When attackers compromise the perimeter or are operating from within, you need to know. You can only stop attackers from gaining a foothold in your network to expand their presence if you can see them. The indicators of a breach are often first observed within the network itself, therefore network monitoring and forensics plays an essential role in helping to detect, respond, and naturalise attacks.
In this webcast, Rob McGovern senior technical product manager at LogRhythm, will discuss how to quickly identify emerging threats in your IT environment using network monitoring and forensic tools.
• What Network Monitor is and the important role it plays in your security operations strategy
• Real-life use cases that highlight the power of Network Monitor
• How Network Monitor works with SIEM to reduce the mean-time-to-detect (MTTD) and mean-time-to-respond (MTTR) to cyber attacks
Register now to learn how monitoring your network can help you detect and investigate potential malicious behaviour within your IT environment.
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Erik Bartholomy, security architect (LogRhythm) and Gal Shpantzer, independent security consultant
The cyberattack surface is growing as organisations implement technologies such as the cloud or the internet of things (IoT). As a result, the traditional perimeter defence approach to security is no longer enough to protect your network.
In this webinar, Erik Bartholomy, security architect at LogRhythm, joins Gal Shpantzer, independent security consultant, to outline ways to build a comprehensive set of defences that can keep up with today’s cyberattacks.
You’ll discover how to:
- Develop a Zero Trust security framework
- Align IT security with business strategy and current threats
- Adapt architecture to accommodate different environments, including on-premises, cloud, and hybrid cloud
Watch now to learn how you can keep your network safe in the face of an evolving cyberattack surface.
Ryan Sommers, threat research manager (LogRhythm) Erika Noerenberg, senior malware analyst (LogRhythm)
2017 has been another year full of front-page computer security events and incidents. Headlines have bulged with state-sponsored attacks, ransomware, leaks, and a continuing wave of data breaches.
In this webcast, Ryan Sommers, threat research manager, and Erika Noerenberg, senior malware analyst, recap 2017 and discuss the biggest breaches and events, including WannaCry and NotPetya. The pair will provide valuable threat intelligence and key defensive strategies to help you improve your security operations in 2018.
• Notable security events of 2017
• Notable malware threats of 2017
• Common themes and trends exploited by hackers
• Key defensive strategies for 2018
Register now to gain critical threat intelligence on the biggest threats of 2017 and tips to help protect your organisation in 2018.
2017 is not yet over and it's already the year of cyber attacks. From phishing, to hacks, to classified hacking tools leaked and the biggest ransomware attacks to date (Wannacry, NotPetya), security professionals across the world are looking to apply the lessons learned in 2017 for improved cyber security next year.
Watch this interactive Q&A panel with experts from the artificial intelligence, deep learning and IoT security space to learn about:
- The biggest attack trends seen so far
- Impact across industries
- Threats on the horizon
- Recommendations to better secure your data and company in 2018
- Shimon Oren, Head of Cyber-Intelligence at Deep Instinct
- Ted Harrington, Executive Partner at Independent Security Evaluators
- Greg Foss, Global SecOps Manager at LogRhythm
Greg Foss (LogRhythm), Paul Asadoorian (Security Weekly), John Strand (Black Hills Information Security)
Phishing campaigns are among the most common and damaging cyberattacks. Despite how common and successful phishing attacks are, often times organisations and their employees are ill-prepared to handle these threats.
In this webinar, Greg Foss, LogRhythm Manager of Global Security Operations, Paul Asadoorian, Security Weekly CEO and Founder, and John Strand, Black Hills Information Security Owner and Security Analyst, discuss phishing attacks and how you can protect yourself from them. Additionally, the three go on to discuss how LogRhythm’s open-source Phishing Intelligence Engine (PIE), can help streamline and automate the entire process of tracking, analysing, and responding to phishing emails.
Watch now to learn how LogRhythm is helping to automate the detection and response to phishing attacks.
Alongside an expanding attack surface resulting from the growth of cloud, mobile and IoT, organisations are now increasingly faced by internal threats. Insider threats, compromised accounts, administrator abuse and other user-based threats are some of the most damaging vulnerabilities and the hardest to detect. This has led to the evolution of user and entity-based analytics (UEBA) solutions, designed to address user based threats, and through the use of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning these solutions are advancing threat detection capabilities in modern security operation centers.
