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Hack No! Learn How the Pandemic is Creating a New Network Security Paradigm

Join us as DNS security expert Cricket Liu and cybersecurity veterans from Tenable, Fortinet, and Infoblox engage in a fast-paced discussion on the dramatic, long-term ramifications the global pandemic is having on network security—and why every CISO should rethink their security strategy going forward.

By now we know COVID-19 has forced organizations to Work From Home (WFH), essentially bypassing sophisticated security stacks designed for corporate locations. In the short term, distributed enterprises have fortified remote security measures to help compensate for these at-home vulnerabilities. However, the pandemic has also revealed troubling gaps in network security that have broader implications for expanding hybrid and multi-cloud networks, especially at the edge.

In this lively conversation, renowned DNS expert Cricket Liu, Infoblox Security Product Manager Srikrupa Srivatsan, Fortinet Vice President, Global Solutions John Jacobs, and Tenable Product Marketing Manager, Integrations and Alliances Nick Weeks challenge us to examine “the new normal” for network security. Not only will they outline best practices for securing remote workers as they become increasingly vulnerable to cyber attackers, they’ll frame what long-term foundational security measures every network must consider to best ensure WFH employees can continue to be protected in any new environment.

You'll learn:

- Which new attacks are most potent against remote workers
- Best practices for developing a WFH security strategy
- Key new architectures and long-term planning requirements
- A blueprint for future foundational security enhancements
- Case study of large-scale WFH security deployments
Recorded Jul 30 2020 61 mins
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  • New Independent Research Reveals DNS is Key to Network Security (APAC) Aug 20 2020 2:00 am UTC 60 mins
    Anthony James, VP Product Marketing Infoblox & David Holmes, Senior Analyst Security & Risk, Forrester
    Webinar featuring latest research from Forrester and a survey of over 200 elite security experts

    With the ever-present threat of Cyberattackers, it is essential to ensure that network infrastructure, users, and customer data be secured, no matter where that data is stored. Domain name systems (DNS) as a foundational network service is critical for connectivity, but cannot be overlooked as a first-level security control, especially in times of crisis and change, like the recent influx of home/remote workers.

    Infoblox commissioned Forrester Consulting to survey enterprise Security and Response (S&R) professionals and the results reveal that they most often use DNS to detect and block threats early in the kill chain, identify compromised devices, and accelerate incident investigation and response times by making it more efficient.

    This webinar will reveal the top findings from forward-looking enterprises that underscore the role of DNS in cybersecurity practices including:

    - The use of DNS as a starting point for threat investigations
    - The use of DNS security to catch modern threats
    - The use of DNS security to protect from cyberattacker techniques that other security tools miss
    - The use of DNS in automating and accelerating incident response.
  • New Independent Research Reveals DNS is Key to Network Security (EMEA) Aug 19 2020 9:00 am UTC 60 mins
    Anthony James, VP Product Marketing Infoblox & David Holmes, Senior Analyst Security & Risk, Forrester
    Webinar featuring latest research from Forrester and a survey of over 200 elite security experts

    With the ever-present threat of Cyberattackers, it is essential to ensure that network infrastructure, users, and customer data be secured, no matter where that data is stored. Domain name systems (DNS) as a foundational network service is critical for connectivity, but cannot be overlooked as a first-level security control, especially in times of crisis and change, like the recent influx of home/remote workers.

    Infoblox commissioned Forrester Consulting to survey enterprise Security and Response (S&R) professionals and the results reveal that they most often use DNS to detect and block threats early in the kill chain, identify compromised devices, and accelerate incident investigation and response times by making it more efficient.

    This webinar will reveal the top findings from forward-looking enterprises that underscore the role of DNS in cybersecurity practices including:

    - The use of DNS as a starting point for threat investigations
    - The use of DNS security to catch modern threats
    - The use of DNS security to protect from cyberattacker techniques that other security tools miss
    - The use of DNS in automating and accelerating incident response.
  • New Independent Research Reveals DNS is Key to Network Security Aug 18 2020 5:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Anthony James, VP Product Marketing Infoblox & David Holmes, Senior Analyst Security & Risk, Forrester
    Webinar featuring latest research from Forrester and a survey of over 200 elite security experts

    With the ever-present threat of Cyberattackers, it is essential to ensure that network infrastructure, users, and customer data be secured, no matter where that data is stored. Domain name systems (DNS) as a foundational network service is critical for connectivity, but cannot be overlooked as a first-level security control, especially in times of crisis and change, like the recent influx of home/remote workers.

