Meeting the Ongoing Challenge of Identity and Access Compliance
As new regulations (HITECH) arise, and existing ones introduce more stringent requirements (HIPAA, PCI), compliance remains an ongoing challenge for many organizations. Because manual compliance controls introduce expense and increase risk, Identity and Access Management (IAM) provides an excellent foundation on which to implement automated controls for continuous compliance. This webcast will provide a maturity model for compliance controls, and highlight critical capabilities for identity-related compliance in enterprise and cloud environments.
Next-generation firewalls and sandboxes stop attacks at various steps, but they only react to malicious communications and code after attacks have launched.
There’s another way—observing where attacks are ‘staged’.
We’re going to demonstrate how we can visualize Internet infrastructures for visibility into where attacks will emerge. Then, we’ll know where advanced malware will be downloaded and where compromised systems will callback—before attacks launch.
In this live session, you’ll learn:
7 steps of an attack and how you can use this data to get ahead of new security events.
3 ways to uncover malicious activity by looking at domain names, IP addresses, and autonomous system numbers (ASNs).
How to apply this intelligence to your current defenses.
Many organizations have struggled with BYOD programs due to MDM/MAM deployment challenges, user privacy concerns, and low adoption. This is causing some to question BYOD altogether. Fortunately, data shows that there is huge demand for BYOD, but such programs must meet employee needs in addition to IT needs.
In this webinar, you'll learn where existing BYOD programs have fallen short, and how the next-generation of mobile security products will ensure secure, broad adoption of BYOD.
Receive (ISC)² CPE credits for attending this webinar.
In this 30-minute webcast, industry experts Mike Rothman, President of Securosis Research and Wolfgang Kandek, CTO of Qualys will share their top recommendations for making the most of National Cyber Security Awareness Month. With data breaches in the headlines of nearly every online magazine, it’s never been a better time to maximize cyber security awareness and translate it into pragmatic results for the enterprise.
During this webcast, attendees will learn
* Which tactics have the greatest effect on fostering cyber security awareness throughout the enterprise
* How to foster a risk-aware security culture while still encouraging trust among your employees and partners
* How to bridge the gap between IT security and IT operations (hint: knowing more about your assets is the first step)
Wishful thinking or a cursory security assessment may have worked in the past but dealing with persistent and advanced threats requires an equally sophisticated and mature approach.
While APT’s are on the rise and the use of zero-day vulnerabilities can be one of the weapons for such attacks, reality is that the large majority of incidents – advanced or not – occur using known vulnerabilities. Resolving these is, therefore, paramount to reducing the attack surface for cyber criminals.
Join Amar as he shares his tips on adopting a mature and continuing vulnerability management process that can help organizations reduce risk and be better prepared to respond to APT’s.
According to Verizon’s “2015 Data Breach Investigation Report,” the cyberattacks are becoming increasingly sophisticated. Cybercriminals have been successful in creating new techniques and deceptive tactics that outpace security efforts. Under these conditions, what would be your approach to dealing with security threats?
Join us for a live webinar session and discover how auditing can help mitigate the risk of data breaches and solidify your security strategy overall. During the session, we will talk about:
- The latest data breaches and their ramifications;
- How auditing complements threat-defense mechanisms;
- What should be audited and why.
Businesses are spending so much money on security -- almost $47 billion in 2013 -- and yet the number of breaches continues to increase. To mitigate the risks of increasingly sophisticated, innovative and persistent threats, we need to change the way we think about our security programs. In this webcast, Art Gilliland, General Manager of HP Enterprise Security Products, talks about the challenges all enterprises face from the bad guys -- and the critical steps businesses must take to defend against today's most advanced threats.
Today’s cyber attacks have become increasingly more sophisticated, requiring organisations to embrace an agile and ever more adaptive approach to their cyber security strategy. Join our webinar as we discuss the changing landscape of advanced threats in EMEA, look into the anatomy of APTs and explain why conventional security methods are no longer equipped to deal with these advanced attacks. In addition, we’ll share insights into real-life case studies of advanced threat actors using zero-day attacks and how an adaptive defense model allows FireEye to quickly respond, detect and remediate such attacks.
