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  • Kaspersky Lab’s APT review of 2018: the most active groups, the top targets
    Kaspersky Lab’s APT review of 2018: the most active groups, the top targets
    Vicente Diaz and Costin Raiu, security researchers in Kaspersky Lab’s Global Research and Analysis Team Recorded: Dec 5 2018 54 mins
    Kaspersky Lab experts will present their annual, exclusive review of advanced persistent threat activity across the world in 2018, based on the company’s threat intelligence research throughout the year. These findings provide the foundations for the threat actor predictions published on November 20 and provide an invaluable insight into how APTs are evolving over time.
  • Kaspersky Lab’s Advanced Targeted Threat predictions for 2019
    Kaspersky Lab’s Advanced Targeted Threat predictions for 2019
    Vicente Diaz and Costin Raiu, security researchers in Kaspersky Lab’s Global Research and Analysis Team Recorded: Nov 20 2018 58 mins
    Kaspersky Lab will share its predictions for what the world’s major threat actors could have planned for the coming year. The webinar will explore some of the key trends in terms of tools, techniques and processes likely to be used by such groups against government organizations, enterprises, critical infrastructure, society at large, and more – and consider what that means for organizations, the security community and international cyberspace.

    The aim of the webinar is to stimulate debate among IT security professionals in all industries and to increase awareness and understanding that will help them to defend their organization against these threats.
  • Live panel debate: The risks and rewards of transparency in cybersecurity
    Live panel debate: The risks and rewards of transparency in cybersecurity
    Anton Shingarev, Jan-Peter Kleinhans, Kevin Limonier, Melinda Crane, Recorded: Nov 13 2018 55 mins
    An international panel of leaders and influencers from across the security landscape will explore how the global ICT industry can best build trust and assurance for their products in the current cybersecurity landscape. Among other things, the panel will discuss the need to prove trustworthiness and the risks and benefits of transparency actions such as code reviews.

    Panellists are:
    • Kevin Limonier, Associate Researcher, Castex Chair of Cyberstrategy;
    • Jan-Peter Kleinhans, Project Director, Stiftung Neue Verantwortung;
    • Anton Shingarev, Vice President of Public Affairs, Kaspersky Lab.

    Moderator: Melinda Crane, Chief Political Correspondent, Deutsche Welle
  • CISO summit: what is ‘enough’ protection in light of inevitable cyber breaches?
    CISO summit: what is ‘enough’ protection in light of inevitable cyber breaches?
    Christian Toon, Ilijana Vavan, Thom Langford, Tilly Travers Recorded: Nov 6 2018 50 mins
    Kaspersky Lab will be hosting a digital panel, bringing together cybersecurity executives and experts, to discuss the challenges that Chief Information Security Officers are facing after 86% revealed they believe cyber breaches are inevitable in a global survey.

    More than a third of CISOs say they struggle to secure required budgets when they cannot guarantee security, but how can they persuade the board to offer them more resources? This summit will cover how CISOs can manage limited resources – such as internal talent and budgets – to effectively protect increasingly digital businesses, as well as the importance of collaborating with other departments and company boards to keep up with the ever-evolving cyberthreat landscape.

    The panelists will include Christian Toon, Chief Information Security Officer, Pinsent Masons LLP, Ilijana Vavan, Managing Director, Kaspersky Lab Europe, Thom Langford, Chief Information Security Officer, Publicis Groupe.

    The event will be moderated by Tilly Travers, Senior Corporate Communications Manager, Kaspersky Lab.
  • Kaspersky Web Traffic Security: the all-new core app for perimeter defense
    Kaspersky Web Traffic Security: the all-new core app for perimeter defense
    Oleg Gorobets Recorded: Oct 30 2018 40 mins
    Effective perimeter defense is essential. It significantly reduces the risks of an IT infrastructure breach and helps boost productivity by securing downloaded content and governing internet use. Learn about this new application's exciting features - and be among the first to try them for yourself!
  • Bridging the ICS cybersecurity awareness gap: Kaspersky Lab & Fraunhofer IOSB
    Bridging the ICS cybersecurity awareness gap: Kaspersky Lab & Fraunhofer IOSB
    Christian Haas, David Meier, Fraunhofer IOSB, Christel Gampig-Avila, Kaspersky Lab ICS CERT, Jeffrey Esposito, Kaspersky Lab Recorded: Oct 16 2018 34 mins
    The current cybersecurity skills shortage in industrial control systems and operational technology has become significant. A lack of specific cyber-skills is putting businesses at increased risk of an attack infiltrating their network, which calls for more quality training materials to support specialists working in these fields.

    In response, Kaspersky Lab and Fraunhofer IOSB have collaborated to develop a new ICS cybersecurity training course, designed to help employees understand and defend their businesses against growing cyberthreats. The new course is aimed at IT/OT managers and engineers, as well as IT security generalists, who want to learn about the specifics of ICS cybersecurity.

    To find out more about how this course can benefit businesses, Kaspersky Lab and Fraunhofer IOSB are hosting a joint webinar highlighting the importance of ICS cybersecurity education. The session will explore recent ICS security related incidents and vulnerabilities, along with real-life examples, to show the true impact of cyberattacks on ICS equipment.

    The full webinar will cover the following topics:

    ∙ The differences between IT and OT security
    ∙ The relevance of ICS vulnerabilities and the need for ICS security
    ∙ A short overview of relevant standards and guidelines
    ∙ Sample demonstrations and an outline of advanced training course content
  • 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: Sep 25 2018 72 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
  • 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.

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