LookingGlass Cyber Solutions delivers comprehensive threat intelligence driven security through a scalable solution portfolio of machine readable threat intelligence (MRTI), threat intelligence management with 140+ data sources transformed into global Internet and threat intelligence, threat intelligence services, and network threat mitigation.
By addressing risks across structured Indicators of
Compromise (IoCs), unstructured
and open source data (OSINT), internal network telemetry, and network threat mitigation, customers gain unprecedented understanding into threats that may impact their business including cyber, physical assets, and third party partners.
Prioritized, relevant and timely insights enable customers to operationalize threat intelligence in an effective and efficient way throughout the threat lifecycle.
LookingGlass’ Vice President of Customer Support, James Carnall, and CyberEdge’s Co-founder & CEO, Steve Piper
As we move toward the halfway point in the year, it might be a good time to evaluate the effectiveness of your organization’s security posture. According to CyberEdge’s 2019 Cyberthreat Defense Report, 78% of enterprises were victimized by a successful cyberattack last year. Is your organization next?
CyberEdge surveyed 1,200 IT security professionals from 17 countries and 19 industries and learned:
-56% of organizations were compromised by ransomware
-45% of ransomware victims paid the ransom
-13% of a typical IT budget is spent on security
-84% of organizations are experiencing an IT security skills shortage
-Malware, ransomware, and spear-phishing cause the most headaches
Join LookingGlass’ SVP of Delivery & Support, James Carnall, and CyberEdge’s Co-founder & CEO, Steve Piper, as they review insights from CyberEdge’s sixth-annual research study. They’ll also provide answers to important questions, such as:
-What are the weakest links in current security postures?
-What’s standing in the way of IT security professionals?
-What are the hottest security technologies for 2019?
All webinar registrants will receive a complimentary copy of CyberEdge’s 2019 Cyberthreat Defense Report. Register now!
Brandon Dobrec, LookingGlass Cyber Solutions and Paul Roberts, Security LedgerRecorded: Mar 20 201961 mins
Vendors, suppliers, and independent subsidiaries are gaining more and more access to your network and sensitive data because today’s business models include outsourcing of non-mission critical programs and tasks, which brings a whole new world of risk to your organization. These not so new cyber risks make traditional perimeter defense no longer enough. Companies need continuous visibility and monitoring of their external partners threat landscapes. Use a cyber situational awareness platform that provides you with a map of your cyber risks you can identify vulnerabilities before the adversary does.
In this webinar, LookingGlass Product Manager, Brandon Dobrec and Security Ledger Editor-in-Chief, Paul Roberts will discuss what you need to assess vendors in the modern cyber environment, providing you with the right map to assess your external risk.
This webinar will answer:
- Why point-in-time scorecards are a necessary component of third party risk management, but are woefully inadequate for proactively defending against future attacks
- How a cyber situational platform delivers an outside-in view of your network, allowing you to see gaps in your network
- Tools, capabilities, features, and functionalities are needed to assess vendor risk – continuous monitoring, alerting, reporting, and dynamic collection & scoring, among others
- Common attack vectors, why these vectors remain open, and what attack vectors are emerging regularly
Paul Roberts and Dan MartinRecorded: Jan 23 201961 mins
Cyber threats are becoming more frequent and more targeted. Bad actors are more adept at social engineering and investigating your network and infrastructure to understand your organization’s cyber strengths and weaknesses. Security teams need to focus on who or what will seek to exploit them and how they are likely to do so, instead of being hyper-focused on just the threat itself.
This webinar delves into how one of the world's top financial services firms developed and implemented a robust threat model capable of repelling the world's most sophisticated hackers and nation-state actors. Join LookingGlass Product Manager, Dan Martin, and Security Ledger Editor-in-Chief, Paul Roberts for an introduction to ScoutThreat™, a threat management platform that helps security analysts streamline threat analysis work and extract the maximum value from threat intelligence.
In this webinar you will learn:
- Advantages of modeling adversaries to get ahead of threats to your IT environment
- Structuring threat models to account for a myriad of sophisticated cyber risks
- How to overcome hurdles in creating robust threat models that address real-world risks
- How ScoutThreat can help you build a proactive security posture
LookingGlass Senior Vice President of Product, Eric Olson, and Vice President of Customer Support, James CarnallRecorded: Oct 24 201861 mins
It’s 2018 and threat actors continue to leverage the same tactics – phishing, ransomware, botnets, etc. – against their targets. They’ve using the same techniques for years, yet it’s still working. Do we sound like a broken record yet?
With October being National Cyber Security Awareness Month, it’s an ideal time to re-evaluate the cyber threat landscape and your cybersecurity hygiene. Topics like fake news, privacy, and the Internet of Things are “hot” topics in mainstream culture, and you need to know their impacts on your organization.
Join LookingGlass’ Senior Vice President of Product, Eric Olson, and Vice President of Customer Support, James Carnall, in a lively discussion about the hottest cybersecurity topics and what your organization can do to protect itself against them. Wednesday, October 24 @ 2PM ET.
This webinar will also cover:
· Business Email Compromise (BEC)
· Single Sign-On and Password Managers
· Information Warfare
· Third Party Risk
Matt Bromiley SANS Instructor and Allan Thomson, LookingGlass Cyber Solutions CTORecorded: Sep 12 201862 mins
It’s 2018 – why are we still manually blocking firewall ports, manually ingesting threat feeds, and manually implementing blocks from well-known, trusted sources? Automation and integration allows security professionals to keep up with the pace of today’s threat landscape. The two go hand in hand but are they right for every organization?
