As summer vacations draw to an end, and kids return to school, we’re hoping you have more time to focus on how to improve your organization’s security posture. Cisco cloud security product expert Casey Ulaky will walk you through our Back to School Cybersecurity Checklist, where you will learn how to:
- Know if you are experiencing a targeted attack.
- View unsanctioned cloud services and gain a better understanding of your internet activity across all devices, on and off the network.
- Highlight some of our new features, like iOS protection, cryptomining security category, app discovery and more!
RecordedSep 21 201827 mins
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Shyam Ramaswamy, Threat Researcher at Cisco Umbrella
The media makes sensationalist claims about AI, but let's take a closer look at the facts:
AI is not a trend! Cisco has been doing it for years to help businesses across the globe quickly and easily identify banking trojans, botnets, phishing and ransomware.
- A taxonomy of AI algorithms used in cyber threat detection
- What AI can and can't do for your organisation
- How to leverage AI as a preventative measure to help detect & uncover threats before they hit your business
- Best practices on how to incorporate AI into your threat detection and defence systems.
During this webinar, we'll go beyond the hype and show you real-world examples of AI algorithms that helps us keep our customers safe on the internet, anywhere their users go. We'll cover anomaly detection, clustering, belief propagation, deep learning, and more.
See how Cisco Umbrella uses AI to effectively detect current and emerging threats.
Shyam Sundar Ramaswami is a Lead Security Researcher at Cisco Umbrella. Shyam is a TEDx speaker, GREM certified malware analy
In this Cyberworld the perfect phrase to describe malware hunting is “Catch me if you can".
Confinement of a malware, running it in a sandbox and studying malware has become a frequent practice. The malware author has burst the bubble. This author evades sandboxes by exhibiting a different behavior, staying quiet, and understanding how sandboxes operate.
Learn how modern-day malwares stay silent, evade and exhibit different behavior. Discover how we developed a kit called “ Friday” to learn, deceive, defeat and capture behaviors of some of the modern day evasive malwares.
We live in a cloud-first world. What’s more, that world increasingly leans on multiple clouds for success. Whether it’s public, private or hybrid environments, organizations are leveraging the benefits of the multi-cloud world to drive operational efficiencies, scale quickly and expand growth. Multiple clouds allow for greater flexibility, and the ability to leverage the most appropriate cloud-services from different providers.
Yet while the benefits are clear, securing multi-cloud environments is complex. Securing workloads and protecting data in a consistent fashion across diverse cloud providers, technologies and use cases remains a challenge. And with a recent report suggesting 84% of companies today use multiple clouds, it’s a common issue across all industry verticals.
So how do you deploy effective security for a multi-cloud world? How do you secure both access to the cloud and usage of it? How do you get greater visibility into those environments and reduce the risk of attack? And what do the tools and methodologies for greater cloud security look like?
Are common security pitfalls putting your network at risk? We get it. More and more users are working wherever they please — not always using the VPN. And you may not have visibility to all the apps in use across your organization. While firewalls are ok, they won’t protect users when they are off network. There’s a lot standing between you and a safe network. Your security shouldn’t be one of them. Join us for our webinar, "6 Degrees of Network Security," and learn how to avoid 6 common security pitfalls that put your users, their devices, and your data at risk.
Join us on for our webinar, A Look into Cisco Umbrella’s Secure Internet Gateway. This session will illustrate the benefits enabled by cloud-delivered security with practical examples. The following services will be reviewed: DNS-layer, intelligent proxy, full proxy, firewall as service, cloud access security brokerage service and roaming users coverage.
Participants will also learn how Umbrella enables branch transformation, increases security posture with leading DNS-layer (added layer) protection, allows for secure XaaS adoption and supports customers' cloud-first strategies.
Meg Diaz, Head of Product Marketing and Customer Insights Cisco Umbrella
With the explosion of cloud apps, the move to highly distributed environments (SD-WAN, anyone?), and an increase in mobile workers — your job isn’t getting easier. Plus, the threat landscape isn’t standing still.
Learn more about what your peers are experiencing, a new approach to secure roaming users/branch locations, and how Cisco is evolving security to address these challenges in innovative ways.