    Infoblox commissioned Forrester Consulting to survey enterprise Security and Response (S&R) professionals and the results reveal that they most often use DNS to detect and block threats early in the kill chain, identify compromised devices, and accelerate incident investigation and response times by making it more efficient.

    This webinar will reveal the top findings from forward-looking enterprises that underscore the role of DNS in cybersecurity practices including:

    - The use of DNS as a starting point for threat investigations
    - The use of DNS security to catch modern threats
    - The use of DNS security to protect from cyberattacker techniques that other security tools miss
    - The use of DNS in automating and accelerating incident response.
  • Foundational Network and Security Building Blocks for Digital Transformation Recorded: Aug 12 2020 46 mins
    PG Menon, Senior Director of Product Marketing at Infoblox
    Infoblox DNS, DHCP and IP Address Management (or DDI) Core Network Services deliver next-level visibility, resiliency and control for traditional, software-defined, and multi-cloud networking environments. It empowers IT and DevOps through automated provisioning and centralized control of the distributed enterprise, ensuring that only approved device access network resources. Cloud service requests are directed to the most efficient entry points, and guarantees local survivability of active sessions even if datacenter connections are lost. Our capabilities enable you to stay ahead of the growing demands of your organization and helps protect against rising cyber security threats and improves remediation response times. This webinar will cover how to:

    - Simplify and automate multi-cloud deployments
    - Strengthen and optimize your security posture
    - Provide cloud-native foundation for locally survivable secure Edge
  • Hack No! Learn How the Pandemic is Creating a New Network Security Paradigm Recorded: Jul 30 2020 61 mins
    Cricket Liu, Srikrupa Srivatsan, Nick Weeks, John Jacobs
    Join us as DNS security expert Cricket Liu and cybersecurity veterans from Tenable, Fortinet, and Infoblox engage in a fast-paced discussion on the dramatic, long-term ramifications the global pandemic is having on network security—and why every CISO should rethink their security strategy going forward.

    By now we know COVID-19 has forced organizations to Work From Home (WFH), essentially bypassing sophisticated security stacks designed for corporate locations. In the short term, distributed enterprises have fortified remote security measures to help compensate for these at-home vulnerabilities. However, the pandemic has also revealed troubling gaps in network security that have broader implications for expanding hybrid and multi-cloud networks, especially at the edge.

    In this lively conversation, renowned DNS expert Cricket Liu, Infoblox Security Product Manager Srikrupa Srivatsan, Fortinet Vice President, Global Solutions John Jacobs, and Tenable Product Marketing Manager, Integrations and Alliances Nick Weeks challenge us to examine “the new normal” for network security. Not only will they outline best practices for securing remote workers as they become increasingly vulnerable to cyber attackers, they’ll frame what long-term foundational security measures every network must consider to best ensure WFH employees can continue to be protected in any new environment.

    You'll learn:

    - Which new attacks are most potent against remote workers
    - Best practices for developing a WFH security strategy
    - Key new architectures and long-term planning requirements
    - A blueprint for future foundational security enhancements
    - Case study of large-scale WFH security deployments
  • How to use Foundational Security to Combat Persistence Ransomware Variants Recorded: Jul 23 2020 44 mins
    Srikrupa Srivatsan
    Ransomware is an old foe that has reemerged bigger and better than ever. Enterprise focused ransomware attacks are up significantly, and several variants have emerged recently that are as persistent as they are dangerous. The complexity of today’s networks and the large number of remote workers have made it easier for attacks like ransomware and phishing to take hold. This webinar will cover:

    *Recent ransomware variants over the last 12 months
    *The high cost of extortion of ransomware attacks
    *How foundational security can help mitigate ransomware and phishing attacks, even if your users are working from home
  • How to use Foundational Security to Combat Persistence Ransomware Variants Recorded: Jul 14 2020 45 mins
    Srikrupa Srivatsan
    Ransomware is an old foe that has reemerged bigger and better than ever. Enterprise focused ransomware attacks are up significantly, and several variants have emerged recently that are as persistent as they are dangerous. The complexity of today’s networks and the large number of remote workers have made it easier for attacks like ransomware and phishing to take hold. This webinar will cover:

