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BlackBerry 2021 Threat Report Panel Discussion

The disruptive events of 2020 forced people to adjust the way they conduct business, communicate with others, and live their daily lives. Understanding the enormous effect 2020 had on global cybersecurity is essential for successfully navigating your organization through 2021.

Join the threat researchers and security experts at BlackBerry for an in-depth look at current security issues including:
- Threat Activity in 2020
- Cybersecurity Insights
- Connected Vehicles
- The Year in Ransomware
- Threat Threads to Watch 2021

This webinar will provide critical information that can help professionals in their efforts to improve their cybersecurity posture in 2021.
Recorded Apr 21 2021 53 mins
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  • Don't Fear the Black Box: Ensuring Reliable and Secure Software Nov 10 2021 6:00 pm UTC 61 mins
    Adam Boulton, CTO, BlackBerry | Brandon Bailey, Senior Cybersecurity Project Leader, The Aerospace Corporation
    In the past, manufacturing industries with security and reliability requirements—aerospace, automotive, aviation, medical, military and public utilities, to name a few—could demand software vendors write code to their specifications. But increased software complexity, ever-growing lists of compliance requirements and compressed timelines leave manufacturers little choice than to incorporate third-party components from multiple sources. And that incurs testing challenges—and increases risk.

    Join BlackBerry QNX CTO Adam Boulton and Senior Cybersecurity Project Leader Brandon Bailey of the Aerospace Corporation as they discuss the latest technologies and techniques for performing software assurance on black box software.
  • Critical Event Management Insights from BlackBerry Oct 26 2021 4:00 pm UTC 58 mins
    David Wiseman, Vice President Secure Communications, BlackBerry | Featuring Guest Speaker, Alison Brooks, IDC Research
    Organizations have always faced risks from natural, technological, and human-caused critical events, but not to the extent and frequency being seen today. Between 2000 and 2019, the number of recorded natural disasters doubled from roughly 200 to 400 per year, averaging 380 annually over the past decade. Since 2000, natural disasters have racked up global economic losses of nearly $1.4 trillion and disrupted the lives of some 1.7 billion people worldwide.

    In today’s threat environment, organizations need next-gen critical event management (CEM) systems that reduce risk exposure and enhance operational resilience.

    Join David Wiseman, BlackBerry VP of Secure Communications, and guest speaker Alison Brooks, IDC Research Vice President of Worldwide Public Safety, where they share best practices for managing critical events.

    Among other topics, David and Alison will discuss:

    -The planning and processes required to successfully manage the Prepare, Respond, Recover, and Continuously Improve stages of a critical event.
    -Why critical event communications should be seamless, consistent, and integrated across multiple channels.
    -The role CEM plays in helping organizations achieve their goals for digital transformation.
    -How to assess next-gen CEM system capabilities for risk assessment, sustainability, scalability, accountability, automation, and employee satisfaction and productivity.
    -If you have a stake in enhancing your organization’s resilience and continuity programs, we urge you to attend this essential management briefing.
  • Frost & Sullivan and BlackBerry: Creating a Safer City Oct 26 2021 2:00 pm UTC 53 mins
    Ramon Pinero, Vice President of Services at BlackBerry | Danielle VanZandt Industry Analyst, Security at Frost & Sullivan
    Governments have increasingly complex issues to deal with as they navigate the difficulties of the security industry and balance the need of delivering essential government services in a safe, resilient manner. Geopolitical chaos, disruptive technologies, and new business models can all impact a government’s ability to deliver services to its citizens.

    Join us for a special session with Frost & Sullivan’s Security Industry Analyst, Danielle VanZandt and BlackBerry’s VP of Critical Event Management Product and Solutions, Ramon Pinero, to learn more about navigating these strategic imperatives. Get the latest research and hear real-world stories on how successful public organizations have operationalized and enhanced their communication and collaboration processes with critical event management (CEM) technology adoption while driving growth and innovation.

    We’ll discuss:

    -The growing number of critical events and the challenges public agencies are facing today
    -How the rise of critical event management technologies can alleviate security industry challenges and support the delivery of government essential services and public safety mandates with superior communication, collaboration capabilities, and endpoint integration
    -Key benefits that governments are gaining from CEM’s actionable, situational intelligence to:
    -Limit and even prevent critical events from disrupting the delivery of day-to-day operations and services
    -Limit the impact any emergency can have on the public
  • Zero Trust Network Access: Balancing Risk and Workplace Flexibility Recorded: Oct 19 2021 23 mins
    Mark Mariani, Senior Product Marketing Manager, BlackBerry
    Balancing productivity with security for a remote workforce presents many challenges in the context of today's evolving threat landscape. Securing your networks while enabling your employees to remain productive anywhere and on any device can seem daunting.

