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  • Fraud beyond finance: multi-industrial approach to prevention
    Fraud beyond finance: multi-industrial approach to prevention Tim Ayling, Global Head of Fraud Prevention Solutions, Kaspersky Lab Recorded: Sep 12 2018 30 mins
    When it comes to discussions related to fraud, we think about the finance first. Financial institutions historically have suffered the most being the targets of various criminal schemes, malware, social engineering, money laundering and other fraud vectors.

    However, nowadays we see that organizations across different industries are suffering reputational, financial and other damages caused by fraud. Government agencies, healthcare organizations, retail and e-commerce, loyalty schemes, gaming industry and gambling rooms report cases of account takeover, new account fraud, even money laundering related attacks. Most of them have fraud prevention measures in place to fight or at least to monitor this. But fraud has evolved into a form of organizational crime and attackers offer training and knowledge sharing to help find a way past well-known fraud management solutions.

    At the webinar we are going to cover the most up-to-date threat landscape for different types of businesses and share some real cases of success.
  • The role of threat intelligence in an effective security operation
    The role of threat intelligence in an effective security operation Oleg Glebov, Threat Management and Defense Solution Leader, Alexander Liskin, Heuristic Detection Group Manager Kaspersky Lab Recorded: Jul 31 2018 60 mins
    Experts predict a busy year for cybersecurity threats… a rise in general and accidental malware infections, an increased risk of targeted ransomware attacks and new types of malware and malicious tools all lie ahead.

    Threat intelligence is a key component of any effective security operation. Without exceptional, coordinated threat intelligence, cyber threats simply can’t be reliably identified or stopped.

    Kaspersky Lab is hosting a webinar on the key role of threat intelligence in an effective security operation. The webinar will be presented by Oleg Glebov, solution leader for our Threat Management and Defense portfolio and Alexander Liskin, Kaspersky Lab anti-malware research expert.

    The webinar is aimed at anyone with a professional interest in cybersecurity and threat intelligence, in particular IT security officers, incident response specialists and SOC analysts.

    The webinar will cover the following topics:
    • the current threat landscape – and the methods cybercriminals use to evade detection;
    • the critical role threat data feeds play in protecting you from attack;
    • the increasing importance of proven, established sandboxing – and the capabilities of Kaspersky Lab’s Cloud Sandbox;
    • APT and Financial Threat Intelligence Reporting;
    • how our experts use Threat Lookup for incident investigation;
    • Kaspersky’s Threat Intelligence Services – and how we can help build a comprehensive Incident Response (IR) framework with our Threat Intelligence Portal and Cloud Sandbox.
  • APT Trends in Q2, 2018 – New campaigns, targets and a global router hijack
    APT Trends in Q2, 2018 – New campaigns, targets and a global router hijack Vicente Diaz and Costin Raiu, security researchers in Kaspersky Lab’s Global Research and Analysis Team Recorded: Jul 10 2018 63 mins
    Kaspersky Lab experts will present their review of advanced persistent threat activity in the second quarter of 2018. They will chart the latest campaigns, tools and techniques deployed by established threat actors, the reawakening of previously quiet groups, and how Asia remained the epicenter of APT activity during Q2, 2018.
  • Can bigger security budgets save businesses from costly cloud breaches?
    Can bigger security budgets save businesses from costly cloud breaches? Maxim Frolov, Vice President of Global Sales, Kaspersky Lab and Jim Reavis, Co-founder and CEO, Cloud Security Alliance Recorded: Jun 27 2018 47 mins
    Nearly 1.5 million dollars. That’s how much an average data breach in the cloud costs enterprises, according to the Global IT Security Risks Survey 2018.

    Second only to targeted attacks, breaches affecting IaaS are among the most costly faced by businesses today. But what can be done about this? Apparently, investing more in protection is only part of the solution, as businesses are already allocating a greater share of their IT budgets to security…

    During the webinar, Maxim Frolov, VP Global Sales, Kaspersky Lab, will present key findings from the company’s latest report On the Money: Growing IT Security Budgets to Protect Digital Transformation Initiatives. Maxim, along with special guest Jim Reavis, Co-founder and CEO, Cloud Security Alliance, will discuss the potential damage and the main risks associated with cloud breaches, as well as what businesses can do to protect themselves.

    Webinar attendees will get the latest insights on the dynamics of corporate security incidents and IT security budgets. They will learn what financial, organizational and technological decisions should be made to protect businesses from the threat of cloud infrastructure breaches.
  • GDPR: A regulation, an opportunity, a call to action
    GDPR: A regulation, an opportunity, a call to action Oleg Gorobets, Senior Global Product Marketing Manager, Kaspersky Lab Recorded: Jun 19 2018 34 mins
    GDPR is an EU regulation that comes into effect on the 25th of May 2018.

