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  • GDPR Compliance and the Role of DLP and Behavioral Analytics
    GDPR Compliance and the Role of DLP and Behavioral Analytics Jon Oltsik, Sr. Principal Analyst, ESG Salah Nassar, Dir. Product Marketing, Symantec Steve Grossman, VP of Strategy Recorded: Aug 17 2017 64 mins
    The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) goes into effect in May 2018. It’s predicted that over 50% of companies affected will not be in full compliance in time. With fines as much as 4% annual revenue, cybersecurity experts, executives and boards are paying attention.

    What are the main obligations under the GDPR which will apply to your organization?
    How can you identify the gaps that exist between your existing programs and GDPR requirements?
    What changes are needed and which technologies can help to achieve compliance?
    What is a pragmatic timetable, in what order of priority, and at what cost?

    Join ESG Sr. Principal Analyst, Jon Oltsik, Symantec Director, Global Product Marketing and GTM Strategy, Salah Nassar, and Steven Grossman, Bay Dynamics’ Vice President of Strategy as we discuss how to:

    - Identify what data matters for GDPR compliance
    - Implement a framework for change
    - Leverage DLP and behavioral analytics for data governance

    The clock is ticking.
  • How the Cybersecurity Executive Order Impacts Today’s IT Risk Strategy
    How the Cybersecurity Executive Order Impacts Today’s IT Risk Strategy Craig A. Newman, Partner and Chair of Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler LLP, Steven Grossman, VP of Strategy at Bay Dynamics Recorded: Jun 6 2017 58 mins
    Two events in a single month recently reshaped the cyber-security landscape– the President’s Cybersecurity Executive Order and a massive ransomware attack that struck countless organizations worldwide. At their core, these headlines span common unresolved matters that affect nearly every practitioner in the cybersecurity field.

    The Wannacry ransomware attacks exploited unpatched-yet-well-known vulnerabilities. The White House policy explicitly supports a risk based approach, mandating that federal agencies prioritize IT security strategy based on exposure of their most valued assets.

    For years, cybersecurity teams have sought to tackle those threats and vulnerabilities that could compromise these critical assets. Given the state of real-world threats and these new marching orders, both public and private sector organizations must re-assess where they stand and take a closer look at evolving practices.

    This webinar, co-presented by Craig A. Newman, Partner and Chair of Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler LLP’s Privacy and Data Security Practice, and Steven Grossman, VP of Strategy at Bay Dynamics will cover:

    * The must-know takeaways of the latest Cybersecurity Executive Order
    * Related findings from the recently released report – A Day in the Life of a Cybersecurity Pro
    * How private and public organizations can apply specific practices that directly enable more effective prioritization of asset-based IT risk
  • Know Your Numbers - Vital Signs, Immune Systems, and Cyber Risk
    Know Your Numbers - Vital Signs, Immune Systems, and Cyber Risk Christophe Veltsos, a.k.a Dr. Infosec, Assoc. Professor at MSU, Steven Grossman, VP of Strategy, Bay Dynamics Recorded: May 4 2017 44 mins
    Physical health comes from both common sense – eat right and exercise – and advanced medicine. Blood pressure, sugar levels, and white cell counts are vital metrics to be monitored and controlled.

    What meaningful numbers are available to cyber teams? How can they be used to
    understand overall risk posture and prescribe detailed actions to take today?

    •Overall health - Which departments need cyber health checks now? Next quarter?
    •Regular hygiene - Whose applications are patched quickly? Whose are not?
    •Immune systems - How is unusual behavior pertaining to critical assets detected?
    •Breakthroughs - Can cyber risk be quantified in financial terms?
  • The NYS Cyber Security Regulation Is Mandatory: Now What?
    The NYS Cyber Security Regulation Is Mandatory: Now What? Craig A. Newman, Partner at Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler LLP, Steven Grossman, VP of Strategy and Enablement, Bay Dynamics Recorded: Mar 2 2017 58 mins
    The New York State Cyber Security Regulation for financial organizations becomes mandatory March 1st. Since our last webinar, the requirements have been updated. The revised regulation, which NYS banks, insurance companies, and other financial services institutions regulated by the Department of Financial Services must follow, includes changes surrounding risk assessments, encryption, cyber security policies, cyber governance and more. Join us for this second webinar specifically addressing the revised components of the regulation and what financial organizations inside and outside of NYS should be doing now that the regulation is taking effect.
  • Don't 'Guesstimate' Your Cyber Risk, Use Financial Impact to Prioritize & Decide
    Don't 'Guesstimate' Your Cyber Risk, Use Financial Impact to Prioritize & Decide Rob Sloan, Director of Cybersecurity Research at Dow Jones & Ryan Stolte, Co-founder and CTO at Bay Dynamics Recorded: Jan 25 2017 46 mins
    Enterprises use value at risk metrics to drive most strategic decisions, except when it comes to cyber risk. Prioritizing cyber risk response and remediation is typically a guessing game that requires experts to work with the cyber and business teams to try to guesstimate probabilities of particular events and their ability to compromise each application's confidentiality, integrity and availability. Without calculating a dollar amount impact to which the business is exposed, stakeholders enterprise-wide have no way of knowing the most potentially damaging vulnerabilities and threats within their environment.