Jason will introduce some of the major challenges associated with monitoring and logging cyber security events, highlighting the need to identify indicators of compromise at a much earlier stage and in a more consistent, insightful manner.
He will present a cyber-security monitoring framework, emphasising the benefits of taking a balanced, intelligence-led approach, based on fundamental log management and situational awareness. He will then look at what a cyber-security incident actually is and outline how to prepare for and respond to a cyber-security incident effectively – ensuring that it is properly followed up - helping to reduce the frequency and impact of future cyber security incidents.
Finally, Jason will introduce a cyber-security incident response maturity model, showing how you can measure the maturity of a cyber-security incident response capability.
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The growing sophistication and evasiveness of cyber threats have redesigned the paradigms of the information security landscape. Since traditional signature-based technologies alone cannot keep the pace with advanced threats, a breed of new technologies has been developed to fill the gap in what seems an endless arms race against malware creators. In the same time, the volatility of the perimeter, direct consequence of the growing adoption of cloud services, dramatically broadens the vulnerability surface of the organizations, requiring a new approach for the CISOs in terms of both technologies and policies.
In this webcast we will analyse the current threat landscape related to advanced malware, demonstrating that, unlike what is commonly believed, it is not necessarily related to state-sponsored operations, but it is frequently used even in opportunistic attacks (and in several cases also available as a P/SaaS model).
After showing the characteristics that make a malware “advanced” (evasion at the endpoint and network level, polymorphism, etc), the webcast will outline the foundations of a multi-layered approach needed to detect, contain and mitigate the threats posed by advanced threats.
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, 2015 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.
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.
Hadeel Dabbagh, Director, Security Solutions, CA Technologies; Brandon Dunlap, Brightfly
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.
Sumner Blount, Director, Security Solutions, CA Technologies; Brandon Dunlap; Brightfly
Over a billion records were breached last year in online cyber-attacks. Even though the details of these breaches may differ, they often have the same root cause – inadequate control of privileged user accounts and their actions in increasingly complex hybrid environments. On November 12, 2015 at 1:00PM Eastern, join CA Technologies and (ISC)2 as we examine some of the most notorious breaches and the steps that attackers took to take control of these accounts. You will also learn how Privileged Identity Management (PIM) can help prevent successful attacks and protect critical corporate and customer information.
Robert Marti, Sen Principal, and Marty Yam, Sr. Advisor, Authentication Solutions, CA Technologies; Brandon Dunlap
Traditional authentication and authorization defenses against fraudulent access attempts have only slowed down cybercriminals and have made gaining access more difficult for legitimate users. Multi-factor authentication and single sign-on can be a powerful combination to mitigate the threat of data breaches while providing a convenient user experience, but is that enough? What happens if credentials are stolen? What can be accessed during the session? Join CA Technologies and (ISC)2 on October 15, 2015 at 1:00PM Eastern to learn best practices for reducing your risk of data breaches caused by fraudulent access. During this session, we will explore how user behavioral profiling can enhance authentication security and how risk-aware session management can help prevent session hijacking.
Michelle Waugh, VP Security Solutions, CA Technologies; Brandon Dunlap, Brightfly
Rarely has the landscape of security changed as dramatically as in the past year. Applications are now rightfully driving security strategy across organizations of all sizes. Attacks against your critical systems and information are more insidious than ever before. Your customers are demanding access from a variety of devices, across access channels, along with a consistent, intuitive, and convenient user experience. If that wasn't enough, you need to engage with your developer communities to help build those complementary solutions that you need to grow your business. Join CA Technologies for this first part of a six-part webcast series on September 17, 2015 at 1:00PM Eastern to learn how security leaders can rise to the top of the pack by leveraging these new realities, and grow their business through an innovative security vision and strategy.
Carol Alexander, Senior Director of Product Marketing & Charley Chell, Product Manager for CA Technologies
We live in a world where everything is driven by applications, connectivity, and mobility. Your customers are now far more likely to interact with your enterprise through software than a live person, and employees are conducting more business on mobile devices than traditional laptops and workstations. A critical success factor for thriving in this new reality is the ability for the enterprise to accurately identify users in a way that is both convenient to them and cost effective, while also protecting their identities and data from potential fraudsters.
