The device landscape on enterprise networks has evolved from a static set of laptops, workstations and servers to a diverse mix of mobile, BYOD, IoT and OT devices, as well as virtual machines. Many of these devices are transient and come and go with increasing frequency. Without continuous visibility and classification of connected devices, it’s impossible to establish an accurate device inventory or an in-depth understanding of device risk profiles. This visibility gap is being targeted by bad actors to gain a foothold on the network and access sensitive information or cause business disruption.
Join us to learn how the ForeScout platform helps organizations classify devices across their extended enterprise. Gain insight into the new capabilities of CounterACT 8, including:
• Real-time, granular auto-classification of enterprise devices without relying on agents
• Device profile updates from ForeScout Device Cloud, a crowd-sourced repository of IoT device insight from more than 500 real-world customer environments
• Extending built-in classification capabilities to create your own custom classification policies
RecordedMay 15 201846 mins
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Chris Duffey, Splunk OT Solution Strategist; Brian Proctor, Forescout Principal OT Strategist
Arm your SOC with greater visibility of threats across the Enterprise.
Industrial organizations are under pressure to monitor and secure their operational technology (OT) and industrial control system (ICS) networks as illustrated by the U.S. Department of Energy’s recent 100-Day Plan announcement which includes concrete milestones for electric utility owners and operators to identify and deploy technology and systems to provide enhanced ICS cybersecurity visibility detection, mitigation, and forensic capabilities.
To meet the increased pressure and milestones of the 100-Day Plan, asset owners must gain complete visibility into devices and network operations in a manageable way.
Forescout and Splunk enhances security operations and asset management practices with comprehensive device intelligence, threat detection and context-aware workflows for faster and more effective cyber and operational risk mitigation.
Join Forescout and Splunk to learn how this combined solution can help you meet these rigorous milestones including:
- Capturing and maintaining an accurate OT asset inventory
- Accurately detect OT threats within Splunk
- Prioritizing risks and vulnerabilities according to urgency and risk level
- Reducing MTTR to cyber and operational threats
- Easily generating reports for internal and regulatory compliance
Chris Duffey, Splunk OT Solutions Strategist
Brian Proctor, Forescout Principal OT Strategist – Americas
Chad Elmendorf, moderator, Forescout Sr. Product Marketing Manager
Elisa Costante, Forescout VP Research Engineering; Tony Douglas, Forescout Healthcare Director
Vulnerabilities in TCP/ IP stacks represent an emerging threat for Healthcare Delivery Organizations (HDOs). Forescout Research Labs recently released a report on the latest TCP/IP vulnerabilities, after analyzing the data from the Forescout Device Cloud. The research found HDOs are likely to have five times the number of affected devices on their networks. These and other vulnerable devices often share the same segments of an organization’s network, which increases the potential likelihood and impact of cyberattacks.
Join Elisa Costante, Vice President Research Engineering, Tony Douglas, Healthcare Director, Tamer Baker, Regional CTO and Robert Slocum, Senior Product Marketing Manager, for an interactive roundtable discussion on:
• Newly disclosed TCP/IP vulnerabilities that impact health delivery organizations (HDOs)
• The most common IoT, IoMT and medical devices impacted by these vulnerabilities
• Effective Zero Trust architecture and continuous visibility to identify, segment and enforce compliance
Daniel dos Santos, Research Engr Mgr, Tamer Baker, CTO, Robert Slocum, PMM
Forescout Research Labs, in collaboration with JSOF Research, recently released the third study from Project Memoria - the industry’s most comprehensive study of TCP/IP vulnerabilities. NAME: WRECK covers nine vulnerabilities affecting four popular TCP/IP stacks. These vulnerabilities relate to DNS implementations and can cause Denial of Service or Remote Code Execution, allowing attackers to take targeted IT, IoT or OT devices offline or take control of them.
Join this roundtable discussion to learn about:
• The most recently discovered vulnerabilities and how they impact FreeBSD, IPnet, Nucleus NET and NetX TCP/IP stacks
• The types of organizations and devices these vulnerabilities are most likely to affect
• How Forescout can help assess risk and protect enterprise networks
• Mitigation strategies, tips & tricks and more
Daniel dos Santos, Research Manager, Forescout Research Labs
Tamer Baker, Forescout CTO, Regional
Robert Slocum, Forescout Sr. Product Marketing Manager
Jeff Haidet, Director of Application Development and Architecture, South Central Power Co.
Ohio’s South Central Power Company (SCP) had invested considerable time and money in a multilayered, multivendor security stack. However, SCP officials still had no idea how many devices were on its network or whether their portfolio provided accurate information. They knew a Zero Trust solution could help but weren’t interested in adding another point solution.
