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Data Visibility: Your Path to Regulatory Compliance

Whether for GDPR, HIPAA, or other regulations, successful compliance initiatives require knowing the location of your sensitive information.

But with mobile workforces equipped with devices that go off-network every day, is that even possible? For most organizations, the reality is that critical data resides on endpoints they can’t see or secure.

Watch “Data Visibility: Your Path to Regulatory Compliance” now and understand the steps you need to take to:

• Identify which of your endpoints contain sensitive information
• Understand your at-risk data to determine cost of exposure
• Ensure continuous compliance through rapid remediation
• Prove compliance should an incident occur

Make sure your organization is always audit-ready, and avoid data breaches and compliance-related penalties.
Recorded Jul 10 2018 45 mins
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  • 3 Immediate Actions to Save Time While Managing Online Learning Recorded: May 1 2020 41 mins
    Surita Bains | Director of Product Management, Education & Jordan Kauffman - Former Director of Student Technology | Absolute
    Securing devices and empowering educators during COVID-19

    School districts are facing a challenge: transitioning programs online while keeping students safe and devices visible.

    There are a lot of unknowns. Are student using their devices at home? How much time is actually being spent on school work vs other web activities? How will you track and get the devices back? And what needs to be done now to prepare for an uncertain start to the next school year?

    We can help. Our director of product management for education, Surita Bains, will join former director of student technology at Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School, Jordan Kauffman, for a live demo, featuring:

    • New Web Usage reporting that shines a light on exactly where, and how long, students spend their time online - not just what they have open
    • How to manage year-end device reclamation, while physical distancing measures remain in place, thanks to Absolute’s remote-scripting capabilities
    • Supporting student and staff security and productivity while you’re operating a remote helpdesk

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    Featured Speakers:

    - Surita Bains - Director of Product Management for Education - Absolute
    - Jordan Kauffman - Former Director of Student Technology, The Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School Technical Consultant - Absolute
  • Critical Steps to Secure and Manage Your Remote Workforce Recorded: Apr 23 2020 42 mins
    Dianne Lapierre, CIO & Jason Short, VP Product Management, Absolute
    Keeping data safe and staff productive during COVID-19.

    IT and security teams may not be front-line crisis workers in the traditional sense, but keeping the world’s organizations running smoothly is as critical a task as any right now.

    We’re asking every user tasked with this massive responsibility to join us for a 45-minute product briefing. Dianne Lapierre, CIO of Absolute, will join Jason Short, VP of Product Management, to take you through a live demo on optimizing your Absolute instance to best support your mobile workforce.

    We’ll cover:

    • Configuring and maintaining a persistent, self-healing VPN connection
    • Managing remote devices at scale, including enforcing Windows updates, device configuration, and resolving issues from helpdesk tickets to security events
    • Maintaining system health and device visibility using tools
    • Optimizing your reporting for key security apps like SCCM, encryption, and anti-malware

    You’ll leave this session with concrete steps that you can immediately take to create a more secure environment.

    **The ability to persist VPN clients and access to workflow automation scripts are being provided at no cost to every Absolute customer through August, 2020.**

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    Featured Speakers:
    Dianne Lapierre - Chief Information Officer
    Jason Short - Vice President, Product Management
  • Tracking and Recovering Missing Devices Recorded: Feb 4 2020 45 mins
    Jeff Gambrell - Senior Manager, Investigations & Barkha Ramnauth - Customer Success Manager
    Understanding the new tools for managing your lost or stolen devices with the Absolute console.

    As an IT professional in education, you know better than anyone that lost or stolen devices are a fact of life.

    Absolute’s latest release introduces a level of transparency around missing devices – where they are, who’s using them, how to locate – previously only available to law enforcement.

    It’s important that your team knows how to use this new functionality, so we’re hosting a 45-minute training session to bring you up-to-speed.

