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Cloud-Enabled: The Future of Endpoint Security

As the cost and complexity of deploying and maintaining on-premises security continues to rise, many endpoint security providers have embraced the cloud as the ideal way to deliver their solutions. Yet, incorporating cloud services into legacy architectures limits their ability to fully engage the tremendous power the cloud offers.

CrowdStrike Falcon recognized the value of cloud-delivery from the beginning, developing architecture built from the ground up to take full advantage of the cloud. CrowdStrike’s cloud-powered endpoint security not only ensures rapid deployment and infinite scalability, it increases your security posture by enabling real-time advanced threat protection across even the largest, distributed enterprises.

In this CrowdCast, Jackie Castelli, Sr. Product Manager will discuss:

• The advantages of endpoint protection purpose-built for the cloud – why it allows you to take full advantage of the cloud’s power

• The common concerns organizations face when evaluating cloud-based endpoint security - can privacy and control be assured?

• Real-world examples demonstrating the unique advantages offered by CrowdStrike Falcon’s innovative cloud-powered platform


About the Speaker:

Jackie Castelli
CrowdStrike, Sr. Product Manager

Jackie Castelli, CISSP, has over 20 years of experience in the cybersecurity industry. She has gained practical security experience in her roles as a security architect and data center manager. As a senior product marketing manager for CrowdStrike, she is responsible for educating the market about Falcon Host, CrowdStrike’s next-generation endpoint protection. Prior to CrowdStrike, Jackie worked in technical roles in pre-sales, IT and support. Jackie frequently speaks on cyber security topics at executive briefings and industry events.
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    Patrick Magat, Services Director (EMEA), CrowdStrike
    In a small or medium-sized business, you probably wear many different hats: VP of logistics one day, head of social media the next, and IT trouble-shooter the day after that.

    Are you comfortable wearing the Chief Information Security Officer hat for your business?

    Though most reporting on cyberattacks focuses on the impacts to large companies, the truth is that small businesses are not immune. eCrime groups know that small businesses rarely have the resources to defend themselves in the same way as large enterprises, which can make them lucrative targets for ransomware and cyber extortion.

    The threats are real, and the days of protecting your organization with simple antivirus and a firewall aregone. What can you do when you lack a full staff of cybersecurity experts to defend your business?

    In this webinar, CrowdStrike’s Patrick Magat will examine the cyber threats that target small businesses, sharing real-world examples plucked from the CrowdStrike case files. This will set the stage for a discussion of the building blocks of a successful cyber defence, and practical guidance for defending your business.

    Join this webinar to learn about:
    • Common cybersecurity misconceptions for small business
    • Real-world case studies of cyber intrusions and what could have been done to stop them
    • The basic structure of a successful cybersecurity program, including next-generation prevention, threat hunting, investigation and real-time response
    • How small businesses are using managed services to see, stop and prevent determined attackers, skipping the burden of building and managing a program themselves
  • Exposing The eCrime Ecosystem (EMEA) Jul 15 2021 9:00 am UTC 42 mins
    Jason Rivera, Director - Strategic Threat Advisory Group; Christian Rencken, Global Technical Lead – Falcon X Recon
    Throughout 2020, enterprise ransomware increasingly threatened organizations in every industry worldwide — and the threat continues. In the 2021 Global Threat Report, CrowdStrike outlined a vast, interconnected eCrime ecosystem with criminal adversaries existing to support enterprise ransomware operations. Many of these adversaries specialize and work in concert with each other, combining malicious services, ransomware distribution methods and monetization techniques to maximize their overall success and profitability.

