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Verizon Threat Research Advisory Center MIB: PCI Attacks

The Verizon Payment Security Report (PSR), first published in 2010, is the only report of its kind. The PSR provides an in-depth perspective on the regulatory landscape of the payment card industry (PCI). Join this session and find out about:

• PFI (PCI Forensic Investigation) findings / trends
• 2021 Payment Security Report highlights
• The way forward: mitigating attacks / breach readiness

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
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  • Verizon Threat Research Advisory Center MIB: All Star Panel Dec 15 2021 3:00 pm UTC 90 mins
    Chris Novak, John Grim, Dave Kennedy
    The end of 2021 is nearly here. Tune in to our All Star Panel of cybersecurity experts for a discussion summarizing where we've been and projections for where we're headed in cybersecurity, investigative response, and threat intelligence. Takeaways:

    • The biggest security challenges of 2021
    • Lessons learned from 2021
    • The way forward for 2022

    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
  • Verizon Threat Research Advisory Center MIB: PCI Attacks Nov 17 2021 3:00 pm UTC 90 mins
    John Grim, Neal Maguire, Dave Kennedy
    The Verizon Payment Security Report (PSR), first published in 2010, is the only report of its kind. The PSR provides an in-depth perspective on the regulatory landscape of the payment card industry (PCI). Join this session and find out about:

    • PFI (PCI Forensic Investigation) findings / trends
    • 2021 Payment Security Report highlights
    • The way forward: mitigating attacks / breach readiness

    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
  • Grant Writing Process and Award Implementation Nov 10 2021 7:00 pm UTC 75 mins
    Joan Brody, National Grant Expert; Lou Dauten, Verizon Specialist
    Join us for part 3 of the webinar series on grant writing, “Successful Grant Writing For Your Agency.”

    Learn more about what grants are available and how your Agency can apply with additional insight from a nationally recognized grant writing expert.

    National grant expert Joan Brody, is a skilled grant writer and fundraiser who has worked with public safety and non-profit agencies across the nation, helping them develop a strategic grant planning process that has yielded additional funding well after her consultancy ends. Joan has worked in the criminal justice system for 25+ years, including as a key member of William J. Bratton’s senior staff in the Boston and New York City Police Departments.
  • Verizon Cyber Risk Roundtable Series Ep. 4 Nov 4 2021 4:00 pm UTC 75 mins
    Dave Grady, Verizon Security Evangelist
    Verizon presents The Cyber Risk Roundtable Series Episode 4

    In partnership with CrowdStrike

    In this 4-part webinar series, Verizon and partnering security experts discuss the state of cybersecurity and the role of security as a business enabler.

    The panel will review the latest data and research from Verizon’s gold standard research reports coupled with our field experience doing 600+ breach investigations every year to educate the cybersecurity community on ways to become more resilient and innovative through digital transformations.

    Cybersecurity stakeholders will learn how to…
    Focus on the most likely attack vectors for their industry and the resources available to build an agile, intelligence-driven security program.
    Ensure security has a seat at the table during product innovation and technology evaluations
    Build a collaborative relationship between security, network and IT teams, both tactically and strategically
    Leverage data to enable maximum return on program investments
  • Candid Conversations with CISOs Ep. III: The Human Element Oct 28 2021 4:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Dave Grady, Verizon Security Evangelist
    The Candid Conversations with CISOs webinar series showcases security industry CISOs and senior leaders in panel discussions focusing on key issues within the cybersecurity community. Gain invaluable insight into how today’s security leaders are handling the most challenging threat landscape they’ve ever seen while also planning for the future and exerting more influence on corporate digital transformation strategies.

