Today’s incessant need to unlock faster, deeper, and better big data insights has driven companies like Cox Automotive to develop a really effective enterprise data strategy. Join this webinar to learn how Kelley Blue Book (KBB), a subsidiary of Cox Automotive, has used Platfora with Cloudera Enterprise to:
• Experience a 37% increase in ad spend efficiency
• Drive an incremental 1 billion impressions from its target segment by overlaying relevant content with consumer interest
• Observe a 24% lift in website engagement for branded paid search traffic
• Realize an increase of over 100% in site user engagement for its targeted audience
With major breaches exposing the personal information of hundreds of millions of Americans and disruptive ransomware attacks shaking the world in 2017, we'll examine the lessons learned from these events as a guide to shape CISO strategy for 2018.
This interactive Q&A panel with security industry experts will explore:
- The biggest threats on the horizon
- Key vulnerabilities and how to protect against them
- Measures for breach prevention, detection and response
- Which areas to focus on in 2018
- Recommendations for CISOs
- Diana Kelley, Cybersecurity Field CTO, Microsoft
- David McGuire, CEO, SpecterOps
- Ashton Mozano, CTO, Circadence
- Mark Weatherford, Chief Cybersecurity Strategist, vArmour
- Jon Green, VP and Chief Technologist for Security at Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company
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Cybersecurity is an art. It’s a game of virtual hide-and-seek wherein attacker and defender are pitted against each other in an elaborate game of strategy which requires making unexpected connections between things before they happen. The skills needed for this job come from different experiences, perspectives and the ability to put yourself in another person’s shoes, and without a wide range of thinking styles, the solutions that we devise for a security problem are necessarily limited. Cybercriminals don’t think nor play by the rules - so why do we put unnecessary rules on ourselves? In this panel, industry experts and diversity champions discuss why diversity is critical to cybersecurity and explore the concrete steps that the security industry can take to foster diversity today for better solutions.
The audience will learn:
- What diversity in the workforce really means (hint: it’s more than gender!)
- The value of diversity (with examples of successful diversity programs in InfoSec)
- Tips, tricks and best practices to creating and maintaining a successful, working diversity program
Diana Kelley, Global Executive Security Advisor, IBM
- Jennifer Steffens, CEO of IOActive, Inc
- Dug Song, Co-Founder & CEO, Duo Security
- Ayelet Steinitz, VP of Business Development, Imperva
- Larry Whiteside Jr., Co-founder & VP, International Consortium of Minority Cybersecurity Professionals
Join the Webcast and learn how the latest enhancements of Documentum Q&M can deliver lifecycle support for medical device documentation - from design to production manufacturing, while ensuring compliance.
Hear Jessica Kelley, Quality Product Manager, provide an overview of the key enhancements and integrations with Documentum Q&M announced at EMC World in Las Vegas in May. She’ll also explain how our latest release (4.2) delivers lifecycle support for medical device documentation from design to production manufacturing and provides flexible print controls to maximize efficiency while ensuring compliance.
Email remains an essential tool for business communication and collaboration as well as customer engagement. Because of its pervasiveness and business importance, it is a common – even preferred – attack vector for both cybercriminals and fraudsters that can result in devastating breaches and other financial losses. Yet, security teams can leverage the data from email to enhance their ability to detect, analyze, and respond to critical email security incidents, as well as leverage the threat intelligence for other security technologies.
In this webinar, former Forrester Analyst Kelley Mak will join Scott Greaux from PhishMe to:
•Provide an overview of today's email security challenges across on-premise and hosted cloud email deployments
•Discuss the need for in-depth email incident response capabilities, including internal and external threat analysis, prioritization, and rapid response
•Provide recommendations on how security teams can refine the email events in their enterprise into valuable threat intelligence
Vulnerability management is a necessary instrument for threat and risk reduction in enterprise environments. Yet, many organizations struggle to put a program in place that provides value to the enterprise beyond baseline compliance requirements. This is often due to challenges in three key areas of vulnerability management: discovery, prioritization, and remediation.