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    Attend this webinar to:
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    • Gain insight on tactics such as extortion, data leak sites and the use of social media, underground forums and messaging apps
    • Learn how adversaries stepped up their development efforts, deploying a variety of inventive new methods to evade detection and confound defenders
    • See and understand how CrowdStrike provides full-spectrum intelligence capabilities that include adversary tradecraft, technical intelligence and digital risk monitoring.
  • How to Maximize ROI with Frictionless Zero Trust (APJ) Jul 15 2021 4:00 am UTC 48 mins
    Kapil Raina, VP, Identity Protection Marketing, CrowdStrike
    When 80 percent of the breaches involve credentials, it is clear that any identity can be compromised to launch large scale, persistent attacks on enterprises. With digital transformation and new market realities like remote workforce on the rise, there is an increased focus on Zero Trust security to protect enterprises from cyber threats.

    Enterprises looking to invest in a Zero Trust solution, ask these key questions: How do I reduce security complexity, improve user experience, save money, and reduce the time to identify and remediate breaches?

    In this CrowdCast, you will hear industry experts discuss:
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    • Real-life use cases with frictionless Zero Trust to improve ROI and threat prevention time
    • Frost & Sullivan’s analysis on how CrowdStrike’s customers saved over $5M with the frictionless Zero Trust approach
    • Actionable insights on how to get started with Zero Trust

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    • Tony Massimini, Senior Industry Analyst - Cybersecurity, Frost & Sullivan
    • Kapil Raina, VP, Identity Protection Marketing, CrowdStrike
  • Security without Borders for Mission-Critical Resilience (APJ) Jul 8 2021 4:00 am UTC 136 mins
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    • Resilience and Real-Time Protection with an Extensible, Platform-Based Security Strategy
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    This session is presented by:
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    • Sherif El-Nabawi, Vice President, Sales Engineering, CrowdStrike APJ
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    • Kristin Lovejoy, Principal, EY Technology Consulting: Global Cybersecurity Leader
    • Ryan Kalember, Executive Vice President, Cybersecurity Strategy, Proofpoint, Inc.
    • Allan Tan, Group Editor-in-Chief, CXOCIETY
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    • Tim Tudor, Chief Executive Officer, ECU Worldwide
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  • How To Protect, Detect and Mitigate Your IT Environments Against Cyber Crime Jul 7 2021 7:00 pm UTC 53 mins
    Andrew Harris, Sr. Director, Public Sector Technology Strategy
    As evident from the recent Sunburst attack, dynamic IT environments and digital transformation initiatives are vulnerable to bad actors that use a variety of tactics, techniques and procedures (TTPs) to launch a highly targeted attack through traditional IT processes.

    Enterprises should focus on mitigating the most recent Sunburst post-exploit activities while also preparing to detect, mitigate and prevent future threats that use similar TTPs.

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    • Lateral movement, including leveraging the use of service accounts
    • Golden SAML (Security Assertion Markup Language) credential dump of an Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS) server
  • Securing the Cloud: Take DevSecOps to the Next Level [EMEA] Jul 1 2021 9:00 am UTC 48 mins
    Michael Sentonas, Chief Technology Officer, CrowdStrike
    The need for speed and agility in today’s digital business requires changes to IT infrastructure, most notably the shift to cloud-native architectures and the adoption of DevOps application development. This shift has led many businesses to move to containers, microservices and Kubernetes (K8s) to improve the efficiency and scalability of development efforts and form the very foundation for their next-generation infrastructure.

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    A new report released by Enterprise Security Group — “Leveraging DevSecOps to Secure Cloud-native Applications” — reveals these findings from surveying 350+ security professionals:
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    • DevSecOps automation is a top cloud security priority
    • Visibility into configurations is a top concern
    • And more…

    Join CrowdStrike CTO Mike Sentonas as he examines these trends and provides an overview of the CrowdStrike approach to cloud security. Learn about the different approaches to securing the cloud and how CrowdStrike’s cloud-native solution provides end-to-end protection from the host to the cloud and everything in between.
  • Exposing The eCrime Ecosystem Jun 30 2021 7:00 pm UTC 42 mins
    Jason Rivera (Director - Strategic Threat Advisory Group), Christian Rencken (Global Technical Lead – Falcon X Recon)
    Throughout 2020, enterprise ransomware increasingly threatened organizations in every industry worldwide — and the threat continues. In the 2021 Global Threat Report, CrowdStrike outlined a vast, interconnected eCrime ecosystem with criminal adversaries existing to support enterprise ransomware operations. Many of these adversaries specialize and work in concert with each other, combining malicious services, ransomware distribution methods and monetization techniques to maximize their overall success and profitability.