In this Lessons from the Trenches webinar, SCP’s Jeff Haidet discusses how he and his team searched for and found the platform that brought complete visibility and effective Zero Trust policy enforcement to South Central Power.
Discussion highlights include:
· The benefits of complete device visibility and effective Zero Trust policy enforcement
· Applying continuous enforcement and monitoring of least-privileged NAC
· Simplifying and accelerating design and deployment of network segmentation
· Enhancing the overall effectiveness and value of SPC’s security stack
Robert S, PMM, Daniel S, Research Engr Mgr, T Baker, Principle Systems Engr, Robert L, Sr Systems Engineer
The recent Verkada security camera breach impacted 150,000 IP cameras. This massive breach dominated headlines and spurred conversations among enterprise security teams and Board members who want answers to one critical question: Are our IoT devices secure?
What can we learn from this breach in light of increasingly frequent attacks on IoT devices? Please join us as members of Forescout Research Labs, our system engineers and a featured Forescout customer discuss:
• The recent attack landscape
• Newly discovered IoT device vulnerabilities
• Trends and best practices to mitigate these IoT risks
Keith Gilbert, Systems Engineer, Forescout Technologies
Are you actively protecting your networks from unexpected downtime?
Have you been making trade-offs between OT security and uptime for the sake of business continuity? What if you don’t have to?
Now you can prevent unplanned operational downtime and inefficiencies with an optimized OT cybersecurity strategy that includes:
•ICS/OT threat detection and baselining
•Optimized risk analysis
•Network and device group probing
Join this webinar to learn more about four key principles for minimizing cybersecurity risks across your OT devices:
•Know what’s on your network
•Introduce an Asset Risk Framework
•Organize network devices according to the Purdue Model
•Selectively probe networks and regulate device access
Register now to learn how you can reduce business risk with cyber and operational incident prevention.
Edward Tuorinsky, Principal DTS, Carmen Santos-Logan, Deputy Director, DoD CIO, Cpt. David Tan, C2C Project Officer, USMC
Comply-to-Connect is a framework that restricts unauthorized device access; reduces known vulnerabilities; takes actions to detect, identify, characterize, report and deter anomalous behaviors; and maintains the secure configuration of the network and its information resources. C2C capabilities secure all endpoints connected to the DODIN including IT, OT, PIT, ICS, IoT, Cloud and Datacenter devices. Watch now to learn from DoD leaders how C2C is rolling out across the DoD Enterprise to make cybersecurity move effectively and efficiently.
Daniel dos Santos – Research Engineer, Forescout & AJ Dunham – Principal Systems Engineer, Forescout
Forescout Research Labs discovered 33 vulnerabilities, four that are critical, lurking in millions of enterprise IoT, OT and IT devices. These vulnerabilities can cause memory corruption and affect four open-source TCP/IP stacks in widespread use across devices from over 150 vendors. Cybercriminals can target these vulnerabilities to perform remote code execution, cause denial of service and expose sensitive information.
Watch this webinar to learn more about:
• The AMNESIA:33 vulnerabilities and how they impact the uIP, picoTCP, FNET and Nut/Net open-source TCP/IP stacks
• The widespread use and proliferation of these stacks in embedded components, IoT, OT systems, network equipment and IT devices
• How these vulnerabilities can be used to target organizations worldwide, including retail, manufacturing, healthcare and critical infrastructure
• Best practices for organizations that are at risk of being targeted by cyberattacks exploiting these vulnerabilities
• How Forescout can help identify and mitigate the risk from these vulnerabilities to protect enterprise networks
Andrew Silberman, CyberArk, Constantine Kipnis, Forescout, Chris Rouland, Phosphorus, and Earle Ady, Phosphorus
Nearly every device these days can be used to connect to the internet – and to your network. A high percentage of IoT devices still use default credentials and have firmware that’s many years old, providing easy pathways for attackers to breach the network and exfiltrate data.
Until now, staying on top of the number of networked IoT devices used by humans and applications has been a tall order requiring vigilance and a LOT of manual work. CyberArk, Forescout and Phosphorus are changing that. During this webinar, these security leaders will show you how to:
• Continuously discover and assess all IoT devices connecting to your network
• Automatically onboard IoT devices and credentials for centralized lifecycle management and security
• Rapidly detect and respond to IoT risk and credential threats
• Continuously control network and system access for all devices and users
Gitesh Shah, Senior Product Manager, Forescout Technologies Inc.
Unlock the potential of your existing security solutions with eyeExtend Connect Apps – Forescout’s recent product offering. eyeExtend Connect Apps helps you easily integrate your IT and security management technologies with the Forescout platform to gain superior device intelligence on Enterprise of Things (EoT) assets and accelerate threat response by orchestrating security workflows.
