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  • What you don’t know CAN hurt you.  Are you GDPR PII compliant?
    What you don’t know CAN hurt you. Are you GDPR PII compliant? Bob Tarzey, Quocirca analyst and director, Fabian Libeau, RiskIQ technical director Recorded: Jul 11 2017 46 mins
    With GDPR fast approaching, do you know everywhere you’re collecting PII?

    The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) includes new requirements and controls on the online processing of personally identifiable information (PII) and large fines if poor practice leads to short comings in processing controls or lead to a data breach. RiskIQ’s recent research into leading UK organisations shows that there is still much to be done to comply with the regulation.

    Join us for this webinar with Bob Tarzey, Quocirca analyst and director, and Fabian Libeau, RiskIQ EMEA Technical Director. Topics covered include:

    - What are the changes to online information processing introduced by GDPR and how do they differ from current data privacy legislation?
    - What are the common issues organisations face to comply?
    - How can RiskIQ help?
    - Case Study example
  • Digital Risk Management Maturity Model
    Digital Risk Management Maturity Model Nick Hayes, Sr. Analyst, Forrester and Sam Curcuruto, Sr. Product Manager, RiskIQ Recorded: May 3 2017 52 mins
    How mature is your organization’s digital risk management program?

    For many organizations, multichannel access to information, including web, mobile and social channels, presents new digital threats that are often overlooked. Join senior security analyst Nick Hayes of Forrester Research, co-author of The Forrester Wave™: Digital Risk Monitoring, to discuss digital risk monitoring and management.

    Watch this webinar presented by Slashdot Media and sponsored by RiskIQ to learn how to gain visibility into, detect, and respond to digital threats of all kinds. We will discuss:

    How digital risk threatens your organization
    The Digital Risk Maturity Model
    The requisite processes and resources necessary to formalize and fine-tune digital risk management
    Where to prioritize your investment in digital risk for maximum impact
  • How RiskIQ Host Pairs Confirmed the Lazarus Group Attack on Polish Banking
    How RiskIQ Host Pairs Confirmed the Lazarus Group Attack on Polish Banking Gary Paluch Sr. Sales Engineer RiskIQ and Sam Curcuruto Sr. Product Marketer RiskIQ Recorded: May 2 2017 28 mins
    In this webinar, we break down a recent string of attacks against Polish banking institutions, which share traits with the 2014 assault on Sony Corp linked to the Lazarus Group.

    The example we examine reveals how this attack on the Polish Financial Supervision Authority is part of a larger international hacking effort.

    We run a live investigation of the attack and discuss key learnings including how:

    Host Pair data sets were crucial to confirming relationships to the KNF site that hosted the malicious iframe that pointed at two malicious URLs
    RiskIQ virtual users provide an understanding of exactly what happens when a page is loaded, uncover stealthy attacks that happen behind the scenes, and speed up confirmation and mitigation of threats
    Security teams can prevent and proactively investigate website compromises like this
  • Roll of the Dice: The Dangers of Third Party Code on Your Websites
    Roll of the Dice: The Dangers of Third Party Code on Your Websites Fabian Libeau, EMEA Technical Director, RiskIQ Recorded: Mar 9 2017 31 mins
    Third-party website resources and code play an integral role in the online economy. They enable interactive sites that allow people to transact with their banks; shop online, watch movies or television, share photos, videos, documents and much more. Unfortunately, these resources also represent exploitable infrastructure that sits outside the control of an organisation's IT security team. As a result third party web components have become fertile ground for launching attacks and distributing malware. Addressing this challenge requires looking at security from a new perspective.

    In this webinar we will explore the different kinds of third party code that organisations host on their sites along with their security implications. We’ll show how an outside-in approach to security can provide the controls organisations require while at the same time protecting their customers and employees.
  • Security in the Age of Social Media
    Security in the Age of Social Media Jeff Lenton, Solutions Architect, RiskIQ Recorded: Jan 26 2017 33 mins
    Social Media has come of age. Collectively, social platforms have attracted two-thirds of the world’s internet users with more joining every day. This ubiquity has led many organisations to make social an integral part of their digital channels strategy, along with their web presence and mobile apps.

    For organisations engaging in social media, the importance of having an advanced social media strategy is more critical than ever.


    During the session you will learn:
    * The attack methods hackers use to exploit social media platforms and profiles.
    * Which weaknesses cyber criminals look for so you can protect your company’s social media reputation.
    * How to strengthen your security approach to combat social media threats.
    * The defense techniques an organization must employ to prevent social phishing attacks, brand impersonation, recruiting scams, customer service impersonations, malware attempts, RDC, and more.
  • Who's Minding the Store? Protecting your mobile apps in the app store ecosystem
    Who's Minding the Store? Protecting your mobile apps in the app store ecosystem Terry Bishop, EMEA Solutions Architect, RiskIQ Recorded: Nov 24 2016 30 mins
    The size, complexity, and dynamic nature of the global app store ecosystem make it increasingly difficult for brands to monitor their mobile presence and protect their customers from fraud. Once published, mobile apps can rapidly proliferate from official stores throughout the app store ecosystem, spreading to new stores and web download locations without the developer’s knowledge or consent and increasing the threat of apps being exploited, attacked or copied.

