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  • Raising the Bar on Device Classification
    Raising the Bar on Device Classification Mitesh Shah, Sr. Technical Marketing & Kevin Mayer, Product Management ForeScout Technologies, Inc. Recorded: May 15 2018 46 mins
    The device landscape on enterprise networks has evolved from a static set of laptops, workstations and servers to a diverse mix of mobile, BYOD, IoT and OT devices, as well as virtual machines. Many of these devices are transient and come and go with increasing frequency. Without continuous visibility and classification of connected devices, it’s impossible to establish an accurate device inventory or an in-depth understanding of device risk profiles. This visibility gap is being targeted by bad actors to gain a foothold on the network and access sensitive information or cause business disruption.

    Join us to learn how the ForeScout platform helps organizations classify devices across their extended enterprise. Gain insight into the new capabilities of CounterACT 8, including:

    • Real-time, granular auto-classification of enterprise devices without relying on agents
    • Device profile updates from ForeScout Device Cloud, a crowd-sourced repository of IoT device insight from more than 500 real-world customer environments
    • Extending built-in classification capabilities to create your own custom classification policies
  • Continually Reducing Risk Despite Constant Changes
    Continually Reducing Risk Despite Constant Changes Julie Cullivan CIO, ForeScout Technologies, Inc. Recorded: Apr 30 2018 30 mins
    IoT is forcing security leaders to re-assess how they secure their networks. Each new device that comes online represents another attack vector for enterprises and it only takes one device to compromise an entire network and disrupt business operations, which can impact the bottom line.

    Recent Forrester research commissioned by ForeScout has unveiled some hidden technical and organisational challenges IT professionals should be aware of when managing IoT devices on their networks. The survey results demonstrate a dynamic shift in the way organisations are starting to think about security and risk as it relates to IoT.

    This session will highlight some key findings from this research and outline what organisations can do to better defend IoT-enabled systems from cyberattacks.
  • Visibility for the Extended Enterprise
    Visibility for the Extended Enterprise Mitesh Shah, Sr. Technical Product Marketing Mgr., ForeScout Technologies, Inc. Recorded: Apr 25 2018 39 mins
    How do you manage the explosive growth and diversity of devices connecting to your network? How do you handle those devices when the vast majority are IoT devices and operational technologies (OT), most of which cannot be managed via traditional agent-based security systems? Accurate device visibility is paramount for solving security use cases such as network access control, device compliance, asset management, network segmentation and incident response.

    Join us to learn how the ForeScout platform solves the device visibility problem across the extended enterprise. Get insight into the new capabilities of CounterACT 8, including:
    • Passive-only discovery and profiling in sensitive OT and industrial network zones without requiring agents
    • Support for cloud-based network management systems
    • A customizable web dashboard for device intelligence across campus, data center, cloud and OT networks
  • ForeScout's approach to becoming GDPR-compliant
    ForeScout's approach to becoming GDPR-compliant Tony Miller, Sr. Director of Legal Affairs & Jannine Mahone, Sr. Solutions Marketing Compliance, ForeScout Technologies Inc. Recorded: Mar 22 2018 43 mins
    More than 92 percent of multinational companies are focused on GDPR as a top priority1. ForeScout Technologies is one of them. Tony Miller, Sr. Director of Legal Affairs at ForeScout shares lessons learned in ForeScout's quest to assure data privacy and become GDPR compliant. This informal event will be in the form of questions and answers.
  • Crucial Components of  your SWIFT Customer Security Programme (CSP) Compliance
    Crucial Components of your SWIFT Customer Security Programme (CSP) Compliance Matt Buller, CTO Financial Services, ForeScout & Adam Kohler, Sr. Engineer, ForeScout Recorded: Mar 21 2018 29 mins
    In the wake of the high-profile, multi-million-dollar breaches using their infrastructure, SWIFT created the Customer Security Programme (CSP) to ensure their customers meet the required levels of security and compliance. Learn how ForeScout plays a crucial role in helping ensure SWIFT CSP compliance from ForeScout experts Matt Buller and Adam Kohler.
  • The Good, the Bad, & the Downright Dangerous: IoT & Healthcare
    The Good, the Bad, & the Downright Dangerous: IoT & Healthcare Vice President of Americas, Systems Engineering, Forescout Technologies, Inc. Recorded: Mar 6 2018 22 mins
    Organizations are struggling to wrap programs to increase the base level security on all devices, then Automate more process, and share more information with internal and external customers. This demands a fresh look at how operations teams works together including: share information better, improve patient care, streamline auditing all devices, and apply policy while still stretching the IT budget. The medical industry is at the precipice of the IoT and corporate networks.
  • Reduce Risk with Privileged Account Security & Continuous Visibility
    Reduce Risk with Privileged Account Security & Continuous Visibility Aytug Celikbas, Sales Engineer, CyberArk & Jim Higginbottom, Director Global Alliances, ForeScout Recorded: Feb 7 2018 44 mins
    With the threat landscape expanding every second, protecting the “keys to the kingdom” is vital to securing your business and its assets. Unsecured privileged accounts affords cyber criminals access to your highest value assets and data. Join your host, Conexsys Communications, to learn how CyberArk and ForeScout address this issue by reducing the attack surface. ForeScout scans the network in real time and automates policy-driven access control based on device security posture and behavior without using an agent. For over a decade CyberArk has led the market in securing enterprises against cyber attacks that take cover behind insider privileges and attack critical enterprise assets.
  • Preventing Cyberattacks via Dynamic Network Segmentation
    Preventing Cyberattacks via Dynamic Network Segmentation Ward Holloway, ForeScout Technologies & Chris Ebley, Managing Partner, BAI & Lee Space, Palo Alto Networks Recorded: Oct 16 2017 49 mins
    In today’s era of ‘Bring your own device’ (BYOD) mobility and ‘Internet of Things’ (IoT) devices proliferating networks as unknown or unmanaged connections, the cyberattack surface for most any organization continues to grow at an alarming rate. No longer can organizations rely on guarding their perimeter and trusting they know everyone and everything that is accessing their network. Proactive threat prevention in today’s BYOD and IoT era requires continuous network access visibility and intelligence as well as being able to automatically apply context-aware security policies such as segmenting devices and users without having to re-build networks or knowing the devices upfront.
    Webinar topics include:
    - Network security trends and challenges, including the more destructive ransomware, cryptoransomware, wipers, etc.
    - Risk prevention architecture considerations
    - Best practices based on real world experiences