Attend this webinar to learn more on:
• The evolution of Forescout’s OIM product
• Easy-to-build, consume and sharable apps
• How to build orchestration apps for any custom- or home-grown applications, security tools and management systems with open APIs
• Leveraging the available app ecosystem
Karl Klaessig, Dir. Product Mktg, Security Operations, ServiceNow and Shawn Taylor, Sr. SE, Forescout Technologies
In today’s era of aggressive digital transformation, how can you maintain continuous asset accountability and streamline security workflows as the IT, IoT and OT connected device landscape rapidly grows and changes? Environments like healthcare, industrial, utilities, manufacturing and critical infrastructure must always address this need while also ensuring the integrity of business and security operations, otherwise risk significant financial losses or more dangerous perils. In this webinar, we will discuss how to achieve the following without operational disruption or re-designing your network.
• Maintain continuous IT, IoT & OT asset accuracy
• Automate policy/compliance enforcement and incident response
• Dynamically control network access and segmentation
Minakshi Sehgal – Sr. Product Marketing Manager, Mike Lindsay – Sr. Director Product Management
Most security products are working on partial device insight, don’t work together and cannot take quick, unified action when a threat is identified. The result is unrealized potential of your current security investments, operational inefficiencies and increased mean time to respond to threats.
Learn how you can leverage your current investment in Forescout and elevate your security posture by:
• Making your IT and security solutions work better together
• Empowering personnel with actionable device insights
• Responding faster to risks and threats
Lyle Kelly, Sr. SE, Forescout; Tom Finn, Dir. Bus Dev, & Chris Thompson, SE Dir., Medigate
In order to successfully implement segmentation controls for healthcare delivery organizations, it is key to leverage real-time, rich contextual device and risk intelligence, particularly for medical devices, that also drives automation of dynamic context-aware segmentation and network access policy enforcement without compromising critical operations or patient safety. Learn how the Forescout and Medigate integrated solution helps you proactively and safely defend against cyberattacks or breaches through advanced device intelligence and segmentation controls.
Watch this webinar to witness advancements such as:
• Comprehensive depth and breadth of enterprise-wide device discovery, identification and profiling, particularly for medical devices
• Passive device profiling and dynamic controls for heterogeneous networks that address long-standing obstacles to successful segmentation practices,
• Why a confident, "no-regrets" approach can now be taken and how implementation timelines are being cut by 10x
Ellen Sundra, VP Global Systems Engineering, Forescout Technologies and Hunter Mueller, President & CEO, HMG Strategy
EXECUTIVE INTERVIEW: Measuring Risk in 2020 - The Enterprise of Things Security Report
While cybersecurity teams work to address operational and functional security gaps, cybercriminals develop attacks that target the top areas of vulnerability they’re able to exploit. Join Hunter Muller and Ellen Sundra as they discuss recent findings from the Forescout Device Cloud, the world’s largest repository of connected device data which analyzed the risk posture of more than 8 million devices to uncover detailed information about the Top 10 riskiest device types in enterprise networks, the riskiest devices by vertical industry along with recommendations to mitigate ad remediate identified points of risk.
Download The Enterprise of Things Security Report: State of IoT Security in 2020 here: https://www.forescout.com/the-enterprise-of-things-security-report-state-of-iot-security-in-2020/
Visit HMG Strategy at https://hmgstrategy.com/ to learn more about their community of events.
Daniel Trivellato, Senior Director of Product Management at Forescout Technologies Inc.
It’s much more than just a name change. With the release of eyeInspect 4.2 (formerly SilentDefense™), Forescout marks a significant advancement in cybersecurity and network monitoring for operational technology (OT) and industrial control system (ICS) asset owners.
Join Daniel Trivellato, Sr. Product Director for eyeInspect, as he covers recent innovations in eyeInspect 4.2 and demonstrates how you can streamline analyst operations, optimize threat analysis and response and automate compliance tasks.
eyeInspect 4.2 is destined to become the gold standard for OT and ICS cybersecurity. Register for the webinar to see why.
Geoffrey Moore, Michael DeCesare, Greg Clark, Dave DeWalt, and Enrique Salem
It was only a few years ago that organizations began to recognize the rising threat posed by billions of newly connected Internet of Things devices. Today, this device explosion has become a massive challenge, with managed systems, unmanaged IoT devices and operational technologies all connecting to corporate networks. The modern enterprise has become an Enterprise of Things with a continually expanding risk surface that creates new openings for cyberattacks if not properly secured.
