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  • Understanding your Attack Surface - Research into FT30 organisations
    Understanding your Attack Surface - Research into FT30 organisations Terry Bishop, EMEA Technical Director, RiskIQ Recorded: Nov 21 2017 37 mins
    Businesses are accelerating their digital transformation, expanding their online presence to enrich products, deepen customer relationships, and boost their brand ecosystems. However, with this rapid growth comes security challenges as web assets get created outside of corporate controls and the overall Internet presence expands to unmanageable proportions. Cyber adversaries are taking advantage of this sprawling digital attack surface, looking forweaknesses to exploit. The attack surface has become the battle line between malicious actorsand an organisation’s external threat defenders and its compromise is behind many of the breaches that get reported with alarming frequency.

    In an effort to highlight and quantify the risks which organisations have in their attack surface, we conducted research on the top 30 UK organisations (FT30) to highlight the issues we believe all companies face. We will present the various types of risk we uncovered and offer practical advice on ways to mitigate them and harden your attack surface.
  • Collecting Personal Information Securely? If not time is running out.
    Collecting Personal Information Securely? If not time is running out. Jay Huff, Hiten Sharma Recorded: Oct 19 2017 32 mins
    The care and handling of personal information is a top concern for consumers and governments alike. Unlike many issues which gain public attention and struggle to keep it, an endless stream of publicised data breaches serves to keep data privacy in the public eye. As a result we’re seeing increasingly onerous regulation coming into effect in an effort to improve the data management practices of organisations and protect the confidential information of citizens. Major Internet players are also weighing in in an effort to make the user experience more secure.

    For organisations with a large digital presence, identifying all the places that personal information, or in the case of GDPR, personally identifiable information, is collected can be a daunting task. Are those forms collecting data securely? Are they accompanied by compliant statements and controls? Research carried out by RiskIQ suggests that there is much more to do in this area.

    Join us for a closer look at the security and compliance issues surrounding the collection of personal information on the Internet and learn how you can automatically discover and assess all forms and persistent cookies across your web presence.
  • SANS & RiskIQ – Putting Digital Threat Investigation & Response into Hyperdrive
    SANS & RiskIQ – Putting Digital Threat Investigation & Response into Hyperdrive Dave Shackleford, SANS analyst and principal consultant, Voodoo Security and Beckie Neumann, RiskIQ Recorded: Aug 24 2017 61 mins
    Given the innovation and dynamics of web, social and mobile attacks targeting consumers and employees alike, progressive organizations are adopting machine learning and workflow orchestration to accelerate external exploit, adversary and exposure investigation and response. Beyond threat intelligence, where can security teams further automate, integrate and coordinate resources? Join SANS expert Dave Shackleford and Beckie Neumann, technical product manager at RiskIQ, as they share techniques and technology to empower security analysts and advance digital defenses.

    Through practical use cases and real-world examples, webinar attendees will explore how to:

    Apply predictive analytics to thwart threats
    Identify complex attack surface gaps
    Expedite external to internal event triage
    Construct workflows to take down external threats
    Integrate derived threat data with SOC and GRC tools
  • NoTrove: A Deep Dive into a Scam Empire
    NoTrove: A Deep Dive into a Scam Empire Ian Cowger, Threat Researcher, RiskIQ Recorded: Aug 24 2017 37 mins
    Earlier this year, RiskIQ reported an eightfold increase in internet scam incidents, which deny the $83 billion digital advertising industry millions of dollars. Since then, we’ve identified a particularly prolific threat actor that’s built out wide swaths of infrastructure to deliver millions of scam ads, threatening consumers and undermining the digital advertising industry.

    Based on the RiskIQ report released in April, NoTrove: The Threat Actor Ruling a Scam Empire, report author and RiskIQ Threat Researcher Ian Cowger and Technical Marketing Manager Benjamin Powell will walk you through how “NoTrove,” a scam actor named after its URI pattern and penchant for denying victims “troves” of rewards, uses its scam empire and advanced automation techniques to stay ahead of detection and takedown efforts.

    Watch the Threatcast™ for a deep dive on:

    How scams are becoming a lucrative and increasingly popular method for threat actors and why they’re bad news for the digital advertising ecosystem
    What the different variants of NoTrove campaigns look like—software downloads, PUP redirections, and fake rewards downloads—and what the redirection sequence looks like when victims click and are redirected to unwanted places across the internet
    How NoTrove domains are able to command so much traffic, many shoot well up into the Alexa top 10,000
    How RiskIQ’s unique machine learning technology is able to detect scams, even as threat actor tactics evolve, to enable ad networks and publishers to block NoTrove infrastructure, even as it changes, evolves, and rotates
  • 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

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