    In this CrowdCast, you will gain deeper insight into the eCrime ecosystem and learn how to use threat intelligence to prevent your organization from being victimized by ransomware adversaries and their cartels. Using real-world examples and demonstrations, CrowdStrike experts will show you how to better analyze, understand and successfully combat the most sophisticated ransomware threats.

    Attend this webinar to:
    • Understand how criminal adversaries have expanded their ransomware activities — and made them even more potent
    • Gain insight on tactics such as extortion, data leak sites and the use of social media, underground forums and messaging apps
    • Learn how adversaries stepped up their development efforts, deploying a variety of inventive new methods to evade detection and confound defenders
    • See and understand how CrowdStrike provides full-spectrum intelligence capabilities that include adversary tradecraft, technical intelligence and digital risk monitoring.
  • How to Maximize ROI with Frictionless Zero Trust [NAM] Jun 23 2021 7:00 pm UTC 48 mins
    Jared Nussbaum (CISO), Tony Massimini (Senior Industry Analyst - Cybersecurity), Kapil Raina (VP - IP Marketing)
    When 80 percent of the breaches involve credentials, it is clear that any identity can be compromised to launch large scale, persistent attacks on enterprises. With digital transformation and new market realities like remote workforce on the rise, there is an increased focus on Zero Trust security to protect enterprises from cyber threats.

    Enterprises looking to invest in a Zero Trust solution, ask these key questions: How do I reduce security complexity, improve user experience, save money, and reduce the time to identify and remediate breaches?

    In this CrowdCast, you will hear industry experts discuss:
    • The frictionless Zero Trust strategy and why it matters
    • Real-life use cases with frictionless Zero Trust to improve ROI and threat prevention time
    • Frost & Sullivan’s analysis on how CrowdStrike’s customers saved over $5M with the frictionless Zero Trust approach
    • Actionable insights on how to get started with Zero Trust

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    Tony Massimini, Senior Industry Analyst - Cybersecurity, Frost & Sullivan
    Kapil Raina, VP - Identity Protection Marketing, CrowdStrike
  • Defending Your Small Business From Big Threats (APJ) Jun 22 2021 4:00 am UTC 53 mins
    Eric Bodkin, Director, Falcon Recovery Services
    Though most reporting on cyberattacks focuses on the impacts to large companies, the truth is that small businesses are not immune. 60% of small and medium businesses reported ransomware attacks in 2020. eCrime groups know that small businesses rarely have the resources to defend themselves in the same way as large enterprises, which can make them lucrative targets for ransomware and cyber extortion.

    The threats are real, and the days of protecting your organization with simple antivirus and a firewall are gone. What can you do when you lack a full staff of cybersecurity experts to defend your business? Are you comfortable wearing the Chief Information Security Officer hat for your small business?

    In this webinar, CrowdStrike’s Eric Bodkin will examine the cyber threats that target small businesses, sharing real-world examples plucked from the CrowdStrike case files. This will set the stage for a discussion of the building blocks of a successful cyber defense, and practical guidance for defending your business.

    Join this webcast to learn about:

    • Common cybersecurity misconceptions for small business
    • Real-world case studies of cyber intrusions and what could have been done to stop the
    • The basic structure of a successful cybersecurity program, including next-generation prevention, threat hunting, investigation and real-time response
    • How small businesses are using managed services to see, stop and prevent determined attackers, skipping the burden of building and managing a program themselves
  • How to Maximize ROI with Frictionless Zero Trust [EMEA] Jun 17 2021 9:00 am UTC 48 mins
    Kapil Raina, VP, Identity Protection Marketing, CrowdStrike
    When 80 percent of the breaches involve credentials, it is clear that any identity can be compromised to launch large scale, persistent attacks on enterprises. With digital transformation and new market realities like remote workforce on the rise, there is an increased focus on Zero Trust security to protect enterprises from cyber threats.

