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  • How Online Attackers Target Your Business and How to Stop Them
    How Online Attackers Target Your Business and How to Stop Them Tom Parker, CTO, FusionX and Chris Pace, Technology Advocate, EMEA, Recorded Future Recorded: May 11 2017 63 mins
    One of the best ways to develop an effective cyber defense is to think like your attacker and then develop a commensurate response. A professional penetration tester will explain the ways your IT environment actually comes under attack and offer step-by-step recommendations on how you can prevent those attacks.

    In this webinar, learn:

    • How online attackers choose their targets
    • How cyber criminals research potential victims and find initial points of entry
    • The methods attackers use to move laterally through your infrastructure to find sensitive data
    • What steps you can take to prevent attackers from targeting your company
    • How you can improve your defenses to make targeted attacks less effective
  • Using Threat Intelligence to Prevent a Ransomware Attack
    Using Threat Intelligence to Prevent a Ransomware Attack Join Bardia Omran, Cyber Threat Intelligence Analyst at BT, and Allan Liska, Intelligence Architect at Recorded Future Recorded: May 9 2017 58 mins
    Ransomware hit between 1 in 3 businesses during 2016 and is the fastest growing malware threat according to the U.S. Department of Justice. If you've been laid back about ransomware attacks, now might be a great time to change your ways.

    Join Bardia Omran, Cyber Threat Intelligence Analyst at BT, and Allan Liska, Intelligence Architect at Recorded Future, to learn how you can use threat intelligence to help prevent a ransomware attack. This informative webinar will review strategic, educational, and operational approaches your company can employ to help in this fight including:

    • Tactics and procedures you should consider implementing.
    • How ransomware is used as a tool rather than a stand-alone weapon in targeted attacks.
    • Common risks to avoid such as password reuse and the lack of safety training.
    • How threat intelligence is used to contextualize indicators of compromise.


    Bardia Omran is a Threat Intelligence Analyst in BT Security, UK. Previously, Bardia worked on a service desk where he gained an in-depth knowledge of operating systems. He has a keen interest in malware and has spent the past two years researching it and contributing to BT's Security Threat Intelligence product.

    Allan Liska is a solutions architect at Recorded Future. Allan has more than 15 years of experience in information security and has worked as both a security practitioner and an ethical hacker. Through his work at Symantec, iSIGHT Partners, FireEye, and Recorded Future, Allan has helped countless organizations improve their security posture using more effective intelligence. He is the author of “The Practice of Network Security, Building an Intelligence-Led Security Program,” and “Securing NTP: A Quickstart Guide” and the co-author of “DNS Security: Defending the Domain Name System and Ransomware: Defending Against Digital Extortion.”
  • How to Find the Threat With Threat Intelligence
    How to Find the Threat With Threat Intelligence Yonesy Núñez, Vice President, Information Security, and Richard Fairhurst, Vice President, Information Security, Wells Fargo Recorded: May 3 2017 61 mins
    Finding threats on a corporate network is certainly necessary, but by definition it means the threat has already breached your perimeter and is embedded in your networks. You're now on the defensive. This special report webinar looks at techniques you can use to identify potential breaches before they enter your network.

    You'll learn about using off-network threat intelligence to identify not only potential breaches before they attack, but also potential false positives and other network noise that might distract your team and technology from doing their jobs most effectively and efficiently.
  • Real Steps to Build a Threat Intelligence Framework
    Real Steps to Build a Threat Intelligence Framework Dave Shackleford, SANS and Chris Pace, Recorded Future Recorded: May 2 2017 60 mins
    While the value of threat intelligence is widely recognized and accepted in today's cyber landscape, many organizations are still struggling to actually implement a workable framework or know what kinds of intelligence might really be useful. Join this webinar for real-world actionable steps to prevent, detect, and respond to cyber threats, including:

    • Understanding the difference between strategic, operational, tactical, and technical threat intelligence.
    • Applying threat intelligence to monitor for emerging threats, better prioritize vulnerabilities, and more clearly understand your own threat surface.
    • Find the parts of your security operations that can reap the most benefit from the application of relevant threat intelligence.
  • Becoming a Threat Hunter in Your Enterprise
    Becoming a Threat Hunter in Your Enterprise John H Sawyer, Senior Security Analyst at InGuardians and Chris Pace, Technology Advocate at Recorded Future Recorded: Apr 14 2017 63 mins
    You’re tired of waiting. Tired of waiting for your technology to alert you that there’s already a problem. You want to be more proactive, sink your hands into those threat intelligence feeds, dig into those behavioral analytics reports, follow one clue after another after another, until it leads you to a would-be attacker, before they finish carrying out their grand plan. What you want is to be a threat hunter.

    And why not? Organizations who use threat hunting find it reduces their attack surface and enhances their incident response speed and accuracy. Yet few have formal programs in place with clear methodologies and repeatable processes. Attend this webinar and you’ll learn:

    • How threat hunting works
    • What a formal threat hunting program looks like
    • What skills any threat hunter should have
    • The threat hunter’s essential tricks and techniques of the trade
  • Automation, Machine Learning, and AI: Saving Security or Job Stealing Overlords?
    Automation, Machine Learning, and AI: Saving Security or Job Stealing Overlords? Michael Ball CISSP IT Security Consultant, Davi Ottenheimer President of flyingpenguin, Chris Pace, Recorded Future Recorded: Apr 11 2017 56 mins
    Headlines as we left 2016 and predictions for 2017 suggest that the future of the IT department (including information security) looks to be increasingly reliant upon machines doing the work, courtesy of the adoption and explosion of automation technologies, artificial intelligence and machine learning. How capable can machines ultimately become in securing businesses from an increasing array of threats? What role does this leave for humans?

