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Dell SecureWorks is relentlessly driven to protect the integrity of the world's digital assets against cyberthreats. We do that with intelligent defences that combine our proprietary technology, global threat visibility and deep expertise. We are 100% focused on information security – it's all we do. That's why we are trusted by thousands of customers. Dell SecureWorks offers a full suite of Managed Security, Threat Intelligence and Security and Risk Consulting services.

Dell SecureWorks is positioned in the Leaders Quadrant of Gartner's Magic Quadrant for MSSPs and has been recognised by SC Magazine’s readers with the “Best Managed Security Service” award for 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011 (U.S. and Europe) and 2012. Additionally, our experts frequently provide authoritative information security commentary in major media outlets including the New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Financial Times, USA Today, The Guardian and many others.

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The value of a security partnership: Engaging at the right level The remit of information security has grown to encompass all aspects of an organisation. It is no longer just a question of IT security. CISOs now need to understand the risks faced by their organisation, where security fits into every business process, and bridge the gap between technical and business stakeholders.

As the remit has broadened, the need for insightful assistance has deepened, from help defining organisation-wide security strategy and metrics down to monitoring of individual log events, with policy, compliance, architecture, intelligence, incident response and end user security training in between.

Chris Yule, Senior Security Consultant at Dell SecureWorks, will discuss how a security partner that can deliver at all levels of the security stack allows for a greater understanding of your organisation, which ultimately delivers better intelligence-led security.

Key topic outlined:

•Evolving from a traditional MSS-focused client/vendor approach to a security partnership
•Examples of successful operating and engagement models
•Delivering value and results to your organisation
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  • Malware targeting Point of Sale (POS) terminals has been exploited by eCrime operators for a number of years but has recently been catapulted to the forefront of industry attention with a number of high-profile breaches. Properly executed, a malware attack on POS terminals can reap huge volumes of credit card numbers in a short space of time without resorting to low-rate of return strategies involving large phishing campaigns. Due to its low risk/ high reward nature, this type of attack is only likely to become more popular with eCrime operators.

    In the session Rafe Pilling, Counter Threat Unit Special Operations, will look at the nature of the POS malware threat and how it can be defeated through proper application of threat intelligence.

    What will attendees learn:

    * A potted history of POS malware

    * What does the POS malware threat landscape look like?

    * Effective use of threat intelligence to detect and prevent POS malware attacks.
  • Security Operation Centres (SOCs) act as the nerve centre of an organisation providing real-time alerts, security intelligence and reports to act against internal and external threats. SOCs often use multiple event monitoring tools, ticketing systems and workflow solutions and as a result, building an effective SOC still remains a challenge for most organisations.

    How do organisations choose a security monitoring solution that gives optimal asset coverage and at the same time address the evolving threat landscape and compliance requirements? How can organisations demonstrate the value of SOC investment to board level stakeholders? How do organisations choose the correct operating model (outsource, in-source, and hybrid) to run and maintain a SOC?

    Sandip Wadje, Practice Leader for SOC Consulting at Dell SecureWorks, will help answer these questions and provide pragmatic next steps to rolling out an effective SOC.

    Key Webcast Topics and Takeaways:

    •The blueprint for an effective SOC
    •SOC tools and integration
    •Metrics and reporting
    •Choosing the right operating model
  • Join the latest Dell SecureWorks webcast to learn more on how to effectively secure the extended enterprise.

    The modern enterprise is operating in a hybrid world with data residing inside and outside the organisation; blurring boundaries of responsibility and challenging traditional security strategies. Whilst the complexity of the IT environment is increasing, so is the hostility of the cyber threat landscape.

    How do organisations remain agile and embrace innovation whilst dealing with increasingly sophisticated threats that are looking to exploit any weak points in the extended enterprise?

    This webcast will cover:

    •The latest intelligence from cyber threat researchers in the Counter Threat Unit

    •Security strategy considerations for the move to cloud computing

    •Practical steps for retaining control and reducing risk across the extended enterprise
  • E-banking trojans are a core component of a sophisticated and distributed criminal enterprise that routinely and efficiently targets online banking clients. Dell SecureWorks are an industry leader in e-Banking malware research and work with our clients on a daily basis to help them address this threat. In this workshop we will explore:

    •The threats posed by e-Banking malware; both to financial services organisations and their customers

    •The e-Crime “Cloud Services” model

    •Some of the advanced mechanisms employed to perpetuate online fraud

    •Effective mitigation strategies and countermeasures that work in the real world
  • Managed Security Service Providers (MSSPs) provide enhanced security measures, expertise and awareness and enable organisations to make efficient use of their resources. However, organisations often feel they are stuck between a rock and a hard place when it comes to the EU Data Protection law and partnering with a MSSP.

    This webcast, delivered by experts from Dell SecureWorks and legal firm Field Fisher Waterhouse LLP will help clarify some of the common ‘myths’ regarding the intent of the law and how this affects working with a MSSP.

    Key webcast topics include:

    •Using third parties to process personal data

    •Transferring data outside the EU

    •Using cloud-based services

    •Local law enforcement access to data (e.g. by US authorities under the Patriot Act)
  • The new Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS) guidelines encourage organisations to focus on security rather than compliance in order to mitigate some of the most frequently seen risks that have precipitated cardholder-data compromise.