Umang Barman, Duo Product Manager, and Casey Ulaky, Cisco Umbrella Product Manager
Cloud applications provide scale and cost benefits over legacy on-premises solutions. With more users going direct-to-internet from any device, the risk increases when users bypass security controls. We can help you reduce this risk across all of your cloud and on-premises applications with a zero-trust strategy that validates devices and domains, not just user credentials.
See why thousands of customers rely on Duo and Cisco Umbrella to reduce the risks of data breaches and improve security. Don’t miss this best-practices discussion focused on the key role DNS security and access control play in your zero-trust security strategy.
Attendees will learn how to:
● Reduce the risk of phishing attacks and compromised credentials
● Improve speed-to-security across all your cloud applications
● Extend security on and off-network without sacrificing usability
It's officially summertime and temperatures aren’t the only thing on the rise! We now live in a mobile-first, cloud-enabled world where data is the new currency. It lives everywhere and hackers want it. When dealing with IT staff shortages during the summer months, data protection is even more difficult than usual.
Crafty phishing attempts, rogue WiFi hotspots, lost or stolen devices, and varying encryption laws are just a few of the examples of how you can get burned this summer. Apply the right level of protection to avoid the scarring effects of a cyber incident.
In this webinar, cybersecurity expert Duncan McAlynn, CEO of Operandis, will discuss the top threat factors that should be considered before approving that next vacation request. Attend our live event where we discuss how to:
- Prevent CEO impersonation/wire-transfer fraud schemes
- Protect your sensitive company data, wherever it may live
- Create a solid mobile device management strategy
- Incorporate best practices for internationally-traveling employees
- Encourage good cyber-hygiene practices for all staff
Join us as we dive into the waters and help you to navigate your way to safe shores, for a safe and enjoyable summer season.
Negisa Taymourian, Product Marketing Manager at Cisco Umbrella
Cryptocurrency is making it easier for hackers to get paid while protecting their anonymity. Malicious cryptomining is on the rise - moving more mainstream, and as a result, more profitable than ever. And the market volatility of cryptocurrency makes this emerging threat more financially lucrative than ransomware.
Are you at risk? With a 19x increase in crypto-related traffic in the last nine months, there’s never been a better time to find out if computing resources in your organization are being used without your knowledge.
Watch this webcast to see which industries and geographies are most at risk!
With more unmanaged devices connecting to the network and more users working from anywhere, security gaps are widening.
Defending mobile devices, cloud data, and user behavior is harder than ever. You need deep visibility to expose not only what files and users are doing on their devices, but where they try to connect to the internet so you can stop malicious behavior immediately.
Watch to find out how you can strengthen your security posture and protect your users and devices, everywhere they access the internet.
Negisa Taymourian, Cisco Umbrella, Marketing Product Manager and Jon Oltsik, ESG, Security Analyst
With highly distributed environments becoming the norm, SaaS usage on the rise and roaming users an attractive target for threats, find out how to shift your security, gain control and protect users more effectively.
Enterprise Strategy Group partnered with Cisco to validate trends in the market, customer perceptions and technology consumption patterns. Research reveals a shift in the market leading to a fundamentally new approach to how organizations secure roaming users and branch office (ROBO) locations.
Join ESG Security Analyst, Jon Oltsik, and Cisco Product expert, Negisa Taymourian, for a unique perspective on the state of cybersecurity today.
Today, students and staff have the freedom to teach and learn, anywhere. Cloud applications enable students and staff to improve productivity, simplify collaboration and reduce on-premises IT costs. But these changes can introduce a new set of security challenges.
How do you protect students are accessing objectionable content, secure their records and block malware from infecting machines — like Chromebook devices?
The answer is better visibility. You need to see and protect internet access across students and staff, everywhere they learn, even off-campus.
Join us on Tuesday, May 14, 2019 at 11 a.m. PT / 2 p.m. ET to learn three simple ways to secure your school district, and save time.