    Everyone with a role in your school’s missing device workflow should attend to learn:

    • Where to find and how to use the new information in the Absolute console
    • How to verify if a device has truly been stolen, and what to do next
    • Filed a missing device report before? – what’s changed and what stays the same

    We’re excited to expose this new degree of visibility and control, and look forward to sharing it with you.

    CUSTOMER WEBINAR

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    Featured Speakers:
    BARKHA RAMNAUTH - Customer Success Manager - Customer Experience
    JEFF GAMBRELL - Senior Manager, Investigations - Customer Experience
  • Success Story: Learn how the Sheriff’s Office fortifies its endpoint security Recorded: Jan 17 2020 2 mins
    Keith Morrison - Director of Information Security at Cook County Sheriff's Office
    The Cook County Sheriff’s Office uses Absolute to fortify its endpoint security with a self-healing, persistent connection to devices, data, and critical applications.

    - Strengthening compliance
    The Sheriff’s Office has more than 6,900 members and the IT security team oversees a device population of 40,000+. Mobile devices are often on the move, which makes it hard to safeguard sensitive data and stay compliant with the Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS).

    - Responding to threats immediately
    The team uses the Absolute platform as its single source of truth. With visibility down to the individual user, the team can act swiftly if a device is lost or stolen by clearing data or freezing the device. This minimizes the risk of a security breach.

    - The value of Absolute
    Keith Morrison, Director of Information Security at Cook County Sheriff’s Office, says, “The data on each individual device that we’re tracking through Absolute is way more valuable than the actual hardware itself.”

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    Speaker: Keith Morrison - Director of Information Security at Cook County Sheriff's Office
  • Success Story: Learn how Apria Healthcare gains unmatched asset intelligence Recorded: Jan 16 2020 4 mins
    Dave Ochoa, Manager of Information Security Operations & Senior Director of User Support, Janet Hunt
    Learn how Apria Healthcare secures 10,000+ laptops, desktops, and tablets and stays compliant with industry regulations by using Absolute software.

    - Persistent security controls:
    Apria Healthcare is a leading provider of home respiratory services and certain medical equipment, with over 400 locations and 8,000 employees throughout the United States.

    In this interview, Senior Director of User Support, Janet Hunt, discusses the unique differentiator that Absolute offers: protection from the BIOS. The result is superior, more accurate asset tracking.

    The team at Apria Healthcare has visibility into the status of every device, with a persistent connection that cannot be seen or removed by the user. As Dave Ochoa, Manager of Information Security Operations, says, “I can’t protect what I don’t know exists”.

    - Proving compliance:
    In cases of lost or stolen devices, Absolute acts as a kind of insurance policy. The InfoSec team presents regulators with a full profile of the device, including its location, encryption status, other controls, and a list of freeze or wipe commands if the device goes back online.

    Absolute records a snapshot of each device every fifteen minutes, which Apria Healthcare can provide to auditors as proof of a full history of protection.

    - Visibility and control:
    Absolute has transformed how Apria Healthcare manages its devices, and how it keeps sensitive patient data secure.

    Janet Hunt summarizes the partnership by saying, “If Absolute were to disappear, I would retire because I would have no idea where anything was. That was the greatest thing about bringing Absolute in.”
  • Data Privacy and Data Protection | Cybersecurity Insights Series Recorded: Jan 16 2020 8 mins
    Director of Security Strategy | Absolute
    Data Privacy is today's greatest challenge for IT and security teams, and with 35% of sensitive data out-of-sight on endpoints, there has never been a stronger need for persistent endpoint visibility and control.

    > DATA PRIVACY EXPLAINED
    Data privacy is a big concern for individuals and organizations alike. The EU’s General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) has brought the topic to the forefront of society’s collective consciousness recently.

    People have always been conscientious about their personal privacy; however, with The Digital Transformation of our world, who we are has become a collection of individual pieces of data called Personally Identifiable Information (PII). And our PII is everywhere. Business, government, school, research, and even friend-to-friend interactions, all happen in the digital sphere making our data easily accessible and open to exploits by cybercriminals.

