In the digital transformation of companies, many questions have arisen: how can Business Intelligence meet new business needs? How can Business Intelligence deliver insights in real-time? How can it analyse and scale increasingly growing data? How do you deploy business applications without training or user manuals?
In this webinar, you will learn through case studies how Big Data is transforming business intelligence via a technological transformation and with agile methods and a business-oriented approach.
As businesses scale, you need to be agile to keep up with the pace of building analytics and retrieving information quickly for the company. It is crucial then to improve the organization’s self-service capabilities and drive same-platform adoption in order to transform the business into an Enterprise-ready environment.
Hear from VMware as they share their key learnings from their Tableau journey of deploying self-service analytics across the organization. Through this webinar, you will learn how to:
Draw synergies and expertise across your company
Continue to scale while giving business users more empowerment
Develop new insight and accelerate data-driven decisions
Excite executive teams through real-time data access and powerful visualizations
As the cyber threat landscape expands, so does need for good threat intelligence. The marketplace has exploded with sources of threat information, from the Internet, to open source code, to commercial threat data. But companies struggle with finding a way to collect the right threat information, to organize and prioritize it into true insights that are meaningful to their businesses.
Join this live webinar to hear about the power of threat intelligence combined with analytics and how you can use the joint offering with Symantec DeepSight and Bay Dynamics Risk Fabric, a Cyber Risk Analytics platform, to protect your assets from the ever changing threat landscape in today’s cyberspace.
You will learn:
• What is effective threat intelligence?
• How the different processes in your security and risk organization benefit from threat intelligence
• How your vulnerability and risk management teams can benefit from threat intelligence
• How Symantec and Bay Dynamics can help vulnerability and risk management teams become more productive in integrating threat intelligence into their workflow and maturing their capabilities
The frequency and severity of cyber attacks are on the rise as cyber criminals adapt their methods of attack for maximum profit: from adopting a mass-market approach for compromising as many organisations as possible, through to more sophisticated attacks that target specific companies. This is why building a cyber security strategy that has data-driven threat intelligence at its core is so critical.
In this session, Martin Lee, Intelligence Manager discusses why a cyber threat intelligence capability is so critical, share insights into current threat vectors and how threat intelligence should be integrated into your cyber security strategy to help countering threats.
- Review how the cyber threat landscape is evolving and driving new approaches for organisations to counter threats
- Insight into how the underground cyber-economy works
- Understand why threat intelligence should be a key element of your security operations
- Show how threat intelligence can counter the threat posed to organisations
An exciting announcement made at RSA 2015 is strategic partnership between Fortinet and Exodus Intelligence (featured recently on the cover of Time magazine). The relationship is designed to facilitate information sharing between the two organizations, to further protect enterprises across the globe from looming cyber threats. The combination of Fortinet’s FortiGuard Labs broad threat research coverage and the unique expertise Exodus provides on the latest emerging zero-day threats, provides a significant benefit in gaining advanced notice of attacks before they have already infiltrated an organization’s network. In addition to the intelligence sharing elements of the partnership, both Exodus and Fortinet will work on the development of new customer-facing threat mitigation and incident response services. Fortinet's Jonas Tichenor and Exodus Intelligence CEO, Logan Brown sat down to talk about what this all means.Read more >
What are the various types of open source threat data available, and how can security professionals can use it to more effectively protect organizations and executives?Read more >
A rapidly evolving threat landscape is being driven by a growing sophistication among attackers. As a result, organizations must move closer to the threat they face and marshal change in their operations to move ‘in lock-step’ with attackers that pose a direct and credible threat to their operations and reputations. Threat intelligence provides the visibility into threats brewing across the Internet beyond the network edge – closing the gap between what organizations can see today and where these actors reside.
In this webinar, Mike Rothman, President of Securosis and prolific security blogger, and Rick Hayes, Sr. Consultant for Cyber Intelligence Services at Dell SecureWorks, pair up to discuss the challenges ahead for organizations and how focused Threat Intelligence has a key role to play. The session will discuss why a threat intelligence capability is so critical, share insights into specific threat vectors and how threat intelligence played a direct role in countering threats.
- How the threat landscape is evolving and driving new approaches for security organizations to counter the threat
- Why threat intelligence must become a key element of security operations going forward
- Show how threat intelligence can counter the threat posed to organizations
In the new generation of cyber defense, security intelligence becomes a key element. Recent technology advances provide the foundation for a new type of threat intelligence sharing platform to organize, collaborate, and manage risk more effectively. This sharing platform makes your security program more effective with actionable protection.Read more >
Threat intelligence could mean different things to different people, but for AnubisNetworks it is defined as stopping cyber threats by providing actionable threat intelligence from the moment a breach is detected until it is solved.
By combining Cyberfeed technology, the excellence and expertise of AnubisNetworks security team, this webinar will help you understand the roadmap your organization needs to follow to keep safe against cyber threats.
In this webcast we will describe how to use Cyberfeed capabilities to leverage incident response inside an organization. With real-time alerting we will drive you on tracking a malware infection with network and host based indicators of compromise, traveling along the way with memory forensic analysis.
Adversaries today are technically advanced, structured around a cybercrime market, and using paradigm shifts in technology to compromise more victims. Through specialization and collaboration, attackers are becoming more effective and continue to cause widespread damage and security issues that are extremely difficult to identify, even as systems become more secure. However, recent advances in technology provide the foundation for a new type of industry-wide threat intelligence exchange that allows potential targets to organize, collaborate, and leverage threat intelligence more quickly and effectively.
Join us for this session to find out about
-techniques for identifying, anonymizing, and sharing threat intelligence
-use cases for speeding response times and preventing breaches
-case studies illustrating the importance of collaborative threat intelligence
Director, Field Intelligence, HP Security Research
HP Enterprise Security Products
Mr. Ross is an industry veteran of twenty four years in the network and security industries. Mr. Ross is currently a Director of Security Research at HP where he is responsible for the Field Intelligence team -a team of senior security researchers and analysts. Prior to his current role at HP, he led the Office of Advanced Technology and led the global TippingPoint System Engineer team where he helped grow TippingPoint from the ground up prior to the acquisition by 3Com and later HP. Prior to TippingPoint, he worked as a Strategic Engineer for Extreme Networks with a focus on service provider technologies. Before Extreme Networks, Mr. Ross was a Strategy Architect for Wal-Mart and Director of Network Engineering for West Corp. Mr. Ross started his career in the US Air Force.
Kelvin Wee CISA, CISM, CISSP
APJ Regional Product Manager – HP ArcSight
HP Enterprise Security Products
The HP Security Research team (HPSR) is hard at work monitoring the threat landscape for new campaigns, profiling actors to understand their motivations, identifying the tools they use and determining how credible certain threats might be. It’s part of a long-term strategy for developing a new threat intelligence-sharing model. Why is that important? It will provide real-time info from the larger security community-- enterprises like yours, industry security organizations and security vendors-- that can be used to automate and catch these breaches immediately.
Learn about HP’s findings, including these culprits: injection flaws, DDoS, various phishing techniques and zero day vulnerabilities. How can you address the inevitable breaches that will occur?