    This session teaches how instituting a Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) model can offer a proactive approach and hardened defense to protect your business, customers, and reputation.
  • Remote Network Access for the Hybrid Workforce Recorded: Oct 19 2021 48 mins
    Simon Ratcliffe, Ensono | Mark Mariani, Nigel Thompson, BlackBerry | Heather Paunet, Untangle
    Since 2020, the shift to remote and hybrid working models - and newly distributed employees accessing data from distributed locations - has opened up a need for more stringent and secure network access security models.

    This is balanced with the need for remote employees to have access to reliable, low-latency access and connectivity to cloud and data center applications. So what’s the solution?

    Join this session to learn more about:

    • Best practices for implementing SD-WAN, SASE and ZTNA
    • Understanding the SD-WAN and SASE ecosystem
    • How to keep corporate data safe across your network
    • The future of secure access models, and what to expect over the next 12 months

    Moderated by:
    Simon Ratcliffe, Technology Evangelist, Ensono

    Panelists include:
    Mark Mariani, Senior Product Marketing Manager, BlackBerry
    Nigel Thompson, Vice President, Solutions Marketing, BlackBerry
    Heather Paunet, SVP of Products, Untangle
  • Don't Fear the Black Box: Ensuring Reliable and Secure Software Recorded: Oct 15 2021 61 mins
    Adam Boulton CTO BlackBerry, Brandon Bailey Senior Cybersecurity Project Leader The Aerospace Corporation
    In the past, manufacturing industries with security and reliability requirements—aerospace, automotive, aviation, medical, military and public utilities, to name a few—could demand software vendors write code to their specifications. But increased software complexity, ever-growing lists of compliance requirements and compressed timelines leave manufacturers little choice than to incorporate third-party components from multiple sources. And that incurs testing challenges—and increases risk.

    Join BlackBerry QNX CTO Adam Boulton and Senior Cybersecurity Project Leader Brandon Bailey of the Aerospace Corporation as they discuss the latest technologies and techniques for performing software assurance on black box software.
  • Aberdeen and BlackBerry: Critical Event Landscape, Insights and Future Recorded: Oct 14 2021 58 mins
    Sabrina Forgione Director, Critical Event Management Marketing
    The hourly costs of downtime caused by a critical event can range from an average of $300,000 to seven figures. Still, many organizations remain unprepared to respond effectively, leaving themselves vulnerable not only to financial losses, but also to reputational damage, regulatory penalties, and, in the most extreme cases, loss of life.

    Next-gen critical event management (CEM) solutions can alleviate these risks by providing stakeholders with accurate, timely, and actionable information about an unfolding crisis, along with robust plans and processes for incident response and recovery.

    A new survey by Aberdeen Strategy & Research2 found that organizations with next-gen CEM solutions deployed are three times more likely than peers without CEM solutions to resolve critical events in less than a day, and twice as likely to avoid revenue impacts.

    Join us as BlackBerry hosts special guest Jim Rapoza, Aberdeen VP & Principal Analyst Information Technology, for an in-depth analysis of today’s CEM threat landscape. During his wide-ranging presentation. Jim will review the survey results, share CEM best practices, and discuss such topics as:

    -The growing number of critical events and the challenges that organizations are facing today.
    -How the rise of CEM bridges the gap between emergency notification systems and IT, and cybersecurity monitoring and prevention capabilities.
    -Key benefits that leading organizations are gaining to limit and even prevent critical events from disrupting their operations.
    -Real world examples of how peers have implemented and benefited from CEM solutions.

    If you have a stake in enhancing your organization’s resilience and continuity programs, we urge you to attend this essential management briefing.
  • Frost & Sullivan and BlackBerry: Creating a Safer City Recorded: Sep 28 2021 53 mins
    Ramon Pinero, Vice President of Services at BlackBerry | Danielle VanZandt Industry Analyst, Security at Frost & Sullivan
    Governments have increasingly complex issues to deal with as they navigate the difficulties of the security industry and balance the need of delivering essential government services in a safe, resilient manner. Geopolitical chaos, disruptive technologies, and new business models can all impact a government’s ability to deliver services to its citizens.