    EPISODE 3: The human element
    This panel of security leaders will share their experiences with BYOD policies, social media security policies and proactive defense tactics for managing insider threat actors. Discussion will also focus on lessons learned from “training and awareness” efforts that succeeded (and failed). Learn how these CISOs and their teams balance security with the employee “user experience” in a workplace that’s changed dramatically over the last 18 months.
  • Grant Preparedness: Developing Strategy in Advance Oct 27 2021 6:00 pm UTC 75 mins
    Joan Brody, National Grant Expert; Lou Dauten, Verizon Specialist
    You are invited to attend a 3-part webinar series on grant writing, “Successful Grant Writing For Your Agency.” This is part 2.

    Join us to learn more about what grants are available and how your Agency can apply with additional insight from a nationally recognized grant writing expert.

    National grant expert Joan Brody, is a skilled grant writer and fundraiser who has worked with public safety and non-profit agencies across the nation, helping them develop a strategic grant planning process that has yielded additional funding well after her consultancy ends. Joan has worked in the criminal justice system for 25+ years, including as a key member of William J. Bratton’s senior staff in the Boston and New York City Police Departments.
  • Cybersecurity Showcase Ep. III: Verizon's Threat and Vulnerability Portfolio Oct 27 2021 3:00 am UTC 47 mins
    Kevin Horvath, Verizon
    The number of security threats and vulnerabilities has exploded in recent years. Businesses must identify potential vulnerabilities and be proactive in assessing cyber threats and addressing any security gaps. Traditionally, these security vulnerabilities were detected using a computer program known as a vulnerability scanner, which scans networks, assets and applications for known weaknesses. But, in many cases, organizations may have complex vulnerabilities in their applications and business infrastructure that scanning tools alone can’t discover and more comprehensive assessment services are needed.

    Additionally, many organizations want to identify what TTPs (Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures) are used by sophisticated threat actors to compromise networks in various ways after the initial foothold has been obtained. Many times the traditional exploitation of a vulnerability via a missing security patch isn’t the only or primary means to gain the initial foothold, but leveraging misconfigurations or abusing protocols and other means can be used.

    This webinar will focus on how to position and sell three of Verizon’s Threat & Vulnerability assessment services:
    • Penetration Testing: Uses manual testing and advanced exploitation techniques to assess a customer's environment for various types of vulnerabilities and attempts various types of post-exploitation activities to measure the danger those weaknesses may cause, so they can prepare before an attack occurs.
    • Red Team Operations: Implements simulated sophisticated covert attacks to gauge the effectiveness of the customer’s defensive capabilities in terms of threat detection, response, and containment. It also serves as training exercises for defensive teams.
    • Ransomware Attack Simulation: Tests the current state of processes and technical aspects of company defenses and identifies measures they can take to prepare for a Ransomware attack.
  • Candid Conversations with CISOs Ep. II: “Societal Dimension” of cyber security Oct 21 2021 4:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Dave Grady, Verizon Security Evangelist
    The Candid Conversations with CISOs webinar series showcases security industry CISOs and senior leaders in panel discussions focusing on key issues within the cybersecurity community. Gain invaluable insight into how today’s security leaders are handling the most challenging threat landscape they’ve ever seen while also planning for the future and exerting more influence on corporate digital transformation strategies.

    Episode II: Why is the “societal dimension” of cyber security important to business?
    Awareness of cybercrime and information risk is at an all-time high, with stories of ransomware attacks, massive data thefts and third-party risk dominating the headlines. When consumers, business partners and other key stakeholders worry about cybersecurity, it puts new pressures on security leaders to provide assurance about security and compliance. This panel will share their experiences with how they’ve manage stakeholder expectations, demonstrate security ROI to their leadership, and turned their security programs into a brand asset.
  • Verizon Presents: The Verizon Frontline Emergency Series - Part 2 Oct 20 2021 6:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Dr. Jerome Hauer, Ellis Stanley & Cory Davis
    Verizon Presents: The Verizon Frontline Emergency Series Part 2: Emergency Response and Recovery

    Part two of our webinar series focused on how public safety organizations, agencies and communities use Verizon Frontline Emergency Services to communicate and protect citizens in the face of unexpected events. Preparation is key, and the first critical step in a full Emergency Response plan. But along with that comes the ability to recover. Unexpected difficulties and challenges will undoubtedly occur, but the key is having the ability to recover in a real way and also having the ability to systematically improve through experience. Our experts will explore every aspect of response and recovery, and how key learnings can help improve overall preparedness, as well as processes.

