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BrightTalk Originals: Ransomware in the Remote Work Era

Phishing and ransomware attacks continue to rise, according to Proofpoint’s State of the Phish report for 2020. Organizations in the U.S. are at risk, the increase in remote work due to the pandemic has fueled a spike in attacks, and phishing attempts are up by 14 percent compared to the previous year.

Email continues to be the number 1 delivery vehicle, but other social engineering schemes that rely on social media, voicemail (“vishing"), SMS phishing (“smishing”), and malicious USB drops are also of concern for organizations. Ransom demands are also on the rise, but according to the report, paying the ransom is not guaranteed to work as many companies that paid the ransom failed to receive a decryption key.

Join this month's episode of The (Security) Balancing Act as Diana Kelley and guests discuss why ransomware is surging again, which sectors are most at risk, the threat to enterprises and how it is being used for more than just ransom (ex: distractionware, destructionware, etc).
- The rise in ransomware under the cloak of the pandemic
- Why email continues to be the channel of choice
- The difference between fully automated and human-operated campaigns
- How to decide whether or not to pay or not to pay the ransom
- Why your backups may not be immune to ransomware
- Addressing the threat with best practices

Speakers
- Nicole Hoffman, Intelligence Analyst, GroupSense
- Courtney Radke, CISO for National Retail, Fortinet
- Patrick Lee, Senior Incident Response Consultant, Rapid7

This episode is part of The (Security) Balancing Act original series with Diana Kelley. We welcome viewer participation and questions during this interactive panel session.
Recorded Jun 29 2021 61 mins
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    In a recent SANS survey, it was found that phishing was observed in 78% of organizations. With this amount of phishing occurring, it is crucial that organizations prepare themselves with effective and impactful phishing protection strategies.

    Though technology alone can’t stop phishing, it can help to reduce the harmful impact of phishing attacks on your business. For example, phishing protection allows employees to report suspected phishing attacks, while also providing your organization with the collaborative tools needed to tackle phishing when it occurs.

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    - Why a disaster recovery plan is a must for your organization
    - Why ransomware attacks are on the rise and methods to secure your organization

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    - Tod Beardsley, Director of Research at Rapid7
    - Jen Ellis, Vice President, Community and Public Affairs at Rapid7
    - Megan Stifel, Global Policy Officer and Capacity & Resilience Program Director at Global Cyber Alliance
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    Tod Beardsley, Rapid7 | Kristy Westphal, HealthEquity | Anthony Johnson, Delve Risk
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    Securing every layer of your attack surface is crucial when it comes to staying ahead of threats and vulnerabilities. Though you may have already put solutions in place to secure your infrastructure, if you have not secured your applications, your whole network is at risk. Applications are often used as vectors by attackers—allowing those attackers to jeopardise entire IT ecosystems.

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    - How to achieve success in your web application security testing program
    - Why a holistic approach to application security is 100% necessary today

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    - Tod Beardsley, Director of Research at Rapid7
    - Kristy Westphal, VP Security Operations at HealthEquity
    - Anthony Johnson, Managing Partner & CISO at Delve Risk
  • How to Stay Ahead of Threats With Deception Technology Recorded: Sep 21 2021 42 mins
    Tod Beardsley, Rapid7 | Chris Dodt, Freedom Financial Network | Jorge Orchilles, SCYTHE | Bryan Seely, Cyemptive
    A Guide to Operational Security in 2021: Episode 7

    Deception technology deceives attackers by distributing traps and decoys across your system infrastructure. As breaches and attacks become more sophisticated, it is vital that security teams can detect suspicious activity as soon as possible in order to neutralize the threat. Deception technology is also beneficial because it decreases attacker time within the network, reduces alert fatigue, and produces useful metrics that demonstrate indicators of compromise, helping to prevent future breaches.

    When it comes to incident detection, time and context are crucial, and the quicker threats are neutralized the better. Choosing deception technology that recognizes malicious activity early on in the attack chain buys your security team the time needed to respond quickly, and is the difference between a business just keeping up with new threats, and a business that is always one step ahead of attackers.