    Join us for a special session with Frost & Sullivan’s Security Industry Analyst, Danielle VanZandt and BlackBerry’s VP of Critical Event Management Product and Solutions, Ramon Pinero, to learn more about navigating these strategic imperatives. Get the latest research and hear real-world stories on how successful public organizations have operationalized and enhanced their communication and collaboration processes with critical event management (CEM) technology adoption while driving growth and innovation.

    We’ll discuss:

    -The growing number of critical events and the challenges public agencies are facing today
    -How the rise of critical event management technologies can alleviate security industry challenges and support the delivery of government essential services and public safety mandates with superior communication, collaboration capabilities, and endpoint integration
    -Key benefits that governments are gaining from CEM’s actionable, situational intelligence to:
    -Limit and even prevent critical events from disrupting the delivery of day-to-day operations and services
    -Limit the impact any emergency can have on the public
  • Old Dog New Tricks: Attackers Adopt Exotic Programming Languages Recorded: Sep 7 2021 21 mins
    Jim Simpson, T.J. O'Leary, Eoin Wikens, Dean Given
    Old Dog New Tricks: Attackers Adopt Exotic Programming Languages
    Threat actors are leveraging new and uncommon programming languages for malicious intent, which leads to them being found in a growing number of malware families. The BlackBerry Research & Intelligence Team focuses on four of the most popular of these exotic languages and their use in the malware space.

    See how and why attackers are making this switch, as well as how defenders can use this knowledge to their advantage.

    Join us for a 20-minute session to gain a competitive edge over attackers.
  • CISO Corner: The Growing Menace of Insider Threats Recorded: Aug 31 2021 59 mins
    John McClurg, Senior VP and CISO, BlackBerry | Michael Dorsey Managing Director, Security, Deloitte
    Insiders are responsible for 50% to 70% of all security incidents and 75% of all security breaches, according to Gartner. Yet, many organizations remain vulnerable due to resource constraints, planning deficiencies, organizational disconnects, and the complex technical challenges of distinguishing routine from risky insider behavior.

    John McClurg, BlackBerry Senior VP and CISO, and Michael Dorsey, Deloitte, Managing Director, Government and Public Services Security, share their experiences on the front lines developing insider risk management programs and best practices. The freewheeling discussion includes:
    -A detailed assessment of today’s insider threat landscape focusing on recent trends, risk factors, threat actor profiles, and illustrative case studies.
    -The ways in which advanced artificial intelligence and automation technologies are transforming the battlespace and forcing malicious insiders to find new ways to pursue their objectives.
    -The challenges the presenters overcame conceiving and implementing the U.S. federal government’s first ever insider threat management program in the wake of the Edward Snowden affair.
    -The employee productivity and risk reduction benefits of transitioning to the Zero Trust security model.

    Learn from pioneers in the field about the growing menace of insider threats and proven risk management strategies for preventing and mitigating them.
  • Critical Event Management Insights from BlackBerry with IDC Research Recorded: Aug 30 2021 58 mins
    David Wiseman, Vice President Secure Communications, BlackBerry | Featuring Guest Speaker, Alison Brooks, IDC Research
    Organizations have always faced risks from natural, technological, and human-caused critical events, but not to the extent and frequency being seen today. Between 2000 and 2019, the number of recorded natural disasters doubled from roughly 200 to 400 per year, averaging 380 annually over the past decade. Since 2000, natural disasters have racked up global economic losses of nearly $1.4 trillion and disrupted the lives of some 1.7 billion people worldwide.

    In today’s threat environment, organizations need next-gen critical event management (CEM) systems that reduce risk exposure and enhance operational resilience.

    Join David Wiseman, BlackBerry VP of Secure Communications, and guest speaker Alison Brooks, IDC Research Vice President of Worldwide Public Safety, where they share best practices for managing critical events.

    Among other topics, David and Alison will discuss:

    -The planning and processes required to successfully manage the Prepare, Respond, Recover, and Continuously Improve stages of a critical event.
    -Why critical event communications should be seamless, consistent, and integrated across multiple channels.
    -The role CEM plays in helping organizations achieve their goals for digital transformation.
    -How to assess next-gen CEM system capabilities for risk assessment, sustainability, scalability, accountability, automation, and employee satisfaction and productivity.
    -If you have a stake in enhancing your organization’s resilience and continuity programs, we urge you to attend this essential management briefing.
  • Aberdeen and BlackBerry: Critical Event Landscape, Insights and Future Recorded: Aug 26 2021 58 mins
    Sabrina Forgione Director, Critical Event Management Marketing
    The hourly costs of downtime caused by a critical event can range from an average of $300,000 to seven figures. Still, many organizations remain unprepared to respond effectively, leaving themselves vulnerable not only to financial losses, but also to reputational damage, regulatory penalties, and, in the most extreme cases, loss of life.

