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  • Customer Security Framework Webinar - Support with SWIFT's Self Assessment
    Customer Security Framework Webinar - Support with SWIFT's Self Assessment Johny Gasser - Information Security and Compliance Officer Recorded: Oct 11 2017 57 mins
    Before the end of this year, local banks need to perform SWIFT’s Self-Assessment with 16 mandatory and 11 optional security controls. This will need to be repeated annually. Failure to comply will result in reporting to the financial regulator in your country.

    Orange can help
    As your trusted SWIFT VPN Alliance Silver or Gold supplier, and as a global Cybersecurity specialist that is now also listed in SWIFT’s directory of Cybersecurity Service Providers, we know what this is all about. We can help you with this assessment, or with other important cybersecurity aspects that are not yet included in the assessment (e.g. Incident response, 24X7 CyberSOC, Threat Intelligence, …).

    Join us for this webinar to see how Orange can support you with SWIFT's Self Assessment.
  • Customer Security Framework Webinar - Support with SWIFT's Self Assessment
    Customer Security Framework Webinar - Support with SWIFT's Self Assessment Johny Gasser - Information Security and Compliance Officer Recorded: Oct 11 2017 62 mins
    Before the end of this year, local banks need to perform SWIFT’s Self-Assessment with 16 mandatory and 11 optional security controls. This will need to be repeated annually. Failure to comply will result in reporting to the financial regulator in your country.

    Orange can help
    As a trusted SWIFT VPN Alliance Silver or Gold supplier, and as a global Cybersecurity specialist that is now also listed in SWIFT’s directory of Cybersecurity Service Providers, we know what this is all about. We can help you with this assessment, or with other important cybersecurity aspects that are not yet included in the assessment (e.g. Incident response, 24X7 CyberSOC, Threat Intelligence, …).

    Join us on this webinar to see how Orange can support you with your SWIFT Self-Assessment
  • Customer Security Framework Webinar - Support with SWIFT's Self Assessment
    Customer Security Framework Webinar - Support with SWIFT's Self Assessment Johny Gasser - Information Security and Compliance Officer Recorded: Oct 11 2017 73 mins
    Before the end of this year, local banks need to perform SWIFT’s Self-Assessment with 16 mandatory and 11 optional security controls. This will need to be repeated annually. Failure to comply will result in reporting to the financial regulator in your country.

    Orange can help
    As a trusted SWIFT VPN Alliance Silver or Gold supplier and as a global Cybersecurity specialist that is now also listed in SWIFT’s directory of Cybersecurity Service Providers, we know what this is all about. We can help you with this assessment, or with other important cybersecurity aspects that are not yet included in the assessment (e.g. Incident response, 24X7 CyberSOC, Threat Intelligence, …).

    Join us on this webinar to see how Orange can help you with your SWIFT Self Assessment.
  • Creating a cloud migration plan
    Creating a cloud migration plan Mikhail Gloukhovtsev, Senior Cloud Solutions Architect at Orange Business Services Recorded: Sep 15 2017 59 mins
    The adoption of cloud architecture is a process that requires a huge amount of effort to maximize benefits and minimize risk. To ensure the smooth transition of every function, application, and piece of data, it is essential to have a strong migration plan in place.

    When planning a cloud migration, Enterprises need to consider how much effort is actually required, they need foresight to ensure continuity of IT services to the business, and knowledge of what changes in the application architecture are necessary.

    Our speaker Mikhail Gloukhovtsev is a Senior Cloud Solutions Architect at Orange Business Services, an expert in IT infrastructure solutions, and one of the first 100 EMC certified ITaaS Cloud Experts worldwide.

    During this webinar Mikhail will introduce key considerations in moving application workloads to the cloud and provide valuable insights including:

    • Sourcing the right cloud model – Software as a Service (SaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS) or Infrastructure as a Service.
    • Delivery options – private, public or hybrid – for each application workload.
    • Defining the methodology for application and data migrations.

    By creating a cloud migration plan, enterprises can de-risk cloud migration programs and accelerate their digital transformation program to ensure they remain relevant to customers’ changing needs and expectations.
  • Creating a cloud migration plan
    Creating a cloud migration plan Mikhail Gloukhovtsev, Senior Cloud Solutions Architect at Orange Business Services Recorded: Sep 13 2017 52 mins
    The adoption of cloud architecture is a process that requires a huge amount of effort to maximize benefits and minimize risk. To ensure the smooth transition of every function, application, and piece of data, it is essential to have a strong migration plan in place.