    Enterprises looking to invest in a Zero Trust solution, ask these key questions: How do I reduce security complexity, improve user experience, save money, and reduce the time to identify and remediate breaches?

    In this CrowdCast, you will hear industry experts discuss:
    • The frictionless Zero Trust strategy and why it matters
    • Real-life use cases with frictionless Zero Trust to improve ROI and threat prevention time
    • Frost & Sullivan’s analysis on how CrowdStrike’s customers saved over $5M with the frictionless Zero Trust approach
    • Actionable insights on how to get started with Zero Trust
  • Defending Your Small Business From Big Threats (NAM) Jun 16 2021 7:00 pm UTC 53 mins
    Eric Bodkin, Director, Falcon Recovery Services
    In a small or medium-sized business, you probably wear many different hats: VP of logistics one day, head of social media the next, and IT troubleshooter the day after that.

    Are you comfortable wearing the Chief Information Security Officer hat for your business?

    Though most reporting on cyberattacks focuses on the impacts to large companies, the truth is that small businesses are not immune. eCrime groups know that small businesses rarely have the resources to defend themselves in the same way as large enterprises, which can make them lucrative targets for ransomware and cyber extortion.

    The threats are real, and the days of protecting your organization with simple antivirus and a firewall are gone. What can you do when you lack a full staff of cybersecurity experts to defend your business?

    In this webinar, CrowdStrike’s Eric Bodkin will examine the cyber threats that target small businesses, sharing real-world examples plucked from the CrowdStrike case files. This will set the stage for a discussion of the building blocks of a successful cyber defense, and practical guidance for defending your business.

    Join this webcast to learn about:

    • Common cybersecurity misconceptions for small business
    • Real-world case studies of cyber intrusions and what could have been done to stop the
    • The basic structure of a successful cybersecurity program, including next-generation prevention, threat hunting, investigation and real-time response
    • How small businesses are using managed services to see, stop and prevent determined attackers, skipping the burden of building and managing a program themselves
  • Cybersecurity Risk for SMB - Defending Your Business From Big Threats (EMEA) Recorded: May 27 2021 34 mins
    Patrick Magat, Services Director (EMEA), CrowdStrike
    In a small or medium-sized business, you probably wear many different hats: VP of logistics one day, head of social media the next, and IT trouble-shooter the day after that.

    Are you comfortable wearing the Chief Information Security Officer hat for your business?

    Though most reporting on cyberattacks focuses on the impacts to large companies, the truth is that small businesses are not immune. eCrime groups know that small businesses rarely have the resources to defend themselves in the same way as large enterprises, which can make them lucrative targets for ransomware and cyber extortion.

    The threats are real, and the days of protecting your organization with simple antivirus and a firewall aregone. What can you do when you lack a full staff of cybersecurity experts to defend your business?

    In this webinar, CrowdStrike’s Patrick Magat will examine the cyber threats that target small businesses, sharing real-world examples plucked from the CrowdStrike case files. This will set the stage for a discussion of the building blocks of a successful cyber defence, and practical guidance for defending your business.

    Join this webinar to learn about:
    • Common cybersecurity misconceptions for small business
    • Real-world case studies of cyber intrusions and what could have been done to stop them
    • The basic structure of a successful cybersecurity program, including next-generation prevention, threat hunting, investigation and real-time response
    • How small businesses are using managed services to see, stop and prevent determined attackers, skipping the burden of building and managing a program themselves
  • Defending Your Small Business From Big Threats (NAM) Recorded: May 27 2021 53 mins
    Eric Bodkin, Director, Falcon Recovery Services
    In a small or medium-sized business, you probably wear many different hats: VP of logistics one day, head of social media the next, and IT troubleshooter the day after that.

