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Verizon Security Summit Series Session 1: Strategic Outsourcing

Verizon Security Summit Series Session 1: Security Ready? Strategic outsourcing to focus on what matters most

This webinar will:
- Explore the myths, misconceptions, and half-truths within cybersecurity staffing
- Explain a more effective way for security and risk pros to build a complete, qualified security team
- Examine how the ever-expanding role of the CISO is driving the need for better prioritization of available resources
- Help audience-members take a more strategic approach to evaluating alternatives like outsourcing
Recorded Apr 23 2020 61 mins
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Presented by
Dave Grady, Verizon & Joseph Blankenship, Forrester
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  • Back to School: Impact of the Virtual Classroom Recorded: Oct 1 2020 51 mins
    Hosted by Alan Cox, Executive Vice President, eRepublic & Ron Clark, Disney's American Teacher of the Year
    Education may be the last sector of the economy to return to normal. From a safety perspective, it has both high risk and low economic value for the population. The industry will be under pressure to transform to meet demand, provide sustainable programs and compete in the new normal. This transformation however is far more complicated than any other social segment as it as community and family implications that reach beyond the four walls of the institution.
  • Cloud security – überall sicher arbeiten Recorded: Oct 1 2020 59 mins
    Alexander Schmidt | Hans Irlacher | Mario Zimmler
    Es ist nicht leicht, die Balance zwischen Unternehmensanforderungen und einer guten Nutzererfahrung zu halten. Immer mehr Mitarbeiter nutzen Apps aus der Cloud. Ob im Büro oder im Home Office muss die IT dafür sorgen, dass das flüssig funktioniert und gleichzeitig die die Sicherheits- und Compliance-Standards eingehalten werden.

    Wir möchten zusammen mit Netskope zeigen, wie Sie eine moderne und sichere IT Umgebung mit allen Vorzügen der Cloud passend für Ihr Unternehmen umsetzen können.

    In diesem Webinar sprechen wir über folgende Themen:

    · Wie Sie die Risiken der Cloud-Nutzung für Ihr Unternehmen bewerten können (Sicherheit & Compliance)

    · Wie Sie ein einheitliches Sicherheitsniveau für alle Nutzer unabhängig vom Standort umsetzen können, ohne veraltete VPN Technologie zu nutzen

    · Wie Sie herausfinden können, ob Ihre sensiblen Daten öffentlich zugänglich sind

    Alexander Schmidt, Solutions Executive Security, Verizon
    Hans Irlacher, Regional Sales Manager, Netskope
    Mario Zimmler, Senior Sales Engineer, Netskope
  • How to automate your return to workplace processes Recorded: Oct 1 2020 29 mins
    Steffen Selbman, Principal CX Consultant, Verizon
    During this session, Verizon - a leading supplier of customer experience solutions - operating office locations globally and employing around 150,000 colleagues with over 30,000 contact centre agents, will provide thought-provoking and actionable ideas for how to use contact centre automation within your business to streamline employee return to workplace processes.

    Our contact centre experts will demonstrate how organisations can automate health screening for their employees as they return to the office environment, enabling data gathering of critical health tracking information, improving HR staff productivity and reducing the need for human interaction.
  • Re-Creating Work as a Blend of Virtual and Physical Experiences Recorded: Sep 24 2020 40 mins
    Abbie Lundberg | Melanie Frank | Sampath Sowmyanarayan
    The global pandemic of 2020 accelerated organisations’ digital workplace transformations. For the most part, increased remote working has proven to be a remarkable success, and few organisations will go back to the way things were before.

    New research by Harvard Business Review Analytic Services finds that the majority of business leaders say the quality of remote work has been at least as good as the work done in the physical workplace. A lot goes into ensuring that remote workers thrive, including having the right technology tools and establishing new norms for engagement and collaboration. For leaders in digital transformation, it’s more than just adapting to working remotely but working smarter, more securely and positioned for the future digital workplace.

