A major company has been hacked, suffering a data breach. How do companies the size of Sony handle such situations? Various departments, including legal, tech and PR come together to meet with the management and workout a plan on how to handle the crisis. This presentation will focus on both -- companies with a data breach response plan and those without one. We'll shed some light on what the first 24 hours post-breach looks like for a major company.
RecordedFeb 9 201660 mins
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Robert Healey, Senior Director Marketing, Asia Pacific, Tenable Network Security
In its inaugural report, Tenable Research explores who has the first-mover advantage – cyber criminals or security teams? What’s the difference in time between when an exploit is publicly available for a given vulnerability and the first time that security teams actually assess their systems? And why does this even matter to your organization?
The research team analyzed the 50 most prevalent critical and high-severity vulnerabilities from just under 200,000 vulnerability assessment scans over a three-month period. What did they find?
Alarmingly, all too often, the attackers have the advantage. On average, they have a seven-day head start on defenders. Threat actors are sprinting ahead, exploiting vulnerabilities before security teams have even left the starting blocks – before businesses even know they’re at risk.
Join Tenable and (ISC)² on Jul 18, 2018 (Wed) at 14:00 (Singapore Time) to understand how and why cyber attackers are beating your defence.
Jessica Hardy, (ISC)² Director of CX, Mirtha Collin, (ISC)² Sr. Ed. & Training Mgr., Michelle Schweitz, (ISC)² Media Mgr.
(ISC)² is committed to delivering value to our members, providing a transparent view of the organization’s developments and plans for the future. To that end, please join (ISC)² for a virtual Town Hall meeting on July 17, 2018 at 1:00PM Eastern to review many of our new member benefits, service offerings and look at what is still to come in 2018, including enriching professional development opportunities, Security Congress and more. Members and non members alike will enjoy the opportunity to learn how (ISC)² is delivering on its value promise.
Ian Farquhar, Distinguished Engineer, Security, Gigamon
Inline security tools operate by actively preventing threats in your network, but deploying and optimizing these tools presents several challenges to both network and security engineers. The downsides can include a potential point of failure, degradation of network and application performance, difficulty to scale and upgrade. The use of a next-generation packet broker and its inline bypass functionality can mitigate these challenges. Join Gigamon and (ISC)² on Jun 27, 2018 (Wed) at 12:00 noon (Singapore Time) to examine how inline bypass can overcome physical deployment obstacles, maximize network availability, increase the scale of inspection and reduce the impact to network performance.
David Shearer, CEO, (ISC)2; Jim Reavis, CEO, CSA; Kevin Jackson, GovCloudNetwork ; Rich Mogull, Securosis; B. Dunlap (Mod)
Certain things go together to make the sum of their parts that much better. Peanut Butter and Jelly. Lennon and McCartney. Batman and Robin. In the ever-changing world of the cloud, cyber security professionals need continuous training and certifications to stay up-to-speed and pairing (ISC)2’s CCSP (Certified Cloud Security Professional) with CSA’s CCSK (Certificate of Cloud Security Knowledge) can put any cyber security practitioner ahead in terms of knowledge, skills and job opportunities. On June 12, 2018 at 1:00PM Eastern, join David Shearer, (ISC)2’s CEO and Jim Reavis, CSA’s CEO, along with other subject matter expects as we explore the differences between each program, the training options available for each, and how these programs are synergistic in nature and together were designed to build on one another.
Fernando Serto, Head of Security Tech & Strategy, APJ; Dawson Sewo, Senior Enterprise Security Architect, Akamai Technologies
Organizations today are facing multiple challenges on providing an enhanced digital experience to their customers, whilst ensuring confidential data remains secure in accordance to evolving regulatory and compliance regimes. While APIs are the core of digital experiences, including single-page apps and mobile applications, traditional perimeter security architecture is no longer enough to protect your business and you must concurrently evolve your security approach.
In this webinar, Akamai will be sharing findings on how adopting a zero trust model will increase the security posture of organisation through a “Never Trust, Always Verify” paradigm. We will also look at how the API threat landscape have evolved and share best practises in API security.
Join Akamai and (ISC)² on May 9, 2018 (Wed) at 13:00 (Singapore time) to learn stronger security posture through zero trust and API management.
Exponentially increasing network traffic volumes and security tool sprawl are overwhelming security operations and network operations teams. A network packet broker is supposed to eliminate complexity and save costs, not add to them!
Organizations need to:
•Deliver just the right data to the right tools.
•Drive consolidation across their security stack.