    > DATA PRIVACY LAWS
    Learn how the laws designed to protect the privacy of personal information.
    - The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR),
    - Canada’s Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA)
    - In the US: HIPAA (for health information) and S-P and S-ID statutes for financial records, enforced by the SEC. There is also the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). But no national privacy standard. Yet.


    > DATA PRIVACY TIPS
    Thwart attackers and stay audit-ready with these three steps:
    1. See everything
    2. Analyze the risk
    3. Apply rapid response


    Learn tips and strategies for maintaining data privacy and data protection with confidence.
  • K-12 Cybersecurity Crisis: Five Steps to Safeguarding Your Digital District Recorded: Nov 14 2019 56 mins
    Surita Bains | Director of Product Management, Education & Josh Mayfield | Director of Security Strategy | Absolute
    Schools are more vulnerable to data breaches & ransomware attacks than ever before. But solutions are at hand.

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    Technology in our schools enables modern learning paths, and brings a new level of innovation to the classroom. But it needs to be managed with care.

    School-provided and personal devices are proliferating. Application management is increasingly complex. And students are the most digitally savvy in history.

    The result? Schools are more vulnerable to data breaches and ransomware attacks than ever before. But solutions are at hand.

    Join Absolute education experts as we share findings from our one-year study of 3.2 million K-12 devices, including:

    • How cybercriminals exploit the complexity of the digital district
    • Areas of vulnerability from “unintended” insider threats
    • Five steps for protecting schools and students, and ensuring cyber resilience


    Register today for the insight you need to keep students, devices, and data safe.


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    Speakers:
    SURITA BAINS | Director of Product Management, Education | Absolute
    JOSH MAYFIELD | Director of Security Strategy | Absolute


    *This is a rebroadcast, due to popular demand. Feel free to submit any questions as you watch, and we’ll follow-up with you directly. Thank you!
  • Success Story: How Santa Margarita High School delivers a successful 1:1 program Recorded: Nov 5 2019 2 mins
    Peter Leonard - Director of Information Technology - Santa Margarita High School
    Santa Margarita Catholic High School (SMCHS) is located in California and employs a faculty of almost 400 staff to educate around 1,600 students. When researching best practices for providing classroom technology tools insecure learning environments, SMCHS found that many other schools trusted Absolute software for its complete device and data protection capabilities.

    Today, Santa Margarita Catholic High School’s one-to-one learning program is a successful, digital learning program using smart classroom technology to provide safe online learning. It has also increased student technology usage remarkably, with daily utilization near 100%.

    Absolute provides the asset management required by IT to maintain control of a large fleet of devices. When a student changed their device’s operating system within six hours of receiving it, the school had the endpoint visibility to correct the issue within a day.

    The data safeguards inherent within Absolute also help to prove CIPA compliance, which unlocks E-rate discounts. As the program continues to evolve, Santa Margarita Catholic High School considers Absolute the partner to grow with it.

    Key results:
    ● A successful one-to-one program used daily by every single student and teacher
    ● Complete visibility for the school’s IT team to remediate issues on devices
    ● A solution that protects students as the program continues to improve and grow

    The benefits of Absolute for Education:
    ● Keep a persistent, self-healing connection between your school’s IT team and all your devices, both on or off the network
    ● Prove CIPA compliance for E-rate discounts
    ● Use insight from Student Technology Analytics to secure future technology funding.


    Peter Leonard - Director of Information Technology - Santa Margarita High School
  • Success Story: How Anaheim High School District fosters safe learning Recorded: Oct 29 2019 2 mins
    Erik Greenwood - CTO - Anaheim Union High School District
    AUHSD is a trailblazer for providing classroom technology that enables digital learning programs. With almost 30,000 devices for students and teachers in its system, the district understands the importance of asset management and data safeguards.

    Using Absolute software, the IT team has complete endpoint visibility and can easily manage each device whether it’s within the school’s network or not.

