Attackers can't hide on the Internet—in fact, they leave behind fingerprints in areas you may not realize. Prior to launching an attack, the bad guys need to set up servers, obtain IP addresses, and register domains to use in the campaign. This often happens before they perform reconnaissance on their targets or create the malware payload. All of this activity leaves clues about the attackers.
What if you could uncover the infrastructure attackers are staging and identify threats BEFORE the kill chain begins?
Join our webcast on July 30th with Guest Speaker, Forrester Research, Inc. Principal Analyst, Rick Holland and Dan Hubbard, OpenDNS Chief Technology Officer, to hear more about:
What attackers do before the kill chain
How you can spot their activity
How you can leverage this information to stay ahead of attacks
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Aaron Brown provides a contrasting perspective to the subject matter of "The Educators Speak."Read more >
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“Helping is the new selling” took hold in 2012 as an effective way to engage prospects and shorten sales cycles. For many organizations, this concept replaced traditional product-centric sales and marketing techniques and provided amazing results, but this approach is still viewed with skepticism for most sales and marketing leaders.
Join Christine Crandell as she interviews Teradata’s Lisa Arthur, CMO, and Jeff Jones, VP of Solution, about how Teradata defined their services-selling path. They will discuss how this strategic business focus gave their field team access to the C-Suite of the world’s largest organization(s) which led to its explosive growth in the big data market.
This 25-minute video interview with 5 minutes of audience Q&A will explore how the services-selling approach can be adopted by any company, how to get the entire organization behind this approach, and some best practices to follow.
Models can't predict themselves...there has to be data analysis that drives the models, rather than a theoretical construct about how financial data and financial instruments should behave.Read more >
To live up to our true potential, we must prepare our children. Our peers around the globe already place a higher premium on education, and the achievement gap is widening more each day. That's why Knowledge Universe is re-writing the book on early education, creating a compelling story of transformation and results.Read more >
Chief architects and CIOs know that API-led connectivity drives business and IT agility. MuleSoft surveyed tech leaders among its customers and discovered not only the value of IT agility, but dramatic, measurable business outcomes for organizations that adopted our approach to integration. This webinar will provide a practical approach to understanding the value of API-led connectivity within your company.Read more >
"The most important tip for surviving the zombie apocalypse, so to speak, is choosing and procuring defensible infrastructure." Josh Corman, Director of Security Intelligence at Akamai, talks about how organization and awareness in information management is crucial to security.Read more >
The IT landscape has become very complex, but at a foundational level IT operations still revolve around four primary areas: Infrastructure, Development, Security, and Data. This webinar will cover three different aspects of CompTIA’s new IT framework:
-Description of the four domains and the way they interact to produce high-value business systems.
-Overview of how these four domains change with the introduction of new trends like cloud computing, mobility, Internet of Things, or virtual reality
-Examination of the different skills and career paths within the framework.
Everyone providing IT services—from CIO to team lead to staff engineer to solution provider—can use this framework to understand the way that the four pillars of IT can be used to build business systems and create user experience for digital organizations.
Digital transformation is the process of using today’s technology to modernize outdated processes and meet the most pressing needs of your business.
Thanks to recent advances in lower cost tablet technology and Microsoft’s suite of cloud and productivity services, complete digital transformation is more accessible now than ever before. A new class of affordable devices is revolutionizing the way businesses and their employees work and interact with customers.
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•Engage your customers
•Empower your employees
•Optimize your operations
•Transform your products
Outsourcing shifts the burden to mitigate risk to the vendor. But, it does not shift the impact of the risk. Your company’s reputation and its’ customers can be negatively impacted when your vendor experiences failure.
This presentation discusses how to formulate a vendor resiliency strategy. And, will equip participants with practical solutions for effectively, as well as efficiently, assessing the business continuity risk exposures introduced by outsourcing business functions