    When planning a cloud migration, Enterprises need to consider how much effort is actually required, they need foresight to ensure continuity of IT services to the business, and knowledge of what changes in the application architecture are necessary.

    Our speaker Mikhail Gloukhovtsev is a Senior Cloud Solutions Architect at Orange Business Services, an expert in IT infrastructure solutions, and one of the first 100 EMC certified ITaaS Cloud Experts worldwide.

    During this webinar Mikhail will introduce key considerations in moving application workloads to the cloud and provide valuable insights including:

    • Sourcing the right cloud model – Software as a Service (SaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS) or Infrastructure as a Service.
    • Delivery options – private, public or hybrid – for each application workload.
    • Defining the methodology for application and data migrations.

    By creating a cloud migration plan, enterprises can de-risk cloud migration programs and accelerate their digital transformation program to ensure they remain relevant to customers’ changing needs and expectations.
  • Create a digital ready network for better end-user application experiences
    Create a digital ready network for better end-user application experiences Emmanuel Andrieux, Orange Business Services; Matteo Ippolito, Cisco Meraki Recorded: May 9 2017 55 mins
    Cloud networking enables enterprises to better manage the end-user’s connectivity experience and improve reliability while lowering the TCO (Total Cost of Ownership). Cisco Meraki is a provider of cloud-controlled WiFi, routing, and security solutions. This webinar includes a live demo of the Meraki dashboard which provides:

    - An overview of which cloud applications your users are accessing where;

    - The ability to block access to cloud applications at a gateway or individual user level;

    - The ability to view router, VPN, security camera usage and carry out remote troubleshooting without the need of an on-site engineer visit;

    - Visibility of WiFi channel utilization and location, enabling you to switch frequencies to ensure high levels of performance and see which “passers by” do not connect – which is particularly useful in the retail and hospitality sectors.

    Orange Business Services, one of four global providers of Cisco Meraki, will share it’s tips on how three customers in the manufacturing, retail and electronics sectors, have been able to get the most out of the solution.
  • DDoS: how to counter the new threats we're seeing in 2017
    DDoS: how to counter the new threats we're seeing in 2017 Darren Anstee, Chief Security Technologist, Arbor Networks; Massimiliano Brugnoli, Business Development, Orange Cyberdefense Recorded: Apr 5 2017 60 mins
    The largest Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack doubled in size over the last year. They’re now bigger, more complex, and require more expertise and tools to defend against than in the past. What action do you need to make it harder for an attacker to render your network unresponsive?

    Join our webinar to learn about:
    • The role played by cleanpipe scrubbing centers that actively defend you from volumetric attacks and epidemiologic laboratories that incubate threats and prepare effective defenses;

    • Technologies and tactics to prevent cybercriminals from saturating your applications, Internet bandwidth and servers;

    • Ways of minimizing the risk that IoT platforms will be used in attacks against the Internet’s central infrastructure, such as Domain Name Servers (DNS), and your business.

    This session will help you create better end-to-end infrastructure resiliency and incident handling processes.
  • How to scout the dark web and why
    How to scout the dark web and why Aurélie Perez, Senior Security Consultant at Orange Cyberdefense Recorded: Mar 8 2017 61 mins
    Are cybercriminals using the dark web to buy and sell your customer and employee data, intellectual property and malware? Highly specialist expertise, big data tools and Artificial Intelligence are essential to detect and mitigate the threats to your enterprise.

    Learn about the techniques used to:
    • Conduct undercover surveillance on the dark web to discover mentions of your industry, brand, and data
    • Find data from a security breach at your enterprise
    • Stop stolen user account credentials from being used to breach trusted systems
    • Track emerging exploit kits and vulnerabilities

    Mainstream search engines are unable to penetrate and index these hidden parts of the Internet. Access to sites is often restricted to cybercriminals who are recommended by a current member. Meanwhile, the cost of cybercrime is forecast to hit $6 trillion annually by 2021 according to Cybersecurity Ventures. It’s an issue that can’t be ignored.

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