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  • Cyber Security Brief: Financial institutions hack, VPN apps, and FB account remo
    Cyber Security Brief: Financial institutions hack, VPN apps, and FB account remo
    Cyber Security Brief Podcast Recorded: Mar 25 2019 22 mins
    Symantec threat researcher Stephen Doherty joins us to discuss our recently published research into a wave of attacks against financial institutions in West Africa. We also discuss some new research that found that many free mobile VPNs could actually compromise people’s privacy, a hitman who was convicted thanks to evidence found on his smartwatch, and an embarrassing compromise of the ATLAS MMO game. Also this week, Russia is back in the headlines again, with the DNC revealing it was targeted once again by a spear-phishing campaign originating in Russia in November last, while Facebook also removed a number of “inauthentic” accounts that it says were based in Russia and involved in spreading misinformation on the social media platform.
  • SEP Cloud Powerful, yet simple to use
    SEP Cloud Powerful, yet simple to use
    Symantec Recorded: Mar 25 2019 5 mins
    Delivered endpoint security services can provide powerful threat protection efficacy using the IT headcount already in place supporting your business. In this 5 minute video we will demonstrate the Symantec Endpoint Protection Cloud solution, and show how to get
    endpoint security up and running in as little as 5 minutes using the same powerful protection as large enterprises.
  • The Digital Workforce Wants YOU: Consider a Career in Cybersecurity
    The Digital Workforce Wants YOU: Consider a Career in Cybersecurity
    Patrick G. Cohen, VP, Strategic Partnerships, NPower, Inc. Recorded: Mar 22 2019 30 mins
    According to a study by the Center for Cyber Safety and Education, by 2022, there will be a shortage of 1.8 million information security workers. Key influencers like teachers, parents, state and local officials are encouraged to join this webinar to learn more about this growing field and how to engage youth in pursuing cybersecurity careers.
  • Cyber Security Brief: Japan to hack IoT devices, Facetime bug, and BEC scams
    Cyber Security Brief: Japan to hack IoT devices, Facetime bug, and BEC scams
    Cyber Security Brief Podcast Recorded: Mar 22 2019 25 mins
    We discuss authorities' pursuit of Webstresser users, Japan allowing officials to hack civilians’ IoT devices in an attempt to improve security, and the much-discussed Apple Facetime bug. We also chat about the Razy malware attempting to steal cryptocurrencies, an evolution of business email compromise (BEC) scams, and a bizarre sting operation targeting the Citizen Lab internet watchdog group.
  • Cyber Security Brief: Ukrainians indicted, Tesla hacks, and crypto breach
    Cyber Security Brief: Ukrainians indicted, Tesla hacks, and crypto breach
    Cyber Security Brief Podcast Recorded: Mar 21 2019 24 mins
    We discuss the indictment of two Ukrainian nationals for their role in a conspiracy to hack into the Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) computer systems. We also chat about the recent controversy about GoDaddy quietly injecting scripts onto websites without the website owners knowing, and recent attacks on cryptocurrency exchanges. We also cover the Pwn2Own contest offering cash prizes for hacks on a Tesla vehicle for the first time, and how credit card scammers are using smartcard technology to their advantage.
  • Cyber Security Brief: DE data leak, dodgy IoT devices, and PewDiePie hackers
    Cyber Security Brief: DE data leak, dodgy IoT devices, and PewDiePie hackers
    Cyber Security Brief Podcast Recorded: Mar 20 2019 22 mins
    We discuss the fact that most people don’t trust their internet of things devices, but also aren’t that willing to pay extra for improved security. We also chat about the major leak of personal data of high-profile politicians and others in Germany, and developments in the campaign of the hackers taking over printers and Chromecasts to express their support for PewDiePie (and highlight security issues). Finally, we take a look at some research highlighting the fact that facial recognition on smartphones still isn’t foolproof.
  • Cyber Security Brief: The Top 5 Cyber Security Stories of 2018
    Cyber Security Brief: The Top 5 Cyber Security Stories of 2018
    Cyber Security Brief Podcast Recorded: Mar 19 2019 24 mins
    We take a look back at the year that has gone by in cyber security, and count down the top 5 biggest cyber security stories of 2018. Listen to find out what we thought they were!
  • Die neue Threat-Landschaft – Internet Security Threat Report (ISTR) 2019
    Die neue Threat-Landschaft – Internet Security Threat Report (ISTR) 2019
    Candid Wüest (Sr. Threat Researcher at Symantec); Thomas Hemker (CISSP, CISM, CISA) Recorded: Mar 19 2019 63 mins
    Die Angriffe mit Ransomware gehen erstmals leicht zurück. Neue Angriffsformen schließen die Lücke. Angreifer tarnen ihre Attacken gegen Unternehmen zunehmend raffiniert, um unentdeckt zu bleiben. Sprechen Sie mit uns über diese und viele weitere Trends:

    •2018 war das Jahr des Formjackings, während Cryptojacking und Ransomware nachlassen. Gezielte Angriffe mit Ransomware sind für Unternehmen aber nach wie vor ein Problem.
    •Supply-Chain-Attacken und das Ausnutzen bekannter Schwachstellen sind auch 2018 auf dem Vormarsch.
    •Cloud-Anwendern droht von vielen Seiten Gefahr, etwa in Form von Datenverlusten durch ungesicherten Cloud-Storage oder über Schwachstellen der eingesetzten Chip-Hardware.
    •Die Zahl gezielter Angriffe auf Produktivsysteme in der Industrie steigt; viele Hacker-Gruppen setzten bei ihren Angriffen auf zerstörerische Malware.
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  • Symantec Solutions Video
    Symantec Solutions Video
    Symantec Recorded: Mar 18 2019 1 min
    Symantec Solutions Video
  • Secure Web y Cloud Gateway
    Secure Web y Cloud Gateway
    Ramses Gallego, Symantec Strategist Recorded: Mar 15 2019 30 mins
    Seguridad y Protección frente a amenazas para la Empresa
    Para los negocios, Internet es tanto esencial como peligrosa. En tiempos en los que los empleados utilizan cada vez más dispositivos móviles y más procesos se mueven a la nube, la dependencia -y el peligro- en Internet no va hacer más que aumentar. Se precisa visibilidad de todo el tráfico Internet para que se pueda proteger a las organizaciones y empleados de todas las amenazas que el modelo introduce.

    Secure web gateways (SWGs) aportan visibilidad y control necesarios para mitigar los riesgos de Internet. El punto de partida es donde los cortafuegos de próxima generación (NGFWs, Next-Generation Firewalls) acaban, aportando terminación sobre la capa 7 e inspección profunda del tráfico web (puertos 80 y 443) necesaria para descubrir y poder proteger de las constantes y sofisticadas amenazas para su negocio.

    En este webinar aprenderá cómo una arquitectura basada en proxy proporciona seguridad unificada y protección frente a amenazas para una entidad en esta época de usuarios remotos, oficinas móviles, aplicaciones en la nube, dispositivos móviles, etc.

    ● Una arquitectura basada en proxy es ESENCIAL para cubrir las necesidades de la Generación Cloud.
    ● Symantec BC Proxy SG es la mejor defensa de seguridad.
    ● Symantec Proxy SG mejora sustancialmente la protección frente a amenazas a la vez que reduce los costes de otra infraestructura de seguridad.

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