    Join Abbie Lundberg, contributing editor to Harvard Business Review Analytic Services; Melanie Frank, Vice President of PowerUp Technology at Capital One; and Sampath Sowmyanarayan, President — Global Enterprise at Verizon to discover:

    * Why a blended physical/digital workplace is the future
    * Essential features of a successful digital workplace
    * Challenges that employers must overcome to enable and manage remote work
    * What it takes to support a thriving digital workforce
    * How to make virtual collaboration work — even in a DevOps or agile environment

    Featured speakers:
    Abbie Lundberg, Contributing Editor, Harvard Business Review Analytic Services
    Melanie Frank, Vice President of PowerUp Technology at Capital One
    Sampath Sowmyanarayan, President of Global Enterprise, Verizon Business Group
  • SWIFT CSP, la continuité de la sécurité PCI DSS Recorded: Sep 23 2020 53 mins
    Abdelkrim AHMED BACHA | Johann DUMONT
    La menace croissante de cyberattaques et les récents cas de fraude aux paiements dans les environnements des clients SWIFT ont démontré la nécessité d’une collaboration à l'échelle du secteur pour lutter contre ces menaces. Le programme SWIFT CSP, lancé en 2016, vise à aider les utilisateurs à sécuriser leurs environnements et améliorer le partage des informations dans l'ensemble de la communauté SWIFT.

    Au cœur des interactions entre les clients et leurs données, le standard PCI DSS, créé par les principaux réseaux de cartes, a pour objectif de sécuriser ces échanges en début de chaîne et jusqu’aux traitements. La norme PCI DSS vise à protéger les données cartes bancaires au niveau des marchands ainsi que des prestataires de services sur la chaine de valeur (prestataire de paiement, centre d’appels, conciergerie etc.).

    La jonction avec le monde des messages financiers SWIFT se fait à la fin des traitements cartes (virements locaux ou internationaux) où le programme « SWIFT CSP » prend le relais sur la sécurisation des systèmes d’information et métiers. Cela permet des échanges sécurisés des différents membres – Banques et Entreprises – sur le réseau SWIFTNET.

    VERIZON vous propose sur cette session de partager son expertise et expérience autour de la sécurité des paiements PCI DSS & SWIFT et des messages financiers.

    En conclusion de ce Webinaire, vous aurez la possibilité d’échanger avec nos experts sur les problématiques liées au programme SWIFT CSP, à ses différentes approches et à vos challenges.
  • New Defenses for New Threats Recorded: Sep 23 2020 46 mins
    Dave Grady, Verizon Chief Security Evangelist
    As people and organizations make greater use of digital technology, the
    volume and value of data are increasing. Attacks can be highly profitable,

    Whether they take the form of data theft and subsequent resale on the open market or the increasingly common ransomware attacks, which force an organization to pay for access to its own data.

    Several aspects of attack innovation have become particularly troubling to enterprise IT security leaders.

    In this webinar, you’ll learn:
    The sophistication of deceptive email spearphishing techniques
    The ease with which attackers can now generate one-off malware
    packages
    The trend toward “low and slow” attacks
    The speed and adaptability with which attackers spin up attack
    infrastructure,
    The advent of malware kits and malware-as-a-service resources
  • Televised Sports is Back – Or is it? Recorded: Sep 17 2020 50 mins
    Ron Insana: Contributor to CNBC and MSNBC and Michael Davies: SVP, Technical and Field Operations, FOX Sports
    As sports returns to the small screen, there are a number of noticeable changes that have risen from COVID-19. Most important is the lack of fans in the stands. But that is the tip of the iceberg. Restrictions around players, indoor sports versus outdoor sports, consolidation of games into one controlled environment—the list goes on. There is a huge pent-up demand for live sports, but is it the same experience without fans?

    Join our host, Business Journalist Ron Insana, along with guest speaker from Fox Sports, Michael Davies for a discussion on broadcasting live sports and how the pandemic has affected the industry.
  • Combatting cyber risk: enterprise detection and response in the post-Covid world Recorded: Sep 17 2020 59 mins
    Ashish Khanna
    As the working environment continues to change - not least because of changed working practices for many, and technological advancements such as 5G continue to disrupt and excite business opportunity - organisations are more than ever needing to solidify and enhance their approach to detecting threats from many sources whilst also having robust response processes in place.