In this webinar, guest speaker, Forrester Research’s Kelley Mak, will provide insight on how enterprises can activate the full potential of their vulnerability management programs. Together with Flexera Software’s Marcelo Pereira, he will discuss how to combine principles of vulnerability management to other areas of operations management to efficiently improve security baseline.
You wouldn’t operate a ventilator or administer an IV without knowing there are scientific studies that back up your procedures. You learned best practices supported by scientific research.
We have the science and consensus to support UV disinfection best practices. Best practices that have resulted in infection rate reductions in real hospital environments.
Your discussion will be led by esteemed experts Dr. William Jarvis and Dr. Thomas Kelley.
William Jarvis, MD is a world leader in infection prevention. Among many other accomplishments he worked at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for 23 years, and has published over 450 peer reviewed papers. Recently it was said of Dr. Jarvis, “His decades of service and uncompromised commitment to [infection prevention] has lead to changes in how infection control is administered and has saved many lives.”
Dr. Jarvis will discuss:
-Most recent CDC and SHEA guidelines, and the metrics involved
-A review of the science available on UV technologies in the market
-What to look for when evaluating a UV technology
Thomas Kelley, MD is Chief of Quality and Clinical Transformation at Orlando Health. He is a practicing primary care physician in Florida and has been a champion of quality improvement his entire career. He developed the first quality improvement council for the residency program when he was a faculty physician training residents at Atlanta Medical Center, and has continued to give his time and expertise to the causes of patient safety and quality care ever since. Colleagues say, “Dr. Kelley is a true champion for quality.”
Dr. Kelley will discuss:
-An integrated disinfection program with pulsed xenon enlightening best practices
-Review of the results from a system-wide deployment of pulsed xenon light technology
-How they achieved a $3.8M cost avoidance from HAI rate reduction in 12 months
Cybersecurity incident disclosures and vulnerability warnings continue to be released at an alarming and fatiguing rate, and there aren’t any signs of breach activity slowing down. Vulnerability management is more important than ever, yet staying on top of vulnerabilities poses a major challenge for security and risk (S&R) professionals.
In this webinar, guest speaker, Forrester Research’s Kelley Mak, will provide insight on how S&R pros can repair their strained or broken vulnerability management processes and move past low impact checkbox scanning to proactive, risk-based assessments.
Following Kelley Mak’s presentation on the changes in vulnerability management, Secunia’s CTO Santeri Kangas will present Secunia’s take on the challenges of vulnerability management and how the Secunia VIM, our Vulnerability Intelligence Manager, helps organizations address those challenges.
Today’s IT risk environment is more threatened than ever thanks to the growth in sophisticated cyber attacks and security vulnerabilities. Now, complex, hard-to-detect attacks could bring down not just a single institution but also large parts of the internet and the financial markets. Organizations need an intelligent approach when it comes to assessing IT risk and managing compliance.
Staying safe is no longer just about deflecting attackers. It’s about staying ahead of attackers who are already inside the organization, and banks are doing this through structured lines of defense that enhance security capabilities, involve IT risk managers in operations, and expand internal audits mandate so they can cover business disruption. On this webinar presentation we will address some ways how organizations can as a part of an Integrated Risk Management initiative orchestrate effective IT risk management across the lines of defense.
As banks and other financial services companies seek to improve compliance management systems, many are considering the use of algorithmic and other artificial intelligence (AI) solutions to augment or replace current systems. AI-driven RegTech has the potential to revolutionize all facets of compliance management: AML, OFAC, regulatory reporting, risk management, and cybersecurity. But, to develop and implement an AI-based compliance system, institutions need to map out a planned approach, which requires careful analysis of several threshold issues.
This webinar features legal professionals at the leading edge of AI, data, privacy and cybersecurity law along with senior compliance officers from banks that are advancing compliance technology. They will discuss the legal and compliance questions that banks and financial services companies should consider, with a view to understanding both the risks and opportunities presented by AI-driven RegTech initiatives.
•Gain perspective of the potential use cases for AI to enhance financial institution compliance management and exploring the range of AI-based solutions
•Understand the attendant risks involved in use of AI, particularly in the context of evolving cybersecurity and data privacy standards
•Understand the complexity of third-party outsourcing when data access and security are key issues
•Identify compliance functions where the benefits of using AI already exceed the risks