This webcast explores the pros and cons of automation and integration, focusing on what an organization needs to consider before implementing such an approach. Most important, the webcast and associated white paper will help answer these key questions:
What would it take to manually do what automation does?
How can I protect my assets?
How do I get actionable threat intelligence?
IDC Research Director Chris Kissel and LookingGlass Product Manager Brandon DobrecRecorded: Aug 29 201856 mins
Traditional cybersecurity leads with a “block & tackle” strategy. But as threats become more complex, targeted, and sophisticated, security operations centers (SOC) require a better understanding of how threats beyond the perimeter interact with their network. Join IDC special guest, Research Director Chris Kissel and LookingGlass Product Manager Brandon Dobrec in a discussion on modern-day SOC needs for a threat platform that marries automated intelligence tradecraft with the human element.
Michael Suby, VP of Research at Frost & Sullivan, and James Carnall, VP of Customer Support Group at LookingGlassRecorded: Jul 17 201863 mins
In the highly dynamic online landscape of misinformation, fake news, gossip, and the trading of absconded data, organizations must expand their cybersecurity arsenals in protecting their brands, personnel, facilities, and sensitive information. They must take into account what exists outside the perimeter in the greater cyber ecosystem: the surface, dark, and deep web. Locating and assessing these threats, however, is a challenge for even experienced threat hunters. The tools and techniques are non-standard. You should ask yourself, “Is my security team ready to tackle what lies beyond the perimeter?” If not, let us shed light on this topic. Register for LookingGlass' "Threats Beyond the Perimeter" webinar on Tuesday, July 17 @ 2 pm ET to hear Michael Suby, VP of Research at Frost & Sullivan and James Carnall, VP of Customer Support Group at LookingGlass discuss how these scenarios may affect your brand, employees, and facilities.
Paul Roberts, Security Ledger & Brandon Dobrec, LookingGlass Cyber Solutions, & special guest Chris RobertsRecorded: Jun 26 201861 mins
Cyber threat intelligence – when properly gathered, refined, and applied – can help organizations identify business risks and target both protections and mitigations. But what distinguishes high-quality and actionable threat intelligence from low-quality security "noise"? How are cutting edge CISOs and IT security teams applying threat intelligence to respond to incidents and slam shut windows of compromise?
Find out in this webinar moderated by Paul Roberts, the Editor in Chief at The Security Ledger. Paul will be joined by LookingGlass’ Brandon Dobrec, and counter threat intelligence & vulnerability research expert Chris Roberts. Together they will review the value of threat intelligence to organizations, discuss how cutting edge firms are using threat intelligence to their advantage, and review how to orchestrate threat intelligence to automate mitigation and combat third party risk.
Olga Polishchuk, LookingGlass Sr. Director of Investigation, and Rob DuBois, Founder of Impact ActualRecorded: Jun 6 201857 mins
Hundreds of thousands of fans and their personal devices. Increased political tension. International boycotts. What is at stake at the 2018 FIFA World Cup? This webinar will examine the cyber and physical risks surrounding this year’s upcoming World Cup in Russia including the likelihood of a large-scale cyber attack and a simulation of how a possible attack might play out – how it could be launched and the steps to taken to ameliorate the effects.
Join LookingGlass’ Sr. Director of Investigation, Olga Polishchuk, and special guest speaker Rob DuBois of Impact Actual on Wednesday, June 6 @ 9am ET/ 2pm GMT as they explore elevated threats that may play out during one of the world’s largest and most treasured sporting events. Register now!
Vice President of Customer Support James Carnall and Vice President of Intelligence Operations Eric OlsonRecorded: Mar 21 201858 mins
Phishing, ransomware, and data breaches plague organizations of all sizes and industries, but the financial services market has always had the largest target on its back. As a mid-market financial organization, how do you fend off these attacks when you don’t have the budget for everything you need: data feeds, tools, analysis and mitigation?
The answer: “Threat Intelligence-as-a-service.” This, robust, cost-effective option, brings together dozens of structured threat intelligence feeds, online monitoring of social media and the dark web, and round-the-clock human review to give you vetted, relevant intelligence specific to your organization. Even better, there is no hardware or software to install, this is a completely managed service that can be up and running in hours or days. It finally puts “big bank” threat intelligence capabilities within the reach of smaller organizations.
Join LookingGlass’ Vice President of Customer Support James Carnall and Vice President of Intelligence Operations Eric Olson on Wednesday, March 21 @ 2pm ET as they discuss how threat intelligence can be affordable for mid-market organizations with LookingGlass’ Information Security-as-a-Service package, a new offering tailor made for your organization’s cybersecurity needs.
Allan Thomson, LookingGlass Cyber; Jason Keirstead, IBM Security Systems; Henry Peltokangas, Cisco SystemsRecorded: Mar 13 201857 mins
Threats in today’s cyber landscape are becoming increasingly sophisticated. To successfully fend off attacks, organizations need security tools that work effectively and efficiently across vendors; however, it is not uncommon for one vendor’s products to not work with others, despite claiming support for standards. In this webinar, we will introduce some of the key challenges a heterogeneous integrated security environment must solve and how STIX/TAXII2 standards-based technologies support solving those challenges in a new and effective manner.