    The impact of safe online learning has been felt, with teachers observing positive changes in student participation. Anaheim Union High School District (AUHSD) uses Student Technology Analytics to measure student technology usage and correlate it with improved learning outcomes.

    Key results:
    ● A safe online learning environment that protects students
    ● Visibility for IT to see where devices are, and how they’re being used
    ● Classroom technology tools that prove CIPA compliance for E-rate discounts

    Absolute for education is the only endpoint visibility and control platform that provides a persistent, self-healing connection between your school’s IT team and all of your devices — on or off your network.

    Erik Greenwood - CTO - Anaheim Union High School District
  • Success Story: How Greenville Health System Ensures HIPAA Compliance Recorded: Oct 15 2019 8 mins
    Chris Schmidt - Manager, Information Security - Greenville Health System
    How gaining asset intelligence helped ensure HIPAA compliance for Greenville Health System

    As a large, U.S.-based healthcare organization, Greenville Health System (GHS) needed to adhere to the regulatory standards of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). GHS’ employees and devices are geographically dispersed, making it incredibly challenging to apply and maintain the necessary security measures to protect their devices and sensitive data.

    Absolute’s team performed an Endpoint Risk Assessment to find and identify every device that belonged to Greenville and benchmark internal controls against HIPAA requirements and security best practices. Once the security gaps were identified, they then developed a remediation action plan to improve workflows and ensure security requirements.

    With the Absolute Platform deployed, GHS is confident that their devices and the sensitive data that they contain are always protected. Absolute’s firmware-embedded technology provides continuous visibility and the ability to rapidly remediate at-risk devices. The IT team now has current and historical evidence that encryption is in place on their devices to ensure that they are compliant with HIPAA.

    Key Results:
    • Visibility and protection of data
    • Automated remediation
    • Proof of HIPAA compliance
    • Reduced risk of breach
  • Complexity is Killing IT | Talks with Cybersecurity Experts Recorded: Oct 7 2019 17 mins
    Dr. Nicko van Someren - CTO & Josh Mayfield - Director of Security Strategy | Absolute
    Discover how and why organizations should focus on cyber resilience, with expert recommendations from Absolute’s Chief Technology Officer, Dr. Nicko van Someren.

    Organizations are investing more than ever in cybersecurity and yet device vulnerabilities and data breaches are also on the rise. How can organizations eliminate exposures before they become exploits and build a more resilient security stack?

    In conversation with Absolute’s Josh Mayfield, Nicko discusses the importance of endpoint visibility and control in countering the threats of cyber adversaries. He outlines how advances in machine learning and big data can be used to create more resilient IT systems, while also reducing the challenges of the cybersecurity skills gap.

    From kill chains to zero trust, data analytics and the role of cybersecurity frameworks like NIST, find out how security teams should invest their time and effort to minimize the risk of cyberattacks.

    Chapters:
    Q1: Why is cyber resilience so important and how can organizations become more resilient? 0:35
    Q2: With the prevalence of kill chains, zero trust, and cybersecurity frameworks like NIST, is failure inevitable? 1:47
    Q3: Can we compress the skills gap by leveraging the powers of AI and machine learning? 4:05
    Q4: What’s the distinction between machine learning, artificial intelligence and linear regression? 5:37
    Q5: How do we distinguish statistics from machine learning and how do they differ in being able to look for signals? 7:27
    Q6: What data should organizations collect in order to be able to look for signals and avoid exposures? 9:43
    Q7: What’s the best way of understanding how IT applications and agents are behaving together in a security ecosystem? 12:21
    Q8: What practical steps can Chief Security Officers and Chief Information Officers take to make their organizations more resilient? 14:34
  • Success Story: How a Multi-Billion Dollar Private Company Secures Every Endpoint Recorded: Oct 6 2019 2 mins
    George Gunther - VP and CIO Asplundh Tree Expert Company
    Learn how Asplundh, the largest tree pruning and vegetation management company in the US, protects 7,000 devices across North America with Absolute Software.