    BAI will share some of its key learnings based on extensive experience implementing successful solutions that target attacks while creating more highly available, responsive, and automated networks. BAI is a team of Security Architects who have provided Automated Detection, Prevention, and Orchestration to protect Government Agencies, Higher Education and Fortune 1000 commercial accounts.
  • Securing Smart Transportation to Protect Your Community
    Securing Smart Transportation to Protect Your Community Ryan Brichant, VP & CTO of Cyber Security, ForeScout & Ashok Sankar, Director of Public Sector Solutions & Strategy, Splunk Recorded: Oct 2 2017 43 mins
    The US Department of Homeland Security has identified transportation as one of three top sectors in creating a Smart City. The Department also addressed the fact that the same technologies driving this digital transformation - smart sensors, fare collection systems, power relays, HVAC, cameras, and other unmanaged IoT devices – are also expanding the cyber attack surface and pose significant security risks to both citizens and critical assets. The challenge before transportation administrators, state and local officials and security and IT experts is how to enable these beneficial systems while also ensuring optimum security protections.

    Join us for this insightful webinar on the state of Smart Transportation initiatives and how you can gain the visibility and control you need to drive both Smart AND Secure Transportation to benefit your community.

    Webinar topics include:
    - The risks and challenges of new technologies and IoT inherent with Smart Transportation
    - How real-time end-to-end visibility can offer critical situational awareness needed to reduce and manage risks
    - Real world experiences
  • Gain Real-Time Vulnerability Assessment for Rapid Response to Security Threats
    Gain Real-Time Vulnerability Assessment for Rapid Response to Security Threats John Chirhart, Federal Technical Director, Tenable & Ellen Sundra, RVP of Systems Engineering PubSec, ForeScout Technologies Recorded: Sep 25 2017 50 mins
    Whether you’re an information security, compliance or IT executive, your job is harder than it’s ever been before. Regardless of your organization’s size or industry, there is a lack of immunity against the increasingly advanced threat environment.

    The number of data breaches reported today is growing at a rapid pace – as are the associated costs. At the same time, regulatory mandates continue to evolve. Yet, even with most organizations spending significant money on people and technology, the bad guys keep getting through.

    Join industry experts John Chirhart, Tenable and Ellen Sundra, ForeScout, on June 14 and discover how to:

    - Reduce security risk through faster, automated vulnerability scans of newly introduced systems on your network
    - Improve efficiency by focusing vulnerability scans on newly detected systems and on systems that have changed since the last scan
    - Increase ability to identify and eliminate vulnerable systems in hard to reach or unknown areas within your network
    - Orchestrate multi-system security

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