In this webinar, Mark Settle, LogRhythm Product Marketing Manager, and Samir Jain, Senior Product Manager, UEBA, discuss the evolving UEBA market, and advancements in the technology fueling these solutions.
Webinar attendees will learn:
• How advancements in AI and machine learning technology are enabling security analytics and in particular UEBA.
• Why security analytics solutions are moving to cloud infrastructure, and the security implications compared to on premise platforms.
• What security mature organisations are asking for versus what is being delivered
• Whether UEBA solutions are better delivered via security analytics/SIEM platforms, or via stand alone solutions
Paul Asadoorian (Security Weekly, Founder & CEO) Greg Foss (SecOps Manager, LogRhythm) Rob McGovern (TPM, LogRhythm)
Do you believe you have what it takes to secure your network? Find out how you can successfully detect attackers or penetration testers by monitoring and analysing your network data in this Security Weekly webcast.
This talk will guide you through securing your network the smart way and closing commonly exploited holes often left open by defenders.
You’ll also learn how LogRhythm Network Monitor can help you:
• Detect someone attempting to compromise your network
• Increase visibility and generate insights from your network data
• More effectively test your network defences
Watch now to discover how to successfully defend your network against pen testers or real-world attackers.
Building fortresses has long ceased to be an option. Rather, the IT security focus has moved to dealing with the inevitable breaches as quickly, thoroughly and efficiently as possible – disarming threats before any real damage can be done. This means reducing risk to the business by cutting the mean time to detect (MTTD) and mean time to respond (MTTR).
During this video we’ll be looking at how businesses can better protect themselves by adopting an end-to-end process known as threat lifecycle management (TLM), with a focus on improving the effectiveness of both detection and response.
Key topics up for discussion:
· Speeding up detection and mitigation with machine learning
· Reducing mean time to respond (MTTR)
· The problem of 'alert fatigue’
· Automating recovery
· Next generation security information and event management (SIEM)
James Carder (LogRhythm CISO & VP of LogRhythm Labs), Matt Bromiley (SANS Analyst and DFIR Instructor)
SANS' 2016 survey of incident response (IR) capabilities indicated that the IR landscape was ever changing. Advanced industries were able to maintain effective IR teams, but it identified hurdles responders face to increase the efficiency of their IR teams.
In this SANS Incident Response Survey webcast, James Carder, LogRhythm CISO & VP of LogRhythm Labs, joins industry experts to explore the results of the fourth annual SANS survey on incident response. Together they'll provide insight into the maturity of IR processes and functions spanning a variety of environments.
• Types of attacks experienced and nature of the breaches
• Time needed to detect, contain, and remediate breaches
• Maturity of network visibility infrastructures and security operations centers' response capabilities
Watch now to learn more about the incident response capabilities of your peers and how IR can help you protect your network.
This webinar will focus on the cultural shift from tightly controlled business networks of yesterday to the converged fabric adopted by businesses today. BYOD is becoming a normality for most organisations and it doesn't have to be a heavy burden for security teams with the right policies, people and technology in place. We'll dive into some of the options available for these challenges in this webinar and how having the right BYOD strategy can play an integral role in an organisation's preparation for EU GDPR compliance.
- The security options available today to enable an efficient and safe BYOD strategy
- How implementing a strong BYOD strategy can help compliance
- How you can reduce the risk of suffering a damaging cyber-breach
Globally, sophisticated cyber-attacks are compromising organisations at an unprecedented rate and with devastating consequences. Today’s hackers are motivated by a wide range of objectives that include financial gain, industrial espionage, cyber-warfare, and terrorism. The odds that your organisation will be compromised are high with a recent report indicating that 76 percent of surveyed organisations suffered a data breach in 2016. Organisations increasingly expect that it’s not if they will be compromised, but rather when will they be compromised.
Malcolm Harkins (Cylance), Erika Noerenberg (LogRhythm Labs), Nadir Izrael (Armis), Michael Landewe (Avanan)
The NotPetya pandemic that started in late June and disrupted the operations across companies, utilities, government agencies across France, Russia, Spain, Ukraine and the United States, happened just weeks after the WannaCry ransomware attack. Was NotPetya a financially motivated ransomware attack or an act of cyberwar?