    As a full-service utility contractor with over 35,000 employees – many of whom are remote, on-site workers – Asplundh needs to manage and protect their dispersed devices and the data they contain.

    Asplundh relies on the endpoint visibility and control that only Absolute Software provides. With Absolute active, they ensure their devices and their data are always secure, no matter where they are.

    "As a CIO, Absolute gives me peace of mind so I can sleep at night. It has strengthened our security posture, allowing us to stay in compliance and giving us that extra level of comfort."
    George Gunther - CIO | Asplundh Tree Expert


    By activating Absolute Software on their endpoints and incorporating into their standard device image, Asplundh gained uncompromised visibility of its entire device fleet. Beyond this, they can now make critical security applications self-healing on all endpoints, on and off their network, providing a persistent protection layer that could prevent compromise.

    As a result, if a negligent user or an external attacker ever tries to disable or remove an application that should be running on the device at all times, such as endpoint protection or DLP, Application Persistence by Absolute will automatically reinstall it to maintain endpoint compliance and data protection. This takes away the human factor and prevents major issues.

    If a device is stolen on the road, Asplundh’s IT team can now track its location with Absolute and recover it or remotely delete the data for compliance reasons. They can also write scripts or be alerted if something out of the norm is happening.

    Finally, Absolute makes both hardware and software inventory management much easier for Asplundh, increasing its efficiency and accuracy.
  • IT on Trial — Guilty Until Proven Innocent? [PANEL DISCUSSION] Recorded: Jun 18 2019 62 mins
    Dr. Nicko Van Someren, CTO, Absolute | Maninder Malli, VP Legal, Absolute | Josh Mayfield, Director Of Security Strategy, Abs
    Experts debate the legal and technical requirements for data privacy

    The expectations of IT teams are often in conflict — enable increased employee productivity through technology while protecting the data entrusted to the organization. Privacy laws, such as GDPR, CCPA, and HIPAA give organizations parameters to work within and help to ensure accountability. However, in the face of resource constraints and rapidly evolving threats, IT is often caught in the crossfire in choosing where efforts should be focused.

    Join our interactive, video panel discussion with experts from two sides — legal and IT — as they lay out a path for harmonious co-existence between working within the law and advancing technology.

    You will learn:

    • Legal and ethical considerations for data privacy
    • The value legal frameworks provide to technological advancement
    • Predictions about the direction and increasing importance of privacy laws

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    Speakers:
    DR. NICKO VAN SOMEREN | Chief Technology Officer | Absolute
    MANINDER MALLI | VP, Legal | Absolute
    JOSH MAYFIELD | Director of Security Strategy | Absolute


    *This is a rebroadcast, due to popular demand. Feel free to submit any questions as you watch, and we’ll follow-up with you directly. Thank you!
  • Five Easy Ways to Transform Your Absolute Account Recorded: Jun 6 2019 39 mins
    Matt Meanchoff | SVP, Customer Experience & Kristin Padilla | Manager, Customer Success
    Diet and exercise. They’re essential to our health — no shortcuts. But we all know that’s easier said than done.

    Fortunately, maintaining a healthy device population isn’t nearly as demanding.

    By protecting your data and devices with Absolute, you’re already in great shape. And the good news is, Absolute offers shortcuts galore to transform your endpoint security — quickly and painlessly.

    The first is this webinar — an easy, 45-minute investment packed with tips to strengthen your protection. Join your team of account experts as they share:

    • What a “healthy” account looks like and why it’s critical to maintain
    • How to benchmark your account health today
    • Five easy-to-implement features guaranteed to produce remarkable results

    Don’t leave your account health to chance. Sign up to learn “Five Easy Ways to Transform Your Absolute Account” today.

