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[APAC Webinar] Preparing your Cloud Security Strategy for the Challenges of 2021

The world as we knew it transformed forever last year, online and offline. Cyber space changed significantly with attackers shifting from using their owned infrastructure to using legitimate infrastructure. Menlo Security’s Experts anticipate that cybercriminals will increasingly leverage more techniques that abuse legitimate design functionality in websites and the technologies that build them. Hence current security products and SOC analysts will find it harder to identify new threats in 2021.

Join Menlo’s Director of Sales Engineering, Boon Peng Lau, at this webinar and learn ways to full proof your Cloud Security Strategy to outsmart this year’s threats and protect your people, whenever and wherever they work.

You will learn how to prevent growing new threats like:

• Phishing - via HTML smuggling, popular websites, and legitimate emails
• Ransomware – data and system Ransom
• Mobile Protection - from BEC and multi-vector attacks
• Data Loss Prevention
Recorded Jun 9 2021 54 mins
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  • People are the new perimeter - secure the perimeter! Dec 16 2021 4:00 pm UTC 53 mins
    Mark Guntrip, Sr Dir, Cybersecurity Strategy, Menlo Security
    With the continued migration of people, data and applications to the cloud, it has become clear that the traditional ways of implementing policy and security are gone. To fully realize the promise of digital transformation projects, security must be the final piece of the puzzle to make the journey to the cloud, putting it back in proximity to what it is designed to protect - people, data and applications.

    Learn how the key elements of a SASE architecture can reap benefits for organizations large and small and how to get started on that journey.
  • Solving the 'work anywhere and access everything' security challenge Nov 18 2021 7:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Mark Guntrip, Sr Director of Cybersecurity Strategy, Menlo Security
    The corporate world has changed in many ways. Some forced, some desired. The end user experience of working within an organization, large or small, is now paramount to the success of that company.

    The corporate end user today has many expectations that they might not have had years ago, the largest of which is freedom. Where they would previously be told where to work and which tools to use, the end user of today is often free to choose their work location, and to request direct access to the tools and applications they need to do their jobs. Gone are the days of backhauling traffic to implement control and security.

    With over half of employees working remotely, and over 40% expecting this to last for at least the next year, the way companies organize and implement their security operations must change to meet the needs of their end users, without compromising security.

    In this presentation you will learn:

    • How remote and hybrid work has impacted your end users, security, and IT teams
    • Ways to implement effective threat prevention
    • Different strategies for working smarter, not harder when it comes to deploying security controls
  • Your Data Has Moved to the Cloud. Has Your Security Stack? Nov 18 2021 9:00 am UTC 61 mins
    Jack Miller, Head of Professional Services, Menlo Security and Mitch Ashley, Analytist at Accelerated Strategies Group
    To protect productivity and enable modern businesses, today’s mobile workforce needs fast, secure, and reliable Internet access. Much of the currently deployed security technology is not equipped to secure today’s volume of Internet traffic, SaaS applications, or offer the security capabilities needed to overcome the challenges presented by today’s expanded attack surface. So, how should security teams secure work and keep up with the demands of the business and workforce?

    During this discussion, Jack Miller, Head of Global Professional Services at Menlo Security and a former CISO, will answer that question and dive deep into how organizations are moving away from legacy security solutions to overcome the challenges that remote work presents today.

    Speakers:
    Jack Miller, Head of Professional Services, Menlo Security
    Mitch Ashley, Analytist at Accelerated Strategies Group
  • Zero-Trust and SASE: A natural partnership Nov 16 2021 12:00 pm UTC 29 mins
    Tom McVey, Cybersecurity Strategy Expert, Menlo Security
    A SASE approach shifts security to the cloud – closer to apps, users and data – but it will not fulfill its promise without a fundamental change to an organisation’s detect-and-remediate controls. In order to outsmart threats and liberate users, cybersecurity teams are seeking to fundamentally change the way they protect the enterprise from malicious threats on the Internet.
    - SASE – modernising detection and response
    - New visibility at speed and scale
    - Isolation – eliminating phishing and ransomware while driving productivity
    - How to combine Zero-Trust and SASE to transform end-user protection
  • The next class of browser-based attacks Nov 8 2021 8:00 pm UTC 45 mins
    Mark Guntrip, Sr Director of Cybersecurity Strategy, Menlo Security
    There are two distinct characteristics that all threat actors tend to share. First, they focus on avoiding detection by any means. Second, while some go after specific targets, many opt to aim their tactics on vectors that will reap the greatest rewards. After all, a big pond with many fish increases everyone’s chances at success.

