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  • Security at the speed of DevOps
    Security at the speed of DevOps
    Scott Ward: Solutions Architect - Amazon Web Services (AWS), Alexi Papaleonardos: Principal Consultant - CrowdStrike Recorded: Jun 19 2019 59 mins
    Organizations are rapidly adopting DevOps as they retool their IT infrastructure. The speed and agility it delivers enables them to better serve their customers and compete more effectively in the marketplace. Far too often security is seen as an inhibitor — getting in the way of rapid delivery of new applications and the ability to scale infrastructure to meet business opportunity.

    In this session, experts from Amazon Web Services (AWS) and CrowdStrike will outline how to quickly deploy and scale while retaining control and preserving compliance when using the cloud. You’ll learn how you can adopt a DevOps model without sacrificing security by using automated compliance policies, fine-grained controls, and configuration management techniques.

    This webcast will cover these key topics and takeaways:

    - A review and discussion of the shared responsibility model to help you understand the tenets of security that’s “of” the cloud versus security “in” the cloud
    - Best practices in securing your cloud presence
    - Practical steps for how you should assess your infrastructure, management and compliance
  • Going Far Beyond Antivirus
    Going Far Beyond Antivirus
    Dr. Sven Krasser: VP, Chief Scientist - CrowdStrike, Dan Larson: VP, Product Marketing - CrowdStrike Recorded: Jun 13 2019 62 mins
    An examination of three "must-have" capabilities for effective endpoint protection.

    Analysts have been redefining endpoint protection platforms (EPP) in light of the increasingly sophisticated threat actors targeting today's organizations. A recent report from the Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG), which found that 76 percent of organizations have either changed their AV vendor recently or are planning to do so soon, proves that organizations are aligned with this thinking. However, analysts also warn that organizations shouldn't just switch from vendor A to vendor B — they recommend moving beyond signature-based AV solutions to next-gen EPP that is truly capable of offering you better protection and performance.

    This webcast focuses on the three critical features you should look for in next-gen EPP and gives you an understanding of the cutting-edge technology that can take you "far beyond AV." Join a panel of CrowdStrike experts including VP and Chief Scientist Sven Krasser, VP of Product Marketing Dan Larson, Senior Engineering Manager Kirby Koster and Senior Director of OverWatch and Security Response Jennifer Ayers, as they take a deep dive into the must-haves that characterize true next-gen EPP.

    Join this webcast to learn:

    - The new definition of endpoint protection and the characteristics that separate the old from the new
    - The role of AI and ML in EPP and the factors that make these technologies most effective
    - How event stream processing powers behavioral analytics and why it’s crucial for EPP
    - Proactive threat hunting and its role in EPP
  • Stopping Breaches Faster: The 1/10/60 Minute Challenge
    Stopping Breaches Faster: The 1/10/60 Minute Challenge
    Scott Taschler: Director of Products - CrowdStrike, Rachel Scobey: Technical Product Manager - CrowdStrike Recorded: Jun 11 2019 53 mins
    Breakout time, the time that it takes an intruder to jump from the machine that’s initially compromised and move laterally through your network, on average is 1h and 58m*. This is your critical window to take action and stop the breach. When an attack is in progress, we’re seeing world leading security teams take one minute to detect it, 10 minutes to understand it and one hour to contain it. Is your organisation ready to meet the 1/10/60 minute challenge?

    Attend this webcast to learn:

    -What breakout time is and what it means for defenders that are responding to attacks in real time
    -How the incident response process unfolds and the barriers that keep organisations from mounting a rapid and efficient response
    -The key steps you can take to improve your organisation’s ability to rapidly detect, investigate and remediate threats

    * The 2018 CrowdStrike® Global Threat Report
  • BECs - Are You Prepared?
    BECs - Are You Prepared?
    Bryan York: Director, Professional Services - CrowdStrike, David Hampton: Manager, Professional Services - CrowdStrike Recorded: May 8 2019 57 mins
    Business Email Compromises (BECs) are a growing problem across a multitude of industries. Threat actors are the spearhead of this new genre of cyber fraud, triggering losses that run into the billions of dollars.

