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Future proof: Trends and Likely Outcomes from COVID

The fallout from the rapid spread of COVID-19 has created an unprecedented public health and economic crisis, halting most aspects of everyday life throughout the world. As a result, operational priorities for state and local governments have shifted, especially in transportation departments. These shifts in the economy will be felt for months and perhaps years to come. Many are starting to predict that this crisis is a precursor to the way climate change could impact the world, all of which will change government functions. Join us to:
- Explore the initial challenges and trends we've seen in cities
- Highlight best practices
- Discuss how to future proof your agency for the new normal

We will hear from Gabe Klein, Founding Partner of Cityfi and former Commissioner of the Chicago and Washington, DC Departments of Transportation and Ashley Z. Hand, Founding Partner of Cityfi and former CIO for the City of Kansas City.
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    Gabe Klein, Cityfi Partner & Albert Shen, Manager of Verizon Public Sector Strategy
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    IP-based distribution of media content is rapidly becoming the standard. But it’s 5G that could truly transform the way content is created, distributed and consumed. In terms of workflows, 5G will have far reaching implications for organizations across the entire M&E landscape. Verizon 5G Edge is bringing us closer to a world where all assets will be created, stored and ultimately delivered in the cloud, providing more efficient production workflows, enabling greater creative freedom, supporting higher volume and quality of content, and lowering operating costs.

    Our presenters include -

    Nicki Palmer, SVP & Chief Product Officer, Verizon
    Danny Johnson, Director, 5G/MEC Product Marketing, Verizon
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    Abraham Arencibia, Director 5G Technology, Verizon
    Avi Cohen, Co-founder & COO, LiveU
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    Dan Pisarski, VP of Engineering, LiveU
    Brad Cheney, VP Field Operations & Engineering, Fox Sports
    David McElhatten, SVP of Media & Software Solutions, Disney
    Marc Weinstock, Senior Director Field Operations & Media Traffic Control, NBCUniversal
    Eric Iverson, CTO Global M&E Vertical, Amazon Web Services
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    Steven Blackwell, Michael Weller, Andrew Herson & Dinesh Ramasvamy
    Verizon and AWS bring the power of cloud computing to the network edge with 5G Edge. We know manufacturers like you have many questions about what 5G Edge means for your business, your people and your operations.
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    Get more insight and strategies on building your 5G MEC Edge in your operation.

    Topics include:

    •The benefits of MEC over Cloud implementations for remote facilities

    •Leveraging MEC and 5G to take operational efficiency to the next level, improving quality, worker safety
    and production volume

    •Lessons learned from early adopters around shifting data sharing regulations, integrated newly installed
    third-party equipment into your IT environment, and setting realistic expectations for Computer Vision
    accuracy.

    •Overcoming known risks and barriers to fully deploying MEC capabilities in your operation.
  • Verizon Threat Research Advisory Center MIB: Web App Attacks Recorded: Mar 17 2021 81 mins
    Harry Wan, Chris Herrera, Kevin Horvath, Ryan DeFelice, John Grim, and David Kennedy
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    The Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report and the Verizon Media Services Managed Web Security Report cover web application attacks. Harry Wan, Chris Herrera, Kevin Horvath, Ryan DeFelice, John Grim, and David Kennedy, will cover:
    • Web App Attacks and the Data Breach Investigations Report
    • Web App Attacks and the latest Managed Web Security Report
    • Web App Attacks and countermeasures to take" (edited)

