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Detecting and Stopping Sophisticated Cyber Attacks, by Dark Reading

Every day, online attackers are developing new and well-hidden methods for attacking and stealing data from all types and sizes of enterprise. In this informative Dark Reading webcast, top security experts will discuss:
- The latest online attacks and malware trends targeting at SMBs
- How enterprises can respond to these attacks within budget
- What options enterprises have to handle today’s emerging threats
Recorded Oct 6 2016 62 mins
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Brian NeSmith, Arctic Wolf Networks CEO and Co-founder
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    Sam McLane, CTO/Head of Security Ops; Dave Martin, Head of Product Mgmt; Sridhar Karnam, Director of Product Mktg
    Join us for a panel discussion featuring our CTO, head of product management, and head of product strategy as they talk about executing an incident response plan. The discussion will cover how to create a template for IR as well as the critical elements of an IR plan and the testing frequency and methods to ensure you have a good IR plan in place. For those who don’t yet have a set plan but are looking to establish one, having a template to reference can be helpful. There are number of key pieces that should be incorporated into every incident response plan.

    When you have a security incident, do you have a documented incident response plan? If not, who makes the decisions? These incidents could result in a complicated and costly legal, regulatory, and/or security proceedings. The people, process, and technology responsible for responding to these incidents are collectively known as Incident Response.
  • Top 8 ways to learn & network at RSA 2017 for a better security career Recorded: Feb 8 2017 23 mins
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    Did you know that there are many events outside of RSAC to attend? Where are the best parties? What events do CISO's and analysts attend? What should you eat and see while in San Francisco?
  • Proactive Hunting for Security Threats Recorded: Feb 3 2017 46 mins
    Ross Phillips, Security Engineer at Arctic Wolf Networks and Sridhar Karnam, Director of Product Marketing
    Threat hunting is one of the hottest topics in cybersecurity right now. Threat hunting is a significant weapon for the IT security team. While the Security Analysts perform the event and alert analytics, the Security Engineers move to detecting unknown threats from the indicators of compromise (IOCs).

    In this webinar, Ross Phillips, a lead Security Engineer will discuss and debate on proactive hunting methods, tools, techniques.
  • How to Select a Managed Security Service Provider (MSSP) or Security Services Recorded: Jan 30 2017 34 mins
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    It’s the age-old question: build or buy your security infrastructure and management? Do you invest in acquiring additional infrastructure, along with trained staff and the ongoing expenses for security, or do you hire a managed security services provider and do your security in the cloud? This webcast, which originally appeared as an SC Magazine 20/20 webcast, looks at the pluses and minuses for each approach and tries to makes sense out of the build-vs-buy dilemma for security services.
  • Accelerate threat detection and incident response through a managed SOC service Recorded: Jan 23 2017 31 mins
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    A SIEM is costly and complex, IDS/ IPS are not enough, threat intelligence is overwhelming, and a SOC takes years to build and an army of security staff to manage. So where do you start with security? How should you prioritize? How can you integrate all the tools? How many security staff will you need? How do you integrate a SOC and a NOC?

    Managed Detection and Response is the answer to all these questions. With a focus on detecting and responding to threats, the service configures the right combination of tools and provides the people and process to help you quickly implement the best security within your budget. With a simple subscription-based model, you will pay a fixed price that is not dependent on your data volume. It is time to throw your SIEM, IPS, and other point solutions out and move forward with MDR.

    This webinar covers how you can implement three years worth of work on your security roadmap in just 60 min.
  • How to build a cost-effective SOC? what are the alternatives? Recorded: Jan 6 2017 38 mins
    Sridhar Karnam, Director of Product Marketing, Arctic Wolf Networks
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    Sridhar Karnam, Director of Product Marketing, Arctic Wolf Networks
    An aggregation of all the security noise you hear in the market. Let's examine the top 5 security trends from attacks and tools to technology to see what can you expect from the unexpected landscape.
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    What should small and mid-sized businesses take away from the news of (another) Yahoo breach? Tune in for a brief overview of a massive data breach that has come to light.
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    Sridhar Karnam, Director of Product Marketing at Arctic Wolf Networks
    No company is too small to get attacked. Most large companies protect their business & IT through comprehensive, 24x7, security operations. However, using just a cloud/ SaaS/ co-managed SIEM will not help you detect or manage attacks. Tune into this webcast to learn about the upfront costs, resources, expertise, and long deployment cycles of SIEM and discover alternative options to safeguarding your small or medium-sized business in an efficient and economical way.

    A 1-hr webinar presented by SC Magazine and Arctic Wolf Networks on Oct. 3, 2016.
  • Threat Detection 101: Why Advanced Monitoring is Key to Ensuring Cybersecurity Recorded: Dec 8 2016 35 mins
    Matt Thurston, Chief Architect, Arctic Wolf Networks
    Advanced persistent threat detection is part art and part science. This presentation provides a simple, straightforward explanation for non-technical people to help them understand how threat detection works. Having the best firewall and antivirus in the world will not keep you safe from cyber attacks. Attend this webinar to see why advanced monitoring is the only way to ensure vigilant cybersecurity.
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    This is a 30-min SC Magazine editorial webcast sponsored by Arcitc Wolf Networks. The Q&A style webcast examines the security pain points and options for mid market companies to establish stronger security posture.
  • What is a SOC and why do you need SOC-as-a-Service? Recorded: Dec 2 2016 31 mins
    Sridhar Karnam, Director of Product Marketing at Arctic Wolf Networks
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  • How to achieve PCI DSS security compliance using a SOC Recorded: Nov 28 2016 26 mins
    Sridhar Karnam, Director of Product Marketing of Arctic Wolf Networks
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    Dave Martin, Head of Product Management, Arctic Wolf Networks
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    Sam McLane, Head of Security Engineering, Arctic Wolf Networks
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    Sam McLane, Head of Security of Engineering at Arctic Wolf Networks
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  • Incident Response Recorded: Oct 18 2016 33 mins
    Sam McLane, Head of Security of Engineering at Arctic Wolf Networks & SC Magazine Editor
    This editorial webinar from SC Magazine looks at the steps you need to take to launch an incident response and how to develop your incident response plan. (Spoiler alert — don’t turn off that server!)
    Join this discussion about:
    - Key components of an incident response plan
    - Things you must do and not do once an incident is identified
    - Best practices for an incident response plan that generally are not done
    - How to develop an incident response plan
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  • Detecting and Stopping Sophisticated Cyber Attacks, by Dark Reading Recorded: Oct 6 2016 62 mins
    Brian NeSmith, Arctic Wolf Networks CEO and Co-founder
    Every day, online attackers are developing new and well-hidden methods for attacking and stealing data from all types and sizes of enterprise. In this informative Dark Reading webcast, top security experts will discuss:
    - The latest online attacks and malware trends targeting at SMBs
    - How enterprises can respond to these attacks within budget
    - What options enterprises have to handle today’s emerging threats
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