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BT – Cyber Security

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  • Live global security roundtable: perspectives, threats and risks per region
    Live global security roundtable: perspectives, threats and risks per region
    BT's Security experts: Steve Benton, Hila Meller, Juni Yan, and Gary Symes Recorded: Mar 20 2019 30 mins
    Join four of our top security experts to hear their point of view and their vision for security across the globe. Our vice presidents from Asia, Middle East, Australia and Africa, America, Europe and the UK will share their frontline experience of dealing with some of the security challenges in their region.

    Cybersecurity is a truly global concern with attacks and threats emanating from all over the world. The way each region tackles the cyber threat is subtly different. Our experts will take you through some effective security strategies and programmes that you can put in place to protect your "crown jewels" against the evolving global threats.

    Whether you're a multinational organisation with worldwide operations, or based in one particular region, our webinar will give you a local and global view on how to find your way around the security minefield.

    Speakers:
    - Steve Benton, BT Deputy CSO, GM Cyber and Physical Security Operations and Programmes
    - Hila Meller, Vice President, Security, Europe
    - Juni Yan, Vice President, Security, Asia Middle East, Australia and Africa
    - Gary Symes, Vice President, Security, Americas
  • The Future of Financial Services Security
    The Future of Financial Services Security
    Paul Crichard (BT Security), Saso Mickov (Sparkasse Bank), Melike Belli (Cybertonica Ltd), Seema Khinda Johnson (Nuggets) Recorded: Mar 12 2019 58 mins
    Data breaches have risen 480% within Financial Services firms in the UK. With the Financial Services industry being plagued by constant risks and regular threats, professionals need to be at the top of their game to thwart criminals.

    Join this panel where our experts will discuss:
    -What is the current state of Financial Services security?
    -How can organisations prevent and detect threats?
    -What are the key questions FIs should be asking their security teams?
    -Are new regulations doing enough to keep FIs and their customers safe?
  • Live panel: How to Secure your Business from Network to Cloud
    Live panel: How to Secure your Business from Network to Cloud
    Rob Daniels, GM, security portfolio strategy & propositions, & David Simpkins, GM, managed services & public cloud Recorded: Jan 23 2019 29 mins
    You’re under immense pressure for digital transformation. Moving to the cloud presents new possibilities: but the security of your data and apps is critical. It’s not all plain sailing because the cloud requires a fundamentally different approach to security. If you dig your heels in, you’ll find that Shadow IT increases and people will circumvent you. It’s also increasingly difficult to keep an eye on your entire network, so you’ll need to continually reassess where you’re most exposed.

    In this webinar, live from the studio, you’ll discover how to:
    - Create a security strategy that works as an enabler to support your cloud migration, not a separate work stream or standalone function
    - Take steps to protect your new cloud infrastructure as well as your legacy network
    - Avoid certain pitfalls when it comes to cloud migration that could open up new vulnerabilities and threats
  • Make Security integral to your business
    Make Security integral to your business
    Steve Benton, BT Deputy CSO, GM Cyber and Physical Security Operations and Programmes, BT Recorded: Jan 14 2019 47 mins
    It’s a scary world out there and whilst technology brings opportunities, that also means that there are new security challenges facing us. The dangers are everywhere: stolen identities, systems held to ransom, phishing scams – the list is almost endless. It therefore definitely pays to be aware and know what you’re facing, that way you can be prepared and on the front foot.
  • Masterclass: How To Address Risk and Master Security in 2019
    Masterclass: How To Address Risk and Master Security in 2019
    Hila Meller, VP, Security, Europe, and Daniel Lawrence, General Manager, Threat Intelligence and Investigations Recorded: Nov 21 2018 42 mins
    Imagine if you could combine intelligence from multiple sources – including government, partners and your own global network – to get a birds-eye view of what’s going on in your organisation, and accurately address your risk and measure its impact? Well now you can and with the right understanding and intelligence, you can better anticipate trends and patterns, your policies and standards, as well as strengthen your day-to-day security.
    Having the right information at your fingertips is like gold dust and means you can continually learn, improve and be more robust in your cyber defence.
    Join Hila Meller and Daniel Lawrence on our webinar as we share with you the key things you need to understand to ensure that your organisation stays safe and secure from rapidly evolving threats – and then turn them into opportunities.
  • Make Security integral to your business
    Make Security integral to your business
    Steve Benton, BT Deputy CSO, GM Cyber and Physical Security Operations and Programmes, BT Recorded: Sep 27 2018 47 mins
    It’s a scary world out there and whilst technology brings opportunities, that also means that there are new security challenges facing us. The dangers are everywhere: stolen identities, systems held to ransom, phishing scams – the list is almost endless. It therefore definitely pays to be aware and know what you’re facing, that way you can be prepared and on the front foot.
  • Securely manage multiple cloud providers and platforms
    Securely manage multiple cloud providers and platforms
    Paul Crichard, Security CTO, BT and Richard Baker, Futures Security Architect, BT Recorded: Jun 22 2018 40 mins
    77% of CISOs working with BT are actively moving to the cloud or planning to adopt cloud services. Of these, 71% said they have some policies, but 30% stated they don't understand what they are in reality.

