Jacob Serpa, Product Marketing Manager, Bitglass; Brandon Dunlap, Moderator
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is designed to ensure the privacy and security of European citizens’ personal data. The regulation takes a comprehensive approach to guaranteeing that organizations protect personal data completely and consistently as it is collected, stored, and used. As GDPR comes into effect May 2018, organizations are scrambling to reach compliance with its many requirements - particularly as they relate to the cloud. Fortunately, there are technology solutions that can address a breadth of GDPR-related concerns. Join Bitglass and (ISC)2 on August 31, 2017 at 1:00PM Eastern for the first in a three part Security Briefings series where we will discuss how the components of a cloud access security broker (CASB) can help organizations meet the regulation’s various requirements.
It’s not uncommon for security teams to see upwards of 17,000 malware alerts per week and only investigate a third of them. Each incident detected requires investigation and eventually remediation before it can be laid to rest. Unfortunately, the security talent capable of performing these tasks is scarce, which leaves most security operations teams spread thin, a symptom of sparse coverage compounded by the drain of low fidelity security alerts and false positives. Join Exabeam and (ISC)² on August 3, 2017 at 1:00PM Eastern to learn how SIEM technologies must evolve to include automated playbooks and orchestration for common attacks such as malware and spear-phishing.
Malware and spear-phishing continue to cause the most headaches for IT security teams. Over the years, attackers have become more sophisticated and SIEM systems have failed to keep up. Key indicators of emerging threats include lateral movement, where the attacker silently attempts to access multiple servers on the network, and account management, where the attacker escalates privilege or creates new privileged accounts. Detection of advanced threats like these require real time analytics and the ability to find signals within the very noisy security environment. Join Exabeam and (ISC)² on June 29, 2017 at 1:00PM Eastern to learn how user behavior analytics automatically analyzes and scores activity for escalated risk allowing for quick attack detection.
Big data, Hadoop, Cloud and Internet of Things (IoT), promise to revolutionize the business of governments and enterprises alike. But they not only create opportunity, but also more data flows to be attacked and surface area for attacks, including more devices, connections, and networks. Government and enterprises must protect the data that flows across new initiatives and innovations while preserving business processes and protecting business-critical legacy systems. This presentation will cover how data-centric security and Format-Preserving Encryption can enable safe innovation and business transformation. Come along with HPE and (ISC)2 as we explore Big Data, Cloud and IoT.
In the final part of this Security Briefings series, we’ll examine why protecting data-at-rest is so important. We’ll discuss problems of the “perform storm”, what analysts have concluded, and discuss how Enterprise Secure Key Manager technology helps protect data, eliminate risk, and reduce your operational and capital costs.
Hackers stealing credentials and operating in your corporate network…disgruntled employees collecting customer lists and design materials for a competitor…malware sending identity information back to random domains…these common threats have been with us for years and are only getting worse. Most organizations have invested large amounts in security intelligence, yet these solutions have fallen short. Simply put, security intelligence and management, in the form of legacy SIEM technologies, has failed to keep up with complex threats. Join Exabeam and (ISC)² on June 1, 2017 at 1:00PM Eastern to gain a better understanding of why static correlation rules are no longer a match for today’s threats.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is the interconnection of uniquely identifiable embedded computing devices within the existing Internet infrastructure. However, securing it can be difficult. Join Gemalto and (ISC)2 for a discussion on the Internet of Things and how it will play a role in your future and what changes will be happening in security.
Healthcare organizations are entrusted with securing sensitive patient records, which also happen to be high-worth targets for hackers and fraudsters. Suffering the highest cost per-breached-record across industries, the healthcare sector also contends with maintaining compliance with mandates such as HIPAA, EPCS, eIDAS, and HITECH (aka EHR Incentive programs). How can strong authentication help comply with these mandates, and what use cases does it address?
Join Gemalto and (ISC)2 to learn:
· Why electronic healthcare records are a prime target for both compliance fines and fraudsters
· How do healthcare organizations comply with mandates such as HIPAA, HITECH, EPCS and eIDAS?
· Who in the healthcare business chain has to comply with these mandates?
· Six strong authentication use cases for improving security and compliance in healthcare organizations and their business associates
Come join a discussion with two industry leaders in the converging worlds of Dark Web Scanning and Artificial Intelligence. Learn how Intelligent agents can work from your desktop to scan the dark web for your stolen data.
Governments and enterprises are more challenged than ever to protect their most valuable data, from a citizen’s social security number to highly classified data. But endpoint or network security can’t stop attackers, and much less a malevolent insider. The solution lies in protecting the data itself. Recent NIST and FIPS validations make groundbreaking Format-Preserving Encryption (FPE) technology available to government and enterprises. FPE “de-identifies” sensitive data, rendering it useless to attackers, while maintaining its usability and referential integrity for data processes and applications, and easily layering protection into decades-old legacy systems. Join HPE and (ISC)2 for an exploration of this topic in the 1st part of a three part series.
Enabling secure BYOD has long been a challenge for IT. Attempts to secure these devices with agents and device management tools like MDM have been met with widespread employee concerns about privacy and usability, and as a result, organizations see low rates of adoption. Requiring that employees use these install these cumbersome device management tools or access data solely from managed devices are solutions fraught with issues. Employees need the flexibility to work from any device, anywhere. Join Bitglass and (ISC)2 for the 3rd part of our 3-part Briefings series on May 4, 2017 at 1:00PM Eastern where n this we discuss the trends driving growth in demand for BYOD, the drawbacks of MDM, and some of alternative solutions used to secure employee-owned devices without agents.