Unifying Security Across Multicloud, Hybrid, & Remote Deployment
In the first quarter of 2020, organizations around the world experienced massive disruption as workforces rapidly transitioned to remote work and operations shifted off-premises. While the first phase of this shift focused primarily on making critical assets available to employees, the next phase will focus on how to enable that model long term and at scale. At the center of that transformation are cloud and IoT.
Join this webinar to learn about Reveal(x) 360 and how ExtraHop’s SaaS offering is natively delivered from the cloud and provides Network Detection and Response capabilities to create faster time to value without management burden. Organizations benefit from unified 360-degree visibility and situational intelligence spanning from the edge (IoT and remote workforce) to the core (data centers and branch offices) to the cloud (AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud) to monitor and respond to actual threats.
RecordedJun 11 202052 mins
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Chase Snyder, ExtraHop, JJ Thompson, Andrew Boyle, BAH; Brandon Dunlap, Moderator
Call It NetSecOps, IT/Security Operations, SOC/NOC or SNOC. Whatever the name, better collaboration between security operations and network operations teams has enormous benefits for teams that follow through. Join Extrahop and (ISC)2 on June 3, 2021 at 1:00 p.m. Eastern for a discuss on how this union can help with tool consolidation, improve incident response time and effectiveness and adapt to the cloud, remote work, and beyond.
Mark Bowling, VP of Security Response; Josh Snow, Sr. Sales Engineer; Mike Campfield, VP of International Sales
The temporary shutdown of Colonial Pipeline––a critical pipeline providing nearly half of the gasoline supply for the East Coast of the United States––just over a week ago brought sophisticated ransomware bursting back into the spotlight. Panicked drivers hoarded gasoline as prices skyrocketed, and security teams were pummeled with the question: "What are you doing so this doesn't happen to us?"
Join Mark Bowling, VP of Security Response at ExtraHop and 20-year veteran of the FBI cybercrimes division, Mike Campfield, and Josh Snow as they discuss:
- Hallmarks of the DarkSide ransomware variant, including both exfiltration and encryption.
- How to detect early indicators of compromise and respond before it gets out of control.
- How industrial control systems and operational technology fit into the security landscape and what President Biden's announcement means for future attacks.
- How to build a security posture that's both resistant and resilient to sophisticated ransomware operations and other advanced threats.
Mark will also share lessons learned from his experience in the FBI and as a cybersecurity consultant on the best practices that set organizations apart when it comes to thwarting ransomware.
Ryan Davis, Sr. Cloud Product Marketing Manager at ExtraHop
Cybersecurity has never been easy, and as enterprises expand their footprints in the cloud, they often run into issues and friction that can weaken security and leave them vulnerable to advanced threats. Cloud environments are highly dynamic, and many security tools struggle to match the scale and elasticity the cloud provides. Security teams need to regain the advantage over attackers, and network data offers an elegant solution to improving observability, threat detection, and response.
In this webinar we’ll discuss 5 ways to think about cloud security from a network perspective:
1. Know your datasource
2. Secure your entire attack surface
3. Investigate and hunt threats
4. Take advantage of the power of forensics
5. Detect and immediately respond to advanced threats
You’ll also get a quick demo highlighting how these 5 key components of stronger security can be put into action in your cloud environment. Learn how the power of Network Detection and Response solutions can help you reclaim the upper hand in your cloud environments.
Anant Shrivastava (Notsosecure Global Services) // Don Shin (ExtraHop)
The last couple of years have seen a tremendous growth in cloud adoption. Every organization has some cloud usage, using either a mixture of in-house and public cloud or they are fully cloud based. This unprecedented adoption of technologies has opened gaping holes in an organization's security landscape. Whilst moving to the cloud is a sensible move because vendors are taking an increasingly larger responsibility in being more proactive towards security, it also opens organizations up to be more severely punished for their mistakes.
In this demo filled webinar, we will discuss various scenarios where cloud based technologies have given opportunities to attackers that have resulted in catastrophic repercussions for the company involved.
We will look at ways to exploit these cloud environments from an attackers point of view, covering various phases of attack from enumeration to exploitation, through the escalation of privileges and ending with a complete ownage of the cloud network.