    In this session we will:

    - Explore the complexities of the worldwide app store ecosystem
    - Examine year over year RiskIQ research on mobile apps owned by or leveraging the brands of top UK organisations.
    - Highlight recent examples of malware, app re-packaging, data leakage and intellectual property violations presented by fraudulent and unauthorized apps
    - Show you how you can regain control of your mobile apps and take a proactive stance against malicious and rogue apps, taking them down before they compromise your organisation or your customers
  • What’s in an email? Your Attacker’s Footprint for Starters
    What’s in an email? Your Attacker’s Footprint for Starters Brandon Dixon, PassiveTotal Co-founder Recorded: Nov 7 2016 54 mins
    Every day, threat actors send hundreds of thousands of malicious emails across the Internet to the inboxes of their targets. Subjects range from ad campaigns soliciting views of a particular product to sophisticated attacks masked as friendly correspondence between colleagues. For security analysts, these emails offer an immense source of information—particularly infrastructure data.

    RiskIQ’s PassiveTotal harnesses the power of big data analytics to surface the footprint of an attacker, making threat investigations and incident response quicker and more efficient than ever before. In this webinar, Brandon Dixon, creator of PassiveTotal, will break down a malicious email in real time to shed light on its nefarious sender.

    Don't already have a PassiveTotal account? Sign up here for free so you can follow along with the live investigation during the webinar.
  • Turbocharge your cyber investigations, Part 2
    Turbocharge your cyber investigations, Part 2 Jeff Lenton, Solutions Architect, RiskIQ Recorded: Nov 3 2016 35 mins
    While their cyber tactics may be continuously changing, bad actors can’t avoid interacting with core components of the internet. These interactions leave a trail that when connected through rigorous threat infrastructure analysis, can reveal the full scale of an attack and provide the information needed to determine the best response. The key to this analysis is access to a variety of global datasets and the ability to correlate and pivot between them in your investigation.

    In this two part series we will look at a range of global datasets and how each can be used to shed additional light on your adversary’s infrastructure. This session will focus on SSL Certs, Host Pairs and Trackers. We will also demonstrate how security analysts can use the free community version of RiskIQ’s PassiveTotal to gain access to and pivot across these global datasets.
  • Subdomain Infringement - The Unseen Threat That’s Running Rampant
    Subdomain Infringement - The Unseen Threat That’s Running Rampant Beckie Neumann, Product Manager, RiskIQ Recorded: Nov 1 2016 25 mins
    Subdomain infringement degrades consumer trust in your brand and puts your customers at risk of giving up sensitive, potentially damaging information. Unfortunately, the traditional way of monitoring registrations leaves a lot to be desired—most don’t dig deeper than root domains, leaving the millions of fraudulent subdomains in use by threat actors undetected.

    In this webinar, find out how to leverage passive DNS data to go beyond WHOIS lookups and turn domain infringement detection into domain threat detection. Also learn:

    * How free and cheap domain registration and advanced tactics like domain shadowing enable threat actors to attain root domains and subdomains
    * How passive DNS helps threat researchers map their adversary’s infrastructure and make more connections about who is behind a brand infringement attack
    * How RiskIQ’s sophisticated crawling infrastructure and analysis platform gives security teams context around how an infringing domain is being used, and what level of threat it poses to the organization
  • Crucial Components of Digital Risk Monitoring
    Crucial Components of Digital Risk Monitoring Nick Hayes - Forrester Research, Security and Risk Analyst, Forrester Research - Arian Evans - VP Product Strategy Recorded: Nov 1 2016 59 mins
    RiskIQ Webinar feature Forrester Research

    The network perimeter that organizations have long relied on for protection from cyber-threats has evaporated. Businesses are engaging with their customers, vendors and partners across web, social and mobile channels. Threat actors are following suit, increasing the digital risk that organizations face. According to The Forrester Wave™: Digital Risk Monitoring, Q3 2016 (which cited RiskIQ as a Leader):,”Without comprehensively and persistently monitoring risk in digital channels, companies remain susceptible to a wide variety of brand, cyber, and physical risk events”. Every CISO and security leader must consider implementing a Digital Risk Monitoring strategy, or be at risk due to their expanding attack surface.

    In this one-hour presentation RiskIQ VP of Product Strategy Arian Evans and guest Forrester Research analyst Nick Hayes will cover:

    * Expanding threat landscape via digital—web, social and mobile—channels
    * Requirements for a comprehensive digital risk monitoring (DRM) strategy
    * Necessary security technology elements for DRM program implementation
    Join this live webinar to learn more about this growing digital risk landscape, and how you can help better protect your organization’s most critical assets, its customers, and brand.

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