Engaging Your Mobile Customers While Protecting Sensitive Data
Mobile access by customers for business services, applications, information and transactions continues to grow at a rapid pace and serves as a key driver of customer engagement and revenue. Companies are investing a great deal in easy access and a positive customer experience.
But while device proliferation, multi-device users and BYOD has presented opportunities, application readiness and the protection of sensitive data must be addressed to support a seamless and trusted engagement.
During this webcast we will discuss the mobile opportunities businesses are attempting to capitalize on; the readiness, security and usability challenges that must be overcome; and various security solutions businesses can take advantage of to reach their mobile customer engagement goals.
RecordedJul 24 201240 mins
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Steve McCullar, Sr. Director, Security Solutions at CA Technologies
Over 80% of security breaches involve privileged credentials, according to industry analysts, which makes protecting privileged user access absolutely critical.
To do that, you must build a zero-trust defense in depth system to protect privileged credentials.
Join Steve McCullar of CA Technologies in a live webcast to learn how:
•The military principle of defense in depth security can be applied to privileged access management.
•Make it more difficult for the “enemy” --implement a layered privileged access management defense system that combines a ‘zero-trust’ network-based and host-based security
Carol Alexander, Sr. Dir Security, CA Technologies; Rob Marti, Princ, Prod. Mgr, CA.; Brandon Dunlap
Making it easy for your customers to engage with you requires frictionless security. Begin by ensuring you have modern single sign-on and authentication to provide compelling, simple, yet non-intrusive environments for your customers. Join CA and (ISC)2 on October 6, 2016 at 1:00PM for Part 2 of our Briefings series where we'll examine how to employ analytics to streamline the path to your applications, address hybrid environments (both SaaS and on premise) and ensure AA and SSO are meeting continually emerging challenges of the digital enterprise.
Gedeon Hombrebueno, Director of Security Solutions (CA Technologies) and Piyush Pandey, Senior Manager Cyber Risk (Deloitte)
Business leaders believe compliance can keep them out of harm’s way. Yet the majority of organizations are not anywhere close to being safe from attacks. Why the disconnect?
Join Gedeon Hombrebueno (CA Technologies) and Piyush Pandey (Deloitte) as they discuss the importance of taking IT security measures beyond standards or regulations, and how to establish the necessary privileged access management controls to not only prevent data breaches, but also to satisfy audit and compliance demands.
You will learn:
• Why a “compliance based approach” to security is inadequate and flawed
• How to move from a compliance-based approach to risk-based approach
• How Privileged Access Management can help address compliance requirements, using PCI DSS compliance as an example
James Jenkins, Director, Payment Security Solutions, CA Technologies and Karen Webster, CEO, Market Platform Dynamics
It’s no secret that e-commerce is one of the biggest drivers of digital business transformation. This is due, primarily, to customers demanding the highest quality experience. No interruptions. No complex passwords. No incessant authentication requests … all without sacrificing security.
Enter Payment Security solutions from CA. These intelligent solutions not only let you build a secure e-commerce strategy centered on customer value, but also a broader digital business transformation plan focused on competitive advantage.
Want to learn more? Join James Jenkins, Director, Payment Security Solutions, CA Technologies and Karen Webster, CEO, Market Platform Dynamics as they discuss why banks and card issuers are at a pivotal juncture to embrace digital business transformation. Discover:
What technology, applications, and digital all have in common when it comes to the new e-commerce strategy.
•How business units can collectively drive enhanced digital services, combat fraud, and increase business performance.
•Why these evolutionary times are accelerating the Digital Business Transformation agenda
•What the experts are saying about digital strategies, focus areas, and best practices
Michelle Waugh, Security Business, CA Technologies; Brandon Dunlap
Your business is part of a new digital reality and the digital relationships you have with individuals are your greatest assets. They are also the new perimeter, where identities are the unifying control point across apps & data and users demand access and insight with an exceptional user experience. While all this drives your business, it also opens you up to attacks and breaches. Join CA Technologies and (ISC)2 on September 1, 2016 at 1:00PM Eastern for this first event of a six-part webcast series where you will learn how leaders can adapt to the new digital reality -- embrace new identity and access management strategies that allow you to innovate in ways you never imagined.
Carol Alexander, Sr Dir Product Marketing PaySec, CA; Hannah Preston, Solution Strategist PaySec, CA; Karen Webster, CEO MPD
Brace yourself, there's a storm coming. Soon you will see more and more global regulatory changes that could impact your payment security strategy. In fact, you may not even be aware that some changes are already underway.
Find out how to leverage innovative, already-available payment technologies during this evolution in the payment industry.
Join our distinguished panelists as they discuss regulatory disruption. Learn the steps you should be taking - right now - to help implement best practices in your fraud prevention strategies:
•Are you future-proofing your e-Commerce operations?
•Is your data at the center of your security strategy?
•Are you tracking the predictions for next 18 months?