Fernando Montenegro, Principal Research Analyst, 451 Research; Ryan Davis, Sr. Cloud Security Manager, ExtraHop
There are at least as many ways to monitor and protect cloud workloads as there are types of cloud workloads that need protection. Since all security technologies have inherent advantages and drawbacks, organizations typically deploy a variety of cloud workload security solutions depending on their regulatory environment, desired security profile, and tolerance for risk. What’s important is ensuring that any security gaps are filled.
Join 451 Research and ExtraHop on this webcast and learn:
- How agentless network detection and response can play a crucial role in protecting your cloud workloads against today’s advanced threats
- How your organization can close gaps left by other cloud workload security technologies
Michael Sanders, ExtraHop // Dave Shackleford, SANS
XDR (extended detection and response) is the hot new buzzword in the security industry but so far there isn't a lot of agreement on what defines XDR. The goal makes sense. Extend your detection capabilities across your hybrid network to catch advanced threats like zero days, supply chain attacks, and insider threats, and respond quickly before damage can be done. Join us as we explore the pros and cons of XDR such as, is it realistic that one vendor can offer you all the tools you need for detection and response or will you need to create a strategy to achieve your own extended detection and response ecosystem.
Attendees will walk away with a better understanding of:
- How to define what XDR means for your organization
- How to create your own XDR strategy
- Why network data is an essential building block for any XDR ecosystem
Defending against advanced threats requires advanced insights from the three foundational data sources for security operations: endpoint data, log data, and the network. In the first part of a three-part series, we'll discuss:
·advanced threat behaviors, how they gain access to the network through both commonplace and sophisticated means, how they act once they're inside.
·how to leverage the three foundational data sources, integrated into a best-of-breed XDR approach to detect and investigate advanced threats like supply chain attacks, insider threats, and more
·how to rapidly respond to minimize the blast radius and reduce business impact when an advanced threat gets inside.
Dave Shackleford, SANS // Ryan Davis, ExtraHop // Patrick Pushor, Orca Security // Arun Raman, Blue Hexagon
This SANS survey explored the types of services organizations are using, what types of controls and tools provide the most value, and how effective cloud security brokering is for a range of use cases. in this webcast, SANS analyst Dave Shackleford will join sponsor speakers to explore how survey results can inform and improve your cloud security posture.
Aaron Davidson, Sr. Sales Engineer, ExtraHop; Don Shin, Sr. Security PMM, ExtraHop; Sharon Smith, Moderator
Security and compliance frameworks from CIS, NIST, and PCI SSC point to long lists of must-have technology to build secure and compliant defenses. But they don’t tell us which ones to do first or how to allocate our limited budgets. Advanced Threats follows a land and pivots toward your valuables workflow. This knowledge gives you a roadmap to prioritize investments while leaving others as “good enough” that fit your budget and time constraints.
Join ExtraHop experts to get insights into building effective layered defenses that prioritize your budget:
- How the “Defender’s Dilemma” should guide your investments at the edge
- How “Intruder’s Dilemma” sets the network trap for intruders and advanced threats
- Why your IDS needs a next-gen upgrade against advanced threats
- See how NG-IDS stops advanced threats (demonstration)
Jon Oltsik, ESG; Don Shin, ExtraHop; Jesse Munos, ExtraHop; Sharon Smith (Moderator)
Supply Chain attacks, Zero-Days, and Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs) are effective because they target the trust models traditional security products were built on. The result is a post-compromise world where traditional IDS technology is looking in the wrong direction based on outdated assumptions to detect and stop modern attacks. Join John Oltsik from ESG and ExtraHop experts to learn how machine learning NG-IDS gives you back the edge against Advanced Threats :
· Why Advanced Threats require a post-compromise posture
· How time has been unkind to that noisy 90s IDS
· How to fill IDS compliance gaps and increase security efficacy
· How NG-IDS stops Advanced Threats before they do real damage
Matt Bromiley, Incident Response Instructor at SANS; Guy Raz, Systems Engineer at ExtraHop
Recent supply chain attacks have proven that third parties are an unexpected, yet trusted, entry vector into an organization. By utilizing legitimate methods to breach an organization, threat actors can hide under the radar with escalated privileges. Furthermore, attackers have shown that they are security-savvy, knowledgeable of enterprise defenses and their workarounds. Enterprise defense should be structured around BOTH system and network data; without, you will never see the full picture.
With this webcast, we will outline NDR capabilities and how bringing endpoint and network together will prove to be a one-two punch to bring down even advanced attackers. We will specifically outline how to mitigate common third-party attack surfaces, what could have been done differently in the wake of the attack, and have the recent attacks provided enough reason to consider changes in implementation.