    *Recent ransomware variants over the last 12 months
    *The high cost of extortion of ransomware attacks
    *How foundational security can help mitigate ransomware and phishing attacks, even if your users are working from home
  • Foundational Security for a Cloud-First World Recorded: Jul 9 2020 47 mins
    Srikrupa Srivatsan
    We live in an age of digital transformation. While multi-cloud, SD-WAN, edge computing and IoT have significantly modernized a company’s business and made them competitive, they have also caused an increase in risk to its infrastructure, data and brand. We need a foundational, scalable approach that secures devices, data and applications wherever they are - on-premises, in the cloud, in the branch or at the edge. Join this session to learn how foundational security can:

    * Cost-effectively secure a cloud first world
    * Support, secure and provide visibility into multi cloud platforms
    * Protect devices and data wherever they may be – on-premises, at home or in a branch office
    * Enable faster incident response with valuable network and threat context
  • Foundational Security for a Cloud-First World Recorded: Jun 18 2020 48 mins
    Srikrupa Srivatsan
    We live in an age of digital transformation. While multi-cloud, SD-WAN, edge computing and IoT have significantly modernized a company’s business and made them competitive, they have also caused an increase in risk to its infrastructure, data and brand. We need a foundational, scalable approach that secures devices, data and applications wherever they are - on-premises, in the cloud, in the branch or at the edge. Join this session to learn how foundational security can:

    * Cost-effectively secure a cloud first world
    * Support, secure and provide visibility into multi cloud platforms
    * Protect devices and data wherever they may be – on-premises, at home or in a branch office
    * Enable faster incident response with valuable network and threat context
  • Threat Landscape – A lot has changed in 60 Days Recorded: Jun 4 2020 32 mins
    Srikrupa Srivatsan
    From increased cyberthreat exposure of work-from-home users to coronavirus related malware campaigns, the threat landscape in 2020 has significantly changed from even just 2 months ago. Many organizations continue to require their non-essential workers to work from home, which means these remote users are exposed to the ever-increasing barrage of new malware campaigns on the Internet. We also see escalating APT attacks on healthcare and essential services, designed to steal research from these institutions as the world races to find a vaccine to the pandemic.

    Join this webinar to learn about:
    * Latest cyberthreats that thrive in today’s chaotic world
    * Malware trends that may continue well into 2020 and beyond
    * Best practice tips to extending enterprise level security to users and devices, wherever they may be
  • Thwarting Increased APT Attacks on Health Care Organizations Recorded: Jun 1 2020 61 mins
    Srikrupa Srivatsan, Chris Usserman
    Thwarting Increased APT Attacks on Health Care Organizations and Essential Services as They Race for a COVID-19 Treatment

    As healthcare organizations, pharmaceutical companies, and local governments work round the clock to respond to and provide effective treatment options to the COVID-19 pandemic, APT (Advanced Persistent Threat) groups are ramping up their attacks on these institutions, as highlighted by the recently issued joint alert by the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), and the UK’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC).

    Attacks range from password spraying to looking for vulnerabilities in unpatched software to leveraging previously observed threats such as phishing. The goal is simple – to steal identities, and research related to potential vaccines.

    When you attend you’ll learn about:

    -New and increasing cyberattack campaigns on healthcare and essential services
    -How BloxOne™ Threat Defense can help you better identify and block these new threats
    -Protecting sensitive data and extending enterprise DNS security to remote employees
    -Identifying and mitigating criminal and nation-state cyber espionage domains
    -Tagging COVID-19 related indicators of compromise (IOCs)
    -Alerting your existing security awareness applications of identified threats faster
  • How to Secure Your Employees Working from Home Against Cyberthreats Recorded: Apr 29 2020 57 mins
    Srikrupa Srivatsan; Kevin Zettel
    Working from home could be the “new norm” for a little while. Companies, in order to ensure social distancing among their employees and curb the spread of COVID-19, have mandated that all non-essential workers stay and work out of their home. Organizations have had very little time to prepare for such large scale remote work, let alone think about how to secure ‘work from home’ users. These remote workers still need to access enterprise applications in the cloud, and work with and store corporate data on their devices.

    Join this webinar to learn about:

    -Latest cyberthreats that take advantage of the chaotic nature of these times
    -Security challenges in protecting large scale remote workforce
    -Using foundational network services to extend enterprise security to work from home environments

    Watch now and learn how to stay ahead of latest cyberthreats.
  • Say "Hack, No!" to Ransomware and Data Theft Recorded: Jan 7 2020 58 mins
    Cricket Liu (Chief DNS Architect, Infoblox), Ben April (CTO at Farsight Security, Inc), Dave Shackleford (Consultant at SANS)
    Locking Down the Last Mile – DoT & DoH

    Securing your DNS infrastructure has never been more critical: Today, more than half of all ransomware and data theft attacks, and over 90% of malware incidents, originate through the DNS vector. But now there’s a solution: DoT and DoH.