    Meet our host and guests:

    Our host Cory Davis has more than 16 years' experience in advanced wireless technology and public safety leadership. He's currently the National Director for Public Safety Strategy and the Verizon Response Team. This team partners with public safety/public sector agencies across the U.S. to help them stay connected and prepare for crises, events and emergencies.

    Dr. Jerome Hauer is a leading expert in emergency response, emergency management and crisis planning. His background includes years of experience serving in state and federal government agencies and departments tasked to prepare for and respond to biological, chemical and nuclear terrorism acts, and other man-made and natural disasters.

    Ellis M. Stanley Sr. is one of the country's foremost leaders in emergency management, homeland security and major event planning, with over 45 years of experience. Stanley's career includes leadership posts for numerous state and local government agencies and spearheaded planning for several large-scale events, such as the 2008 Democratic National Convention and the 1984 and 1996 Summer Olympics.
  • Verizon Threat Research Advisory Center MIB: NIST CSF - Recover Oct 20 2021 2:00 pm UTC 90 mins
    Stefan Englbrecht, Dave Kennedy
    NIST CSF Recover – Oops they did it again: Preparation and Lessons Learned

    NIST CSF Recover is about developing and implementing appropriate activities to maintain plans for resilience and to restore any capabilities or services that were impaired due to a cybersecurity incident. Stefan Englbrecht, VTRAC Team, will cover how to use NIST CSF Recover to:

    • Develop a post-incident action plan
    • Learn from previous Incidents by conducting lessons-learned discussion and completing a postmortem review of any IR actions
    • Ensure continual maturation of an organization’s IR lifecycle

    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
  • Showcase Ep. II: Why Your Business Needs Managed Detection and Response Oct 20 2021 3:00 am UTC 61 mins
    Jim Aull (Verizon), Scott Carter (Verizon)
    Any organization in the midst of a digital transformation initiative will quickly notice that its cyberattack surface is expanding, but the pool of skilled cybersecurity professionals to protect it is not. Managed Detection and Response (MDR) helps you close that gap without having to hire and retain staff. In this webinar, we’ll show you the tactical best practices of MDR.
  • Candid Conversations with CISOs Ep. I: 5G, MEC & Cloud Security Strategies Recorded: Oct 14 2021 60 mins
    Chris Novak, Verizon Director PS Consulting, Mathew Newfield (Unisys), Michael Baker (GDIT), Omar Khawaja (Highmark Health)
    The Candid Conversations with CISOs webinar series showcases security industry CISOs and senior leaders in panel discussions focusing on key issues within the cybersecurity community. Gain invaluable insight into how today’s security leaders are handling the most challenging threat landscape they’ve ever seen while also planning for the future and exerting more influence on corporate digital transformation strategies.

    Episode I: How new technologies like 5G, MEC & Cloud will transform security strategy
    This panel of security leaders will share their experiences with cloud computing security, private vs public cloud security and IoT device security. Hear how innovative new use cases are changing how security teams evaluate and monitor the risks that come with new and emerging technologies.

    Michael Baker currently serves as Vice President & Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) for GDIT serving within the Office of the CIO. As CISO, he manages a team of professionals across all aspects of internal cyber operations, computer network defense, policy, awareness, incident response, threat intelligence, and secure architecture.

    Omar Khawaja is vice president and chief information security officer (CISO) for Highmark Health, a national health and wellness organization and the second largest integrated financing and delivery network by revenue in the United States. Omar has spent 15+ years delivering, developing and managing security solutions for startups, service providers, consulting firms and enterprises.