Michael Sanders, Cloud Security Engineer at ExtraHop Networks; Corey Quinn, Chief Cloud Economist at Duckbill Group
How do you ensure that Advanced Threats like supply chain attacks, APTs, and zero-day exploits aren’t inside your cloud environment today?
Most advanced threat actors are the ones likely to already be inside of your environment, but getting in is only the first step. Once they beat perimeter defenses, attackers start moving laterally and covering their tracks so they can accomplish their real objective—executing ransomware or exfiltrating valuable customer data and intellectual property. Advanced attackers should be fought where they are—on the inside—and that requires a strong post-compromise defense posture.
Network detection and response (NDR) products provide the internal visibility, real-time detection, and intelligent response capabilities you need to stop attackers before they accomplish their goals. Best-of-breed NDR tools are completely covert and tamper-proof, meaning attackers will have no idea you're on to them until it's too late. As they move laterally within your network, NDR shows you not just where intruders are going, but where they've been.
In this webinar, you’ll learn how NDR enables you to adopt a detect-and-respond posture for securing against advanced attacks in the cloud. An ExtraHop engineer will also show you how ExtraHop Reveal(x) 360 helps you find and stop attackers in product demos that highlight specific advanced threat use cases.
Jesse Munos, Technical Marketing Manager at ExtraHop and Josh Snow, Sales Engineer at ExtraHop
In a post compromise world, SecOps personnel cannot afford to be blind to any potential threat vector. The positioning of EDR and firewalls severely limit the breadth of visibility that SecOps can provide, while the inherent limitations of older technologies like IDS fail to provide the necessary details to adequately detect and investigate modern threats. These limitations have created the need for a network detection and response platform that can scale to meet the demands of modern enterprise, provide accurate, high-fidelity detections with actionable forensic-level details and robust deployment options for enterprise, multi-cloud, and hybrid environments.
This session will provide a hands-on demonstration of the detection capabilities and the depth of forensic data provided by the ExtraHop Reveal(x) platform. It will also offer a high-level overview of the various deployment architectures available.
Speakers: Chase Snyder, Sr. Product Marketing Manager & Greg Copeland, Director, Business Development
When the SolarWinds SUNBURST attack, with its broad impact and dwell time of nearly a year, hit the news, many security teams realized they needed a faster, lower friction way to investigate past exposure. Collaboration between the NetOps and SecOps teams can provide a better approach to responding to advanced threats in the future. This webcast will outline the benefits of sharing data and tools between security, network, and other teams for accelerated incident response, reduced risk, and greater effectiveness.
How NetOps and SecOps can work together to accelerate incident response and troubleshooting.
Why network data forms a foundation for security and operational activities
How to ensure complete collection of all network data, and efficient tool sharing
How to investigate and respond to SolarWinds SUNBURST and potential future supply chain attacks that give attackers access inside your environment
If you cannot attend the live event, please register to receive the recording when it becomes available.
John Titmus, EMEA Director, ExtraHop and John Lester, Security Engineering Manager, CrowdStrike
The integration between ExtraHop Reveal(x) and CrowdStrike Falcon Platform merges complete network visibility, machine learning behavioural threat detection and real-time decryption with powerful endpoint security and instant remediation.
Attendees of this webinar will learn directly from ExtraHop and CrowdStrike about how our Fortune 100 customers are already using this recently launched solution, and how the integration can provide enterprise security operations teams with capabilities and immediate value like:
- Instant and automated detection, validation, and containment of network threats like ransomware, privilege escalation, and data exfiltration, as well as endpoint threats, for complete attack surface coverage.
- Automatic discovery and device identification of everything communicating on the network, including IoT-connected devices, remote connections, devices incompatible with agent installation, and devices impacted by threats where no CrowdStrike agent was yet installed.
- Broad MITRE ATT&CK Framework coverage of both network-focused and endpoint-focused tactics, techniques, and procedures.
Chris Kissel, Security Research Director at IDC; Sri Sundaralingam, VP of Product Mktg. at ExtraHop
The network plays a key role in unmasking the adversary post-compromise. Featuring Chris Kissel from IDC, this webcast will highlight the first edition of the recent research released on Network Intelligence and Threat Analytics (NITA). Along with ExtraHop’s Sri Sundaralingam, we cover the current state of the threat landscape, the visibility challenges inside the network, and how supply chain attacks like SUNBURST have served as a wake-up call for many organizations.
