CA Briefings Part 1: The Digital Marketplace & Cybersecurity
Your business is part of a new digital reality and the digital relationships you have with individuals are your greatest assets. They are also the new perimeter, where identities are the unifying control point across apps & data and users demand access and insight with an exceptional user experience. While all this drives your business, it also opens you up to attacks and breaches. Join CA Technologies and (ISC)2 on September 1, 2016 at 1:00PM Eastern for this first event of a six-part webcast series where you will learn how leaders can adapt to the new digital reality -- embrace new identity and access management strategies that allow you to innovate in ways you never imagined.
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With 91% of data breaches being the result of human error, security leaders, auditors, and regulators increasingly recognize that a more intentional focus on the human side of security is critical to the protection of organizations. However, organizations have been struggling with and debating the effectiveness of traditional security awareness and training. KnowBe4 shares results-focused strategies and practical insights on how to build a world-class program
In spite of all the spectacular news stories about advanced persistent threats and targeted hacks from nation-states, the most common security challenge facing enterprises today continues to be social engineering. Successful hackers know the user is the weakest link in the security chain. Email phishing campaigns have proven to be the path of least resistance to get unsuspecting individuals to download and install their malicious software. Getting users to identify phishing attacks and training them not to click on links in email messages is not a trivial task. Join KnowBe4 as we discuss the strategies and techniques that social engineers are finding success with, how to implement these techniques and to create real-world simulated phishing email to test your employees and see how phish-prone they really are.
As organizations build out their infrastructure across public, private and hybrid platforms, security architects need to extend their enterprise security policies and protocols to all workloads, no matter where they reside. Still, security operations teams are challenged with proactively detecting threats, deviations from organizational policies and violations of industry and organizational compliance for mission-critical applications in the cloud. Why is that? Join Gigamon and (ISC)2 on September 6, 2018 at 1:00PM Eastern where we’ll explore ways to assure compliance and decrease time to detect threats in mission-critical applications, reduce risk by leveraging a common platform across your entire IT environment and ensuring SLAs are met by tightly integrating the public cloud provider’s APIs and critical cloud provider services to automatically detect changes in virtual private clouds and virtual networks.
No matter how much security technology we purchase, we still face a fundamental security problem: people. People can be manipulated every day and in many ways; from the tactics used by car dealers, to sophisticated social engineering and online scams. Part 1 of KnowBe4’s 3 part series will This webinar will explore the different levers that social engineers and scam artists pull to make us more likely to do their bidding and how to ethically use these same levers when educating users.
The long tail of SaaS is growing rapidly. Today, thousands of unmanaged "Shadow IT" applications are used in every major enterprise around the globe and IT departments have little visibility or control over these rogue apps. While the challenge was first simply to secure major SaaS platforms like Office 365, the new reality is a “cloud and mobile-first world” where employees often use new applications that aren’t approved and put corporate data at risk. Join Bitglass and (ISC)2 on August 9, 2018 at 1PM Eastern for the final part of this Security Briefings series where we’ll discuss how leading organizations are evolving their security to solve these challenges, what organizations are prioritizing when evaluating a solution and how zero-day technologies built for a cloud-first world are able to identify, categorize, and secure unknown apps.
Mike Brannon, Dir, Infrastructure & Security, Nat'l Gypsum; Eric Fiterman, Consultant, Tyler Smith, IT Analyst, John Deere
(ISC)2 will hold its Security Congress 2018 in New Orleans, LA, October 8th – 10th. This conference will bring together 2000+ attendees and over 100 educational sessions. One of the 13 tracks that are being offered with focus on Cloud Security and challenges practitioners face when dealing with all things cloud. On July 24, 2018 at 1:00PM Eastern, join (ISC)2 and several of the speakers who’ll be presenting in the Cloud track as we preview their sessions, get an idea of what will be discussed and discuss the state of cloud security today.
Jacob Serpa, Product Marketing Manager, Bitglass, Brandon Dunlap (Moderator)
Even with a renewed focus on security, cloud applications have introduced new risks that many organizations have yet to address. Powerful productivity platforms have been widely deployed in an effort to enable employee communication and facilitate collaboration. Apps enabling employee communication and collaboration cannot be secured with traditional firewalls and gateways. They require a fundamental rethinking of security – a shift from endpoint and network-centric protection to data protection. Join Bitglass and (ISC)2 on July 12, 2018 at 1:00PM Eastern as we explore the five most common security oversights that may put your cloud data at risk.