Your identity and governance practices are well established, but they might not be as comprehensive as they need to be. Going beyond the basics is critical to greatly reduce security risk and improve efficiencies.
Join CA Technologies security expert, John Hawley, to examine how to broaden the scope of governance to include privileged users, contractors, and business partners, as well as controlling access to physical assets. You’ll also learn the important role of identity performance analytics in a governance deployment.
Cybercrime costs the global economy $445 Billion a year, more than the worldwide illicit drug trade, and even the GDP of many countries. And, targeted breaches are increasingly a tool of nation-states seeking intellectual property, dossiers on influential individuals, and devastating disruptions of business operations.
But for all their variety, each of these attacks share a common thread — a kill chain that exploits privileged users and their credentials to gain access to sensitive systems. Privileged access management is the most direct means of disrupting the kill chain and stopping attackers before they ever get started.
Join CA Technologies Dale Gardner and ISACA in an informative discussion on how to break the kill chain.
You will learn:
• How risks from system breaches — and the potential for long-lasting damages — are increasing
• How attackers exploit privileged users and their credentials in an ongoing string of data breaches and security incidents
• How to master the processes and tools needed to easily disrupt the kill chain, stopping attackers in their tracks and preventing breaches.
Rob Marti - CA Security and Jeremy Britton - Deloitte, Managing Director of Cyber Risk Services
Digital is everywhere—big data, cloud, mobile, social, the Internet of Things – and its changing the way we all work and play. Today, retailers are facing three major challenges: digital transformation initiatives, abandoned online shopping carts, and online identity fraud and data breaches. The common thread for success is to ensure that security becomes synonymous with a frictionless user experience.
Join security experts from CA Technologies and Deloitte in a discussion on how leading retailers are addressing these challenges and how a comprehensive Omnichannel Access solution can enable you to engage your customers in a secure and frictionless fashion across multiple devices and channels.
Jonathan D. Hancock, TSYS; James Jenkins, CA; Paul Dulany, CA; Steve Casco, CardNotPresent
3D Secure is “primed for ignition” … especially in the U.S., where the migration to EMV chip cards has resulted in an upward trend of card-not-present (CNP) fraud. In fact, it is estimated that in the U.S. alone, CNP fraud will reach approximately $7 billion by the year 2020.
What many card issuers may not know is that 3D Secure is an ideal solution to combat this specific type of fraud. What’s more, card issuers can leverage the enhanced data set available with 3D Secure to support a broader fraud strategy across CNP, brick and mortar, and even omni-channel segments.
Want to learn more? Join us to explore:
• How 3D Secure has evolved since its introduction and common misconceptions about this protocol
• Where to properly utilize various types of data available within 3D Secure and how it can enhance an overall fraud strategy
• What industry experts say about the impact of 3D Secure data and existing partnerships to support U.S. issuers
•Jonathan D. Hancock, Fraud & Risk Management Solutions Director, TSYS
•James Jenkins, NA Sales Director, CA Technologies
•Paul Dulany, Data Science VP, CA Technologies
•Steve Casco, Founder, CardNotPresent.com
In up to two-thirds of security breaches, stolen or compromised user credentials belonging to a privileged user with wide-ranging access to sensitive systems, served as the initial attack vector. In this way, attackers can steal sensitive data and wreak havoc. While you must provide access to third parties, you must also manage such high-impact security risks. Join us to learn the top five best practices for regaining control of third-party access, and the processes and technology necessary to stop unauthorized access and damaging breaches.
In this webcast, you’ll learn:
- The identity, access, and security governance processes needed to protect your network
- How to ensure positive user identification to prevent credential theft and misuse
- Techniques to limit access to only those resources required to satisfy work or business requirements
- Preventing the unauthorized commands — and inadvertent mistakes — threatening your network
- Establishing monitoring procedures that flag violations and speed forensic investigations
Dale R. Gardner, CA Technologies PAM, and Jeremiah Cornelius, Senior Security Architect, VMware
Virtualized network systems are inherently more secure than physical networks, since what is deployed can be known with absolute certainty – and therefore can be precisely identified and secured. And because the network is defined in software, connections can be securely defined only as a consequence of policy – rather than trying to add policy to physical network links after they’ve been deployed. Security is built in, rather than bolted on after the fact.
Network virtualization platforms for the Software-Defined Data Center (SDDC) bring the operational model of a virtual machine to your data center network, transforming the economics of network and security operations. This allows you treat your physical network as a pool of transport capacity, with network and security services attached to VMs with a policy-driven approach. Adding specialized protections to monitor and control the activities of privileged users, and to protect and secure the credentials they use are critical to achieving comprehensive security.
Join us for this informative webcast to learn the key components required for protecting the Software-Defined Data Center.
