the time required to contain compromised or infected devices
  • Rapid Threat Response 101: An Introduction to Network Sentry/RTR Rapid Threat Response 101: An Introduction to Network Sentry/RTR Everett Andrus, James Hicks Recorded: May 20 2015 37 mins
    Today’s cyber threats are targeted, difficult to detect, and require expertise to contain. They traverse various domains of IT management — making incident response a time consuming and cross-functional challenge. Silos of security and network information require correlation to trace the security events to the compromised endpoints. Moreover, the increasing volume of security events makes it impractical to prioritize, respond and contain threats manually.

    This webinar is an introduction to Network Sentry/RTR -- a solution that can correlate high fidelity security events with new contextual information to prioritize, simplify, and accelerate incident response.

    Learn how you can leverage:

    • Context: Add contextual information to security events to gauge business criticality
    • Automation: Automate workflows to empower the SOC with NOC-related information
    • Containment: Isolate, restrict or block compromised endpoints from the network in seconds
  • Reduce Critical Threat Containment Time from 7 Days to 7 Seconds with Fortinet Reduce Critical Threat Containment Time from 7 Days to 7 Seconds with Fortinet Tom Murphy, CMO, Bradford Networks Recorded: May 12 2015 25 mins
    Today’s cyber threats are targeted, difficult to detect, and require significant manual intervention and expertise to contain. They traverse different domains of IT management — making it a cross-functional challenge to trace and find the threat’s electronic foothold. Silos of security information require manual correlation to bridge the gap between security event alerts and endpoints infected with zero-day malware. Moreover, the increasing volume of security events that need to be triaged makes it impractical to respond and remediate threats manually.

    Join this session to understand how to reduce threat response time from 7 days to 7 seconds. Fortinet and Bradford Networks have partnered together with a solution that correlates high fidelity security alerts with contextual information on threats on compromised end-points in real-time, reducing threat containment time from days to seconds.
  • BYOD 101: Avoid the 5 Most Common Mistakes BYOD 101: Avoid the 5 Most Common Mistakes Tom Murphy, CMO, Bradford Networks Recorded: Mar 26 2015 33 mins
    This webinar draws on Bradford Networks’ extensive BYOD experience to help organizations avoid the landmines that plague BYOD initiatives.

    Attend this webinar and you will learn how to avoid:
    • Organizational Resistance - Establish and manage a cross-functional committee of stakeholders to build consensus
    • Support Burden - Leverage proven techniques to educate end users and minimize help desk calls
    • User Frustration - Implement ultra flexible BYOD policies without compromising security
    • Onboarding Latency - Maximize the end users’ ability to self-administer new and lost/stolen devices
    • Vulnerable Endpoints – Guided remediation for user devices that are under-protected and non-compliant
  • Securing the “Internet of Things” When Everything has an IP Address Securing the “Internet of Things” When Everything has an IP Address Tom Murphy, CMO, Bradford Networks Recorded: Mar 17 2015 32 mins
    Endpoints are primary targets for cyber criminals. Traditional endpoints such as laptops, tablets, and smartphones support agents and can be centrally managed, configured, and protected. The Internet of Things will drive 4 times the volume of unmanaged devices on a network increasing the attack surface and creating welcome mats for unwanted threats. These unmanaged IP-based devices will be difficult to identify, unable to support an agent, and look like black boxes to security professionals. Without knowing the device type and its business criticality, containing a compromised endpoint will be challenging and time consuming.

    Attend this webinar to learn how to:
    • Identify and classify every IP device on your network without an agent
    • Correlate high fidelity security alerts with device context
    • Minimize the time from threat detection to containment
    • Secure the Internet of Things
  • Durham University: Expanding NAC BYOD to Incorporate Campus Wide Wireless Durham University: Expanding NAC BYOD to Incorporate Campus Wide Wireless Andrew Crowe, Technical Specialist, Durham; Everett Andrus, Dir. Product Support, & James Hicks, Technical Trainer, Bradford Recorded: Mar 17 2015 50 mins
    As part of the campus wide wireless expansion project, Durham University extended their NAC BYOD solution to support the new wireless environment consisting of thousands of mobile users and devices. Learn how they incorporated BYOD wireless access policies into their existing NAC solution, providing real-time wireless network visibility and security automation. This webinar will discuss the NAC BYOD wireless expansion project and how the university now benefits from:

    • Fast, easy and secure network access for thousands of students
    • The ability to identify and block compromised devices and provide self-service remediation
    • Enhanced student preparedness, through improved communications and procedures reducing helpdesk burden
    • Automated provisioning to leverage network segmentation
  • Columbus State University: From Guest Management to a Complete NAC BYOD Solution Columbus State University: From Guest Management to a Complete NAC BYOD Solution Casey Hergett, Senior Manager of Infrastructure and Database Services, Columbus Statue University Recorded: Feb 18 2015 58 mins
    With evolving BYOD requirements in a large wireless network of thousands of varied users and devices, Columbus State University required a comprehensive NAC BYOD solution. Learn how they transitioned from a guest management solution to a secure NAC environment that will provide real-time network visibility and security automation. This webinar will discuss the process of their transition to NAC BYOD and how the university benefits from:

    • Fast, easy and secure network access for thousands of students, faculty and guests
    • Automated network provisioning for this campus wide mobile wireless environment
    • A reduction in support calls to a burdened IT staff
    • A network-wide visibility of all connections to help eliminate blind spots
  • Securing Compromised Endpoints in Seconds with Check Point and Bradford Networks Securing Compromised Endpoints in Seconds with Check Point and Bradford Networks Sanjit Shah, VP, Business Development Recorded: Feb 11 2015 30 mins
    Today’s cyber threats are targeted, difficult to detect, and require significant manual intervention and expertise to contain. They traverse different domains of IT management — making it a cross-functional challenge to trace and find the threat’s electronic foothold. Silos of security information require manual correlation to bridge the gap between security event alerts and endpoints infected with zero-day malware. Moreover, the increasing volume of security events that need to be triaged makes it impractical to respond and remediate threats manually.

    Join this webinar to understand how to reduce threat response time from days to seconds. Bradford Network's Network Sentry/RTR correlates high fidelity security alerts from Check Point Software's Next Generation Firewall and Threat Prevention solutions to identify and contain threats on compromised end-points in real-time. In this webinar, you will learn about the integration between the two solutions and how it’s used to contain compromised endpoints.
  • Electronic Medical Records, Mobile Devices, and HIPAA Compliance Electronic Medical Records, Mobile Devices, and HIPAA Compliance Tom Murphy, Bradford Networks Recorded: Feb 3 2015 29 mins
    Many hospitals and medical centers are embracing tablets to improve the quality of patient care. With this new mobility, securing Electronic Medical Records (EMR) and demonstrating HIPAA compliance has created new challenges.

    This high-impact webcast will present a proven approach to enabling medical staff to leverage their mobile device of choice while protecting EMR and maintaining compliance.

    Attend this webinar to:

    • Understand the basics of the HIPAA Security Rule
    • Construct a checklist to safely embrace mobile devices
    • Provide the appropriate staff access to EMR
    • Hear how a medical institution embraced NAC and MDM to safely embrace tablets