    GDPR is designed to uphold the rights of the individual in terms of how their personal data is handled, stored and secured.

    It also places greater responsibility on businesses to observe data security and related processes and practices.

    Kaspersky Lab solutions help companies process personal data by offering effective measures to reduce the risks of a data breach, prevent security incidents and enhance visibility of the monitored infrastructure.

    During the webinar, we’ll look at the following topics:
    •What GDPR is - and isn’t - when it comes to cybersecurity.
    •How cybersecurity fits into GDPR-aligned processes.
    •The endpoint: a good starting point for the cybersecurity aspect of a data protection strategy.
    •The role of storage and the impact of storage security.
    •Guarding the bottlenecks: perimeter defenses to reduce the risks of human influence.
    •Why data in the cloud requires special security.
    •Forewarned is forearmed: the importance of cybersecurity essentials training.
    •Understanding the risks: get more from your Data Protection Impact Assessments.
    •Kaspersky Lab’s GDPR readiness.
  • The Cybersecurity Future Summit – Adapting to an ultra-connected world
    The Cybersecurity Future Summit – Adapting to an ultra-connected world Kaspersky Lab and guests Recorded: Jun 5 2018 57 mins
    The connected world needs a strong, resilient cyberspace, but the landscape is increasingly fragile and fragmented. At this summit, hosted by Kaspersky Lab, leaders from across the cybersecurity industry will debate the growing need for transparency, collaboration and trust in addressing these challenges and more.

    The summit will be broadcast live and will also introduce Kaspersky Lab’s latest transparency activities.
  • APT trends in Q1, 2018: new threat actors and infection vectors
    APT trends in Q1, 2018: new threat actors and infection vectors Vicente Diaz and Costin Raiu, security researchers in Kaspersky Lab’s Global Research and Analysis Team Recorded: Apr 12 2018 51 mins
    Kaspersky Lab experts will present their first quarterly review of advanced persistent threat activity in 2018, charting new threat actors and campaigns in Asia and the Middle East as well as two growing areas of risk: routers and chip vulnerabilities.
  • Redefining Enterprise Security in an Era of Digital Transformation
    Redefining Enterprise Security in an Era of Digital Transformation Kaspersky Lab and guests Recorded: Mar 27 2018 69 mins
    In the digital world, effective information security is now a key business success factor. As attackers find new ways to attack digital assets, the ability of the organization to maintain continuity, and the security of the information circulating in it, may be called into question. New attack methods and threat vectors require fundamentally new approaches to corporate protection.

    As part of the World Cyber Security Congress in London on March 27, Kaspersky Lab will be conducting a seminar exploring ways to solve the problem of protection in the digital world, where the risks are so high, and where the only sure defense lies a comprehensive security approach.

    Join us there to:

    • Find out about the threats organizations like yours are currently facing

    • Learn how to build reliable protection in the era of digital transformation

    • See how leading-edge global corporation has built its security on proven technologies

    • Put your questions to our experts


    During the seminar, our Principal Security Researcher in the Global Research and Analysis Team David Emm will talk about contemporary threats in ‘The Top Cyber-threats Facing Your Digital Business’.

    Next, in ‘Cybersecurity as Part of Your Digital Transformation Strategy’, Adam Maskatiya, General Manager, Kaspersky Lab UK & Ireland will outline how to build a cybersecurity system able to respond to highly complex threats.

    The seminar will end in conversation - CTO one of our customer talks about their success story in fighting today’s cyberthreats.
  • [Portuguese only] Arte e o jeitinho brasileiro da clonagem de cartão de crédito
    [Portuguese only] Arte e o jeitinho brasileiro da clonagem de cartão de crédito Fabio Assolini, Thiago Marques, Analistas de Segurança Kaspersky Lab Recorded: Mar 15 2018 61 mins
    O Brasil iniciou a migração para o padrão EMV em 1999, hoje quase todos os cartões de crédito emitidos no país são protegidos com um chip e uma senha. Fabio Assolini e Thiago Marques, analistas de segurança da Kaspersky Lab irão mostrar nessa apresentação como criminosos brasileiros aprenderam a clonar esses cartões, usando a técnica conhecida como "golden ticket", válida na maioria dos sistemas de pontos de vendas no país.
  • How underground intelligence could save financial services
    How underground intelligence could save financial services Sergey Lozhkin, Security researcher, Kaspersky Lab Recorded: Mar 14 2018 44 mins
    Underground cybercriminal flora and marketplaces have a lot to hide – from recent trends to upcoming prospects, from leaked vulnerabilities to the newest financial malware samples. Sergey Lozhkin, security researcher at Kaspersky Lab, will show you what can be found there. Join the talk and learn what can be done with the help of proper underground threat intelligence – and how it could help your business before any attack takes place.

    Want to know more about credit card hijacking? Join our next webinar (in Portuguese): https://kas.pr/9a1x

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