    Verizon will discuss the choices that exist for organisations based on their specific needs, preferences and existing technology commitments; this session will also provide insight on how to deliver a programmatic and structured approach to threat detection and response which enables you to gain holistic visibility into threats from different detection tools, and how by building effective response processes integrated with relevant threat intelligence can help ensure that you prioritise and address the most critical threats.

    Speakers
    Ashish Khanna, Assoc Dir - PS Advisory Svcs, Verizon Business
  • Payment Security: Protect your customers and your reputation. Recorded: Sep 16 2020 53 mins
    David Grady and Ciske Van Oosten
    When companies are attacked, personal and financial customer information from payment card data is often the target. Customers trust you with their data, and a breach could permanently damage your reputation. The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) was designed to help protect payment data from the point of purchase and beyond.

    You’ll learn about:
    PCI Compliance security requirements
    Methodology for helping you validate PCI compliance
    How to identify critical gaps and help solving them through proven methods
  • Verizon Threat Research Advisory Center Monthly Intelligence Briefing (MIB) Recorded: Sep 16 2020 71 mins
    Dave Kennedy, Managing Principal, Open Source Intelligence
    Join us—the Verizon Threat Research Advisory Center – for our Monthly Intelligence Briefing (MIB) to discuss the current cybersecurity threat landscape.

    This webinar will cover:
    •Current Intelligence Overview
    •Attacks and Threat Indicators
    •Latest Malware Trends
    •Significant Vulnerabilities

    If you have any questions that you'd like us to cover on the call, please send them to the following email address: Intel.Briefing@verizon.com
  • How partnerships can help close the digital divide Recorded: Sep 15 2020 58 mins
    Cityfi and Verizon
    Reliable internet access is essential for finding employment, staying informed, and keeping pace with a fast-changing world. But the digital divide continues to keep many Americans from accessing key online services. About 70% of adult Americans have smartphones, but not all have a data plan or the necessary internet skills. And 44 million Americans lack high-speed internet access. The COVID-19 crisis has brought new awareness to the digital divide and its significant impact on lower-income school children. Will the current “homework gap” become an educational crisis in the future? Is digital equity achievable?

    Hear from a panel of experts from the public and private sectors, as well as leaders from philanthropy and academia—all discussing the importance of partnerships in closing the digital divide.

    Featuring:
    • Katie Boody, Founder and CEO, LEANLAB Education
    • Greta Byrum, Director of Community Tech NY, and co-director of the Digital Equity Laboratory at The New School
    • Kate Garman, Senior Associate, Cityfi; Former Technology Policy Advisor to Mayor Jenny Durkan, Seattle WA
    • Justina Nixon-Saintil, Director of Corporate Social Responsibility, Verizon
  • In Cybersecurity, Integrity Matters. We're Talking Machines, Not Just People Recorded: Sep 9 2020 37 mins
    Damon Hopley, Verizon Security
    Although many of us don’t think about integrity in the context of cybersecurity, it is a critical component of any security program, especially in highly regulated environments.

    Having confidence in the integrity of the machines connected to your network —that is, knowing if a configuration change occurred in error or with malicious intent—is an absolute necessity in the digital world. From applications running on cloud-based virtual machines to IoT endpoints monitoring critical services, data integrity (or the lack thereof) can make or break an organization overnight.

    And having real-time, round-the-cloud visibility into whether the machines on your network are actually configured the way you think they are is another absolute necessity. Changes made in error to settings in any number of systems can have the same detrimental impact as intentional changes made by a bad actor, including compliance issues, data theft and compromised operations.