    And then we'll turn things over to David Kennedy, Managing Principal, Open Source Intelligence to 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
  • Digital Transformation and Security in Retail Recorded: Mar 16 2021 33 mins
    Dave Grady, Jerri McDonald Traflet and Andy Brady
    Retailers are navigating through one of the most transformative and tumultuous times in the history of their industry, and with all this change comes greater risk. Digital Transformation was well-underway before the pandemic, but COVID greatly accelerated the pace of change, most notably in customer expectations and the IT needed to meet consumer preferences. This webinar examines the market dynamics that are driving IT change in retail and introducing greater cybersecurity risk. It also offers insight into how retailers can get ahead of these emerging challenges – and realize the opportunities of secure Digital Transformation. Retail expert Jerri McDonald Traflet, Managing Partner of Verizon Business Group’s Global Solutions team joins Verizon security experts David Grady and Andrew Roth for this free and informative webinar that promises to be thought-provoking and actionable for retail leaders and IT/risk decision-makers.
  • SWIFT: How to remain compliant in 2021 as new regulations come into force Recorded: Mar 10 2021 48 mins
    Deepinder (Deep) Chhabra, Senior Manager for Verizon Cyber Assurance, UK
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    Assessment controls themselves do not change yet, this important new requirement brings with it peer group awareness if an organisation is found to be non-compliant. In this webinar, Verizon's global team of risk and compliance consultants who specialise in financial services will discuss the straight-forward options that exist for external assessment and compliance validation.

    Verizon is a global leader in security compliance for the financial services industry worldwide.

    We look forward to sharing with you our recommendations for staying compliant as SWIFTs new regulations come into force.
  • Cyber Threat Landscape in Manufacturing Recorded: Mar 9 2021 49 mins
    John Grim, Verizon VTRAC MIB and Andy Roth, Verizon Marketing
    For the 2014-2020 Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR) timeframe, Manufacturing organizations topped the list of non-government industries at 21% for threat actors with an Espionage motive. Data breaches involving threat actors with an Espionage motive are similar to yet different from data breaches involving threat actors with a Financial motive.
    In this session, Verizon – producers of the annual DBIR– will compare and contrast Espionage-motived and Financial-motived data breaches. We’ll present this session through the lens of VERIS – Vocabulary for Event Recording and Information Sharing – Framework, to include the A4 Threat Model: Actors, Actions, Attributes, and Assets, and highlight key controls to counter data breaches.

    Several case studies will also be shared to illustrate how Verizon security solutions can effectively address the challenges from different types of cybersecurity threats.
  • A matter of trust: Building consumer confidence in data sharing and technology Recorded: Mar 9 2021 40 mins
    Gordon Littley, Jerri Traflet, Peter Tomfohrde
    The global pandemic has increased the level of digital outreach to customers, and they are sharing more of their personal data with brands than ever before. But that doesn’t mean customers are comfortable with it.

    In our recent webinar, Gordon Littley - Managing Director, Vertical Business Development, Peter Tomfohrde - Senior Manager, Verizon Strategy and Business Development and Jerri Traflet - Managing Partner Retail, Travel, Hospitality and Distribution, discussed:
    - key findings from a research study of 6,000 consumers across the globe;
    - advice for brands on how to use new technologies in a trustworthy manner;
    - how to earn customer trust while delivering personalized experiences;
    - regaining customer trust after a negative data experience (such as a breach or misuse of data)
  • Financial Cyber-Espionage Recorded: Mar 2 2021 54 mins
    John Grim, Verizon VTRAC MIB
    Financially motivated data breaches are similar to and different from espionage motives data breaches. John Grim, VTRAC | Research, Development, Innovation, will compare financially-motived and espionage-motived data breaches. Specifically John will cover the:
     
    ·       A4 Threat Models aspects of Financial Motive Breaches
    ·       A4 Threat Models aspects of Espionage Motive Breaches
    ·       Comparison between motives and the countermeasures to take
  • How to overcome payment security challenges in the Retail & Hospitality Recorded: Feb 25 2021 54 mins
    Ciske Van Oosten; Dave Grady
    Verizon's 2020 Payment Security Report shows that achieving compliance with payment card security standards is hard, but maintaining compliance is even harder. Join Verizon security experts, Ciske Van Oosten and Dave Grady, to learn about payment security concerns specific to Retail and Hospitality.

    - What is control sustainability and effectiveness
    - Why is low control sustainability a problem?
    - Why is there a drop is full compliance within the Retail and Hospitality industries?
    - Critical insights for solving PCI Security compliance challenges
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