The key takeaways from the IDC report are addressed and include the current state of NGFW, IDS, endpoints and SIEM and the need to use network data as the source of truth to stop attacks post-compromise.
Don Shin, Sr. PMM, ExtraHop; Matthew Waddell, Dir of DFIR, CBI; Brandon Dunlap, Moderator
Traditional Intrusion Detection Systems rely on brittle signatures, and can be a major resource drain. As the internet continues to evolve, so do the methods and tactics of the adversary. Attackers are now more focused on your users rather than system vulnerability exploits. A new approach is needed….one that encompasses machine learning anomaly detection, cross platform visibility and cloud ready. Join ExtraHop and (ISC)2 on March 11, 2021 at 1:00pm for a discussion on Next Generation IDS and how it can provide more than just a compliance check off and provide context to the alerts you receive.
If you’re swimming in security incident data, alerts, and log files, you’re not alone. How can you aggregate that data and analyze it quickly, to identify sophisticated or obfuscated attacks? In this webinar, experts discuss ways to effectively collect and analyze large amounts of security data, enabling you to surface the threat and exploit information that you need to defend your enterprise. Speakers will also offer recommendations on how to automate some of that data analysis, so that you can identify threats more easily, and stop attackers more quickly.
Dan Frey, Senior Cloud Product Marketing Manager, ExtraHop & Guy Raz, Sales Engineer at ExtraHop
Your attack surface is expanding from the on-prem data center to the cloud to remote deployments and the device edge. But your tools only secure the perimeter or rely on logs and agents, you’re leaving visibility gaps that adversaries can use to attack critical workloads and data.
In this webinar, you’ll learn how network detection and response (NDR) eliminates visibility gaps across your attack surface by unlocking data from network traffic packets, the ultimate source of truth in cloud and hybrid security. There’s no need to deploy agents, so you can secure your cloud workloads without slowing down or impeding your dev teams. We’ll also walk through a live demo of how to stop advanced threats like supply chain attacks, zero-day exploits, and more.
Seth Fogie, Security Director, Penn Medicine // Guy Raz, Sr. Systems Engineer, ExtraHop
Healthcare security teams are in a tough spot. While the provider industry is taking security seriously, they are at the mercy of the software vendors who provide the healthcare organizations with the data delivery, processing and storage solutions that are critical to delivering patient care and keeping patient data secure. Given the reliance on these systems, it begs the question – how secure are these solutions?
Seth Fogie has spent the last 10+ years in the trenches of the healthcare industry and has seen the good, bad and ugly of what is being provided to your providers. As an insider, Seth has experienced the unique tension healthcare security teams face as they work to securely implement these solutions and will share some of what has been found.
The core of this presentation will focus on vulnerabilities and design issues within healthcare solutions. As we will illustrate through the dissection of numerous clinical focused systems, including radiology reading, EMR downtime, patient entertainment, pharmacy distribution, nurse communication, M&A EMR, clinical documentation and temperature monitoring systems, the prognosis doesn’t look good. Unfortunately, it is our experience that there are few solutions within the hospital enterprise that do not have issues.
The goal for this public 'biopsy'? The healthcare security community needs help increasing the pressure to ensure all of our data is safe from poorly designed and developed vendor solutions. While we can't play the name and shame game for a number of reasons, we want to increase awareness through numerous technical illustrations and ask for your help in increasing scrutiny on all healthcare solutions. This isn't just an application security problem – it is all our healthcare data at risk and this audience is positioned in a unique spot to help.
Helping you gain the perspective to secure the hybrid enterprise
The prevention and protection model of cybersecurity isn’t working: between the cloud, IoT, and the sheer pace of change, the enterprise is no longer built to be walled in. This channel provides educational webinars to help SecOps (SOC) and NetOps (NOC) teams, from CIOs and CISOs to analysts and practitioners, change their perspective in order to identify, investigate, and respond to threats across the modern attack surface. We explore how cloud-native network detection and response (NDR) provides the complete visibility, real-time threat detection, and intelligent response you need to secure your hybrid environment. You’ll also find product information about ExtraHop Reveal(x) which enables you to: Eliminate blind spots: Cover 100% of your hybrid environment, Detect what matters: Find threats 95% faster, and Act quickly: Respond to breaches 70% faster.