How do you reveal unknown risks on your network and enforce your security and compliance policies? What’s required to reduce your attack surface, detect and block advanced threats and rapidly respond to security breaches? Good Questions!
Join us and learn the answers to these real-world problems and discover how ForeScout and FireEye’s joint solution reduces the threat landscape and automates security management and response, allowing you to:
· Identify devices—including Internet of Things endpoints—the instant they connect to your network
· Quickly detect advanced threats
· Scan for indicators of compromise (IOCs)
· Contain infected endpoints and automate threat response
· Limit malware propagation and break the cyber kill chain
Register today and learn to improve your company’s defenses against advanced threats and automate threat response!
Michael Resong, FireEye Director, Technology Alliances
Michael has been with FireEye since April 2013. Before joining Technology Alliances, he led various systems engineering and architect teams at FireEye. Prior to FireEye, Micheal performed numerous systems engineering and management functions at McAfee, Secure Computing, Network Appliance and other leading technology companies.
Amy De Salvatore, ForeScout Senior Director, Strategic Alliances
Amy currently manages a team focused on a discreet portfolio of technology and go-to-market partners. As one of ForeScout’s top strategic partner liaisons, Amy manages the FireEye alliance, and is responsible for all development, marketing, engagement and delivery aspects of the relationship.
SentinelOne CEO and Co-Founder, Tomer Weingarten, discusses the challenges organizations face when trying to protect their endpoints, and why today's common defense systems are not working. Learn how SentinelOne's approach protects against all types of attacks, including exploits, without hogging valuable system resources.
Rejoignez ce webcast pour découvrir comment anticiper les nouveautés de l’accès mobile et les défis de sécurité avec le nouveau firmware Secure Mobile Access 11.3.
Nouvelles fonctions :
•Intégration Dell EMM/DMM : SSO avec conteneur Dell Mobile Workspace (iOS et Android pris en charge)
•Nouvelle console CMS (Console Management System)
•Délégation Kerberos contrainte (délégation KCD)
•Accès sans client à SharePoint
•Prise en charge de Chrome OS
•Plus de clients HTML 5 pris en charge
•Contrôle amélioré des protocoles SSL et Ciphers
BYOD poses a curious challenge for security teams – how can you secure enterprise data on a device that you don’t own? And how can you provide the necessary security while still respecting the user’s expectations for privacy? These issues aren’t easily addressed with traditional technology, leading many organizations to a frustrating problem for securing BYOD.
Join Palo Alto Networks and VMware AirWatch in this special webinar to learn:
· The security challenges with BYOD
· The issues and limitations with traditional security architectures in a mobile world
· Advice on delivering the appropriate security measures to make BYOD safe
The Pentagon reports 10 million cyberattacks daily. Federal, state and local government agencies need to safeguard information and maintain control when addressing internal mandates for cloud migration. Do you know how many attacks you are experiencing on a daily basis? Do you know where those attacks are coming from? How long they have been in your environment?
While there is no silver bullet to combating either external or internal cyberattacks, there are steps you can take to build a defense strategy to protect your agency. Beyond just detecting attacks, you need to build up your defenses and take the necessary steps to protect your data and applications.
In this session, we will discuss how you can leverage the Microsoft Enterprise Mobility Suite to help:
1. Monitor behavior on your internal network and detect abnormal behavior
2. Identify authentication irregularities from your users
3. Protect applications using two-factor authentication
4. Restrict access to confidential data
Join Stephen Cobb, Security Evangelist at ESET to discover how:
- Vunerable SMB's like yours really are
- You can establish a cyber security policy for your organization
- You can defend your company-and it's employees partners and customers against online attacks
Many small and medium-size businesses (SMB) operate under the mistaken impression that their size, or the minimal security steps that they have already taken, will protect them from cyber attacks.
Simon Edwards, Dennis Technology Labs; Andy Hayter, ICSA Labs
Antimalware Updates from the Experts: Vendors are adding more and more features to their security products, can you tell us what in your opinion is most important and why? Is it detection rate, performance or number of features in the product?
Antimalware Updates from the Experts: Currently there are over 45 endpoint security competitors in the industry so it might get challenging to choose the right product to secure the network. When deciding about security software, what are the most important attributes that should be looked at for a business? Do you think the attributes are different for an enterprise vs. a SMB?