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    Speakers:
    MATT MEANCHOFF | Senior Vice President, Customer Experience | Absolute
    KRISTIN PADILLA | Manager, Customer Success | Absolute
  • Security Frameworks: NIST CSF & HITRUST | Cybersecurity Insights Series Recorded: Apr 25 2019 16 mins
    Josh Mayfield - Director of Security Strategy | Absolute
    Fast-track your understanding of cybersecurity, data regulations, and cybersecurity frameworks with the Cybersecurity Insights series from Absolute.

    > NIST Cybersecuriy Framework
    In this episode, Absolute’s Director of Security Strategy, Josh Mayfield, explains the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) cybersecurity framework (CSF). We overview the five pillars of NIST: Identify, Protect, Detect, Respond, and Recover. Each pillar works toward the goal of creating cyber resilience by default and increasing compliance. Josh reveals that implementation of NIST may seem daunting, but in reality, the framework simply formalizes standards and controls that IT and security teams are already doing. From IT asset inventory of resources and finding vulnerabilities to incident response plan and mitigating future cyber risks, NIST increases your security posture in the unknown future.

    > HITRUST Common Security Framework
    What is it, who is it for and why do you need it? Find out these answers and more in this episode of Absolute’s Cybersecurity Insights video series. Josh Mayfield explores HITRUST and breaks it down into three control categories: user security, asset security, and data security. By controlling who has access to PHI and other sensitive information (as well as in what circumstances), HITRUST gives a solid step toward the ultimate goal — cyber resilience.

    Watch these episodes to learn how you can maintain line of sight on all your devices to achieve and prove endpoint compliance with internal and regulatory requirements (including CIS, COBIT, GDPR, HIPAA, NIST, HITRUST and more).


    >>To watch the rest of the series, please visit our YouTube Channel.
  • The State of Endpoint Security in 2019 | Video Panel Recorded: Apr 4 2019 63 mins
    Renee Murphy | Forrester & Josh Mayfield | Absolute
    New endpoint risks discovered in a study of more than 6 million devices.

    Global cybersecurity spend is up – way up. Yet, 77% of IT and security teams report having little-to-no confidence to prevent or mitigate cyber risks. Why is that?

    We analyzed six million endpoints and one billion change events over the course of one year and uncovered staggering risks. Absolute's Josh Mayfield teams up with featured guest speaker Renee Murphy, Forrester’s Principal Analyst for Security & Risk, in a webinar to reveal the results of our study, including:

    • Why 23% of endpoint security controls fail within weeks
    • Why nearly half of ‘healthy’ agents break, reliably and predictably
    • How auto-updates have done little to improve windows of vulnerability (WoV)
    • Why 91% of devices violate compliance standards and data privacy laws
    • How endpoint security can flourish by persisting the controls, apps, and agents you already own

    Unmask true risk in your device population, and discover actions toward real-world resilience. Don’t miss The State of Endpoint Security in 2019.

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    Speakers:
    • JOSH MAYFIELD - Director of Security Strategy | Absolute
    • RENEE MURPHY - Principal Analyst for Security and Risk Professionals | Forrester
  • Effective Asset Lifecycle Management with Absolute Recorded: Feb 14 2019 45 mins
    Mitch Kelsey – Lead Consultant, Risk and Security Solutions and Dean Fogarty – Director, Information Technology | ABSOLUTE
    Maximize Absolute for IT asset management across your organization. Learn Absolute’s best practices for deploying, managing, monitoring, and decommissioning your IT assets.

    The investment your organization expends in acquiring and securing IT assets is substantial; therefore, the management and governance of them is critical. As an Absolute customer, there’s a lot you can do to keep your devices safe, visible, and under your control at all times.

    In this webinar, we will explore how to optimize Absolute to effectively manage your assets throughout their lifespan and extend their value. From initial deployment to the eventual end-of-life process, find out how to use Absolute to its fullest in order to maintain the integrity of your devices.

    Join us to learn:
    • how to best organize devices in Absolute, according to your asset management plan
    • ways to keep your devices visible and healthy using the Absolute console
    • the importance of planning and executing the end-of-life process for your devices


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    About the Speakers:

    > Mitch Kelsey, Lead Consultant, Risk and Security Solutions at Absolute. With a background in strategic risk management, threat analysis, and project implementation in North America and the Middle East, he delivers assessment and advisory services on Risk and Information Security issues for Absolute’s customers in both the public and private sectors.