    Next-gen critical event management (CEM) solutions can alleviate these risks by providing stakeholders with accurate, timely, and actionable information about an unfolding crisis, along with robust plans and processes for incident response and recovery.

    A new survey by Aberdeen Strategy & Research2 found that organizations with next-gen CEM solutions deployed are three times more likely than peers without CEM solutions to resolve critical events in less than a day, and twice as likely to avoid revenue impacts.

    Join us as BlackBerry hosts special guest Jim Rapoza, Aberdeen VP & Principal Analyst Information Technology, for an in-depth analysis of today’s CEM threat landscape. During his wide-ranging presentation. Jim will review the survey results, share CEM best practices, and discuss such topics as:

    -The growing number of critical events and the challenges that organizations are facing today.
    -How the rise of CEM bridges the gap between emergency notification systems and IT, and cybersecurity monitoring and prevention capabilities.
    -Key benefits that leading organizations are gaining to limit and even prevent critical events from disrupting their operations.
    -Real world examples of how peers have implemented and benefited from CEM solutions.

    If you have a stake in enhancing your organization’s resilience and continuity programs, we urge you to attend this essential management briefing.
  • BlackBerry vs REvil (Kaseya) and PrintNightmare Recorded: Aug 24 2021 28 mins
    Tom Cameron, Principal Solutions, Architect BlackBerry | Chris Arsenault, Principal Solutions, Architect BlackBerry
    The recently revealed PrintNightmare vulnerability is exposing systems worldwide to the threat of remote intrusion by malicious actors. It comes on the heels of the REvil assault on Kaseya’s VSA remote-monitoring platform, a ransomware attack affecting multiple MSPs and their customers.

    Organizations are losing the battle against cybercriminals and must learn to proactively protect themselves from these kinds of attacks.

    This informative presentation will cover:

    -Security insights on the Kaseya attacks and PrintNightmare vulnerability
    -Effective ways to defend your organization from major cyberattacks of 2021 and beyond
    -Demonstrations of BlackBerry AI-driven cybersecurity tools detecting and preventing attacks before they wreak havoc

    Threat actors have dominated the headlines of 2021 with a string of successful high-profile attacks. It is time for organizations to seize the initiative and turn the tide back in their favor.
  • Future-Proof Productivity & Security for Hybrid Workforce Recorded: Aug 17 2021 46 mins
    Alex Willis, VP Global Sales Engineering and ISVs, BlackBerry | Arnaud Marliére, Chief Sales & Marketing Officer, Awingu
    There is no set model on how companies transition their employees from remote to a hybrid work environment. Over half of employees (55%) prefer to be remote at least three days a week once pandemic concerns recede — little changed from the 59% who said the same in June. For their part, while most executives expect options for remote work, they are also worried about the effects: 68% say a typical employee should be in the office at least three days a week to maintain a distinct company culture.

    BlackBerry offers a complete, holistic solution that will address productivity and security challenges in shifting work conditions.

    1. Empower a hybrid workforce with secure work from anywhere with BlackBerry Spark® Unified Endpoint Management Suite.
    2. Reduce complexities of fostering a diverse workforce with BlackBerry® Digital Workplace and Awingu.
    3. Secure virtual collaboration using conference apps, like Zoom, with BlackBerry® Dynamics™.
  • Strengthen Your Cybersecurity Program with a Prevention First Strategy Recorded: Aug 16 2021 26 mins
    Chris Arsenault, BlackBerry Principal Solutions Architect
    Prevention is possible with BlackBerry cybersecurity solutions. Join our security expert, Chris Arsenault. He will walk through the current threat landscape, and show you how to protect your organization with the BlackBerry prevention first strategy.
  • Staying Ahead of the Breach in 2021 Recorded: Aug 16 2021 60 mins
    Kalani Enos | Michelle Drolet| Christopher Kruegel | Ido Safruti | Chris Arsenault
    Cyber attacks on companies, governments and individuals grew significantly in 2020. What can enterprises do to better protect their data? Is breach prevention even possible?