Join this webcast where Carol Alexander, Head of Authentication Solutions, and Charley Chell, Security Advisor, from CA Technologies will discuss how you can transparently leverage data from mobile devices to help identify the legitimacy of a user attempting to login or perform a sensitive transaction. Learn the key factors and considerations in using contextual authentication within your mobile applications to protect against inappropriate access and data breaches.
John Hawley; VP of Security Strategy at CA Technologies & Hila Gvir; Senior Principal Product Manager at CA Technologies
A successful Consumer-Scale Identity Management Deployment is far more than just adding more users. The user experience becomes critical in the success of the deployment as a new type of user begins to interact directly with the identity infrastructure. This webcast will show how to sell these projects to the business and how to create a user experience that will help ensure its success.
John Hawley, Vice President of Security Strategy at CA Technologies
Consumer-Scale Identity Management Deployments require different approaches than the typical employee use case. However, there are profound benefits - from overall risk reduction to enhanced engagement and loyalty with customers. This webcast will highlight the key challenges in moving identity management from the IT user to a much larger business user population and highlight best practices for success.
As a two part series, this webcast will be followed by "Improving Your User Experience for Successful Consumer-Scale Identity Management", scheduled on August 19th.
Ed Moyle, Director, Emerging Business and Technology Trends, Research/Standards & Academic, ISACA
There’s no doubt about it, smart devices are proliferating – and as they do, security pros have their work cut out for them. Not only are consumer devices on the rise that have embedded networking and computing technology (e.g. televisions and household appliances), but we’re also seeing integration in other areas as well: everything from automobiles to thermostats to smoke detectors now might ship with networking capability built in.
For security practitioners in enterprise, this can have serious ramifications: not only do they potentially require traditional “security hygiene” activities (e.g. patching and monitoring), but they can also introduce other complexities as well. For example in situations where they might find their way into regulatory-governed environments (e.g. the PCI cardholder data environment) or when adoption happens without involvement from IT.
This round table session will discuss how enterprises can approach securing the Internet of Things in their environments and how they can adjust their security programs to ensure that the environment stays protected going forward.
Scott Morrison, Senior Vice President and a Distinguished Engineer at CA Technologies
Chris Poulin, Research Strategist, X-Force at IBM
Gunnar Petersen, Founder/Principle Arctec Group & Visiting Scientist @ Carnegie Mellon
Russell Miller, Director, Security Solutions & Carol Alexander, Head of Product Marketing for Authenticat
Strong authentication and Single Sign-On can be a powerful combination to mitigate the threat of data breaches while providing a convenient user experience, but is that enough? What happens if credentials are stolen? What can be accessed during the session?
Please join Carol Alexander, Director, Authentication Solutions and Russ Miller, Director, Security Solutions to learn how Intelligent Authentication and Single Sign-On including Risk-Aware Session Management can help improve session security.
Aaron Berman, Security Solutions Advisor and Russell Miller, Director, Security Solutions at CA Technologies
Access Management has grown consistently more challenging as your business requires secure engagement with new user groups and additional partners via mobile, cloud and social channels. In order to securely enable such a multi-channel, open enterprise you must:
• Facilitate secure federation with a large number of partners
• Enable the use of social identities
• Securely connect to Cloud-based services
• Extend access and security to mobile applications and devices
• Protect against existing and evolving threats
Please join Aaron Berman, Security Solutions Advisor and Russell Miller, Director, Security Solutions at CA Technologies, to learn how the latest Access Management capabilities can help you meet these rapidly evolving requirements and deliver secure applications on a timely basis.
Charley Chell, Sr. Director, Security Solutions at CA Technologies
Most two-factor authentication credentials offer high levels of security, but reduce usability; others offer limited security but are very easy to use. Risk-based authentication adds dynamic risk analysis to your authentication framework, while helping to maintain a frictionless experience for the user.
Please join Charley Chell, Sr. Director, Security Solutions at CA Technologies to learn how you can enhance the value of two-factor authentication and strengthen the security posture of your organization with risk-based authentication.