    Today, given that a majority of business users spend 75% of their working day in a web browser, it’s quickly become the prime target for cyber swindlers. While malware once had to be downloaded to pose a real risk, now, it’s a dynamically generated threat toolkit built in the web where employees are productive.

    During this insightful discussion, prepare to learn about the next class of browser-based attacks, but most importantly, shares how organizations can protect that productivity. Key takeaways include:

    • The anatomy of recent browser-based attacks
    • Exposing why network security today is broken
    • The technology approach proven to eliminate these threats
  • The next class of browser-based attacks Nov 8 2021 10:00 am UTC 45 mins
    Mark Guntrip, Sr Director of Cybersecurity Strategy, Menlo Security
    There are two distinct characteristics that all threat actors tend to share. First, they focus on avoiding detection by any means. Second, while some go after specific targets, many opt to aim their tactics on vectors that will reap the greatest rewards. After all, a big pond with many fish increases everyone’s chances at success.

    Today, given that a majority of business users spend 75% of their working day in a web browser, it’s quickly become the prime target for cyber swindlers. While malware once had to be downloaded to pose a real risk, now, it’s a dynamically generated threat toolkit built in the web where employees are productive.

    During this insightful discussion, prepare to learn about the next class of browser-based attacks, but most importantly, shares how organisations can protect that productivity. Key takeaways include:

    • The anatomy of recent browser-based attacks
    • Exposing why network security today is broken
    • The technology approach proven to eliminate these threats
  • Zero-Trust and SASE: A natural partnership Nov 3 2021 7:00 pm UTC 29 mins
    Tom McVey, Cybersecurity Strategy Expert, Menlo Security
    A SASE approach shifts security to the cloud – closer to apps, users, and data – but it will not fulfill its promise without a fundamental change to an organization’s detect-and-remediate controls. To outsmart threats and liberate users, cybersecurity teams are seeking to fundamentally change the way they protect the enterprise from malicious threats on the Internet.
    • SASE – modernizing detection and response
    • New visibility at speed and scale
    • Isolation – eliminating phishing and ransomware while driving productivity
    • How to combine Zero-Trust and SASE to transform end-user protection
  • Is SASE the Future? Oct 26 2021 3:00 pm UTC 62 mins
    Dan Lohrmann | Earl Duby | Sinan Eren | Jack Miller
    SASE, or Secure Access Service Edge, is quickly growing to be the next big thing. 40% of enterprises will consider SASE adoption by 2024, compared with the 1% in 2018, according to Gartner. As more organizations adopt cloud to accommodate remote work, a Zero-Trust approach becomes essential. Workers need quick, reliable, and secure access to their SaaS applications and digital services, and SASE is here to help.

    As organizations and industry professionals start looking at SASE and what it can do for their business, it's important to get the facts straight. Join this webinar to learn what SASE can do for your network security, and what the future of SASE looks like.

    Join security experts as they discuss:

    - What SASE is
    - Why SASE has exploded in the network security space
    - Strategic insights into how best to implement SASE
    - Trends driving SASE growth and what they mean for the future

    Speakers:
    - Dan Lohrmann, CSO at Security Mentor
    - Earl Duby, CISO at Lear Corporation
    - Sinan Eren, VP Zero Trust Access at Barracuda
    - Jack Miller, Head of Global Professional Services at Menlo Security
  • Security Designed for Today’s Digital Law Firm Recorded: Oct 21 2021 19 mins
    Brett Raybould, Solutions Architect, Menlo Security
    The pandemic has accelerated the digitization of law firms as they embrace technology with a legal foundation, often in the cloud, to differentiate services, build better customer experiences and generate new revenue streams. Securing these innovations for a potentially permanently distributed workforce, generating, and exchanging an ever-increasing number of digital documents and spending more time on-line, only increases the risk of successful ransomware and phishing attacks.

