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  • ICS threats in H2 2018: deep dive into attack statistics and security weaknesses
    ICS threats in H2 2018: deep dive into attack statistics and security weaknesses
    Kirill Kruglov, senior security researcher at Kaspersky Lab ICS CERT Recorded: Mar 20 2019 61 mins
    The webinar will be helpful for those who wish to know more about current ICS cyberthreats.

    The webinar’s speaker Kirill Kruglov, senior security researcher at Kaspersky Lab ICS CERT, will talk about major threats relevant to industrial control systems that Kaspersky Lab ICS CERT identified in H2 2018. In addition to discussing general statistics on malicious attacks that were detected and prevented by Kaspersky Lab products on industrial computers globally, he will offer a deeper dive into the attacks we saw, TTPs used by attackers, and root cause analysis of major security weaknesses we discovered. In addition, Kirill will discuss the methodology used to collect and analyze the data, which will help the webinar participants to better understand what these figures mean.
  • How to get positive score on training the "negative" topics
    How to get positive score on training the "negative" topics
    Adam Filler Master Trainer Security Awareness Recorded: Mar 13 2019 53 mins
    Do your employees enjoy security training? Right, no one does. Meanwhile 80 % of cyberincidents are caused by human errors. Cybersecurity is seen as an imposition, a limitation on personal freedom, while it is a critical risk for organizations. Employees' business goals and Security objectives often appear to be contradictory. The right approach to developing cybersecurity awareness can solve this dilemma.
    Learn more about modern e-learning technologies and behavioral psychology that help achieve both targets with Adam Filler co-author of gamified training products and a master trainer of Kaspersky Security Awareness

    From this webinar you will learn:
    - How to fight people’s misconceptions about cybersecurity
    - How to engage people and ensure training effectiveness
    - New technologies that help to deal with challenges a training manager usually faces
  • Financial Cyberthreats in 2018
    Financial Cyberthreats in 2018
    Dmitry Bestuzhev, Security researcher, Kaspersky Lab Recorded: Mar 7 2019 48 mins
    Kaspersky Lab will present an exclusive overview of the top cyber-threats targeting financial services, based on the company’s threat intelligence research in 2018.

    The report on financial cyberthreats in 2018 is available here https://securelist.com/financial-cyberthreats-in-2018/89788/
  • 7 cybersecurity improvements resulting from an EDR project
    7 cybersecurity improvements resulting from an EDR project
    Oleg Glebov, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Kaspersky Lab Recorded: Mar 4 2019 71 mins
    EDR technology has been an unceasing topic of conversation over the past 3 or 4 years. Meanwhile, we at Kaspersky Lab have become aware, in our interactions with enterprise organizations, of serious levels of overall dissatisfaction with the outcomes of investment in EDR. Let's try now to understand the main reasons for this, while looking at typical use cases and key enterprise scenarios. The webinar will cover:
    •Drivers of EDR implementation
    •EDR vs Next Generation EPP vs Advanced EPP
    •Key benefits and advantages
    •Use cases of EDR functionality: Integrated Endpoint Protection, Augmentation of the Incident Response process, Automation of the anti-APT solution reaction phase
    •EDR project business justification
  • How underground intelligence could save financial services
    How underground intelligence could save financial services
    Sergey Lozhkin, Security researcher, Kaspersky Lab Recorded: Mar 2 2019 43 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.
  • How did mobile malware evolve in 2018?
    How did mobile malware evolve in 2018?
    Victor Chebyshev Mobile security expert, Kaspersky Lab Recorded: Feb 27 2019 24 mins
    Mobile malware has become one of the fastest growing segments of the global cybersecurity threat landscape, with dynamic changes and significant developments happening all the time. Victor Chebyshev, security researcher at Kaspersky Lab, has researched this topic extensively and is author of its Mobile Malware Evolution 2018 report. During the past year, Victor has been observing trends, processes and the entire phenomenon that is the mobile malware market.

    In this webinar, Victor will recap the most significant trends found in the mobile malware industry in 2018. He will also identify which trends are gaining popularity and which are dying, along with why. Victor will also explore the overall picture of the mobile threats landscape, explaining how cybercriminals are performing large-scale cyberattacks on users and share his predictions for what mobile threat actors could have planned in 2019.
  • 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: Feb 25 2019 46 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, presents 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 gets 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.
  • Three Windows zero-days in three months: how we found them in the wild
    Three Windows zero-days in three months: how we found them in the wild
    Anton Ivanov - Head of Advanced Threats Research and Detection Team Recorded: Feb 21 2019 55 mins
    Within just a three-month period, Kaspersky Lab technologies automatically detected a unique occurrence of three zero-day exploits in the wild. All of them were found in APT attacks in the Middle East and Asia.
    Attacks that go through zero-day vulnerabilities continue to be among the most dangerous, as they involve the exploitation of an undiscovered and unfixed weakness. This, though, makes them particularly difficult to detect and prevent. If such a vulnerability is found by criminals first, it can be used to create an exploit – a special malicious program that will have open access to an entire system. This “hidden threat” attack scenario is widely used by sophisticated actors in APT attacks and was used across all these three incidents.
    Security researcher Anton Ivanov is head of the team of researchers that, in collaboration with Kaspersky Lab GReAT, disclosed zero-day vulnerabilities in Microsoft Windows OS following Kaspersky Lab mechanisms detecting the exploit. In this webinar, Anton will share the details of the work done by his team while working on the following zero-days vulnerabilities:
    •CVE-2018-8453
    •CVE-2018-8589
    •CVE-2018-8611
    Anton will elaborate on the technologies that made it possible to detect these exploits and discuss the process of searching and finding such vulnerabilities – including both technical and ethical (such as responsible disclosure) aspects.
  • 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: Feb 17 2019 56 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.
  • Protecting containerized apps in hybrid cloud infrastructures
    Protecting containerized apps in hybrid cloud infrastructures
    Oleg Gorobets, senior global product marketing manager at Kaspersky Lab Recorded: Feb 14 2019 43 mins
    Containers are rapidly gaining in popularity, with more and more companies using them for production. But this situation also attracts cyberattackers. Join our webinar to find out more about the key security issues arising from using containers in production, and how their resolution can fit into your entire hybrid cloud protection strategy.

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