Preetham Gopalaswamy, Head of Product Management, Gigamon; Brandon Dunlap, Brightfly (Moderator)
Imagine what a security analyst could deduce if they had visibility into all the common applications flowing through their network. They could optimize the data being sent to security tools, correlate information across the various protocols to determine who is talking to whom and get visibility into malware and bad actors that may be hiding on the network. Many enterprises aggregate information from various sources, such as events and logs from DNS servers, web servers and security tools, to hunt for threat events and indicators of compromise. But these are not reliable sources; logging can be turned off inadvertently or for performance reasons. Raw network data is the ultimate source of truth – but sending it all to a SIEM can become very expensive. Join Gigamon and (ISC)2 on Thursday, June 28, 2018 at 1:00PM Eastern for a discussion on how visibility into your application traffic is elemental to security, how application metadata can provide context of potential threat events and to more easily enforce corporate compliance.
David Shearer, CEO, (ISC)2; Jim Reavis, CEO, CSA; Kevin Jackson, GovCloudNetwork ; Rich Mogull, Securosis; B. Dunlap (Mod)
Certain things go together to make the sum of their parts that much better. Peanut Butter and Jelly. Lennon and McCartney. Batman and Robin. In the ever-changing world of the cloud, cyber security professionals need continuous training and certifications to stay up-to-speed and pairing (ISC)2’s CCSP (Certified Cloud Security Professional) with CSA’s CCSK (Certificate of Cloud Security Knowledge) can put any cyber security practitioner ahead in terms of knowledge, skills and job opportunities. On June 12, 2018 at 1:00PM Eastern, join David Shearer, (ISC)2’s CEO and Jim Reavis, CSA’s CEO, along with other subject matter expects as we explore the differences between each program, the training options available for each, and how these programs are synergistic in nature and together were designed to build on one another.
Cloud security is top of mind for all organizations as they migrate to SaaS and IaaS platforms like Office 365 and AWS, but many are grappling with selecting solutions that best balance employee privacy, productivity, and data integrity. While most enterprises are already following security best practices on-premises, few have extended those practices and policies to the cloud. Cloud access security brokers (CASBs) have emerged as the go-to solutions for real-time data and threat protection in the cloud. Purpose-built to solve some of these challenges, CASBs feature a suite of capabilities that can implement granular policies around data at access and at rest. Join Bitglass and (ISC)2 on June 7, 2018 at 1:00PM Eastern for a Security Briefing as we explore the most leveraged security policies necessary to protect corporate data in a cloud and mobile-first world.
Daniel Kennedy, Research Director, 451 Research; Brandon Dunlap, Moderator
Positioning Information Security within the enterprise presents its own set of challenges. Our recent survey data from hundreds of senior security and IT leaders like you uncovered a number of systemic security challenges – from skills shortages to retention strategies; not to mention responding to new challenges around cloud and IoT, and other organizational and operational issues. Join 451 Research and (ISC)2 on June 5, 2018 at 1:00PM Eastern as Research Director and former CISO Daniel Kennedy discusses this survey data and takes questions from the audience.
Ian Farquhar, Global Security Strategist, Gigamon; Brandon Dunlap, Brightfly (Moderator)
While TLS (formerly known as SSL) has become the de facto way of encrypting data in motion on networks, it can also hide threats from your InfoSec team. As the volume of encrypted traffic continues to grow, organizations become even more vulnerable to encrypted attacks, hidden command and control threats and data exfiltration exploits that go undetected. Making this situation even more complex, the TLS 1.3 draft 28 proposal, ratified at the IETF 101 conference in London and now moving toward official RFC status, has actually removed the visibility which was widely deployed for threat identification in TLS 1.2. On one hand, encryption is moving toward ubiquity but on the other, we need to detect when threat actors use it too. Join Gigamon and (ISC)2 on May 31, 2018 at 1PM Eastern where we’ll discuss the necessity of deploying TLS decryption in the core of networks and will explore innovative architectures that deliver that capability while maintaining availability and reliability.
Patrick Riley, Principle Product Manager, Gigamon; Brandon Dunlap, Moderator
Inline security tools operate by actively preventing threats in your network, but deploying and optimizing these tools presents several challenges to both network and security engineers. The downsides can include a potential point of failure, degradation of network and application performance, difficulty to scale and upgrade. The use of a next-generation packet broker and its inline bypass functionality can mitigate these challenges. Join Gigamon and (ISC)2 on April 26, 2018 at 1:00PM Eastern for Part One of a Security Briefings series where we will examine how inline bypass can overcome physical deployment obstacles, maximize network availability, increase the scale of inspection and reduce the impact to network performance.
