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  • Low to High: Risk Adverse May Not Make the Most Risk Sense
    Low to High: Risk Adverse May Not Make the Most Risk Sense
    Guy Rosefelt, Director of PM at NSFOCUS and Adrian Sanabria, VP of Strategy and Product Marketing at NopSec Recorded: Nov 15 2018 59 mins
    Recent evidence shows that a surprisingly high portion of vulnerabilities incorporated into malware or exploit kits are ranked low or medium severity. Counter to commonly-accepted practices, focusing only on high-severity vulnerabilities and setting a ‘cut-off’ point for lower scored issues, is not a safe or effective strategy. More importantly, proof-of-concept (POC) code for lower priority vulnerabilities is appearing more quickly after 0-day announcement leading to leading to widespread attacks equally as quickly. NSFOCUS and Nopsec will delve into this recent trend, discuss some of these lower level vulnerabilities being quickly exploited, and provide some thoughts how to better protect against these in the future.
  • Worse than Pests: Cyber Attackers Keep Coming Back
    Worse than Pests: Cyber Attackers Keep Coming Back
    Guy Rosefelt, Director of PM at NSFOCUS Recorded: Oct 25 2018 54 mins
    According to observations from the NSFOCUS Threat Intelligence Center (NTI), nearly 20% of attack source IP addresses have initiated more than one type of attack. That and other attack type trends such as DDoS, malware and web intrusions are only on the rise. The NSFOCUS 2018 H1 Cybersecurity Insights Report shows how bad the threat landscape was for the first half of this year and predicts what it will be like for the remainder. This webinar shows the driving forces behind these trends and what you can do to prepare for them.
  • [SPANISH] Cómo proteger y consolidar su negocio cibernético de los ataques DDoS?
    [SPANISH] Cómo proteger y consolidar su negocio cibernético de los ataques DDoS?
    Bruno Carvalho, Arquitecto de soluciones, EMEA Recorded: Sep 20 2018 56 mins
    Dado que los ataques dirigidos a las aplicaciones web son cada vez más frecuentes, es más importante que nunca que las organizaciones comprendan cómo protegerse contra los atacantes que apuntan a todos los niveles de la infraestructura. Los malintencionados están utilizando tecnologías, herramientas y conocimiento para explorar dónde eres más susceptible al ataque. Aunque eres susceptible de atacar, no tienes que ser vulnerable.
    Si usted es como la mayoría de las organizaciones, ya tiene una solución DDoS implementada, pero eso podría no ser lo suficientemente bueno. Cada vez más, los expertos recomiendan alejarse de los puntos únicos de falla, duplícalos o a veces triplicar, las soluciones de mitigación DDoS.
    Al adoptar una estrategia de mitigación DDoS híbrida (capacidad local y nube), las organizaciones tienen la mejor ruta hacia la resiliencia y eficiencia operativa en el evento de un ataque DDoS.

    Consideraciones adicionales
    • ¿Cómo estás definiendo la mitigación?
    • Si está utilizando una compañía de mitigación DDoS, ¿cuál es el mejor momento de mitigar?
    • ¿Tiene solución de nube como opción de failover?
    • ¿Estás haciendo todo lo que puedes para proteger a tu organización contra el próximo ataque?
    • NSFOCUS Holistic Hybrid Security
    • NSFOCUS Threat Intelligence

    Reserve su asiento hoy mismo para comprender cómo proteger y consolidar su negocio cibernético frente a los ataques DDoS
  • Protect and Consolidate Your Cyber Business from DDoS Attacks
    Protect and Consolidate Your Cyber Business from DDoS Attacks
    Bruno Carvalho, Solution Architect, EMEA Recorded: Sep 11 2018 49 mins
    As attacks targeting web applications are becoming more frequent, it’s more important than ever for organizations to understand how to protect against attackers targeting all levels of the infrastructure. Attackers are using technologies, tools, and reconnaissance to scout where you are most susceptible to assault. Although you are susceptible to attack, you don’t have to be vulnerable.

    By adopting a two-solution DDoS mitigation strategy – employing one mitigation downstream to defend at the point of attack and the other upstream to provide protection closer to the attacker before it reaches your network – organizations have the best path to resiliency and operational efficiency in the event of a DDoS attack.