    In this session, we will discuss:
    - How deception technology provides a 360-degree approach to security
    - Why it’s important to have a deep understanding of attacker behavior
    - How deception technology improves visibility

    Speakers:
    - Tod Beardsley, Director of Research at Rapid7
    - Chris Dodt, Information Security Specialist at Freedom Financial Network
    - Jorge Orchilles, Chief Technology Officer at SCYTHE
    - Bryan Seely, Senior Security Architect & Evangelist at Cyemptive Technologies Inc
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    Tod Beardsley, Rapid7 | Kristy Westphal, HealthEquity | Anthony Johnson, Delve Risk
    A Guide to Operational Security in 2021: Episode 2

    Securing every layer of your attack surface is crucial when it comes to staying ahead of threats and vulnerabilities. Though you may have already put solutions in place to secure your infrastructure, if you have not secured your applications, your whole network is at risk. Applications are often used as vectors by attackers—allowing those attackers to jeopardize entire IT ecosystems.

    Evidently, it is not enough to simply secure your infrastructure. But what are the best ways to secure your applications, how can you scan for vulnerabilities in your applications, and how important is monitoring and protection?

    In this session, we will discuss:
    - Why the number of attacks on web applications has doubled since 2019, and what your security teams can do to navigate these risks
    - How monitoring and protection provides critical insight and safeguards for your application security
    - How to achieve success in your web application security testing program
    - Why a holistic approach to application security is 100% necessary today

    Speakers:
    - Tod Beardsley, Director of Research at Rapid7
    - Kristy Westphal, VP Security Operations at HealthEquity
    - Anthony Johnson, Managing Partner & CISO at Delve Risk
  • [APAC] CISO Security Strategies for a Hybrid Workforce Recorded: Sep 16 2021 62 mins
    Dan Lohrmann | Earl Duby | Endré Jarraux Walls | Devin Krugly
    According to the 2021 Gartner CIO Survey, 64% of employees are now able to work from home, and two-fifths are working from home. As more companies adopt a permanent hybrid workforce, it’s a constant challenge for CISOs to keep remote workers secure and ensure secure remote access.

    So what are the main problems faced by CISOs today, and what tools are needed to navigate these risks? Hear from industry leaders on how they’re adapting their security strategies and learn more about how the CISO role has evolved over the last few years.

    Join security experts across the industry as they discuss:

    - What are the key security strategies and solutions to focus on
    - Why connected devices are a popular target for attackers
    - Steps for easy cyber hygiene at home and at work
    - CISO recommendations & best practices
    - What the next year has in store for security professionals

    Speakers:
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    - Earl Duby, Vice President and CISO at Lear Corporation
    - Endré Jarraux Walls, EVP, Chief Information Security Officer at Customers Bank
    - Devin Krugly, Practice Advisor of Vulnerability Risk Management at Rapid7
  • CISO Security Strategies for a Hybrid Workforce Recorded: Sep 14 2021 62 mins
    Dan Lohrmann | Earl Duby | Endré Jarraux Walls | Devin Krugly
    According to the 2021 Gartner CIO Survey, 64% of employees are now able to work from home, and two-fifths are working from home. As more companies adopt a permanent hybrid workforce, it’s a constant challenge for CISOs to keep remote workers secure and ensure secure remote access.

    So what are the main problems faced by CISOs today, and what tools are needed to navigate these risks? Hear from industry leaders on how they’re adapting their security strategies and learn more about how the CISO role has evolved over the last few years.

    Join security experts across the industry as they discuss:

    - What are the key security strategies and solutions to focus on
    - Why connected devices are a popular target for attackers
    - Steps for easy cyber hygiene at home and at work
    - CISO recommendations & best practices
    - What the next year has in store for security professionals

    Speakers:
    - Dan Lohrmann, Chief Strategist & CSO at Security Mentor
    - Earl Duby, Vice President and CISO at Lear Corporation
    - Endré Jarraux Walls, EVP, Chief Information Security Officer at Customers Bank
    - Devin Krugly, Practice Advisor of Vulnerability Risk Management at Rapid7
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