    Hear from the experts on what the new normal for organizations looks like, the cybersecurity best practices to adopt and what's in store for the rest of 2021.

    The topics up for discussion will include:
    - Cybersecurity in the new normal
    - How attackers have take advantage of the pandemic
    - Critical steps to take on the path to preventing data breaches
    - Why data protection and cybersecurity should not be separate functions
    - Best practices and solutions for breach detection and response
    - Lessons from the field and recommendations for CISOs


    Moderated by:
    Kalani Enos, CEO, KEnos Technologies

    Panelists include:
    Michelle Drolet, CEO, Towerwall
    Christopher Kruegel, VP Security Services - Network and Security Business Unit (NSBU) at VMware
    Ido Safruti, CTO & Co-Founder, PerimeterX
    Chris Arsenault, Principal Solutions Architect, BlackBerry
  • BlackBerry’s Cybersecurity Platform Evolves Recorded: Aug 10 2021 38 mins
    Mona Thaker, Global Product Marketing Manager, BlackBerry
    BlackBerry is advancing the capabilities of our AI-driven cybersecurity tools to help you stay a step ahead of the evolving threat landscape.

    Join us for insights on effective new ways to protect your environment. This discussion will be hosted by Mona Thaker, Global Product Marketing Manager at BlackBerry.

    This webinar will cover:
    • How BlackBerry’s cybersecurity platform is evolving with Cylance® AI.
    • How BlackBerry® Gateway uses Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) technology to secure businesses supporting a mobile and remote workforce.
    • How BlackBerry® Optics uses a cloud-enabled architecture to gain in-depth insights into the state and health of endpoints.

    Recent shifts in the workplace environment have drastically increased the attack surface of many professional organizations. Learn how to keep your organization ahead of emerging threats.
  • The Perils of an EDR-first Strategy: Why Prevention Is Always Better Than Cure Recorded: May 11 2021 49 mins
    Baldeep Dogra; Director Product Marketing - BlackBerry
    The security professional’s job has become an endless game of cat-and-mouse, continually pursuing invisible
    attackers that can out-think, out-run, and outsmart most security systems. To combat these and other threats,
    enterprises are increasingly turning to endpoint detection and response (EDR) solutions that provide advanced
    endpoint protection.

    To be sure your endpoints aren’t the weak link against cyber threats, it’s time to embrace the new approach to EDR, with a prevent-first approach built on a strong artificial intelligence (AI) foundation for threat prevention.

    Please join our product marketing expert, Baldeep Dogra, who will take us through the following:
    • EDR’s role in a Prevent-first approach
    • Endpoint Security – responding to the market challenge
    • Adopting an EDR-first approach – a ‘Prevention Paradox’
    • Adapting EDR to respond to evolving Cyber threats
    • EDR in a modern ‘Zero-Trust’ implementation
  • BlackBerry 2021 Threat Report Panel Discussion Recorded: Apr 21 2021 53 mins
    BlackBerry Team: Tony Lee, David Rushmer, Graham Murphy
    The disruptive events of 2020 forced people to adjust the way they conduct business, communicate with others, and live their daily lives. Understanding the enormous effect 2020 had on global cybersecurity is essential for successfully navigating your organization through 2021.

    Join the threat researchers and security experts at BlackBerry for an in-depth look at current security issues including:
    - Threat Activity in 2020
    - Cybersecurity Insights
    - Connected Vehicles
    - The Year in Ransomware
    - Threat Threads to Watch 2021

    This webinar will provide critical information that can help professionals in their efforts to improve their cybersecurity posture in 2021.
  • BlackBerry 2021 Threat Report Highlights Recorded: Apr 12 2021 53 mins
    BlackBerry Team: Tony Lee, David Rushmer, Graham Murphy
    The disruptive events of 2020 forced people to adjust the way they conduct business, communicate with others, and live their daily lives. Understanding the enormous effect 2020 had on global cybersecurity is essential for successfully navigating your organization through 2021.

    Join the threat researchers and security experts at BlackBerry for an in-depth look at current security issues including:
    - Threat Activity in 2020
    - Cybersecurity Insights
    - Connected Vehicles
    - The Year in Ransomware
    - Threat Threads to Watch 2021

    This webinar will provide critical information that can help professionals in their efforts to improve their cybersecurity posture in 2021.
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