    In this webcast, CrowdStrike experts will detail how to identify and defend against the threat posed by BECs. Experts will also discuss how to identify a BEC in the context of a broader compromise assessment focused on addressing current and past attackers.

    Join this session to learn:

    - How BEC works and the nature of the threat that it poses to your organization
    - Examples from real-life BEC attacks and responses
    - Insight into Office 365 BEC investigative methodologies and data sources
    - The role compromise assessments can play in your security hygiene and how it can help protect against BEC
  • Observations from the Front Lines of Threat Hunting
    Observations from the Front Lines of Threat Hunting
    Harlan Carvey: Senior Researcher - CrowdStrike, John Wunder: Principal Cybersecurity Engineer - MITRE Recorded: May 1 2019 47 mins
    The CrowdStrike® Falcon OverWatch™ threat hunting team has a unique vantage point on today’s threat landscape. The team’s new report, “Observations from the Front Lines of Threat Hunting,” provides this perspective with an in-depth discussion of today’s most sophisticated cyberattacks, compiled by expert hunters working at the forefront of cyber defense.

    Join MITRE’s John Wunder and CrowdStrike expert threat hunter Harlan Carvey as they discuss exploring the attacker trends observed in the wild and provide practical advice to improve your security posture today.

    Join this webcast to learn:

    - The prevalent tactics and techniques used by adversaries in 2018 and the trends you can expect to continue
    - How to improve your organization's defenses by analyzing the steps successful enterprises take to ensure their security
    - What the MITRE ATT&CK framework is and how it helps defenders understand and respond to new threats
  • A Day in the Life of a SOC Analyst
    A Day in the Life of a SOC Analyst
    Adam Meyers: VP Intelligence - CrowdStrike, Kurt Baker: Senior Director of Product Marketing for Intelligence - CrowdStrike Recorded: Apr 24 2019 49 mins
    Today’s Security Operation Center (SOC) teams are challenged by the volume and the growing sophistication of cyber threats. The typical SOC receives tens of thousands of alerts each week, yet, due to a lack of time and resources, only a small percentage will ever be investigated.

    This webcast looks at typical SOC activities, including the pitfalls and failures, and offers a new approach to alert investigation and response. Join CrowdStrike VP of Intelligence Adam Meyers to gain an understanding of how integrating and automating threat intelligence with endpoint protection can accelerate incident research, streamline the investigative process and drive better security responses.

    Join this webcast to hear CrowdStrike experts discuss:

    - How you can cut your incident investigation time from 8 hours to 10 minutes
    - How SOC teams can focus on the most relevant threats
    - How you can automatically investigate all incidents, learn from attacks, and accelerate your decision-making and response
    - How to get ahead of adversaries by understanding their motivations and tradecraft, enabling you to predict and anticipate their next move
  • How to make 60-minute Remediation a Reality
    How to make 60-minute Remediation a Reality
    Austin Murphy: Vice President of Managed Services - CrowdStrike, Con Mallon: Senior Product Director - CrowdStrike Recorded: Apr 17 2019 54 mins
    Speed is an imperative in cybersecurity and it is one of the themes in the CrowdStrike® 2019 Global Threat Report, which highlights the critical importance of speed in staying ahead of today’s rapidly evolving threats. One of the focuses of this year’s report is “breakout time” — the window of time from when an adversary first compromises an endpoint machine to when they begin moving laterally throughout your network to reach their objective. For some adversaries, it only takes an average of 18 minutes. This begs an important question — are you and your organization able to respond at the same pace as the attacker?

    To help organizations be better prepared for today’s sophisticated adversaries, CrowdStrike has established the "1-10-60 rule” as a benchmark for the average speed needed to defeat the adversary and stop the breach: 1 minute to detect, 10 to investigate and 60 minutes to remediate.

    In this webcast, CrowdStrike VP of Managed Services Austin Murphy will discuss the 1-10-60 rule and explain why these key outcome-driven metrics are critical to your organization’s security readiness. He will also show you how CrowdStrike Falcon® Complete™ can instantly transform your security and ensure you can meet the 1-10-60 rule.