•Manage a common platform across physical, virtual and public cloud environments.
Hence, a next-generation network packet broker is required to deliver visibility to security tools focused on threat prevention, detection, analytics and forensics. The right tools get the right traffic at the right time, every time.
Attend this webinar to learn how to:
•Maximize tool performance and ROI by applying advanced traffic intelligence.
•Rapidly detect and respond to new threats while eliminating security tool sprawl.
•Have pervasive and consistent visibility across their physical, virtual and cloud infrastructure.
Join Gigamon and (ISC)² on Apr 18, 2018 (Wed) at 14:00 (Singapore time) to learn how to increase efficiency of your security stack.
Robert Healey, Senior Director Marketing, APAC, Tenable Network Security
As organizations embrace cloud infrastructure, DevOps methodologies, PAAS, IoT and mobile workforce, there are new risks coming from a broader attack surface. Vulnerability management designed for traditional assets is not enough. To improve security, you need to rethink how you do things. For example, containers have become the de facto standard in cloud architectures today, which means that security needs to move into developers’ build processes while complementing existing solutions.
Attend this webinar to discover:
•Where vulnerability management for today’s assets needs to start
•What the new faces of attacks and remediation look like
•Why prioritization should not be based on scan results
•Why reports using Excel are no longer the answer
•How DevOps can be part of the solution to incorporate security
Join Tenable and (ISC)² on Jan 24, 2018 (Wed) at 14:00 (Singapore time) to learn how to minimize cyber exposure in a world of cloud, containers and other modern assets.
Presenter: Robert Healey, Senior Director Marketing, APAC, Tenable Network Security
Moderator: Clayton Jones, Regional Managing Director, APAC, (ISC)²
As organizations migrate workloads to cloud computing, they benefit from flexibility and agility, but network security operations grow increasingly difficult.
Gaining visibility into cloud environments, extending existing security operations and workflows, ensuring compliance, and managing shared responsibility create new challenges for security professionals. Add to this the complexity of hybrid and multi-cloud environments — and the loss of control within those environments — and it’s no wonder security leaders are scratching their heads over how to best secure their organization’s journey to the cloud.
This session will look at approaches to addressing the many challenges around cloud security management and best practices for translating on-prem security controls and processes into hybrid and multi-cloud environments.
Join Skybox Security and (ISC)² on Jan 17, 2018 (Wed) at 14:00 Singapore time to learn more about security management in the cloud.
빠르게 진화하는 사이버 위협에 대해 보다 신속·효율적인 보호와 대응을 위해서는 IT 인프라 전반에서 가시성을 확보하고, 보안 사고를 탐지·조사·대응할 수 있어야 합니다. 현재 국내외 다양한 통합로그 분석 및 보안관제 솔루션이 존재하며, 이를 보통 가트너에서 정의한 SIEM(Security Information and Event Management)이라는 명칭으로 불리우고 있습니다. 본 웨비나를 통해서 국내/외 대형 보안관제센터에서 사용 중인 솔루션의 특징 및 고려사항 등을 파악한 후, 향후 관련 솔루션 도입을 검토하신다면 많은 시행착오를 줄일 수 있을 것으로 생각됩니다.
Sam Tong, Senior Principal Systems Engineer, Symantec; Moderator: S.C. Leung, Member, Asia-Pacific Advisory Council, (ISC)²
First in the Industry to deliver Deception, Mobile Threat Defense, and Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) in a Single-Agent Architecture. Join us to learn the latest Evolution of Endpoint Security & Data Protection:
•Defend against ransomware with multi-layered protection
•Gain enhanced visibility into suspicious files via tunable protection to make better policy decisions
•Expose, investigate and resolve incidents including file-less attacks with integrated Endpoint Detection and Response
•Extend advanced security to mobile devices
•Use deception techniques to expose hidden adversaries and determine their intent to improve security posture
•Harden environments against cyber-attacks with complete visibility into application attack surface and isolating suspicious applications
New Integrations Extend Data Protection Beyond Traditional DLP
Powered by the industry’s leading data loss prevention technology, to give you greater visibility and control over your confidential data.
•Expanded Information Centric (ICE) Encryption integration
•Enhanced data classification integration
•Sensitive Image Recognition
•Stronger endpoint controls
•Enhanced data at rest discovery
•Improved cloud app policy and incident management
•Flexibility on cloud deployment
•And More …
Join Symantec and (ISC)² on Dec 13 at 14:00 (Hong Kong time) and learn about the latest Evolution of Endpoint Security & Data Protection.