    It is no secret that the original DNS design did not take security into account. In particular, the “last mile” problem has been an alarming security flaw in DNS for many years. With the emergence of DNS over TLS (DoT) and DNS over HTTPS (DoH) in recent years, however, we finally have a solution.

    Join Infoblox for a timely discussion on the latest DNS security standards, hosted by Infoblox's Chief DNS Architect Cricket Liu. He’ll be leading a Q&A with Dave Shackleford from the SANS Institute and Ben April, Chief Technology Officer, from Farsight Security. During this session, you’ll have a chance to develop an in-depth understanding of DoT and DoH and get answers to your questions such as:

    - How does DoH protect per-hop communication between server and client?
    - What are the differences between DoT strict mode and opportunistic mode?
    - Are DoH and DoT replacements for DNSSEC? Or complementary to it?
    - What are the implementation steps necessary for rolling out DoT and DoH?

    Who Should Attend: Security and network personnel charged with protecting infrastructure and data from cyber-attacks.
  • Network Discovery and Inventory: Applying Defense in Depth Recorded: Dec 13 2019 62 mins
    Michael Ell, Chris Hindy
    No matter how many next-generation firewalls, intrusion detection, end-point security or other similar platforms an enterprise has deployed, their effect can be muted during investigation and remediation phases if the network cannot be accurately described. To accurately describe the network, discovery is a key and critical component.

    Moreover, being able to identify unexpected configuration drift is also key to network security.

    >Was a vulnerable feature suddenly enabled on the routing platform?
    >Have devices suddenly been reloaded with unexpected software versions?
    >Without a continuous discovery process and the ability to audit and collaborate over the results, network and security teams are blind to these sorts of changes that might be indicators of compromise.

    Join Infoblox and Empowered Networks for this lively discussion on, "Network Discovery and Inventory: Applying Defense in Depth” where we’ll demonstrate:

    >How to discover and profile all of the devices on the network
    >How to establish and validate internal configuration standards
    >How to create an unimpeachable source for multiple teams to collaborate on network configuration security
  • Simplify your SD-WAN transition with Infoblox BloxOne™ DDI Recorded: Dec 13 2019 29 mins
    Daniel Dochita
    Organizations depend on reliable Internet connectivity, which in turn requires high availability DDI services. By coupling SD-WAN with BloxOne DDI, branch office connectivity can achieve new levels of efficiency, robustness and security. This shift is forcing organizations to focus on a digital transformation strategy that optimizes the ability to access and consume digital technologies like SD-WAN.

    Watch the webinar and learn how to unpick these challenges and explain how Infoblox’s solutions can help you meet both today and tomorrow’s challenges. We will be discussing:

    >Cloud strategy - Your transition to SD-WAN & Infoblox BloxOne DDI
    >Branch Security – How you can unify your security policy for all locations
    >Visibility – Gain a precise view of your networks now the perimeter has shifted
  • Learn to Think Like a Hacker to Stop Attacks Faster Recorded: Dec 13 2019 56 mins
    Mike Zuckerman
    Strengthen Your Security Posture with the MITRE ATT&CK Framework

    The MITRE ATT&CK Framework is a comprehensive, up-to-date knowledge base of cyberattacker tactics and techniques gathered from actual observation of attacker behavior.

    Watch the webinar and discover how MITRE ATT&CK can help you make better, faster decisions about assessing risks, deploying new security controls and stopping attacks faster and more efficiently.

    With the takeaways from this webinar, you will be ideally positioned to:

    >Anticipate what an attacker will do next and respond accordingly
    >Strengthen your security based on real-world use cases
    >Stop intruders in their tracks if and when an attack occurs

    Know What to Expect When Attackers Strike
  • Delivering leading-edge DDI services to remote networks Recorded: Dec 12 2019 55 mins
    David Veneski, Kishore Patnam
    Infoblox BloxOne™ DDI is the industry’s first cloud-managed DDI solution and the first to deliver core network services across a large population of remote networks. By coupling best-in-class DDI services with centralized cloud-based management, BloxOne DDI lets an organization:

    >Rapidly deploy network services to remote networks
    >Ensure network configuration and policy consistency
    >Maximize the efficiency of administration and management resources
    >Leverage the advantages of SD-WAN technologies and SaaS-based applications

