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  • TLS 1.3 Explained
    TLS 1.3 Explained
    John Wagnon Recorded: May 14 2019 11 mins
    Learn the difference between TLS 1.2 and 1.3, including the security and performance advantages with 1.3

    There are several key changes in this protocol such as a requirement to use Perfect Forward Secrecy Ciphers, and the introduction of a Zero Round Trip Time handshake for session resumption. In this video, John outlines many of the important features of this new protocol.
  • TLS 1.3 Explained
    TLS 1.3 Explained
    John Wagnon Recorded: May 7 2019 12 mins
    Learn the difference between TLS 1.2 and 1.3, including the security and performance advantages with 1.3

    There are several key changes in this protocol such as a requirement to use Perfect Forward Secrecy Ciphers, and the introduction of a Zero Round Trip Time handshake for session resumption. In this video, John outlines many of the important features of this new protocol.
  • Fight the good fight against the bad bots!
    Fight the good fight against the bad bots!
    Brian McHenry and Graham Alderson Recorded: Apr 24 2019 35 mins
    Distinguishing between good bots, bad bots, and humans is a major challenge. Today, over 50% of online traffic is generated by bots and they are involved in nearly every attack. Identifying malicious bots and safeguarding against them is now a top priority for organisations developing a sustainable security strategy.

    Join us for this webinar to learn:
    - How bots infect, propagate, and attack applications
    - What types of application attacks are commonly performed by bots
    - How you can defend against bad bots without disrupting the good ones
  • How to Gain Visibility into Encrypted Threats
    How to Gain Visibility into Encrypted Threats
    Jay Kelley, Principal Product Marketing Manager - F5 Networks Peter Silva, Security Solutions Marketing Manager - F5 Networks Recorded: Apr 17 2019 39 mins
    Driven by built-in web browser warnings, the EU GDPR, and general security and privacy awareness, encrypting data-in-transit with SSL/TLS is now a standard practice among many organizations. This is a great win for security overall to help prevent data breaches, however cyber criminals are using these encrypted channels to propagate malware and exfiltrate data knowing they can bypass traditional security inspection solutions that don’t decrypt traffic.

    Join this webinar to learn more about:

    - Challenges with encrypted traffic and risks to your business
    - How to efficiently decrypt and orchestrate traffic to reduce latency
    - How to intelligently manage decryption and re-encryption across all of your security inspection solutions (IDS/IPS, NGFW, Malware Sandbox, etc.)
  • Fight the good fight against the bad bots!
    Fight the good fight against the bad bots!
    Brian McHenry and Graham Alderson Recorded: Apr 16 2019 36 mins
    Distinguishing between good bots, bad bots, and humans is a major challenge. Today, over 50% of online traffic is generated by bots and they are involved in nearly every attack. Identifying malicious bots and safeguarding against them is now a top priority for organisations developing a sustainable security strategy.

    Join us for this webinar to learn:
    - How bots infect, propagate, and attack applications
    - What types of application attacks are commonly performed by bots
    - How you can defend against bad bots without disrupting the good ones
  • How to Gain Visibility into Encrypted Threats
    How to Gain Visibility into Encrypted Threats
    Jay Kelley, Principal Product Marketing Manager - F5 Networks Peter Silva, Security Solutions Marketing Manager - F5 Networks Recorded: Dec 26 2018 40 mins
    Driven by built-in web browser warnings, the EU GDPR, and general security and privacy awareness, encrypting data-in-transit with SSL/TLS is now a standard practice among many organizations. This is a great win for security overall to help prevent data breaches, however cyber criminals are using these encrypted channels to propagate malware and exfiltrate data knowing they can bypass traditional security inspection solutions that don’t decrypt traffic.

    Join this webinar to learn more about:

    - Challenges with encrypted traffic and risks to your business
    - How to efficiently decrypt and orchestrate traffic to reduce latency
    - How to intelligently manage decryption and re-encryption across all of your security inspection solutions (IDS/IPS, NGFW, Malware Sandbox, etc.)
  • Defense Intense - Portable Multi-Cloud Security for the Agile Era
    Defense Intense - Portable Multi-Cloud Security for the Agile Era
    Nathan Mckay- Solutions Marketing Manager, F5 Networks Robert Haynes- Cloud Technical Marketing, F5 Networks Recorded: Dec 26 2018 57 mins
    Defending apps in the cloud can be difficult – especially if you are pursuing a multi-cloud strategy. No matter where you deploy, your apps need resilience, which means robust defenses to ensure their continued availability. Ensure your customers (and their data) get the protection they need in the face of current and emergent threats. Not all risks are related to software vulnerabilities - some, such as “credential stuffing”, are inherited from breaches that have occurred elsewhere.