    Matthew Newfield is the Corporate, Chief Information Security Officer for Unisys with responsibility for design, development, and implementation of the company’s corporate information security and risk programs across all regions and functions. Newfield has over 19 years of experience in Information Technology with a focus on Security, Software as a Service Operations, Risk Auditing and Management, and International Mergers and Acquisitions.
  • Verizon Presents: Workforce of the Future: A webinar series, Episode #7 Recorded: Oct 13 2021 56 mins
    Horst Schulze & Ron Insana
    Verizon Presents: Workforce of the Future: A webinar series Are You Delivering a Culture of Service?

    In these challenging times for the travel and hospitality industry, how can businesses create a culture of service to keep guests satisfied? And how should they prepare for an increasingly digital future?

    Find out in our upcoming webinar featuring Horst Schulze, Founding President and COO of Ritz-Carlton. He and our host, Ron Insana, will discuss:

    - What it means to create a culture of service, especially during a time of uncertainty and change
    - How successful businesses have approached health, safety and regulation adherence while also delivering satisfying experiences
    - How to keep employees motivated in the face of new concerns or service “hiccups”
    - Which digital transformation technologies hospitality businesses should be exploring

    Meet your speaker and host:

    Horst Schulze, Legendary former hotelier renowned for creating a culture of service

    Horst Schulze, a founding member of The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company, established a new standard of excellence in the hospitality industry. Under his leadership, The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company became the first service-based company to be awarded the prestigious Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award—twice. Later in his career, Mr. Schulze founded The Capella Hotel Group. Now, he energizes organizations to reconnect with their service commitment.

    Ron Insana, Sr. Analyst and Contributor to CNBC and MSNBC

    Ron Insana has spent nearly three decades as a highly respected business journalist and money manager. He’s written for Money magazine and USA Today and has hosted two nationally syndicated radio programs.
  • Showcase Ep. I SASE: Key Considerations for Securing Today's Networks Recorded: Oct 13 2021 33 mins
    Dave Grady, Verizon Security Evangelist
    In this 4-part webinar series, Verizon will present the most innovative security solutions designed to align with your organization’s digital transformation.

    New and emerging technologies are driving digital transformation across all industries, moving companies closer to becoming real-time enterprises capable of operating in ways once unimaginable. From Cloud and 5G to applications, next-generation technologies are enabling companies to run faster, smarter and better than ever before.

    This webinar explores some of the key cybersecurity implications of new and emerging technologies, with the goal of educating security program influencers about an emerging framework for meeting this challenge – SASE, a Secure Access Service Edge.

    Verizon believes SASE is merging the Network and Security together, in the cloud – without the added complexity. It’s the evolution of delivering networking and security from the cloud to protect users, applications and data. It is an extension of NaaS – including security without sacrificing performance.

    In this webcast from Verizon, you’ll hear from the front lines of SASE some best practices, strategies, and crucial considerations for securing today’s modern, rapidly evolving networks.

    During this webinar, you’ll learn:
    • The networking solutions, applications, and devices that are key components in SASE
    • SASE core capabilities
    • How a SASE strategy fits into an overall security strategy
  • Mobile Security Series Ep. III: Protecting the mobile infrastructure Recorded: Sep 30 2021 43 mins
    Dave Grady, Verizon Security Evangelist
    During this 3-part series, we’ll take a deep dive into the state of mobile security, leveraging data from the 2021 Mobile Security Index (MSI) and its partners including Lookout, NetMotion and Ivanti. The procurement, management and security of mobile devices is rapidly evolving. This series will help security leaders prepare and respond to the ever-changing requirements for protecting an ever-expanding mobile infrastructure.

    Episode III: Protecting an ever-expanding mobile infrastructure
    Businesses are rapidly having to address the increased attack surface and the amplified level of technical complexity required to keep organizations secure. The security issues go beyond networks, devices, workloads and data, as well. New ways of doing business put a toll on security and even some of the best-managed, most IT-literate companies are finding that their business models and infrastructure aren’t as resilient and flexible as they thought. Join this webinar to learn how to deploy, manage and scale infrastructure securely, without having to reconfigure the central architecture. Also discover ways to support on-premises and cloud-based applications without requiring separate infrastructure as with conventional proxy- and software-defined-perimeter-based solutions. A battle-tested security infrastructure can prepare you for what comes next.