    Join this webcast to learn:

    - Why speed of detection, investigation and remediation are key factors for successful day-to-day security management

    - The important steps needed to improve your organization’s ability to rapidly detect, investigate and remediate threats

    - How Falcon Complete can fast-track your organization to a 1-10-60 rule posture and elevate your cybersecurity maturity to the highest possible level, regardless of your internal resources
  • Fileless Attacks: Learn how to defend your organisation against them
    Fileless Attacks: Learn how to defend your organisation against them
    Zeki Turedi, Senior Systems Engineer, CrowdStrike Recorded: Oct 12 2017 34 mins
    Standard security solutions have continued to improve in their ability to detect and block malware and cyberattacks. This has forced cybercriminals to employ stealthier methods of evading legacy security to achieve success, including launching fileless attacks.

    Join CrowdStrike security experts as they discuss why so many of today's adversaries are abandoning yesterday's malware and relying on an evolving array of fileless exploits. You'll learn how fileless attacks are conceived and executed and why they are successfully evading the standard security measures employed by most organizations. You'll also receive guidance on the best practices for defending your organization against these stealthy, damaging attacks.

    Join this webcast to learn:
    - Best practices for defending your organization against fileless attacks
    - How a fileless attack is executed — see how an end-to-end attack unfolds
    - Why fileless attacks are having so much success evading legacy security solutions
  • Hand to Hand Combat with an Advanced Attacker
    Hand to Hand Combat with an Advanced Attacker
    Zeki Tured, Senior Systems Engineer, CrowdStrike Recorded: Jun 14 2017 59 mins
    Learn new attack techniques that have been uncovered by CrowdStrike’s threat hunting and incident response teams including: initial attack vectors, persistence, lateral movement and data exfiltration techniques. See new techniques for dealing with malware, ransomware, spearphishing, exploits and malware-free intrusions. Leave knowing how to identify and stop advanced threat activity in your environment.

    Learning Outcomes:

    - How nation-state threats are crafted and how their Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTPs) help identify them from more routine advanced attacks
    - Who are the most notable adversaries in 2017 and the key European security themes based on the latest intelligence compiled across CrowdStrike’s global intelligence gathering operation
    - What are the indicators of attack and how you can apply them to defeat the adversary?
  • Is Ransomware Morphing Beyond the Ability of Standard Approaches to Stop It?
    Is Ransomware Morphing Beyond the Ability of Standard Approaches to Stop It?
    Dan Brown, Detection Architect at Crowdstrike Recorded: May 2 2017 60 mins
    Ransomware continues to evolve as perpetrators develop new exploits with consequences that can be dramatic and immediate. New super strains go beyond holding files hostage. In Austria, ransomware was used to take over a hotel’s keycard system so guests were locked out of their rooms. Researchers have developed strains that can alter programmable logic controller (PLC) parameters with the potential to throw major mechanical systems into chaos. New defense approaches are needed because organizations can no longer rely on backups and conventional security solutions to protect them. Join CrowdStrike Senior Security Architect Dan Brown as he explains why conventional security isn’t working, and reveals recent innovations – including new Indicator of Attack (IOA) behavioral analysis methodologies – to successfully detect and prevent even the most complex “file-less” ransomware exploits.
    Attend this CrowdCast where Dan will discuss:

    ● The challenges of defending against dangerous new variants, such as Russian roulette-style ransomware that encrypts data in stages, or the use of “known good” programs such as the WinRar data compression tool to implement ransomware

    ● Real-world examples of ransomware in action and how different approaches fare against each type of exploit

    ● How the CrowdStrike Falcon cloud-delivered platform can defend your organization against new super strains of ransomware that use sophisticated malware-free tactics

    Dan Brown
    Crowdstrike, Detection Architect
    Dan is a 15-year veteran of the cybersecurity industry with a career that spans contributions to DARPA, NASA, and other government agencies, as well as several successful private-sector startups. At CrowdStrike, Dan engages in research to support ever evolving detection and prevention technology.

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