    Are you comfortable wearing the Chief Information Security Officer hat for your business?

    Though most reporting on cyberattacks focuses on the impacts to large companies, the truth is that small businesses are not immune. eCrime groups know that small businesses rarely have the resources to defend themselves in the same way as large enterprises, which can make them lucrative targets for ransomware and cyber extortion.

    The threats are real, and the days of protecting your organization with simple antivirus and a firewall are gone. What can you do when you lack a full staff of cybersecurity experts to defend your business?

    In this webinar, CrowdStrike’s Eric Bodkin will examine the cyber threats that target small businesses, sharing real-world examples plucked from the CrowdStrike case files. This will set the stage for a discussion of the building blocks of a successful cyber defense, and practical guidance for defending your business.

    Join this webcast to learn about:

    • Common cybersecurity misconceptions for small business
    • Real-world case studies of cyber intrusions and what could have been done to stop the
    • The basic structure of a successful cybersecurity program, including next-generation prevention, threat hunting, investigation and real-time response
    • How small businesses are using managed services to see, stop and prevent determined attackers, skipping the burden of building and managing a program themselves
  • Retail Threat Landscape: Ransomware is on the Rise - EMEA Recorded: May 13 2021 57 mins
    Scott Jarkoff, Director, Strategic Threat Advisory Group, APJ & EMEA
    The huge amount of financial transactions generated by retail organisations poses an attractive target for threat adversaries. While the predominant threat to the retail industry has traditionally been from criminal adversaries leveraging malware designed to compromise Point-of-Sale (PoS) terminals, there has been a marked increase in major ransomware attacks affecting retailers. In this session, we will explore the adversaries targeting retail, their motivation, and dive deep into the tradecraft they wield during their operations.

    Join Scott Jarkoff, CrowdStrike’s Director, Strategic Threat Advisory Group for APJ & EMEA, as he discusses the e-crime attacks targeting retailers around the world, and the shift of focus from PoS to ransomware.
  • 2021 GLOBAL THREAT REPORT CROWDCAST - NAM Recorded: May 12 2021 62 mins
    Adam Meyers, SVP, Intelligence
    In a year when a global pandemic significantly changed how and where we work, the CrowdStrike® 2021 Global Threat Report has never been more highly anticipated. This year, the report exposes how cyber adversaries have exploited the situation, accelerating attacks and introducing increasingly damaging tactics, techniques and procedures.

    Join our webcast featuring CrowdStrike SVP of Intelligence Adam Meyers as he examines the notable threats, events and trends in the report. He will also offer pragmatic recommendations to help you better defend against cyberattacks in 2021 and beyond.

    Highlights include:

    - How the COVID-19 pandemic has changed cybersecurity
    - How “big game hunters” are targeting the healthcare sector
    - Significant nation-state-based targeted attacks and operations observed from China, Iran, DPRK, Russia and others
    - The CrowdStrike eCrime Index and how it measures the strength of the cybercriminal market over time
    - How ransomware adversaries are rapidly adopting data extortion methods
    - Steps you can take to proactively address these emerging threats
  • Financial Services Institutions Threat Landscape Recorded: May 6 2021 62 mins
    Scott Jarkoff, Director, Strategic Threat Advisory Group - APJ & EMEA, CrowdStrike
    The exponential growth of ransomware throughout 2020 has made it a pervasive and constant threat around the globe. Regardless of your business size, industry or location, preventing ransomware is critical to the health of your organization, both from a financial perspective as well as for your brand reputation. eCrime threat actors are focusing their efforts on extracting large payouts from their victims, and even resorting to extortion as a fallback. There has been a recent blurring of the lines between some nation state and eCrime threat adversaries, with those traditional lines of demarcation slowly disappearing.

    This session will cover the various threats CrowdStrike has observed globally, with a particular focus on the Financial Services Industry.

