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What Got Us Here (May) Get Us There: 2021 Potential Trends From DBIR Reporting

The Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR) has been a staple in security reporting for over a decade, always aiming to both document and inform on the current shape of the security threat landscape. It has also been a cathartic outlet of bad jokes and puns for the authoring team.

While the main purpose of the report is to examine what has recently (and not so recently) occurred, it has become clear to the team that over time attackers will attempt to maximize their Attack Return on Investment (AROI). While we can't tell you what the Next Big Attack (tm) will be in 2021, we'll delve into what the data suggests will define it and help to prepare for it.

Join us on a critical analysis of over a decade of alternating very stale and surprising trends, and learn how to better strategize in a landscape that changes very slowly at first and then suddenly all at once.
Recorded Dec 17 2020 61 mins
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Alex Pinto, DBIR Team Manager and Co-Author, Verizon // Sri Sundaralingam, VP of Security and Cloud Solution, ExtraHop
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    Speakers Gustavo Amador-Nieto, EMEA Enterprise SE Lead at KeySight; Youssef Agharmine, Security Sales Engineer at ExtraHop
    Le manque de visibilité sur votre écosystème IoT et l'impossibilité de surveiller les appareils non gérés élargissent votre surface d’attaque, mettant ainsi en danger la sécurité de vos réseaux hybrides. Le problème des objets connectés, c'est qu'ils génèrent des masses de données et qu'il est impossible d'y installer des agents. D'où l'impuissance des approches de sécurité traditionnelles. Avec Keysight et ExtraHop, vous découvrez et surveillez tous les appareils connectés à votre réseau pour détecter et répondre aux attaques avant qu’elles ne compromettent votre environnement. Au programme de ce webinaire :

    • Méthodes des attaquants pour obtenir des accès non autorisés via des appareils non gérés ou des IoT

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    • Capacité d’ExtraHop et Keysight à fournir une visibilité complète sur tous les appareils et stopper les attaques avant qu’elles ne frappent
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    XDR (Extended Detection and Response) promises to unite and integrate such security tools as focused on threat protection, detection and response, creating a single megasolution. Such an approach could yield significant benefits for an organization, Join ExtraHop and (ISC)2 on January 28, 2021 at 1:00PM Eastern for an examination on the costs and benefits of this strategy, a discussion of use cases, as well as:

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    Alex Pinto, DBIR Team Manager and Co-Author, Verizon // Sri Sundaralingam, VP of Security and Cloud Solution, ExtraHop
    The Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR) has been a staple in security reporting for over a decade, always aiming to both document and inform on the current shape of the security threat landscape. It has also been a cathartic outlet of bad jokes and puns for the authoring team.

    While the main purpose of the report is to examine what has recently (and not so recently) occurred, it has become clear to the team that over time attackers will attempt to maximize their Attack Return on Investment (AROI). While we can't tell you what the Next Big Attack (tm) will be in 2021, we'll delve into what the data suggests will define it and help to prepare for it.

    Join us on a critical analysis of over a decade of alternating very stale and surprising trends, and learn how to better strategize in a landscape that changes very slowly at first and then suddenly all at once.
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  • Cloud Shared Responsibility: A SANS Whitepaper Recorded: Dec 15 2020 62 mins
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    During this SANS WhatWorks webcast, SANS Director of Emerging Security Trends John Pescatore interviews D.J. Fernandez, IT Security Engineer at Grand Canyon Education, to gain Fernandezs insight into the business justification for advanced network detection and response (NDR) capabilities and the key evaluation factors that resulted in the election and deployment of ExtraHop's Reveal(x) platform to increase visibility into network traffic to secure Grand Canyon's business and customer systems.

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    - Network detection and response puts information into proper context for accurate alerts
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  • Aufdecken und Managen von nicht verwalteten Geräten Recorded: Nov 4 2020 62 mins
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    He concludes with some anomalies I found in various web servers and proxy servers, showing there is a lot of potential for additional research in this area.
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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.

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