    Our latest webcast, delivered by Dell SecureWorks PCI expert, Ron Kiss, focuses on the proposed changes to the standard and how it could affect your organisation when they come into play on 1st January 2014.

    Key webcast topics include:

    •Version 2.0 to 3.0 – what are the changes?

    •A security approach to compliance rather than compliance approach to security

    •Pragmatic advice on what the next steps should be for your organisation
  • Join this Dell SecureWorks webcast to learn more about the latest security threats which could impact your organisation.

    During this webcast, Technology Director, Don Smith, will present intelligence gleaned from the Dell SecureWorks Counter Threat Unit (CTU). He will discuss the rise of advanced persistent threats, and how the security threat landscape is evolving and what you can do to keep pace.

    What are the motives of the threat actors, and what could make your organisation a target? Don will provide pragmatic advice on what you can do to protect your critical information assets and reduce the risk.
    Key webcast topics include:

    •The latest intelligence from the Dell SecureWorks Counter Threat Unit on cyber threats and what your organisation should really be concerned about?

    •The changing threat landscape and the rise of advanced persistent threat

    •The key threat actors and their motives

    •Pragmatic advice on what you can do to protect your organisation.
  • The use of Cloud Computing technology has seen a recent spike in popularity with spend estimated at 25% of all annual IT expenditure growth in 2012 and nearly a third of growth in 2013. With the efficiencies it provides, businesses are clambering to find ways of leveraging its advantage for all types of online business functions, including processing card payments. However, unambiguous information on the Payment Cards Industry (PCI) compliance implications of this new technology are unclear for organisations moving to the cloud.

    This has resulted in much confusion of what compliance means for business and assessors alike. In February this year, the PCI SSC published the Cloud Computing Information Supplement with provides a greater level of clarity for businesses and assessors alike.

    Ron Kiss, Senior Consultant At Dell SecureWorks, will discuss how to incorporate what has been learned from the Information Supplement into a successful PCI program for your organisation’s and its complex cloud environment.

    Key webcast topic include:

    •The rise and rise of cloud and common challenges facing organisations

    •Clarifying the Cloud Computing Information Supplement and how it affects you

    •Building a successful PCI programme tailored for your cloud environment

    Ron Kiss

    Ron Kiss is a Principal Consultant within the Security, Risk and Compliance team at Dell SecureWorks. In his current and past roles, Ron has conducted both PCI-DSS and PA-DSS assessments in Europe and overseas. He brings a wealth of experience in assessing Merchants, Service Providers and Payment Applications from a range of industries such as Retail, Airlines, and Finance. 
  • Join this webcast for insight into recent security breach investigations from the Dell SecureWorks Counter Threat Unit (CTU).

    Dell SecureWorks responds to thousands of incidents on a daily basis with the CTU investigating the most serious of these. Join this session for pragmatic advice based on real-world examples, to help ensure your organisation is better prepared for a security breach.

    This webcast will cover:

    •Critical mistakes Dell SecureWorks has encountered in real-world cases
    •Maximising the value of current controls at no extra cost
    •How to avoid potentially disastrous security lapses

    Rafe Pilling, Counter Threat Unit EMEA

    Rafe Pilling is a security expert working for the EMEA Counter Threat Unit. Rafe has significant experience in incident response and digital forensics from his background as a Senior Consultant within the Dell SecureWorks Consulting firm.

    The Dell SecureWorks Counter Threat Unit research team monitor the cyber underground and watch for emerging threats. Monitoring and analysing over 50 billion events a day, their unparalleled visibility into the global threat landscape helps protect thousands of organisations worldwide.
  • More and more organisations are turning to cloud computing to solve their biggest technology and business challenges. By this stage, most of us are aware of the many benefits cloud has to offer: lower hardware and IT costs, ease of management and increased agility, to name a few. Yet when it comes to security, cloud is not a silver bullet. In fact, according to the Cloud Security Alliance, security is cited as the number one barrier to adoption of cloud services among organisations.

    During this webcast, Mark Wood, Director of Product Management at Dell SecureWorks, will discuss some of the prevalent security risks which exist when moving to the cloud and how this affects the traditional approach to security.

    This webcast will address the following key themes:

    •The security impact of different cloud models and minimising risk in a multi-tenant environment
    •Sharing the security burden and establishing an effective relationship with your cloud provider.
    •Staying one step ahead of the evolving compliance landscape.

    Mark is responsible for managed security for cloud services at Dell SecureWorks. He has more than 25 years of experience in the technology community as a software engineer, a sales engineer, a start-up owner and a product manager.

    Previously, at Cloud Sherpas, a solutions provider focused on migrating organizations to Google Apps, Mark was responsible for product strategy, lifecycle management and optimizing existing products. He has also worked in marketing and product management at a number of leading technology companies, including nCircle, Internet Security Systems (ISS) and AT&T Bell Laboratories.

    Mark holds a Bachelor of Science degree in computer science from Duke University and a Master of Science degree in computer science from Georgia Institute of Technology.

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