    Join Scott Jarkoff, CrowdStrike’s Director, Strategic Threat Advisory Group for APJ & EMEA, as he discusses the latest nation state and e-crime attacks targeting Financial Services Institutions around the world, and provide concepts attendees can leverage to remain vigilant against the discussed activity.
  • Bringing Big Data to Data Protection Recorded: May 6 2021 40 mins
    Dr. Christoph Bausewein, Director & Counsel, Data Protection & Policy, CrowdStrike
    This session will focus on the necessity of big data analytics to meet today’s cybersecurity and data protection requirements. It will begin with an overview of recent legal developments, including those related to GDPR and CCPA and highlight how threats to security are consequently impediments to data protection compliance.

    Attend this webinar to understand how effective, cloud-native big data technologies are critical for protecting privacy by detecting threats, identifying scope, preventing breaches and communicating accurate information to stakeholders.

    Topics that will be covered include:
    - Why cyber security is central to data protection
    - Why data protection needs big data
    - How big data enables cyber security

    Ultimately, attendees leave the session with an understanding of how CrowdStrike is a data protection partner.
  • How to Maximize ROI with Frictionless Zero Trust Recorded: May 6 2021 48 mins
    Kapil Raina, VP, Identity Protection Marketing, CrowdStrike
    When 80 percent of the breaches involve credentials, it is clear that any identity can be compromised to launch large scale, persistent attacks on enterprises. With digital transformation and new market realities like remote workforce on the rise, there is an increased focus on Zero Trust security to protect enterprises from cyber threats.

    Enterprises looking to invest in a Zero Trust solution, ask these key questions: How do I reduce security complexity, improve user experience, save money, and reduce the time to identify and remediate breaches?

    In this CrowdCast, you will hear industry experts discuss:

    The frictionless Zero Trust strategy and why it matters
    Real-life use cases with frictionless Zero Trust to improve ROI and threat prevention time
    Frost & Sullivan’s analysis on how CrowdStrike’s customers saved over $5M with the frictionless Zero Trust approach
    Actionable insights on how to get started with Zero Trust
  • Retail Threat Landscape: Ransomware is on the Rise - APJ Recorded: May 5 2021 57 mins
    Scott Jarkoff, Director, Strategic Threat Advisory Group, APJ & EMEA
    The huge amount of financial transactions generated by retail organisations poses an attractive target for threat adversaries. While the predominant threat to the retail industry has traditionally been from criminal adversaries leveraging malware designed to compromise Point-of-Sale (PoS) terminals, there has been a marked increase in major ransomware attacks affecting retailers. In this session, we will explore the adversaries targeting retail, their motivation, and dive deep into the tradecraft they wield during their operations.

    Join Scott Jarkoff, CrowdStrike’s Director, Strategic Threat Advisory Group for APJ & EMEA, as he discusses the e-crime attacks targeting retailers around the world, and the shift of focus from PoS to ransomware.
  • 2021 GLOBAL THREAT REPORT CROWDCAST - EMEA Recorded: Apr 29 2021 61 mins
    Adam Meyers, SVP, Intelligence
    In a year when a global pandemic significantly changed how and where we work, the CrowdStrike® 2021 Global Threat Report has never been more highly anticipated. This year, the report exposes how cyber adversaries have exploited the situation, accelerating attacks and introducing increasingly damaging tactics, techniques and procedures.

    Join our webcast featuring CrowdStrike SVP of Intelligence Adam Meyers as he examines the notable threats, events and trends in the report. He will also offer pragmatic recommendations to help you better defend against cyberattacks in 2021 and beyond.

    Highlights include:

    - How the COVID-19 pandemic has changed cybersecurity
    - How “big game hunters” are targeting the healthcare sector
    - Significant nation-state-based targeted attacks and operations observed from China, Iran, DPRK, Russia and others
    - The CrowdStrike eCrime Index and how it measures the strength of the cybercriminal market over time
    - How ransomware adversaries are rapidly adopting data extortion methods
    - Steps you can take to proactively address these emerging threats
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