Watch this on-demand Q&A session with industry experts and hear answers to questions your peers have asked on the Petya/NotPetya pandemic.
- Difference between cybercrime and cyberwar
- Industries targeted in the NotPetya attack
- Short-term and long-term impact of this attack
- Requirements and recommendations for strengthening cyber defense
- Malcolm Harkins, CSO of Cylance
- Erika Noerenberg, Threat Research Engineer, LogRhythm Labs
- Nadir Izrael, CTO of Armis
- Michael Landewe, Co- Founder of Avanan Cloud Security
Seth Goldhammer (Sr. Director of Product Management at LogRhythm) Roselle Safran (Co-founder of Uplevel Security)
Industry estimates project that there will be a shortfall of as many as one million cybersecurity professionals in the next few years.
In this webinar, Seth Goldhammer, senior director of product management at LogRhythm, will join speakers from Dark Reading to discuss how organisations can manage the cybersecurity skills shortage.
- Methods for improving security operations capabilities with fewer resources
- Time-saving tools for automating security functions
- Effective ways to utilise outsourcing and third-party services
- Best practices for hiring and retaining staff in a competitive market
Watch now to learn how to manage the lack of skilled cybersecurity professionals.
Randy Franklin Smith (Windows Security expert) and Jake Reynolds (LogRhythm technical alliances engineer)
Sysmon v6.01 is out from Windows Sysinternals and it’s even better than ever. This free tool runs in the background of your machine and provides efficient and powerful tracking of key security activity data that you can use to catch threat actors.
In this webcast, Jake Reynolds, technical alliances engineer, joins Randy Franklin Smith, Windows Security subject matter expert, to discuss how Sysmon works and how to set it up to properly generate insightful information. Together they also demonstrate how LogRhythm’s analytics capabilities can help you detect threats by correlating Sysmon logs with other logs from your IT environment.
- Advantages of Sysmon over Windows Security Logs
- How Sysmon works
- How to configure Sysmon to work with LogRhythm
- How to detect threats with LogRhythm’s threat detection modules using Sysmon logs
Watch now to learn how to use Sysmon events and LogRhythm to detect malicious activity on your endpoints.
Randy Franklin Smith (Windows Security expert), Chris Martin (Security Engineer), Caitlin NoePayne (LogRhythm Sr. TPM)
Over time, any given computer on your network will establish a pattern of systems it does and doesn’t talk to. If you can properly baseline that behaviour and detect when the computer deviates from normal activity you can produce critical early warnings of a potential incident.
In this webcast, LogRhythm’s senior technical product manager, Caitlin NoePayne, and principal sales engineer, Chris Martin, join Randy Franklin Smith, Windows Security subject matter expert, to discuss detecting computers on your network talking for the first time using Windows Security Events. They will also demonstrate LogRhythm behavioural analytics rules and case management features that help analysts follow up on suspicious activity alerts.
Learn how to:
• Configure your audit policy to generate relevant security events
• Establish baseline behaviour of the machines on your environment
• Monitor and detect traffic patterns to detect an attacker embedded in your network using Windows Security Events
• Speed up investigation and response with Security Automation and Orchestration
Watch now to learn how to use Windows Security Events and LogRhythm to detect when two computers on your network talk to each other for the first time.
John Pironti, president of IP Architects, and Michael Dalgleish, director of sales engineering at LogRhythm
The perils of security breaches are widely publicised, but do you know exactly how an attack or breach would affect your business?
In this webinar John Pironti, president of IP Architects, and Michael Dalgleish, director of sales engineering at LogRhythm, will discuss the costs of recent data breaches and illustrate the best ways to determine your organisation’s cyber risk profile. The duo will also teach you about the security tools and processes you can implement to strengthen your security operations.
Watch now to learn how to take your security operations to the next level.
Seth Goldhammer, Dir. Product Management at LogRhythm & Randy Franklin Smith, Windows Security Expert
Preventing attackers from gaining control of network endpoints is difficult. Your preventative controls might stop such an event, but defence-in-depth best practices recommend a multi-layered security approach to protect your organisation.