Join a discussion hosted by Geoffrey Moore, advisor and author of Zone to Win, with top industry experts as they discuss the latest threats targeting the Enterprise of Things and the critical need to secure it.
Discussion topics include:
• Active defense for securing the Enterprise of Things
• Cybersecurity resilience strategies for protecting organizations and people
• Where CISOs and CIOs should focus resources to improve their security strategy
Abdi Saee, Forescout Principal Product Marketing Manager, and Jon Brown, Forescout Network Segmentation Product Lead
Traditional bottom-up approaches for segmentation have long been dependent on multiple technologies and siloed policies across extended environments. However, as organizations modernize their infrastructure with new technologies, migrate to hybrid/multi-cloud architectures and struggle to address Enterprise of Things proliferation, traditional segmentation strategies are no longer sufficient to keep their environments safe.
Forescout sets a new standard for Enterprise of Things security by enabling Zero Trust segmentation for any device, anywhere – across IT, IoT, medical, and OT devices – from cloud to edge.
Join this webinar to learn how the Forescout platform can simplify and accelerate your segmentation projects. Forescout’s simple and non-disruptive Zero Trust segmentation solution helps you:
• Gain an instant understanding of segmentation state in real time across IT-OT, IoT and healthcare environments
• Accelerate non-disruptive Zero Trust implementation across modern enterprise environments
• Reduce your attack surface and maintain compliance through dynamic segmentation and continuous monitoring of segmentation hygiene across IT, IoT, OT and healthcare environments
Mitesh Shah, Principal Technical Marketing Manager and Tamer Baker, Principal Systems Engineer, Forescout Technologies Inc.
Today’s enterprises need to enforce Zero Trust access on heterogeneous networks for a vast array of computers, mobile, guest and BYOD systems and a growing list of IoT devices. In other words, their Enterprise of Things. Most of these devices do not authenticate using traditional methods when they connect to the network. Hence, a newer and modern approach is required to secure these diverse sets of devices regardless of their connection type – wired, wireless or VPN.
Modern NAC spans a range of essential capabilities – from providing comprehensive visibility, assessing security posture and compliance, to flexible options for enforcing access policies in any heterogeneous network. A modern NAC approach can dramatically improve your security by preventing unauthorized, noncompliant and impersonating devices from connecting to your network.
Forescout provides the most flexible, robust and popular NAC platform in the market. Join this webinar to learn how Forescout can deliver tangible results quickly and in a non-disruptive manner, and how Forescout helps you:
• Discover, classify and inventory all devices
• Assess security posture and enforce compliance
• Control access across heterogeneous networks
Shlomi Oberman, CEO & Researcher, JSOF & Daniel dos Santos, Security Researcher, Forescout Technologies
A Conversation with Shlomi Oberman from JSOF
According to Gartner, “over 80% of organizations currently use IoT to solve business use cases, and almost 20% of organizations have already detected an IoT-based attack in the past three years.” By now, you’ve heard about Ripple20 – the collective group of vulnerabilities in a widely used Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) software library developed by Treck Inc., and discovered by a team at JSOF.
JSOF partnered with Forescout Research Labs to use Forescout’s Device Cloud, a unique data lake with information from more than 12 million devices categorized in more than 150 device types, to identify potentially impacted vendors and devices. Tens of millions of devices across over 50 vendors may be affected, exposing a complex supply chain for IoT devices. Additionally, threat actors could execute remote commands against devices connected to the internet, compromise them and move laterally within the network to access or infect other devices.
How do security teams respond swiftly to identify and mitigate these vulnerable devices?
Join us for a lively conversation with Shlomi Oberman (JSOF) and Daniel dos Santos (Forescout) as they explain:
• What really is Ripple20? – a deep dive into discovered vulnerabilities
• The impact on the supply chain and the impacted vendors
• How to mitigate the risks – even in environments where these devices cannot be patched
• What vendors and security teams must do next to limit their exposure
Daniel dos Santos, Security Researcher, Forescout Technologies
While companies rush to deploy IoT devices to address operational and functional gaps, cybercriminals match or exceed that pace with attacks targeting these devices. Forescout’s research team analyzed data on over 8 million devices to come up with an eagle-eye view of the risks IoT devices pose.
Join our research analyst to learn:
• What devices introduce the greatest risk to an organization
• Which industries appear to have greater control of their devices
• An expert’s advice on an effective path forward for securing IoT devices
Device Visibility & Control across the extended enterprise
Forescout Technologies is the leader in device visibility and control. Our unified security platform enables enterprises and government agencies to gain complete situational awareness of their extended enterprise environments and orchestrate actions to reduce cyber and operational risk.
Learn more about our products, hear about new cybersecurity trends and see how Forescout helps you address these.
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