Derek Brink, VP and IT Research Fellow at Aberdeen Group & Sumner Blount, Director, Security Solutions at CA Technologies
The world of security has changed. Security must now be extended to a larger, and more diverse user population. These extended users (partners and consumers in addition to employees) demand a simple, frictionless, and business-oriented user experience, but without sacrificing the confidence that their private information is secure. Aberdeen has shown that organizations that can meet the needs of this increasingly diverse user population can gain significant benefits – up to 60% gain in user productivity and an 80% increase in user satisfaction!
Join Aberdeen Group and CA Technologies for an informative webcast to learn how these results were achieved and how you can leverage these principles in your own environment. We will also explore a major bank’s experience and how they are leveraging identity management and governance capabilities to help transform their business - securely!
John Hawley, VP, Security Strategy, CA Technologies; Brandon Dunlap, Brightfly
The Identity Management market continues to be heavily influenced by several important trends – cloud, mobile, the rise of the user, and increased app velocity, among others. These trends have dramatically shaped the identity landscape, and changed the security strategy and tactics that many companies have adopted. How will these trends continue to impact the identity landscape, and what should organizations do to prepare for it? Join CA Technologies and (ISC)2 on February 4, 2016 at 1:00PM Eastern as we look at the next phase of identity management, and how these and other emerging trends will continue to shape the role of Security. We will also offer best practice guidelines for dealing with these continuing changes.
Derek Brink, VP and IT Research Fellow at Aberdeen Group & Sumner Blount, Director, Security Solutions at CA Technologies
Identity and access management (IAM) initiatives with a focus on users can enable your business, while still supporting their traditional role in the important areas of security, compliance, and reliability.
In the research report "IAM for Everyone: How A Broader Strategic Focus on Users Pays Off," Aberdeen Group’s Derek Brink describes four high-level attributes that can help you quickly assess whether your organization’s IAM initiatives are on a path to achieve similar results:
- IAM is viewed not only as the technical means for control, compliance, and cost efficiencies, but also as an essential strategic business enabler
- Both rewarded risks (eg. enablement) and unrewarded risks (eg, protection) are among the top drivers of your IAM investment
- There is a strong focus on a convenient, streamlined, and personalized user experience
- The performance of your IAM investments are being measured and are helping to produce the desired business value
Join CA Technologies and Aberdeen Group for this highly informative on-demand webinar on IAM as a strategic enabler.
Nick Craig, VP of Payment Security, CA Technologies
Shopping cart abandonment is on the rise – often fueled by complicated checkout processes or card security prompts. In fact, the estimated value of online shopping carts left behind in 2015 was a staggering $3.38 trillion.*
Join this Card Not Present event with Nick Craig, VP of Payment Security, CA Technologies, to learn the methodology that card issuers can implement to streamline the checkout process and win back some of that lost revenue by providing a better, and more secure shopping experience.
Michelle Waugh, VP, Security Solutions, CA Technologies; Brandon Dunlap, Brightfly
Each year, security experts at CA Technologies offer predictions about some of the most compelling trends in the identity & access management market. In this webcast, we will bravely review our predictions from 2015, and rate ourselves on how we did. But, more importantly, we will fearlessly offer predictions about the world of identities for 2016, and offer specific guidance for what organizations can be doing now to prepare for these changes. On January 7, 2016 at 1:00PM Eastern, we focus on the future to see what might be coming down the road.
Ankur Karer, Head of Global Pre-Sales of CA Technologies
Payment fraud losses amounted to $16.31 billion last year — with card-not-present fraud responsible for nearly 40 percent of that total at $6.4 billion. Investigating those cases (and resolving those disputes) is a major burden for card issuers; what’s essential to improving the process is to automate investigation and minimize operational overhead.
Join Ankur Karer, Head of Global Pre-Sales of CA Technologies, and MPD CEO Karen Webster for a digital discussion on the best practices for implementing the ideal case management system that can help to improve operational efficiency by prioritizing cases and reducing inbound call volume.
Nick Craig, VP of Sales for CA Digital Payments, CA Technologies
Shopping cart abandonment is on the rise – often fueled by complicated checkout processes or card security issues – with research showing more than $4 trillion worth of merchandise will be left behind in online shopping carts in this year alone.
Watch this on-demand PYMNTS.com webinar where Nick Craig, VP of Sales for CA Digital Payments, CA Technologies and MPD CEO Karen Webster will discuss streamlining the checkout process to combat shopping cart abandonment.
The broad range of modern business SaaS apps available today enable employees to be more productive and collaborative than ever before, while allowing them to work anytime, anywhere and on the devices of their choice. However, the proliferation of SaaS apps and a “bring your own app” trend in the workplace has introduced risks and challenges when it comes to securing and managing access to apps across organizational silos. Join CA Technologies and (ISC)2 on December 10, 2015 at 1:00PM Eastern as we dive into the security, agility and user experience challenges associated with the rise of SaaS adoption, and how leveraging identity-centric security can help you unlock the potential of your organization’s SaaS investments.
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