    In this webinar you will learn:
    - How the new telemetry point of machine state helps shorten the time between compromise, detection and response
    - The importance of establishing baselines for normal behavior from servers where sensitive data resides, and for endpoints monitoring essential operations
    - The benefits of having real-time, non-repudiated evidence of tampering in the state of machines running in cloud, IoT and 5G/MEC environments
  • Making your Way in Cybersecurity: How to Improve your Hiring Potential Recorded: Sep 3 2020 47 mins
    Owanate Bestman | Deepinder Chhabra
    Much has been made of the "cybersecurity skills gap" which would suggest it is easy to find a job in cybersecurity. We believe this is not the case and employers have high expectations even for entry-level jobs. Meanwhile, the pandemic has also affected organisations' strategic direction, budgets and therefore hiring priorities, making that glut of open positions not quite as voluminous as it arguably once was.

    During this session, Owanate Bestman, Director of Bestman Solutions Limited and Deepinder (Deep) Chhabra, Senior Manager for Verizon's UK Cyber Assurance practice and ISACA London Chapter Chairperson, will discuss what in their experience, candidates can and should do to make themselves more marketable to employers. This panel session will address topics such as experience and skills required for entry level positions, the value of certifications and accreditations, which cyber disciplines and job functions are most in need today, and what is most important to employers when seeking new talent into an organisation.
  • New Defenses for New Threats Recorded: Sep 2 2020 47 mins
    Dave Grady, Verizon Chief Security Evangelist
    As people and organizations make greater use of digital technology, the
    volume and value of data are increasing. Attacks can be highly profitable,

    Whether they take the form of data theft and subsequent resale on the open market or the increasingly common ransomware attacks, which force an organization to pay for access to its own data.

    Several aspects of attack innovation have become particularly troubling to enterprise IT security leaders.

    In this webinar, you’ll learn:
    The sophistication of deceptive email spearphishing techniques
    The ease with which attackers can now generate one-off malware
    packages
    The trend toward “low and slow” attacks
    The speed and adaptability with which attackers spin up attack
    infrastructure,
    The advent of malware kits and malware-as-a-service resources
  • What’s Your Risk by Not Knowing How to Secure IoT Devices? Recorded: Sep 2 2020 59 mins
    Khamis Abulgubein, Lorna Jones, Erwin Levy
    As the Internet of Things matures, IoT devices are becoming a common part of many industries. But even as the devices—from sensors to cameras to smart buildings and smart factory components—proliferate, they’re less apt to be protected from data breaches and cyberattacks. 

    Fortunately, there is a lot IT teams can do to improve IoT security now and going forward. The first step is developing a strategy for evaluating and monitoring device and data security on a regular basis. Consider implementing some best practices to create an IoT device security strategy that helps protect your organization.

    Join this webinar to learn:
    Best practices to create an IoT device security strategy that helps protect your organization.
    The impact to your business and reputation by choosing IoT devices that are not secure.
    Recommendations on decision making, technologies and security framework
  • Why future-readiness is the antidote to uncertainty. Recorded: Sep 2 2020 42 mins
    Hannah Freegard | John Williams
    How can organisations shape their workforce today to meet the challenges of tomorrow? Verizon’s latest research – conducted before and after the Covid-19 crisis broke – reveals that 61% of business leaders believe the pandemic has highlighted weaknesses in their business strategy, while 65% report that their strategy will change dramatically as a result of the pandemic.

    The data from the two phases of the research informed the creation of the Future of Work Index, which measures the progress of organisations across four critical categories of future-readiness: technology, skills and behaviours, leadership, and new ways of working. The data also showed that an elite group of organisations (those that scored in the top 20% of the Index) report better financial performance than their peers. In this webinar you will learn about the four categories and find out why they are the foundation of future success, as well as hearing why the Covid-19 crisis has underscored the importance of acting on the insights now to forge a path to a more profitable tomorrow.

    Hannah Freegard, Group Editor, Longitude.
    Moderated by John Williams, Marketing Director, Verizon Business.
  • Open for Business: How Cities are Making it Happen Recorded: Aug 28 2020 61 mins
    Cityfi, hosted by BlueJeans by Verizon
    As more cities open for business, best practices are emerging for adjusting to the new normal and helping to future-proof communities and economies.