    The race is on to establish a prevention-based, zero trust approach to cyber security within law firms – an approach that not only reduces risk but enables innovation, promotes productivity and quickly demonstrates return on investment.
    Using best practice examples taken from our global legal client base, this presentation will cover how to:
    • Promote security specialist and lawyer productivity with proactive attack prevention
    • Optimize security operations for a distributed workforce
    • Realize the value of zero trust in preventing ransomware attacks
    • Secure all internet and email exchange at speed and scale
    • Evolve a sustainable Data Loss Prevention (DLP) strategy and execution for the cloud
  • Defining the synergy between Zero Trust and SASE. Recorded: Oct 19 2021 27 mins
    Mark Guntrip, Sr Director of Cybersecurity Strategy, Menlo Security
    Many security organizations are opting to take a Zero Trust approach to security. While this has traditionally been aligned with trusting identities, it extends into overall threat protection, meaning security departments assume that all content–regardless of whether it originates from a trusted source–is untrustworthy. Treating all content as if it is malicious eliminates the need to make an allow-or-block decision at the point of a click–resulting in a truly preventative approach to securing the anywhere, anytime workforce.

    By now you’ve also heard the acronym SASE (Secure Access Service Edge), a secure networking architecture that many security leaders are looking to deploy within their organizations. But what is the tie between Zero Trust and SASE? Does SASE come in a box? Do you need to choose between one or the other? During this session, Mark Guntrip, Senior Director of Cybersecurity Strategy at Menlo Security, will tackle these questions and dive deep on:
    · Why focusing on detection is a reactive approach to security
    · The relationship between SASE and Zero Trust
    · Getting the upper hand in fighting online security threats targeting your users.
  • オンデマンドセミナー:物理 or VDI or アイソレーション Recorded: Oct 14 2021 27 mins
    寺田大地(てらだだいち). システム・エンジニア・マネージャー
    インターネットの脅威から社内ネットワークを保護するために多くの組織がネットワーク分離を導入しています。しかし、そこには利便性や生産性の低下、コストの増大、脅威のすり抜けといった課題が残っています。本セッションでは、全く新しいアプローチでそれらの課題を解決する「アイソレーション」について解説します。
  • SASE as a menu, not a Recipe Recorded: Oct 13 2021 25 mins
    Mark Guntrip, Senior Director Cybersecurity Strategy, Menlo Security
    If you’re a growing modern business, you likely have an appetite for the secure access service edge (SASE). We hate to break it to you, but there’s no “secret sauce” when it comes to successfully implementing the SASE framework. Every organization is different, with variying priorities for protecting their employees, customers, data, devices, and applications. It’s best to look at SASE as a themed menu of converged technologies that allows you to choose ones that will deliver the maximum business impact. During this discussion featuring Menlo Security’s Senior Director of Cybersecurity Strategy, Mark Guntrip, he invites you to take a seat at the SASE table to learn about the deployment menu you can build for your organization. Attendees can expect to learn:

    • Why Zero Trust and SASE are the perfect pairings
    • How SASE enables organizations to taste productivity gains
    • How organizations can create a mix of satisfying integrated controls
  • Securing the Law Firm Recorded: Oct 11 2021 19 mins
    Brett Raybould, Solutions Architect, Menlo Security
    The pandemic has accelerated the digitization of law firms as they embrace technology with a legal foundation, often in the cloud, to differentiate services, build better customer experiences and generate new revenue streams. Securing these innovations for a potentially permanently distributed workforce, generating, and exchanging an ever-increasing number of digital documents and spending more time on-line, only increases the risk of successful ransomware and phishing attacks.