In this webcast, Seth Goldhammer, Director of Product Management at LogRhythm, joins Randy Franklin Smith, Windows Security subject matter expert, to discuss how to detect attackers in various stages of the Cyber Attack Lifecycle. The duo examines Windows and Windows Firewall events including:
* 4798—A user's local group membership was enumerated
* 4799—A security-enabled local group membership was enumerated
* 4627—Group membership information
* 6416—A new external device was recognised by the system
They also show how LogRhythm’s analytics can recognise progression along the Cyber Attack Lifecycle, while increasing risk scoring with each progression, and how LogRhythm can infer additional context about a user during analysis.
Watch now to learn how to take your security operations to the next level.
Ross Brewer, vice president and managing director EMEA, LogRhythm & Josh Downs, Senior Community Manager, BrightTALK
As technology advances, so does the threat landscape, with cyber criminals effectively exploiting weak points on an almost daily basis. When malware infiltrates an organisation’s first layer of defence, it can spread quickly throughout the network, exposing data and weakening security - and in most cases this happens faster than analysts or administrators have time to react to. Indeed, with reams of data being generated and transferred over networks, organisations are having a hard time monitoring everything, which means potential threats can easily go unnoticed.
Organisations need to rely on machines to detect and respond to threats more quickly and efficiently. Even enterprises with a dedicated security team that monitors the latest security threat trends and understands the blueprint of evolving attack vectors still need to continuously monitor all network activity. The sheer volume of processes, services and applications running on a corporate network is just too much for human beings to monitor alone. However, this doesn’t mean that human analysis is not important.
User and entity behavioural analytics (UEBA) is essential in keeping up with continuously evolving threats and making sense of anomalous network behaviour. Security approaches that utilise both machine learning and human analysis enable all threats to be analysed for effective detection and response, ensuring all data is accounted for and including the human element to help reduce the opportunities for false positives. To keep up with the ever-changing security landscape, companies need to integrate internal and external threat context in their environment by updating processing rules for operating systems, applications, and network devices in order to strengthen the accuracy of real-time machine analytics.
Jonathan Williams (MIDAS Alliance), Andy Green (BLOCKPHISH), Martin Cook (LogRhythm), Gabriel Hopkins (Fico)
Phishing e-mail scams have been plaguing banks and their customers with many questioning how tight security is within the sector.
How can scammers be stopped and how can banks educate internally and externally to prevent future mishaps?
Join this panel where we will discuss:
- General safeguards and measures that banks can put in place
-The role of payment service user education in preventing phishing
- Where does behavioural analysis fit alongside other security measures
- Prevention of director/CEO and invoice fraud
- Prevention vs detection and outcome/data sharing
Today’s reality is that organisations will continue to be confronted by increasingly frequent and complex cyber threats. It’s not a matter of if your organisation will be compromised, but when.
The Threat Lifecycle Management Framework (TLM) is a series of aligned security operations capabilities. It begins with the ability to see broadly and deeply across your IT environment and ends with the ability to quickly mitigate and recover from security incidents. The result? A reduction in your mean time to detect and mean time to respond without adding staff to accomplish the job.
In this webcast, Chris Martin, LogRhythm security expert, will explain what TLM is and demonstrate how the end-to-end security workflow helps reduce your mean time to detect and respond to cyber threats.
• The definition and details of the TLM framework
• How TLM enables you to sort through the noise to highlight and investigate concerning incidents
• How TLM works to streamline processes through automated workflow
• Specific use cases TLM can address to prevent major data breaches
Register now to learn how to enhance your threat detection and response capabilities with LogRhythm and Threat Lifecycle Management (TLM).
LogRhythm is the pioneer in Threat Lifecycle ManagementTM (TLM) technology, empowering organisations to rapidly detect, respond to and neutralise damaging cyberthreats. Our platform unifies leading-edge data lake technology, artificial intelligence, security analytics and security automation and orchestration in a single end-to-end solution.
LogRhythm serves as the foundation for the AI-enabled security operations centre, helping customers secure their cloud, physical and virtual infrastructures for both IT and OT environments.
Visit our website for more information: http://www.logrhythm.com/