John E. Hawley, Jr., VP, Strategy for Security Solutions; CA Technologies; Brandon Dunlap
The Identity Management market has been buffeted over the past two years by several important trends – cloud, mobile, social media, 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. But, these changes are not finished. In this webcast, we'll look at the next phase of identity management and APIs, and how the continuing trend towards cloud services and the explosion of mobility and applications will continue to shape the role of Security. We will also offer best practice guidelines for dealing with these continuing changes.
Russell Miller, Director, Security Solutions, CA Technologies
Attackers continue to expose vulnerabilities at the world’s most recognized organizations. They are more skilled, more dedicated and supported by more resources than ever. While no one wants to be the “next one”, the key lies in understanding that privileged identities are at the heart of every highly-damaging breach.
Please join Russell Miller, Director, Security Solutions and Steven McCullar, Advisor, Solution Strategy for CA Technologies to learn how protecting privileged identities can help bring the best security controls to the chokepoint of a potential attack. With the right controls in the right places, you can be well positioned to be in the headlines for only the right reasons.
Andrew Kellett, Principal Analyst at Ovum & Sumner Blount, Director, Security Solutions for CA Technologies
In the application economy, increasing demand from customers to engage with modern businesses online, through social media and via mobile applications, has generated new requirements for customer-focused Identity and Access Management (IAM).
Join us on January 29, 2015 at 11am EST, when Andrew Kellett, Principal Analyst at Ovum, will offer practical guidance for aligning your IAM strategy to support both user experience and security controls, which evolve throughout the customer lifecycle. He will explore the unique challenges of customer-focused IAM and how it can be leveraged to improve customer relationships. Sumner Blount, Director, Security Solutions for CA Technologies, will join the discussion to illustrate key technologies that can support effective and secure customer-focused IAM deployments.
Guest speaker Andras Cser, VP & Principal Analyst, Forrester Research, Inc., Sumner Blount, Director, CA Technologies
In the Application Economy, factors such as mobility, cloud, social media and the Internet of Things demand new ways of managing identities and access across your increasingly mobile users.
On January 22, 2015 at 11am EST, guest speaker Andras Cser, VP and Principal Analyst at Forrester Research, Inc., will explore how these factors are changing the identity and access management (IAM) landscape and discuss the impact of Customer IAM. He will highlight specific predictions for how identity-based security will evolve in the coming year and offer specific guidance for how to improve your customer engagement and plan a successful security strategy. Sumner Blount, Director, Security Solutions for CA Technologies, will join the discussion to provide further insight and practical guidance.
Michelle Waugh, VP Security Solutions, CA Technologies
Last year, experts at CA Technologies offered a set of predictions about interesting trends in the identity market and its related technology areas. In this webcast, we will review those predictions and rate ourselves on how we did. But, more importantly we will fearlessly offer predictions about what will be happening in the world of identities during 2015, and offer specific guidance into what organizations can be doing now to prepare for these changes.
Francois Lascelles, Chief Architect, CA Technologies
APIs are quickly becoming the hacker's new favorite attack vector. Why wouldn't they? They offer a direct path to critical information and business services that can be easily stolen or disrupted. And your private APIs can be exploited just as easily as a public API. So what measures can you take to strengthen your security position? During this webcast, Francois Lascelles, Chief Architect, CA Technologies, will discuss recent API data breaches, the top 5 API security vulnerabilities that are most impactful to today's enterprise, and the protective measures that need to be taken to mitigate API and business exposure.
Jamie Brown, Director of Global Government Relations & Sumner Blount, Director of Security Solutions, CA Technologies
Is your organization worried about joining the ranks of other companies that have suffered breaches recently? Are you concerned whether your cybersecurity procedures and technologies will protect you from similar insider threats and external attacks?
The NIST Framework for Improving Cybersecurity defines guidelines and best practices for improving cybersecurity across several major areas. But, how do you take this complex framework and use it in your own environment, and what technologies can help you with adherence to it?
In this webcast, Sumner Blount and Jamie Brown from CA Technologies will explore the Framework to help you develop a plan for improving cybersecurity in your own environment. We will focus on the Protect function because of its critical importance for protecting assets from improper access and use. Join us to learn how you can leverage identity management and the NIST guidelines to help your organization avoid the impact of a public breach.
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