    In this webinar we will look at the rise in popularity of artificial intelligence generally, what it means for businesses and its potential to improve efficiency and security. Which areas of security strategy may have the most to gain and lose in this transformation?

    This webinar will:

    • Consider the power of AI in threat intelligence, security operations and incident response
    • Discuss how AI and predictive analytics can lower risk
    • Question whether automation will always require the human factor
  • Threat Intelligence at 15,000 Feet: View From the Air Transport Industry
    Threat Intelligence at 15,000 Feet: View From the Air Transport Industry Dave Ockwell-Jenner, Senior Manager, Corporate Information Security Office (CISO), SITA Recorded: Apr 11 2017 52 mins
    It's critical to anticipate cyber threats and mitigate them before they impact the business of aviation. As technology continues to commoditize and threats evolve, applying best practices for reducing cyber security risk in the air transport industry is key. During this webinar air transport security expert, Dave Ockwell-Jenner at SITA, will explain how:

    • Threat intelligence improves security operations center (SOC) efficiency.
    • Threat hunting and incident response are enriched by threat intelligence.
    • Intelligence sharing can be done right, in the aviation security community and beyond.

    Dave Ockwell-Jenner has an extensive background in technology: from building one of the internet’s earliest major websites, to helping secure some of the world’s most critical systems. In his current role with air transport industry IT provider, SITA, Dave leads a team of cyber security professionals dedicated to protecting critical infrastructure against cyber threats. Cyber threat intelligence is a central part of SITA's security strategy, not just to defend the enterprise, but to extend a suite of capabilities to customers, partners, and the industry as a whole. Originally from the UK, Dave now lives with his family in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada — home to one of Canada's most vibrant entrepreneurial and high-tech communities.
  • How to Implement Threat Intelligence
    How to Implement Threat Intelligence Bryan Spano, CISSP and Chris Pace, Recorded Future Recorded: Mar 21 2017 66 mins
    We hear a lot of talk about threat intelligence and about how important it is to implement it, but we don’t get a lot of useful guidance on how a company that has yet to employ the technology can integrate it into an existing network. It's not sufficient to generate reports that have nuggets of crucial data mixed amongst the noise of network activity. You need to have staff that can analyze these reports and identify the crucial data, along with technology that makes it easier for crucial data to stand out.

    - What you need to know about how to implement threat intelligence
    - How to draw actionable information from the mass of data points that the technology generates

    About the speakers:

    Bryan Spano
    Cyber Security Leader/Professional, CISSP, PMP

    Experienced cyber leader with broad technical and business experience from military, federal law enforcement, and private sector roles. Project Management Professional (PMP), and Certified Information System Security Professional (CISSP)

    Chris Pace
    Technology Advocate, EMEA, Recorded Future

    Chris works for Recorded Future to engage and educate audiences on the power of real-time threat intelligence, using his extensive experience delivering security solutions to all kinds of organizations. Before beginning a career in information security, Chris trained as a Broadcast Journalist and also has worked in IT departments in the public and private sectors.
  • Ransomware on the Dark Web: How the Underground Economy Works
    Ransomware on the Dark Web: How the Underground Economy Works Andrei Barysevich, Director of Advanced Collection and Levi Gundert, Vice President of Intelligence, Recorded Future Recorded: Mar 9 2017 63 mins
    Ransomware can be more disturbing and damaging than any other cyber crime, and payouts seem to be on the rise. Now, a new brand of extortion is emerging, where criminals threaten to sell data obtained from ransomware campaigns on the cyber criminal underground. Join this webinar to learn about the mastermind behind an infamous ransomware campaign, the mindset of criminals no longer content with small payouts, what role threat intelligence plays, and the pros and cons of paying off criminals.
  • Beyond Feeds: A Deep Dive Into Threat Intelligence Sources
    Beyond Feeds: A Deep Dive Into Threat Intelligence Sources Dave Shackleford, Analyst, SANS Institute and Chris Pace, Technology Advocate, Recorded Future Recorded: Mar 7 2017 62 mins
    At this point in cyber security, mostly everyone knows what threat intelligence is, but how do you actually apply it? Many think feeds are the be all and end all for security teams. Feeds can be helpful, but in many cases they're binary and, while useful for comparison with internal security data, they might not give you the context you really crave.

    In this webinar, we will:

    - Go beyond feeds and look at specific technical, open, and dark web sources that, when combined, can open you to the multifaceted world of available threat intelligence.
    - Discuss the varied applications for this intelligence, not just for your SIEM, but every phase of the information security lifecycle
    - Show how the combination of a breadth of sources can save you hours of analysis time

    About the Speakers:

    Dave Shackleford - Analyst - SANS Institute

    Dave Shackleford is the owner and principal consultant of Voodoo Security and a SANS analyst, senior instructor, and course author. He has consulted with hundreds of organizations in the areas of security, regulatory compliance, and network architecture and engineering, and is a VMware vExpert with extensive experience designing and configuring secure virtualized infrastructures. He has previously worked as CSO for Configuresoft, CTO for the Center for Internet Security, and as a security architect, analyst, and manager for several Fortune 500 companies. Dave is the author of the Sybex book Virtualization Security.

    Chris Pace - Technology Advocate - Recorded Future

    Chris works for Recorded Future to engage and educate audiences on the power of real-time threat intelligence, using his extensive experience delivering security solutions to all kinds of organizations. Before beginning a career in information security, Chris trained as a Broadcast Journalist and also has worked in IT departments in the public and private sectors.

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