    The race is on to establish a prevention-based, zero trust approach to cyber security within law firms – an approach that not only reduces risk but enables innovation, promotes productivity and quickly demonstrates return on investment.
    Using best practice examples taken from our global legal client base, this presentation will cover how to:
    • Promote security specialist and lawyer productivity with proactive attack prevention
    • Optimize security operations for a distributed workforce
    • Realize the value of zero trust in preventing ransomware attacks
    • Secure all internet and email exchange at speed and scale
    • Evolve a sustainable Data Loss Prevention (DLP) strategy and execution for the cloud
  • Prioritizing steps on your path to SASE Recorded: Oct 6 2021 53 mins
    John Grady, Senior Analyst, ESG & Eric Schwake, Director of Cybersecurity Strategy, Menlo Security
    Today’s modern business requires greater agility, and to achieve that, they’re laser-focused on the shift to the cloud. At the same time, the workforce has shifted from mobile to fully remote, with more location flexibility anticipated to be a lasting impact of the pandemic. This emphasis on digital transformation initiatives requires organizations to reimagine their network and security strategies. That’s why many are looking to secure access service edge (SASE) to align security and networking architectures in a cloud-delivery model. However, moving to SASE requires a phased approach that aligns with an organization’s specific business objectives.

    Join ESG Senior Analyst John Grady and Menlo Security Director of Cybersecurity Strategy Eric Schwake as they discuss how security leaders today can take a pragmatic path to SASE. Expect to learn more about topics that include:
    - The criticality of protecting browser-based traffic
    - Leveraging SASE as a business enabler
    - How to take a Zero Trust-oriented path towards SASE
  • Zero Trust and the Power of Isolation for Threat Prevention Recorded: Sep 29 2021 18 mins
    Marlese Lessing, SDxCentral & Mark Guntrip, Sr Director Cybersecurity Strategy, Menlo Security
    Recent waves of security breaches tied to phishing emails, ransomware attacks, and other threat campaigns are causing cybersecurity professionals to revisit their approaches to securing their organizations.

    Fueled by rapid cloud adoption to cater to distributed workforces, many organizations have found their legacy security measures fail to identify threats and protect modern networks. Legacy detect-and-remediate approaches have long been the cybersecurity standard, but savvy threat actors easily poke holes in that strategy.

    Organizations are looking to isolation-powered security solutions to provide an alternative method to current, failing architectures to overcome challenges presented by complex networks and expanded attack surfaces. These modern and effective techniques separate the network from the Internet, assuming all traffic is inherently bad–hence the moniker, “Zero Trust.”

    During this upcoming discussion, Marlese Lessing, from SDxCentral, dives deep on the topic with industry expert and Senior Director of Cybersecurity Strategy at Menlo Security, Mark Guntrip, to discuss the paradigm shift. Attendees can expect to learn about:

    • The rising threats of online attacks and security breaches.
    • How traditional detection-based solutions work and why they aren’t effective.
    • Why isolation-powered security solutions drastically reduce online security threats.
  • SASE as a menu, not a Recipe Recorded: Sep 28 2021 25 mins
    Mark Guntrip, Senior Director Cybersecurity Strategy, Menlo Security
    If you’re a growing modern business, you likely have an appetite for the secure access service edge (SASE). We hate to break it to you, but there’s no “secret sauce” when it comes to successfully implementing the SASE framework. Every organization is different, with variying priorities for protecting their employees, customers, data, devices, and applications. It’s best to look at SASE as a themed menu of converged technologies that allows you to choose ones that will deliver the maximum business impact. During this discussion featuring Menlo Security’s Senior Director of Cybersecurity Strategy, Mark Guntrip, he invites you to take a seat at the SASE table to learn about the deployment menu you can build for your organization. Attendees can expect to learn:

    • Why Zero Trust and SASE are the perfect pairings
    • How SASE enables organizations to taste productivity gains
    • How organizations can create a mix of satisfying integrated controls
  • Solving Your Trust Issues with SASE Recorded: Sep 22 2021 25 mins
    Jack Miller, Head of Global Pro Services | Menlo Security
    Zero Trust Security is an urgent priority for organizations with a vested interest in data security. But CISOs everywhere are struggling to find the best solution to enable Zero Trust measures without imposing restrictions and burdens on end-users or compromising their security stack.