    If you’re thinking about cloud or multi-cloud environments you will need to take a deeper look at your security. Yes, it’s quicker, and agile model and therefore cheaper but it does come with an extra level of risk that previous data centre options mitigated. You’ll need to validate your cloud vendor to make sure your company’s data is separated from other data, that you are getting the context rich information back and that the right people and devices are accessing it. The big thing is to put the necessary and sufficient security and compliance controls in place, and to keep checking that they’re appropriate, effective, and moving forward while you take up the cloud (and beyond).

    Join our live discussion with BT’s Security CTO to find out what’s required to identify, manage and control threats across your hybrid estate and multiple clouds. We’ll look at how to discover where your data is, who can see it or access it or process it, and how to avoid data sovereignty violations. The webinar will also cover how vital it is to know what we are all responsible for and how can you mitigate for the risks and new threats in order to stay secure..
  • Are you doing enough to protect your organisation and ensure compliance?
    Are you doing enough to protect your organisation and ensure compliance?
    Deborah Moir, Head of Security Consulting, BT & Alison Springate, Global Head of Security Enablement, BT Recorded: May 22 2018 18 mins
    With the launch of GDPR imminent, we wanted to take the opportunity to discuss how you can ensure you are doing enough to ensure compliance.

    Join our webinar to hear from our compliance expert Deborah Moir, Head of Security Consulting, where she will discuss the reality of GDPR compliance for large enterprises and what you should be doing to ensure you are in the best possible position to be ready and compliant.

    GDPR often means a huge overhaul of cyber security, network and processes and because failure to comply can result in a fine of up to four per cent of a company’s turnover or €20 million — whichever is higher you need to do everything you can to ensure you are on top of it.

    Adapting to GDPR means shifting how you view data protection and security. At its most basic, you need to know you have the right cyber security tools and processes in place to prevent the loss or theft of your customers’ data. And getting it right will open new doors.

    While data protection might be something you have to do, the new regulation should also be seen as an opportunity to redesign your security strategies in a way that builds a strong brand based on customer trust.
  • Using threat intelligence to stay one step ahead of the criminals
    Using threat intelligence to stay one step ahead of the criminals
    Melanie Johnstone, Head of Intelligence, BT Recorded: Mar 22 2018 34 mins
    Most organisations are too passive in their approach to security. The response to most breaches is passive defence. Battles can be won this way, but not the War.

    To stay ahead of the game, businesses need an effective digital/threat intelligence strategy. An approach that enables proactive threat hunting, pre-emptive control mitigation based on intelligence and process, visibility over an entire estate and the tools, people, and process to solve problems when they are discovered.

    We talk to customers often who pay for threat intelligence feeds only to realise that knowing a problem exists doesn’t mean the problem will be solved. Having the right teams and people in place are a lot harder than it sounds.

    Building a digital threat intelligence capability is about much more than collating technical information on the systems used to launch attacks.
    • You need to gather evidence-based information on potential attackers, the tools they use, their motivation and the vulnerabilities they exploit, and how understand how this interacts with your business.
    • Intelligence means improving your understanding and visibility of the risk context your business is in; getting to know your threat landscape better. Creating the perfect blend of people, process and technology for your business.
    • By sharing data, you can improve your own security and cut intelligence-gathering costs. All of this should be seen not only in the context of present but also future threat.
    •Sharing intelligence product throughout your business, in a way that everyone can understand.

    Basically, you need to be one step ahead of the criminals.
  • How do you implement digital transformation securely?
    How do you implement digital transformation securely?
    Mark Hughes Pres, Security BT, Martin Courtney, Principle Analyst, Tech Market View, & Danny Longbottom Dir Gov & Health, BT Recorded: Feb 8 2018 59 mins
    Security needs to be embedded in any digital transformation strategy. What are the fundamental things you need to get right for your organisation?

    We cover:
    - What are key issues you need to focus on?
    - What are the practical things you need to do to get your business case signed off?
    - How do you get ahead and stay ahead in this complex area?

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