The advantages offered by a cloud-based environment makes it an easy decision for most companies to have apps and data both on-premises and in the cloud. Still, there are numerous critical choices to be made that can transform the complexities of the migration process into a relatively smooth transition—especially regarding application and data security. Join Imperva and (ISC)2 on April 5, 2018 at 1:00PM Eastern as we define the hybrid cloud and talk about best practices to secure your company assets as you start managing and securing them both on-premises and in the cloud.
Brian McHenry, Senior Manager, Systems Engineering, F5; Brandon Dunlap, Moderator
Bots are now teetering on the edge of being the majority of traffic on the internet. It’s not all bad news, as there are plenty of useful bots that make both our work and personal lives more productive. However, malicious bot and botnet creators have introduced more sophistication into their bots, making them harder to detect, and the resulting threats are becoming more common place. Join F5 and (ISC)2 on March 29, 2018 at 1:00PM Eastern as data gathered from internal threat research teams is presented that explains how bots are being created, the top application threats driven by bots, and how to detect and better protect to your business.
Speakers - Chuck Gaughf, Sen Mgr, Infosec, (ISC)2; Graham Jackson, General Counsel, (ISC)2; Bruce Beam, Dir of Infrastructure
In Part 1, we examined what GDPR is, what the requirements are and how organizations will be impacted. In Part 2, our panel will discuss more on the potential impacts of GDPR across a typical organization (including assessments, encryption, audit & controls and the impact to each department, from finance to marketing) and what the organization should be doing to plan for GDPR. Join (ISC)² on March 27, 2018 at 1:00PM Eastern, as (ISC)² discusses these topics and answers questions from the audience about this important and looming regulation.
Speakers - Chuck Gaughf, Sen Mgr, Infosec, (ISC)2; Graham Jackson, General Counsel, (ISC)2; Bruce Beam, Dir of Infrastructure
May 25, 2018 is coming like a freight train. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) goes into effect on that date, and organizations of all sizes (that collect data from EU residents) need to be ready for this new regulation. With the new regulation, the definition of personal data has been expanded and it applies to wherever data is sent, processed or stored. On March 13, 2018 at 1:00PM Eastern, (ISC)² kicks off the 1st part of the 2-part webcast where we will focus on what is GDPR, what the requirements are and how organizations will be impacted. Part 2 will expand on potential impacts and examine what organizations should be putting into their planning for GDPR.
Speaker: Ryan Potter, Director of Cloud Strategy and Alliances, Imperva; Brandon Dunlap, Moderator
Security is an essential element of any application and increasingly critical for API-driven architectures in hybrid and public cloud environments. New threats and vulnerabilities emerge constantly, and enterprises find themselves struggling to protect these APIs from attacks. Join Imperva and (ISC)2 for Part 2 of our Security Briefings series on March 8, 2018 at 1:00PM Eastern where we will discuss proven approaches to making API security a priority through understanding how common types of attacks such as distributed denial of service (DDoS) can target APIs, what are the steps to proactively secure development frameworks, and how to enforce identity across enterprise environments.
Laurene Hummer, Offering Mgmt, IBM Security; Rohan Ramesh, Offering Mgmt, QRader UBA; Brandon Dunlap, Moderator
Every second counts in the fight to prevent, detect and respond to an Insider Threat. You need to be able to make smarter, faster decisions when it comes to detecting suspicious behavior and preventing further damage. Join this webinar to learn about how you can properly secure access to your critical crown jewel data, automate the process of identifying risky users through user behavior analytics, and shutting down their access with identity governance. See how integration between security analytics and identity and access management tools provide automated, user-centric threat mitigation.
Brian Mulligan, Product Manager, IBM Security; Lane Billings, Product Marketing Mgr, Access & Authentication, IBM;
In a world powered by consumer choice, our authentication programs are only as effective as their adoption rates – by real, living-breathing, error-prone human beings. IBM recently conducted a research study of 4,000 adults called The Future of Identity, designed to examine what people around the world really think about various old and new methods of signing on (passwords/biometrics/multifactor authentication), what they’re using today, and what they plan to use in the future. Insights from the Future of Identity report have been covered around the world by publications like Politico, TechRepublic, and Engadget, and even featured on NBC's Today Show. Join IBM Security's authentication experts as we cover some never-before-seen data on the 'authentication adoption curve' and discuss practical guidance to put those insights into action.