    The current web, email, and end-point security solutions are not sufficient to address the exponential growth and advancement of cyber threats. However, a disruptive solution utilizing isolation can provide 100% malware-free email and web browsing in a non-disruptive, scalable manner. YES – 100%. Join this session to learn more about the changing future of using SASE service models to achieve Zero Trust Security.
  • Is SASE the Future? Recorded: Sep 17 2021 62 mins
    Dan Lohrmann | Earl Duby | Sinan Eren | Jack Miller
    SASE, or Secure Access Service Edge, is quickly growing to be the next big thing. 40% of enterprises will consider SASE adoption by 2024, compared with the 1% in 2018, according to Gartner. As more organizations adopt cloud to accommodate remote work, a Zero-Trust approach becomes essential. Workers need quick, reliable, and secure access to their SaaS applications and digital services, and SASE is here to help.

    As organizations and industry professionals start looking at SASE and what it can do for their business, it's important to get the facts straight. Join this webinar to learn what SASE can do for your network security, and what the future of SASE looks like.

    Join security experts as they discuss:

    - What SASE is
    - Why SASE has exploded in the network security space
    - Strategic insights into how best to implement SASE
    - Trends driving SASE growth and what they mean for the future

    Speakers:
    - Dan Lohrmann, CSO at Security Mentor
    - Earl Duby, CISO at Lear Corporation
    - Sinan Eren, VP Zero Trust Access at Barracuda
    - Jack Miller, Head of Global Professional Services at Menlo Security
  • Prioritizing steps on your path to SASE Recorded: Sep 16 2021 53 mins
    John Grady, Senior Analyst, ESG & Eric Schwake, Director of Cybersecurity Strategy, Menlo Security
    Today’s modern business requires greater agility, and to achieve that, they’re laser-focused on the shift to the cloud. At the same time, the workforce has shifted from mobile to fully remote, with more location flexibility anticipated to be a lasting impact of the pandemic. This emphasis on digital transformation initiatives requires organizations to reimagine their network and security strategies. That’s why many are looking to secure access service edge (SASE) to align security and networking architectures in a cloud-delivery model. However, moving to SASE requires a phased approach that aligns with an organization’s specific business objectives.

    Join ESG Senior Analyst John Grady and Menlo Security Director of Cybersecurity Strategy Eric Schwake as they discuss how security leaders today can take a pragmatic path to SASE. Expect to learn more about topics that include:
    - The criticality of protecting browser-based traffic
    - Leveraging SASE as a business enabler
    - How to take a Zero Trust-oriented path towards SASE
  • Your Data Has Moved to the Cloud. Has Your Security Stack? Recorded: Sep 15 2021 61 mins
    Jack Miller, Head of Professional Services, Menlo Security and Mitch Ashley, Analytist at Accelerated Strategies Group
    To protect productivity and enable modern businesses, today’s mobile workforce needs fast, secure, and reliable Internet access. Much of the currently deployed security technology is not equipped to secure today’s volume of Internet traffic, SaaS applications, or offer the security capabilities needed to overcome the challenges presented by today’s expanded attack surface. So, how should security teams secure work and keep up with the demands of the business and workforce?

    During this discussion, Jack Miller, Head of Global Professional Services at Menlo Security and a former CISO, will answer that question and dive deep into how organizations are moving away from legacy security solutions to overcome the challenges that remote work presents today.

    Speakers:
    Jack Miller, Head of Professional Services, Menlo Security
    Mitch Ashley, Analytist at Accelerated Strategies Group
Securing work where it happens. In the cloud.
Menlo Security enables organizations to outsmart threats, completely eliminating attacks and fully protecting productivity with a one-of-a-kind, isolation-powered cloud security platform. It’s the only solution to deliver on the promise of cloud security—by providing the most secure Zero Trust approach to preventing malicious attacks; by making security invisible to end users while they work online; and by removing the operational burden for security teams. Now organizations can offer a safe online experience, empowering users to work without worry while they keep the business moving forward.. For more information, visit http://www.menlosecurity.com or @menlosecurity.

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