    > Dean Fogarty, Director, Information Technology at Absolute. Dean and his team are responsible for managing the assets distributed across the Absolute organization. They leverage the tools available in the Absolute console to track their inventory of assets to ensure that they maintain a healthy and protected state throughout their lifespan.
  • HIPAA Privacy and Security Rules | Cybersecurity Insights series Recorded: Feb 11 2019 5 mins
    Josh Mayfield - Director of Security Strategy | Absolute
    Fast-track your understanding of cybersecurity, data regulations, and cybersecurity frameworks with the Cybersecurity Insights series from Absolute.

    > HIPAA Privacy Rule
    In the first episode, Absolute’s Director of Security Strategy, Josh Mayfield, reveals what healthcare IT and security teams need to know to better protect sensitive personal health information (PHI).

    > HIPAA Security Rule
    In the second episode, Josh explores the HIPAA Security Rule to find out how to protect your organization’s personal health information (PHI). We outline the three safeguards of the HIPAA Security Rule: administrative, physical and technical. The Security Rule Safeguards are legal requirements that must be adhered to. The right technology can shield our most valuable data and help prove compliance should a data breach occur.

    Watch these episodes to learn how you can maintain line of sight on all your devices to achieve continuous compliance, mitigate the risk of a breach and avoid costly penalties from the Office for Civil Rights (OCR).


    >>To watch the rest of the series, please visit our YouTube Channel.
  • 5 Essentials for Securing and Managing Windows 10 Recorded: Jan 29 2019 54 mins
    Josh Mayfield - Director of Security Strategy & Kim Ellery - Senior Director Product Marketing
    With great power comes great responsibility. Learn how to safely unleash the powerful new security features in Windows 10.

    Microsoft has levelled up security capabilities with Windows 10. Virtualization-based security, kernel isolation, recursive data encryption, and Defender’s new cloud brain with block-at-first-sight capabilities are just some of the enhancements. However, this progress also brings challenges for IT and security teams - challenges that could be avoided with the right information.

    Whether your project is in the planning stages, already underway, or close to completion, this one-hour investment will pay dividends during your migration and beyond, as we share how to best deploy and utilize the many security enhancements in Windows 10, while avoiding common – and costly! – migration pitfalls.

    You will learn how to:

    • Identify relevant security controls based on your organization
    • Automate assessments for device readiness
    • Reduce complexity and improve security post-migration
    • Maximize protection in Win10 by leveraging Absolute

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    Speakers:
    • Josh Mayfield - Director of Security Strategy | Absolute
    • Kim Ellery - Senior Director Product Marketing | Absolute
  • SANS Webinar | Cyber Threat Checklist: Are You Prepared? Recorded: Nov 5 2018 61 mins
    Alissa Torres | SANS Institute & Kevin Golas | Absolute
    Learn the must-have items to include in your plan.

    The moment you realize a cybersecurity incident has occurred is critical. Reacting in panic can create more harm and expose your organization to further liabilities. You need a tested cyber threat response plan at-the-ready to jump into action immediately and neutralize the threat. Before it takes control.

    SANS Institute and Absolute have teamed up to assemble the key components you need to include when building your plan. Having a checklist ensures that you don’t miss an important step. Register for this webinar to find out the must-have items to include in a cyber-threat checklist and, ensure that never happens again.

    You will learn how to:

    • Validate, measure and communicate risk
    • Ensure your company is prepared for a breach
    • Find the balance of in-house and outsourced resources
    • Reduce your threat of being breached by up to 80%


    Featured Speakers:
    • Alissa Torres - SANS analyst and certified SANS instructor | SANS Institute
    • Kevin Golas - Senior Director of Risk Management and Investigations | Absolute
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