The Cisco Connected Life User Experience (CLUE) is a global research initiative that measures the regional adoption rates of select advanced application/services across three user categories - at home (residential services), at work (business services) and on the move (mobile services). This webcast provides a unique perspective on the advanced services that subscribers are using today.Read more >
Everyone in IT knows that security is a big deal, but did you know that SIEM (security information and event management) can help protect your network from data breaches, even when traditional defenses fail?
If SIEM a mystery to you, lets grab Colonel Mustard, the candlestick and head to the library because this mystery is about to be solved. We'll be giving out more than just clues in this webinar: you'll discover explanations of security concepts, tools, tips and tricks as we unravel the mystery of how to better protect your network. Bring your magnifying glass, because you’ll also learn about event correlation, EPS, normalization and other things that will surely impress your friends.
Learn from our chief gumshoe and noted SIEM Enthusiast Joe Schreiber. He’ll explain the reasons that SIEM exists, how it works, and most importantly - what you can do with it.
IT WAS MR. BODDY ALL ALONG!
A DDoS attack is sometimes a smokescreen to cover up much more damaging activity such as theft or fraud. While you’re working frantically to mitigate the DDoS attack and get critical applications back online, cybercriminals could be working under the radar to break into your systems and conduct more malevolent activities.
Learn to listen to your network activity:
-Clues from DDoS attacks that will help you investigate threats
-Why organizations like FFIEC warn banks about the use of DDoS
-Best practices for DDoS protection
Purpose, value, trust - these words that are the foundation of the new world of B2B marketing. Incredibly telling, they provide critical clues to the 2016 buyer. Your buyer’s expectations, discovery paths, and mindset are all quite different from just a few years ago. But, how and why are they different?
Unlocking these mysteries holds the key to discovering our new roles as marketers, success in marketing and sales, pipeline, lifecycle for 2016 and beyond. Join Mathew Sweezey, Principal of Marketing Insights at Salesforce, as he shares with us valuable information on the ever-evolving B2B marketing world. You will:
- Explore how today’s buyer is different, and why identifying these differences is crucial to a B2B marketer’s success
- Discover how and why a CMO’s understanding of the new B2B marketing landscape and technology can spell success (or otherwise) for both marketing teams and buyers
- Learn why the future of demand is undeniably now the new “middle” and how this effort is fueling new marketing roles and relationships
Fair Warning: Be prepared to be inspired!
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
Facebook, Linkedin, YouTube, Twitter, etc are not just another social networking or Web 2.0 buzzwords.
As business owners and entrepreneurs, you can now leverage these social networking tools and websites to market your business, create viral campaign and tell the world about you and your business!
Join this webcast and learn 7 Ideas to Promote Your Business Using Social Media.
Despite huge investments in breach prevention technology, data breaches have not slowed down. In just about every major breach, hackers exfiltrated data undetected over many months. Understanding the mindset and approach of cyber criminals can help you and your organization shrink the window between infection and discovery.
In this webinar, Nat Kausik, CEO at Bitglass and Rich Campagna, VP Products at Bitglass will discuss the three major types of breaches, and the techniques used by today’s hackers to execute these breaches. You’ll learn how to identify the clues that they leave behind so that can help you identify a breach early, - limiting breach damage in the process.
Recognize clues to character in your prospective borrower/client and demonstrate your own to grow your list of A+ clientsRead more >
Neuralytix has been tracking many of the trends that effect enterprise social network deployments. These trends present clues to how to deploy this type of enterprise social network successfully – or not. Understanding where the market for enterprise social networks is heading will provide vendors and IT professionals alike tools for successful new deployments and for enhancing existing ones.Read more >
Ever wondered what your leads are thinking? Every day your leads give you thousands of clues to tell you how and when to close them. Can you hear them? Join Guy Goldstein as he talks about how you can use modern marketing tools to bring the art of listening back into your sales and marketing process.Read more >
Cybercrimes are becoming more sophisticated and targeted, but organisations can create defenses with the right intelligence and benchmarks.
Join Gab Gennai in this hour-session, where he follows the trail of cyber criminals and the clues they leave behind to give us insights into today’s technology weaknesses and how organisations can build better defenses:
•New critical attacks to watch out for
•Top vulnerabilities that are being exploited
•Rising complexity and sophistication in attacks
•Latest mobile threats
ArcSight Solutions Specialist , APAC & Japan
HP Enterprise Security Products
Gab has more than 25 years of experience in the IT industry servicing customers in the Asia Pacific region. An established security specialist, Gab is currently the Strategic Product Evangelist for HP Enterprise Security Products, where he shares the key messages and vision on HP’s new & emerging security technologies, and plays a critical role in bringing customers’ needs back into product innovation and development.
The concern with many email systems today is that any individual with access to any of the switches, routers and hubs between your outbox and your recipient's inbox is able to read your unprotected email. Even if the email body is encrypted, the header data can offer vital clues to prying eyes. Cyberspace is filled with individuals and organizations who constantly seek information to exploit for profit or malice.
This presentation reviews various email encryption solutions, and includes a live demonstration of their respective weaknesses. Using Wireshark (packet sniffer), Traceroute (router and POP counter), and Telnet (to simulate email), the following will be demonstrated:
Outlook: Send normal email via non encrypted channel. Use Wireshark to decode captured email.
Outlook: Set up for PGP encryption; import PGP keys; exchange PGP keys with recipient. Send PGP email; capture packets to reveal mail headers, same as S/MIME.
Outlook: Send email via TLS encryption. Capture packets, reveal mail headers.
Outlook: Send secure email, using required tag [SECURE] in subject line; or, install plugin.
Windows Mobile: Send email over SSL, show outbound email decrypted.
Gmail: Connect to gmail via secure browser (Firefox on https). Send email, watch as Google unencrypts email after it is sent.
This session explores the regulatory, systemic, and practical aspects of email encryption to assist IT professionals and email administrators in making effective choices to protect their organizations’ email communications.
The current economy is not the only issue impacting consumer confidence. Identity theft, malware, and other online threats have made consumers reluctant to do business with Web sites they do not know. Ecommerce sites and online businesses have just seconds to establish trust… or your hard earned visitors and customers will buy somewhere else. The good news is that if you do establish trust, you gain a powerful competitive advantage. By some estimates, trust is 10 times more important to consumers than cost. Better yet, not only can you protect your customers' vital information, but you can provide visual clues that increase traffic, boost conversion rates, and build loyal customers. We will explore the key strategies and tactics that are proven to work, including: • What innovations are helping consumers feel safe online • How trust indicators can increase traffic from search engines • When and where to use trust marks effectively to boost confidenceRead more >
Over 35,000 people have taken part in James Knight's IMA Style behavioural survey questionnaire in the past four months, and this number is increasing by over 1000 per week. Each participant has identified 1of 4 styles as being his/her dominant pattern of behaviour called the IMA Style. When you know a person's IMA Style, you know that person's needs and wants, strengths and weaknesses, how he/she likes to give and receive information, what motivates her/him, how she/he thinks, and how to assure her/his satisfaction.
People give away visual verbal and vocal clues that indicate his/her IMA Style.
James Knight,the creator of IMA Personality Profiling will show you how to Identify each IMA Colour Style along with Strategies that give you and your company Customer Insight. You will be shown how the fast, simple and inexpensive IMA Profiling System can build loyalty and increase sales,simply by treating people the way they want to be treated.