    Portable, proactive security is possible. Make sure your development teams have access to the tools they need to enable them to move fast while still delivering the confidentiality, integrity, and availability your customers expect and deserve. There are lots of options; be sure to leverage the ones best suited to protect your technology platforms and business priorities.

    In this webinar you will learn:

    - How to build an application protection strategy that will proactively protect your assets across clouds
    - How you can go beyond vulnerability management and address real business risks, such as denial of service, fraud, and intellectual property theft
    - How multi-cloud can help you stay ahead of your competitors and reap the rewards of economy scale and pricing
    - How F5 can help your organization identify and solve problems that are impacting your bottom line
  • How to Build a Comprehensive Defense Against DDoS Attacks
    How to Build a Comprehensive Defense Against DDoS Attacks
    Nathan Mckay- Solutions Marketing Manager, F5 Networks David Remington- Security Solutions Architect, F5 Networks Recorded: Sep 10 2018 51 mins
    DDoS attacks continue to increase in frequency – and complexity. Your network, apps, and other supporting infrastructure make for a large DDoS attack surface, meaning defense must be comprehensive. A DDoS solution should address all types of attacks whether a volumetric attack aimed at your network bandwidth or a low-and-slow attack aimed at your app or infrastructure.

    F5 DDoS Hybrid Defender (DHD) is a unique solution that offers comprehensive DDoS protection against all attack types, turning a potential catastrophe into a minor annoyance.

    Join us for this webinar to learn about:
    •Ensure accurate DDoS attack detection utilizing attack signatures, behavioral analytics to identify deviations from normal traffic, and detection of server stress
    •Leverage real-time traffic decryption to protect your applications as well as your network and intelligently block the bad traffic without impacting the good traffic
    •Automatically signal to F5’s cloud-based scrubbing service, and seamlessly re-direct attack traffic to prevent even the largest volumetric attacks from saturating your bandwidth
  • Thingbot Apocalypse - How to prepare for IoT device attacks
    Thingbot Apocalypse - How to prepare for IoT device attacks
    Sara Boddy- Director, F5 Labs Recorded: Jul 27 2018 48 mins
    Our modern world depends on healthy, functioning, IoT devices; however, many of them are unsecure. Cyber attackers have compromised IoT devices for over a decade, turning them into Thingbots―botnets made from IoT devices.

    The hunt for IoT attacks has made a pivotal turn in the last two and a half years. F5 Labs has been tracking these attacks and the subsequent building of Thingbots from boutique attacks, into more sophisticated and powerful cyber weapons. Thingbots are now being sold as multi-vector bots-for-hire that allow cyber attackers to launch any attack of their choice―often used for automated web application attacks and credential stuffing.

    With the threat of IoT attacks increasing, as billions of new devices are deployed each year, the ability to detect threats, and clean and upgrade infected systems is still not a part of most IoT development processes.

    In this webinar we’ll explore:

    - How attacks have evolved from the methods they use to the attacks they launch from the resulting Thingbots
    - The threat actor networks and IPs behind these attacks, their geographical targets, and how that has changed over time
    - What you should do to protect your company
  • The Internet of "Very Bad" Things
    The Internet of "Very Bad" Things
    Sara Boddy- Director, F5 Labs and Thomas Norman- CPP/PSP, Ingram Recorded: Jun 8 2018 53 mins
    While attackers have been exploiting IoT devices in the consumer market for a while, they’re now increasingly targeting higher value business targets. IoT devices are typically not secure and they can be used to gain entry into your network where a devastating attack can then be carried out.

    Join top security researchers Thomas Norman, Ingram Micro, Sara Boddy and Justin Shattuck from F5 Labs, and Moderator Gregg Linde as they discuss the realities of IoT security and find out:

    • What IoT means to consumers and enterprises
    • How attackers use IoT to carry out attacks
    • Why current IoT Security approaches are making the problem worse
    • How you can protect your data and organization from IoT attacks

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