Bot은 자동화된 프로그램으로, 웹사이트의 정보를 수집하거나, credential abuse와 같은 악성행위를 수행합니다. Bot으로 인한 피해는 IT 측면의 퍼포먼스 저하 뿐만 아니라, 매출 감소, 경쟁력 저하, 비즈니스 기회 상실과 같이 비즈니스에 심각한 영향을 끼치는 경우까지 퍼져 있습니다. Bot을 운영하는 쪽은 심지어 차단을 회피하기 위한 여러 가지 기술까지 활용하여 지속적으로 대응하기 때문에, 차단만이 모든 문제를 해결해 주는 방법은 아닙니다. 점점 다양해지고 지속적으로 변화하고 발전하는 Bot의 공격 방법 등을 알아보고, 이를 효과적으로 관리하기 위한 접근방법 및 기술에 대해 알아봅니다.
Or Katz, Principal Lead Security Researcher, Akamai
In recent years, we have seen large-scale botnets used to execute attacks rarely seen in the past -- botnets that incorporate new features and bigger capabilities than ever before. How and why some of these botnets remain resilient is a question that needs to be answered, and one of the reasons is Fast Flux. Fast Flux is a DNS technique used by botnets to hide various types of malicious activities (such as phishing, web proxying, malware delivery, and malware communication) behind an ever-changing network of compromised hosts acting as proxies. In general, a Fast Flux network is mostly used to make communication between malware and its command and control server (C&C) more resistant to discovery. Akamai’s high visibility to both Web and Enterprise traffic enables new and unique insights on the behavior of such Fast Flux networks.
In this webinar, you will get an in-depth analysis on:
- How network fluxing is using domains, IP addresses and even nameservers to become resistant to discovery
- How Fast Flux networks offer services such as malware communication and hosting of malicious content
- How botnets are used both for Fast Flux communications and a variety of Web attacks such as Web scraping and credential abuse
- Best practices for detecting and defending against such botnets
Join Akamai and (ISC)² on Nov 22 (Wed) at 13:00 (Singapore time) / 16:00 (Sydney time) to learn more about the Fast Flux Botnet.
Presenter: Or Katz, Principal Lead Security Researcher, Akamai
Moderator: Ir. Tejinder Singh, Senior Development Expert, T-Systems Malaysia SGA Security Engineering
Presenter: Duncan Thomas, Director of Sales, PhishMe; Moderator: Clayton Jones, Managing Director, APAC, (ISC)2
A recent survey conducted among security professionals in Australia, Singapore revealed that up to 95% of respondents said phishing is the #1 threat. Yet many acknowledged they’re unprepared to deal with phishing attacks.
Attend this webinar to learn why responders are drowning in emails instead of hunting real threats. See why they’re betting on automation whilst we know, tech alone won’t stop threats from getting through and wreaking serious havoc. Learn what rapid changes and investments your peers are planning to turn the tide against phishing and protect their organisations.
In this webinar, you will learn:
- How bad is the phishing threat?
- How confident are companies in their phishing responses?
- What solutions are companies using—and which ones should they add?
- How can automation and technology help? Why are humans important, too?
- How does your organisation compare to organisations in Australia, Singapore and other countries around the globe?
Join PhishMe and (ISC)² on Nov 15 (Wed) at 14:00 (Singapore time) and learn more about phishing incident response.
Or Katz, Principal Lead Security Researcher, Akamai & James Tin, Principal Enterprise Security Architect, Akamai
Credential abuse attacks have become a prevalent threat in recent years, and a successful credential abuse attack campaign can result in damaging consequences such as losing access and control over the accounts, data breach and fraudulent transactions.
Many of the accounts being abused are compromised account, which are the result of information breach in vulnerable web applications. The problem starts once visitors of highly-secured web applications create login credentials and then recycle those credentials to access another potentially vulnerable web application.
In this webinar, Akamai will present our latest research on malicious activity that sheds new light on credential abuse attack campaigns characteristics. The research reveals the techniques that are being used and what make these campaigns difficult to detect over long periods of time. We will show how collaboration of attack evidence on different targets can become a solution to mitigate such attacks.
The speakers will also share key attack data and trends observed from the latest Akamai Q2 2017 State of the Internet Security Report.
Join Akamai and (ISC)² on Aug 30 (Wed) at 13:00 (Singapore time) to learn more about improving credential abuse threat mitigation.
- Or Katz, Principal Lead Security Researcher, Akamai
- James Tin, Principal Enterprise Security Architect, Akamai
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