David Gormley, Product Marketing Manager at Cisco Umbrella
Do you know all of the cloud apps and services in use in your organization...and their risk level. It's time for better visibility into sanctioned and unsanctioned cloud services across your enterprise. Now more than ever you need to be able to see what's happening at every level of your organization - and block risky or inappropriate cloud apps easily.
Join us on Thursday, May 2, 2019 at 11 a.m. PT / 2 p.m. ET to learn how you can gain visibility into cloud apps, quickly identify trends and turn possible risks into insight to better secure your users and data.
Thien Huynh, Systems Engineer and Shaun Furey, Consulting Systems Engineer – Cisco Umbrella
Cisco Umbrella is a cloud security platform that leverages DNS to provide the first line of defense against threats on the internet wherever users go. Because it’s built into the foundation of the internet, Umbrella delivers complete visibility into internet activity across all locations, devices, and users, and blocks threats before they reach your network or endpoints. By analyzing and learning from internet activity patterns, Umbrella automatically uncovers attacker infrastructure staged for current and emerging threats. And because it’s delivered from the cloud, Umbrella provides effective security that is simple to deploy and easy to use.
Kevin Rollinson, Marketing Product Manager – Cisco Umbrella
Are network operations and security teams burying the hatchet?
According to the 2018 Enterprise Network Management Megatrends report, 91 percent of network operations teams have established formal collaboration with the security team.
Enterprises around the globe are grappling with the transition to the cloud and what that means for networking and security practices. After years are being at odds, shared goals have brought these teams together. Aligning efforts is leading to risk reduction, cost containment, improved performance, and better security.
Join us to find out why joining forces with your networking manager may be the best thing for your security team right now.
Negisa Taymourian, Marketing Product Manager and Josh Pyorre, Research Engineer – Cisco Umbrella
What separates security pros from security liabilities? Threat intelligence.
Find out what techniques, tricks and tips Cisco researchers use to uncover and identify threats like malicious cryptomining, phishing and ransomware attacks.
Join us to learn the latest trends on top threats and best practices you can use to protect against threats in your organization. We’ll review steps you can take to improve your threat detection, prevention and remediation efforts for your organization.
John Strand and Jake Williams - SANS Senior Instructors & John Pescatore, SANS Director of Emerging Security Trends
Join John Strand and Jake Williams - SANS Senior Instructors along with John Pescatore, SANS Director of Emerging Security Trends for a discussion on your best strategies to consider for 2019 to build and maintain your cybersecurity defenses. This special 2 hour webcast includes talks from John Strand and Jake and is followed by a lively panel of all three experts. Sponsored by Cisco.
Kevin Rollinson, Product Marketing Manager, Cisco Umbrella & Joe Aronow, Manager - Product Architectures, Cisco Meraki
What if you could protect every user on your Meraki network in minutes without deploying an additional appliance? That’s the magic of combining the Meraki MR wireless access points and Cisco Umbrella. Cisco Umbrella is a DNS-layer security solution that blocks users from accessing malicious sites before the connection is made, proactively preventing against security breaches. With this integration, it is easier than ever to set custom policies and deploy them across your Meraki network. Join us for a live demo showcasing this new integration.
Duncan McAlynn, an industry expert, cybersecurity consultant, and a member of the FBI InfraGard
With the holidays among us, one can’t help but to think about taking some much needed time off to spend with friends and family. However, hackers don’t really do holidays. In fact, according to the FBI, the holidays bring more intense activity from hacking groups, cyber terrorists and nation states because they know we’re more vulnerable during these times.
Watch industry expert and cybersecurity consultant, Duncan McAlynn, discusses the top attack vectors being used by malicious actors today and what we can expect in the coming year. Mr. McAlynn, a member of the FBI InfraGard, will also briefly discuss the social and economic impact these attacks can have on our nation’s citizens, organizations and economy along with 5 key things that you can do right now to help protect and defend your company.
Cisco Umbrella provides a cloud-delivered network security service that blocks advanced attacks, as well as malware, botnets and phishing threats regardless of port, protocol or application. Our predictive intelligence uses machine learning to automate protection against emergent threats before your organization is attacked. Umbrella protects all your devices globally without hardware to install or software to maintain.