    This webinar will discuss why enterprises must embrace quantifying cyber risk as they do in all other parts of the business and how they can calculate the financial impact metrics needed to drive faster and more effective decision making.
  • Protecting Your Crown Jewels with Security Analytics
    Protecting Your Crown Jewels with Security Analytics Doug Cahill, Senior Analyst, Cybersecurity, Enterprise Strategy Group, Inc., Ryan Stolte, Co-Founder and CTO, Bay Dynamics Recorded: Nov 17 2016 61 mins
    Effective cyber risk management depends upon security analytics technology. However, as more enterprises and vendors see the value in this technology, more hype and misconceptions come to surface. In some cases, security analytics is being used interchangeably with solutions like SIEM and user behavior analytics when in reality, those solutions are components of a security analytics platform. To clear the confusion, Enterprise Strategy Group's Senior Analyst of Cybersecurity, Doug Cahill, and Bay Dynamics co-founder and CTO Ryan Stolte are hosting a webinar which will dive deep into what security analytics really is and how organizations can most effectively use it to reduce cyber risk to their crown jewels.
  • NY State Cybersecurity Requirements for Financial Firms: Why Should You Care?
    NY State Cybersecurity Requirements for Financial Firms: Why Should You Care? Johna Till Johnson CEO and Founder Nemertes Research, Steven Grossman VP Strategy & Enablement Bay Dynamics Recorded: Nov 8 2016 45 mins
    The New York State Department of Financial Services (NYS DFS) recently issued proposed regulations for financial services firms in NYS to go into effect in January 2017. The regulations are groundbreaking in some respects, in particular in that they include requirements for emerging (or not yet fully emerged) technology categories. Yet, there are also significant gaps. Find out what these regulations may mean for your organization (whether or not you’re a financial services firm, or do business in New York). You’ll learn from the experts at Nemertes Research and Bay Dynamics how you can leverage the regulations to strengthen your cyber risk posture and take strides towards better protecting your company.
  • An Asset-Centric Approach to Manage Cyber Risk
    An Asset-Centric Approach to Manage Cyber Risk Humphrey Christian, Vice President, Product Management, Bay Dynamics Recorded: Aug 31 2016 56 mins
    Enterprises, both large and small, all have vulnerability management solutions. However, security teams are overwhelmed by the mountain of vulnerabilities uncovered by these solutions. Once they determine which endpoints, systems and applications are vulnerable to an attack, they do not know which steps to take next and in what order. As a result, they spend countless hours manually determining who owns the vulnerable asset, the value of that asset, if it was compromised and if there is an active threat to that asset.

    Join us for a live webinar on Wednesday, August 31, 2016 at 10am PT as Humphrey Christian, Vice President, Product Management, Bay Dynamics, discusses why organizations and business stakeholders, need an asset-centric approach to provide a fully integrated view of threats, vulnerabilities, asset value and business context. He will also give a live demonstration of the Bay Dynamics Risk Fabric cyber risk platform and provide examples of how our customers have used it to build asset-centric risk management programs that allow security teams, line-of-business leaders, C-level executives and boards of directors to determine which threats and associated vulnerabilities could lead to a compromise of their most valued assets and what steps need to be taken in order to reduce that risk.

    Register for the live webinar to learn more about:
    • Understanding your Assets at Risk by protecting your high value assets that can be exploited by threats and vulnerabilities
    • Why it is important to take an asset-centric approach to effectively manage cyber risk
    • How Risk Fabric cyber risk analytics platform servers as a centerpiece for this asset-centric approach through a live demonstration
  • Security Analytics for Effective Cyber Risk Management
    Security Analytics for Effective Cyber Risk Management Anil Nandigam, Sr Director, Product Marketing Recorded: Jun 23 2016 55 mins
    Organizations' ultimate goal is protecting corporate assets and reducing cyber risk around them. A multitude of security tools, both traditional and advanced, are deployed towards attaining this goal. But in order to truly address today’s cyber risk challenges, organizations need a security analytics platform that automates the process of aggregating data from existing security tools, enables understanding the assets at risk, and effectively communicates cyber risk to the right people at right time. In this presentation, you will learn how the Bay Dynamics Cyber Risk Analytics platform goes beyond traditional SIEM and User Behavior Analytics solutions to provide a prescription for organizations to measurably reduce cyber risk.
  • Beyond Vulnerability Management
    Beyond Vulnerability Management Gautam Aggarwal, Chief Marketing Officer, Bay Dynamics Recorded: May 23 2016 13 mins
    With today's multi-layered attack surface, traditional vulnerability management no longer suffices. Security leaders must embrace a new strategy to help identify and secure true assets at risk. Gautam Aggarwal of Bay Dynamics explains how.

    The challenge isn't identifying and taking inventory of assets at risk - organizations are adept at that. Where they fall short is at knowing which assets need the most attention, says Aggarwal, CMO at Bay Dynamics.

    "When it comes to prioritizing which assets to come back and mitigate, that is the challenge for [security leaders]," Aggarwal says. "They still lack context."

    All assets are valuable, Aggarwal points out. But some hold a higher cyber-value at risk than others. The key is not just to identify those assets, but to develop strong relationships with the line of business leaders who control those assets. Those relationships will reveal the business context necessary to making smarter security decisions.

    In an interview in the topic of securing assets at risk, Aggarwal discusses:

    - The flaws in traditional vulnerability management
    - How to identify and prioritize assets at risk
    - Why and how to engage line of business leaders in this discussion

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