    Watch this special presentation which includes a demo of BloxOne DDI and Q&A. We will explore the capabilities and benefits of BloxOne DDI, and you will learn:

    >How BloxOne DDI works and whether it's the right fit for your organization
    >How to transform your existing DDI deployment—with or without BloxOne DDI
    >The details on Infoblox branch transformation incentive programs
  • Branch Office Networking, Transformed Recorded: Oct 2 2019 34 mins
    David Veneski; Don Smith
    Learn the What, How and Why of BloxOne™ DDI

    BloxOne DDI is a huge step forward for branch office networks. It vastly simplifies networking by enabling you to centrally manage DDI from the cloud across hundreds to thousands of remote sites with unprecedented cost efficiency. That’s an industry first.

    In this live webinar and Q&A, we will walk you through the many capabilities and advantages of BloxOne DDI so you can see whether it’s the right fit for your network.

    Attend and learn:

    *How BloxOne DDI works and its technical components
    *How and when to transform your existing DDI deployment—with or without BloxOne DDI
    *Details on Infoblox branch transformation incentive programs

    Learn how to take your branch office network experience to the next level.
  • Strengthening and Optimizing Your Security Posture from the Foundation Up Recorded: Oct 1 2019 60 mins
    Srikrupa Srivatsan; Dave Shackleford
    In today's world of digital transformation, SD-WAN, IoT, cloud and the mobile workforce have made the traditional security model obsolete. The shortage of security personnel and proliferation of malicious automated threats and attacks raise your risk exponentially. What organizations need is a scalable, simple and automated security solution that protects the entire network without the need to deploy or manage additional infrastructure.

    BloxOne™ Threat Defense is the industry's first hybrid solution that leverages DNS for foundational security. It enables customers to secure their traditional networks as well as digital transformations like IoT, cloud and SD-WAN against modern malware, data exfiltration, Dictionary Generated Algorithms (DGAs) and other advanced threats. It also drastically reduces incident response time by sharing rich network and threat data with the security ecosystem, including SOAR (Security Orchestration Automation and Response) tools, and improves the ROI of the existing security stack.

    Benefits of BloxOne Threat Defense include:

    *Secure existing networks and digital transformations like SD-WAN, IoT, and cloud.
    *Detect and block DNS-based data exfiltration, malicious communications to C&Cs and prevent malware from propagating.
    *Reduce time to remediation by up-to two-thirds and respond to threats faster.
    *Automatically lookup threat data from dozens of sources for faster investigation, making threat analysts 3 times more effective.
    *Get precise visibility and rich network context about network devices for better correlation of events.

    Join SANS and Infoblox for this dynamic and informative discussion to learn how Infoblox BloxOne Threat Defense can give you the edge to address the changing threat environment and optimize your security from the foundation up.
  • DDI data – a Critical Enabler of SOAR Recorded: Oct 1 2019 61 mins
    Srikrupa Srivatsan; Dave Shackleford
    Constantly evolving threats and shortage of qualified cybersecurity professionals have led security teams to move to security workflow automation to meet the demands. Its not enough to have a great tool nowadays. These tools have to work better together to meet todays security challenges. Security orchestration, automation and response (SOAR) tools improve efficiency and efficacy of security operations by automating threat intel management, event monitoring and incident response processes.

    One of the key sources of contextual network and threat intel data comes from infrastructure that organizations already rely on for connectivity DNS, DHCP and IPAM. This data along with timely, reliable and accurate threat intel can be used to improve scoring and investigation, assist in prioritizing incoming incidents, and can be relied upon to build automation.

    Join this webinar to learn how a well architected DNS, DHCP and IPAM can power SOAR platforms to:

    *Block/unblock domains using context
    *Enrich other security tools with valuable IPAM data
    *Enhance and improve incident response with better threat intelligence
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Infoblox enables next-level network experiences through its Secure Cloud-Managed Network Services with 8,000 customers including 350 of the Fortune 500. A recognized industry leader, we are relentless in our pursuit of network simplicity. Our solutions bring next-level simplicity, security, reliability and automation to on-premises, cloud and hybrid networks, setting customers on a path to a single pane of glass for network management. Next-level security helps protect against the rising flood of cyberattacks. Next-level reliability provides the high availability and control needed to enable digital transformation. Next-level automation vastly simplifies the management of core network services in any cloud environment. More at www.Infoblox.com.

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