    Additional considerations
    •How are you defining detection?
    •If you’re using a DDoS mitigation company, what’s the time to mitigate?
    •Do you have cloud solution as failover option?
    •Are you doing all that you can to protect your organization against the next attack?
    •NSFOCUS Holistic Hybrid Security Solutions
    •NSFOCUS Threat Intelligence

    Reserve your seat today to understand how Protect and Consolidate Your Cyber Business from DDoS Attacks
  • 3 Lessons to Learn from Drupalgeddon 2
    3 Lessons to Learn from Drupalgeddon 2
    Guy Rosefelt, Director of PM at NSFOCUS and Michelangelo Sidagni CoFounder and CTO at NopSec Recorded: Jul 20 2018 33 mins
    • An in-depth analysis of the Drupal vulnerabilities: CVE-2018-7600 & CVE-2018-7602
    • NSFocus & NopSec's research findings about the Drupal Vulnerabilities
    • Common themes with php vulnerabilities & how to protect your organization from them
  • What and Where Were the Top IoT Cyber-Threats in 2017?
    What and Where Were the Top IoT Cyber-Threats in 2017?
    Xiaobing Sun, Principal Security Researcher Recorded: Jun 26 2018 52 mins
    In the past few years, with the proliferation of IoT devices, IoT security becomes a hot topic. Earlier this year, researchers at NSFocus put together a “2017 Annual IoT Cybersecurity Report”, surveying the IoT landscape and the new threats from them. In this webinar, we will highlight the important findings and opinions in this report. Topics include:
    •Survey of the exposed IoT devices.
    •Various vulnerabilities in these IoT devices.
    •Threat analysis from these IoT devices.
    •How to protect the IoT devices.
  • FinTech Security: Cyberthreats Today and Tomorrow
    FinTech Security: Cyberthreats Today and Tomorrow
    Guy Rosefelt, Director of PM Recorded: May 29 2018 41 mins
    This is an opportunity for all Fintech security professionals to take a deep dive into the current and future threats targeting the technology that drives the financial sector.
    This briefing will present highlights of the joint NSFOCUS and Ping An Financial Security Research Institute authored report “2017 Fintech Security Analysis Report”. Topics include:

    •An analysis of Fintech from the perspective of the Internet
    •The development history of and current trends in Fintech
    •Typical Fintech cybersecurity threats, data security threats, and business security threats
    •The current security posture of Fintech institutions and the security trends that they should be aware of.

    Reserve your seat today to learn how to better arm yourself against the next generation of threats against Fintech.
  • Adventures in TI: What is your IP Reputation?
    Adventures in TI: What is your IP Reputation?
    Guy Rosefelt, Director of PM, APAC Threat Intelligence & Web Security Recorded: Oct 17 2017 48 mins
    Abstract: Can you afford not knowing how bad your provider's IP reputation is? How likely are IP addresses adjacent to you of being infected with malware or participating in botnets?

    NSFOCUS has been tracking the reputation of IP addresses globally by ASN for over a year and recently released the August 2017 Global IP Reputation report. Some interesting patterns have emerged worldwide as the number of IP addresses added to reputation lists continues to increase due to Mirai, WannaCry and other malware infecting the Internet of Things.

    NSFOCUS SecLab is tracking IP reputation across 9 categories, including SPAM, DDoS, botnets, and web attackers. This talk will present global IP reputation trends and rank the countries with the worst IP reputation…and it may not be China.
  • Emerging DDoS Trends 2017: Empty Threats & Real Attacks
    Emerging DDoS Trends 2017: Empty Threats & Real Attacks
    Xiaobing Sun, Principal Security Researcher Recorded: Oct 10 2017 37 mins
    This year the cyber-security realm has experienced a few dramatic emerging trends to include a couple of the largest denial-of-service attacks and ransomware outbreaks in history. Follow NSFOCUS as we take a deeper look into these DDoS attacks and some of the processes that now seem to be tied to the overall attack-chain. Additionally, we will learn how protective measures such as Threat Intelligence and cloud-based DDoS defenses are adding value to circumvent and mitigate attack efforts from various threat actors.
  • NSA Hacking Tools Exposed Pt 2: Are You Protected?
    NSA Hacking Tools Exposed Pt 2: Are You Protected?
    Cody Mercer, Senior Threat Research Analyst Recorded: May 24 2017 31 mins
    The ‘Shadow Brokers’ have recently released a new cache of malware exploits into the wild in which our NSF Threat Intelligence Researchers were able to reverse engineer and ‘sandbox’ for analytical purposes. With this noted, very sophisticated malware strains developed at the ‘State-Sponsored’ level by such entities as NSA are now readily available and primarily targeting vulnerabilities identified in Microsoft OS’s and MS applications.

    This will be the second installment to my previous BrightTalk presentation that will take a deeper look into specific exploits released by the Shadow Brokers and their attributed TTP’s (Techniques, Tactics, Procedures) and how NSFOCUS’s Threat Intelligence can assist in securing your security posture.

    Join NSFOCUS in this event to discuss:

    •What are the exploits Fuzzbunch, Dandersprit, and OddJob and their associated campaigns?

    •How can NSF’s Threat Intelligence Portal and Reputation Feeds protect you and your company against these recently released malwares?

    •Gain a better understanding of TI components to include ‘Strategic’ and ‘Tactical’ information and how knowledge of these exploits will help protect your company from future compromise.

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