Hi [[ session.user.profile.firstName ]]

Juniper Networks (US)

  • Date
  • Rating
  • Views
  • Harnessing Automation Against Advanced Threats
    Harnessing Automation Against Advanced Threats
    Frank Jas, Distinguished Engineer, Juniper Networks Recorded: Sep 19 2018 35 mins
    So, you've finally taken the mantra "Assume breach" to heart and deployed a security solution that detects the advanced threats that slip past your perimeter. Now what? The onslaught of new threat alerts could quickly overwhelm your already overextended SOC team.

    In this session, we'll discuss the how security automation can help you pinpoint the exact location and severity of an advanced attack and how to deploy automation with an eye to the time and cost savings relative to your unique SOC workflow.
  • Ponemon: The Challenge of Building the Right Security Automation Architecture
    Ponemon: The Challenge of Building the Right Security Automation Architecture
    Larry Ponemon, Chairman and Founder, Ponemon Institute; Amy James, Director of Security Portfolio Marketing Juliper Networ Recorded: Sep 6 2018 41 mins
    Companies are facing decisions on how to implement automation into their Security Infrastructure. They are looking to understand how, when, and where to implement the right automation capabilities in order to improve productivity, reduce costs, scale to support cloud deployments, and ultimately strengthen the security posture of the business.

    Juniper collaborated with Ponemon and discussed this problem with over 2,000 Security Practitioners, to see how they are addressing:
    •The importance of security automation to cybersecurity
    •Implementation of security automation architecture
    •Challenges and barriers to security automation adoption

    During this webinar, we will review the findings and discuss how your company can apply them to existing plans or where to start putting a plan together.
  • Ask the Expert: Part 3 Turning Data into Wisdom
    Ask the Expert: Part 3 Turning Data into Wisdom
    Laurence Pitt, Global Security Strategy Director at Juniper Networks Lee Fisher Recorded: Aug 7 2018 2 mins
    Lee Fisher, Head of Security EMEA at Juniper Networks explains that before organisations can begin to harness machine learning and artificial intelligence in their operations, they first need data. A proliferation of devices and RFID tags has created an abundance of data, but Lee points out that organisations need to understand how to use this data to build knowledge and protect themselves by establishing a baseline of normal activity that will enable them to identify abnormal activity.
  • Ask the Expert: Part 2 It’s not what something is, it’s what it does
    Ask the Expert: Part 2 It’s not what something is, it’s what it does
    Laurence Pitt, Global Security Strategy Director at Juniper Networks Lee Fisher Recorded: Jul 31 2018 3 mins
    Lee Fisher, Head of Security EMEA at Juniper Networks ask why some organisations take so long to respond to malware threats, even in cases where attacks are announced several months in advance. Security protocols are often built on the concept of time, giving security teams a head start to detect the threat in the future. Watch Lee discuss how this window of opportunity causes organisations to be less responsive, and what needs to be addresses to monitor the behaviour of malware.

    Part 1: https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/16375/328243
  • Ask The Experts: Part 1 Using Automation to fight automation
    Ask The Experts: Part 1 Using Automation to fight automation
    Laurence Pitt, Global Security Strategy Director at Juniper Networks Lee Fisher Recorded: Jul 24 2018 3 mins
    Laurence Pitt, Security Strategy Director at Juniper Networks discuss how cyber criminals are using automation to stay ahead of security experts preventative measures. They're using automation to create malware, resulting in an increasingly regular number of security breaches. Laurence also discusses the need for businesses to automate the simpler aspects of their security processes, to free up time for human intelligence to spot behavioral abnormalities.

    Part 2: https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/16375/328257
  • Harnessing Cybersecurity Automation
    Harnessing Cybersecurity Automation
    Holly Schipper, Product Marketing Manager, Cybersecurity. Juniper Networks Recorded: Jul 17 2018 21 mins
    An understaffed security workforce is struggling to protect your evolving enterprise from ever changing cyber threats. Automation could be the answer to hardening your security posture in these shifting sands. However, the task of implementing automation across such a diverse and continuously morphing environment presents a challenge.

    In this webinar, we will discuss the benefits, complexities and best practices of implementing security automation.
  • Ask the Expert: Part 6 How to Win the Game of Security Cat and Mouse
    Ask the Expert: Part 6 How to Win the Game of Security Cat and Mouse
    Laurence Pitt, Global Security Strategy Director at Juniper Networks Lee Fisher Recorded: Jun 21 2018 3 mins
    Laurence Pitt, Security Strategy Director at Juniper Networks explains why a key challenge for many security organizations, is the time required to simply maintain a baseline of security. Becoming overwhelmed in activity can prevent security teams from improving existing processes, which creates an ideal environment for cyber criminals who are typically on the offense and have studied the security model's vulnerabilities. Laurence makes the case that organisations need to use their internal data to establish baselines in behaviour, as this information will not be available to attackers.
  • Ask the Exp: Part 5 Why is Digital James Bond Restricted to Looking at Log Files
    Ask the Exp: Part 5 Why is Digital James Bond Restricted to Looking at Log Files
    Laurence Pitt, Global Security Strategy Director at Juniper Networks Lee Fisher Recorded: Jun 21 2018 2 mins
    Laurence Pitt, Security Strategy Director at Juniper Networks asks how organisations can possibly deal with the shear volume of threats faced each month. He poses that while automation is an ideal method to combat automated malware threats, people also need to change their perception of the technology before it can be widely adopted. Instead of being seen as a threat to peoples jobs, Laurence points out that by automating simplistic tasks, security professionals can be freed up to focus on the more strategic elements of their role.
  • Ask the Exper: Part 4 We've Got the Tools, We're Just Not Using Them Effectively
    Ask the Exper: Part 4 We've Got the Tools, We're Just Not Using Them Effectively
    Laurence Pitt, Global Security Strategy Director at Juniper Networks Lee Fisher Recorded: Jun 21 2018 2 mins
    Laurence Pitt, Security Strategy Director at Juniper Networks addresses the growing range of security solutions in recent years. He argues that when adopted in tandem, multiple solutions can exist in silos, failing to communicate with each other and potentially failing to identify security threats. He also raises that while widely used SIM security solutions can defeat ransomware, they are often used appropriately as a reactive tool, rather than a proactive one.
  • Considering IoT, Think Security
    Considering IoT, Think Security
    Laurence Pitt, Global Security Strategy Director at Juniper Networks Recorded: Jun 14 2018 39 mins
    Who'd have thought security professionals would be spending time thinking about kettles? The explosion in connected things including light bulbs, printers, industrial controls and, yes, kettles, all of which are connected to enterprise networks is exciting. But it has created more exposed entry points leaving your network more vulnerable to attack. For every secured device, there are probably another two with no inbuilt security.

    Laurence Pitt, Global Security Director at Juniper Networks discusses what you should look for and how you can take control and secure these devices.

Embed in website or blog