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  • Automate Threat hunting With Security Analytics & Machine Learning
    Automate Threat hunting With Security Analytics & Machine Learning
    Ryan Stolte, CTO and co-founder, Bay Dynamics Recorded: Jun 26 2019 61 mins
    Multi-stage attacks use diverse and distributed methods to circumvent existing defenses and evade detection - spanning endpoints, networks, email and other vectors in an attempt to land and expand. Meanwhile, individual tools including DLP, EDR, CASBs, email security and advanced threat protection are only designed to identify individual elements of a campaign, putting the onus on human analysts to piece together the bigger picture - when time and resources allow.

    Today's advanced security analytics platforms combine data from numerous security solutions to eliminate blind spots, visualize multi-stage threats and provide the detailed context necessary to enact targeted response. By using behavioral analytics and applying dedicated machine learning, these platforms automate critical threat hunting capabilities, so analysts at all levels can pinpoint advanced attacks, drive remediation and continuously refine investigation.

    Register for this webinar and learn about:

    -Visualizing multi-stage threats and compromised users;
    -Investigating and hunting within and across stages;
    -Maximizing human talent using Machine Learning.
    -Addressing DLP, EDR and Email Security use cases;
  • Secrets of Mature DLP Programs
    Secrets of Mature DLP Programs
    Salah Nasser, Director Product & GTM Strategy, Symantec and Kyle Black, Director Systems Engineering, Bay Dynamics Recorded: Jan 16 2019 56 mins
    Incident triage dominates daily efforts by Data Loss Prevention (DLP) teams. What’s more pressing is the need to expand DLP policies and channels, i.e. cloud apps and email, are creating more incidents. But more incidents arrive than can be closed - so high risk actions sometimes get missed.

    New user and entity behavior analytics platforms like Symantec Information Centric Analytics (ICA) dramatically reduce false positives, so there’s time to refine processes and educate other organizations.

    Key questions answered include:

    -How to expand existing Data Protection to cover more channels while reducing incident management?

    -What’s abnormal but dangerous activity? and how dangerous is it?

    -How to address more incidents and risky users without changing policies?
  • A Pragmatic Look at Security Platforms - Immediate Impact and Future Promise
    A Pragmatic Look at Security Platforms - Immediate Impact and Future Promise
    Ryan Stolte CTO, Bay Dynamics, Jon Oltsik Sr.Principal Analyst, ESG and Patrick Gardner SVP, Email Security & ATP, Symantec Recorded: Nov 14 2018 60 mins
    There has been a lot of industry buzz about cybersecurity platforms over the past year but much of the discussion is long on hyperbole and short on detail.

    What exactly is a cybersecurity platform?
    Are organizations really looking to purchase and deploy these platforms?
    How can they impact the daily lives of security practitioners?

    Join Bay Dynamics, ESG, and Symantec and get educated on:

    - New research about the growing transition to cybersecurity platforms

    - The benefits of cybersecurity platforms

    - How cybersecurity platforms will continue to evolve in the future.

    Register Today
  • Part 1 of 3: Secrets of Mature DLP Programs - Getting from "How?" to "Wow!"
    Part 1 of 3: Secrets of Mature DLP Programs - Getting from "How?" to "Wow!"
    Salah Nasser, Director Product & GTM Strategy, Symantec and Kyle Black, Director Systems Engineering, Bay Dynamics Recorded: Aug 9 2018 56 mins
    In the first of a three-part webcast series:

    Part 1: First Things First - Understanding “Normal” Through Smart Incident Response and User and Entity Behavior Analytics (UEBA)

    Incident triage dominates daily efforts by Data Loss Prevention (DLP) teams. What’s more is the need to expand DLP policies and channels, i.e. cloud apps and email, are creating more incidents. But more incidents arrive than can be closed - so high risk actions sometimes get missed.

    New user and entity behavior analytics platforms like Symantec Information Centric Analytics (ICA) dramatically reduce false positives, so there’s time to refine processes and educate other organizations.

    Key questions answered include:

    -How to expand existing Data Protection to cover more channels while reducing incident management?

    -What’s abnormal but dangerous activity? and how dangerous is it?

    -How to address more incidents and risky users without changing policies?

    Register Today

    About the 3-Part DLP webcast series:
    The need for data protection continues to increase as organiztions mature, acquire new organizations, adopt cloud applications and infrastructure.

    While each DLP initiative launches with high expectations, many remain immature after years. Root causes can be understood - technology, people, and processes – and addressed so DLP can effectively protect data in the hybrid cloud world.

    This 3-part series features pragmatic insights and lessons learned from mature DLP programs on making their teams effective and getting buy in from their organizations.

    Upcoming webcasts:
    August 30th: Part 2 of 3:Talking It Out – Cross-functional Communication Key to Mature DLP Programs (Register Today http://bit.ly/0830DLPwebcast)

    September 20th: Part 3 of 3: Data, Data Everywhere - Increasing DLP Value as Everyone Goes Cloud (http://bit.ly/0920DLPwebinar)
  • How to Tackle Data Protection Risk in time for GDPR Compliance
    How to Tackle Data Protection Risk in time for GDPR Compliance
    Sunil Choudrie: Information Protection Strategist, Deena Thomchick: Sr. Dir. Product Mgmt, Steven Grossman: VP Bay Dynamics Recorded: Mar 15 2018 62 mins
    Leveraging state of the art technology to help you find personal data, spot risky users, and respond to incidents

    The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) sets a new standard in data protection that will impact not just EU, but global organizations. With the GDPR start date quickly approaching, organizations face plural priorities; how to stay on top of their existing security program, while building – and implementing - a compliance strategy by May 2018.

    The keys to success? First, ensuring you understand the data protection risks you face. Second, using state of the art technology to both reduce risk and free up your security team.

    Join us on March 15th to learn how to leverage state of the art technology to build an efficient data protection risk management strategy.

    During this session, you will learn:

    -Why good risk management and data-centric protection go hand in hand

    -How leading technology helps you discover, monitor and protect personal data, wherever it is

    -Using data analytics to detect, quantify, and prioritize insider threats and outsider risks

    -How to free up your security team by removing unnecessary alerts and distractions

    Please join us, register today
  • Vulnerability Risk Management; Not Just Scanners Anymore
    Vulnerability Risk Management; Not Just Scanners Anymore
    Steven Grossman, VP of Strategy, Bay Dynamics with Guest Speaker, Forrester Sr. Security & Risk Analyst, Josh Zelonis Recorded: Oct 24 2017 57 mins
    The risk from software vulnerabilities has historically been an IT Operations concern, but no longer. A more integrated approach centralizing vulnerability data, and decision making, is necessary to provide a holistic view of organizational risk up the executive chain. The ability to prioritize asset risk, communicate with stakeholders, and make rapid, informed decisions, will be the difference between success, and failure, for many modern enterprises.

    Join this live Q&A with guest speaker, Forrester Senior Analyst Serving Security & Risk professionals, Josh Zelonis and Bay Dynamics VP of Strategy, Steven Grossman, as they answer your questions and cover:

    - Why is vulnerability risk management more that scanning?
    - How do you prioritize risks beyond CVE and CVSS scores?
    - How can a preemptive approach elevate vulnerability risk management to the core enterprise-wide risk management item it should be?
    -What are the common challenges in moving to a vulnerability risk management model?

    Register for this webcast for insight into the changing demands on vulnerability management programs.
  • 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.

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