    During this Cityfi webinar, hosted on BlueJeans by Verizon, a round-table of experts highlighted insights, experiences and best practices gained from COVID-19 recovery and resilience initiatives in cities across the country. Listen to how these vibrant communities are jump starting their economies, redefining the relationship between public spaces, teleworking and much more.

    Featuring:
    •Karina Ricks, Director of the Department of Mobility and Infrastructure, City of Pittsburgh
    •Eulois Cleckley, Director of the Department of Transportation and Infrastructure, City of Denver
    •Gabe Klein, Co-Founder of Cityfi and Former Commissioner of the Chicago and Washington, DC Departments of Transportation
    •Ashley Hand, Co-Founder of Cityfi and Former CIO for the City of Kansas City
    •Albert Shen, Verizon Smart Communities Executive
  • Verizon MDM Portal Training for Distance Learning Recorded: Aug 28 2020 15 mins
    Michael Gaertner and Christopher Rutledge of Technology and Product Development
    Verizon Mobile Device Management (MDM) enables device firmware
    over-the-air (FOTA) management, device diagnostics and broadband
    hotspot management services that are crucial for enabling distance
    learning. Using FOTA management, IT can postpone and assess
    application and firmware updates prior to deployment, to help improve
    cybersecurity and uptime. With robust device diagnostics tools, IT can
    download and monitor data from mobile devices. And broadband hotspot management enables over-the-air management of Jetpack® mobile hotspot and USB devices to secure data. These capabilities are housed within a single pane of glass in the solution’s centralized interface.

    Join Verizon’s Michael Gaertner and Christopher Rutledge of Technology and Product Development to learn how to best leverage Verizon’s Mobile Device Management and gain an understanding of how to:
    • Maintain your portal instance
    • Administer policies
    • Create groups
    • Enroll devices into management

    When you choose Verizon MDM, you get an experience that adds
    flexibility, simplicity and power to your business automation. We are
    innovators committed to giving you an intuitive MDM experience with
    unique features only available through the Verizon network.
  • Crunch Time for Higher Ed Recorded: Aug 27 2020 47 mins
    Alan Cox, Executive Vice President, eRepublic and Tyler Cowen, Professor at George Mason University
    Digital Transformation Comes to Education: A Webinar Series - Crunch Time for Higher Ed

    Education may be the last sector of the economy to return to normal, because from a safe perspective, it has both high risk and low economic value for the population. It may be likely that the sector will be under intense pressure to quickly transform and provide sustainable models to compete in the new normal.

    - Competition for students to sustain enrollment volumes
    - Bridging the funding gap between lost tax revenues and the CARES Act
    - Finding new opportunities for graduate research funding

    Join host Alan Cox, Executive Vice President of eRepublic, along with speaker Tyler Cowen, professor at George Mason University, for a discussion on the new economic challenges facing higher ed in 2020 and what leadership can do to navigate a rapidly evolving environment.
  • Empowering public sector personnel with connected fleets Recorded: Aug 26 2020 55 mins
    Jason Taylor, Matthew Nixon, Harry Rosenberg, Steve Carr, DeWayne Williams, Mark DeVol
    Public-sector organizations, whether they’re fire departments, mass transit, public works or others, all depend on fleets of vehicles to provide services. Yet, in many cases, those fleets lack reliable, secure and fully integrated mobile connectivity.

    Verizon LTE Vehicle Internet combines a bundle of ruggedized, 4G LTE wireless routers, accessories and management software with service on our 4G LTE network to help enable reliable, secure connectivity across your fleets. Plus, it’s available on many public-sector contract vehicles, which helps simplify the procurement of hardware, connectivity and management solutions.

    The solution opens the door to new insights and community and employee experiences. With LTE Vehicle Internet, you can monitor fleet performance, as well as gain insights into critical indicators, such as geofencing and equipment position and usage, while staying connected to your applications.
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