    About Ivanti
    The Ivanti automation platform makes every IT connection smarter and more secure across devices, infrastructure and people. From PCs and mobile devices to virtual desktop infrastructure and the data center, Ivanti discovers, manages, secures and services IT assets from cloud to edge in the everywhere enterprise— while delivering personalized employee experiences. In the everywhere enterprise, corporate data flows freely across devices and servers, empowering workers to be productive wherever and however they work. Ivanti is headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah, and has offices all over the world.
  • Mobile Security Series Ep. II: A CISO's Guide to Protecting the Mobile Workforce Recorded: Sep 29 2021 48 mins
    Dave Grady, Verizon Security Evangelist
    During this 3-part series, we’ll take a deep dive into the state of mobile security, leveraging data from the 2021 Mobile Security Index (MSI) and its partners including Lookout, NetMotion and Ivanti. The procurement, management and security of mobile devices is rapidly evolving. This series will help security leaders prepare and respond to the ever-changing requirements for protecting an ever-expanding mobile infrastructure.

    EPISODE II: A CISO's Guide to Protecting the Mobile Workforce
    Working from home is no longer a temporary solution—it’s the future of work. Making changes now will set you up for that future. But it isn’t just about finding solutions that allow you to connect your office to homes, it’s about deploying additional measures to help employees do their jobs effectively and safely. Join this webinar to learn how to increase your visibility across mobile devices, visibility into remote worker activities and how to protect your organization using ZTNA and SASE.

    About NetMotion
    NetMotion provides security solutions for millions of devices deployed around the world, including 7 of the 10 largest airlines, 85% of U.S. public safety agencies, and a variety of other major organizations. Customers choose the NetMotion platform for its powerful software-defined perimeter (SDP/ZTNA), experience monitoring and enterprise VPN functionality. NetMotion stands out for its ability to improve the employee experience, validated by a satisfaction rating of 97% and a net-promoter score (NPS) of 91. NetMotion is headquartered in Seattle, with offices in Victoria, Chicago, London, Tokyo, Sydney and Frankfurt.
  • Mobile Security Series Episode I: The Increased Reliance on Mobility Recorded: Sep 28 2021 48 mins
    Dave Grady (Verizon), Joni Moore (Lookout) and Hank Schless (Lookout)
    During this 3-part series, we’ll take a deep dive into the state of mobile security, leveraging data from the 2021 Mobile Security Index (MSI) and its partners including Lookout, NetMotion and Ivanti. The procurement, management and security of mobile devices is rapidly evolving. This series will help security leaders prepare and respond to the ever-changing requirements for protecting an ever-expanding mobile infrastructure.

    EPISODE I: The Increased Reliance on Mobility and the Dangers Facing Mobile Devices
    It’s hardly surprising when human nature makes us all fallible. Employees make mistakes, whether it’s not following security procedures correctly, reusing passwords or falling for phishing. Any one of these could lead to a compromise —intentionally or not. And it only takes one device to compromise your entire network. Almost two-fifths (38%) of respondents identified user behavior—including phishing, installing unsanctioned apps or unintentional errors—as a contributing factor to their mobile-device related compromise. Join this webinar to learn why phishing increased over 300%, the types of campaigns exploiting employee vulnerabilities and the devices at most risk.

    About Lookout
    Lookout is an integrated endpoint-to-cloud security company. Our mission is to secure and empower our digital future in a privacy-focused world where mobility and cloud are essential to all we do for work and play. We enable consumers and employees to protect their data, and to securely stay connected without violating their privacy and trust. Lookout is trusted by millions of consumers, the largest enterprises and government agencies, and partners such as AT&T, Verizon, Vodafone, Microsoft, Google, and Apple. Headquartered in San Francisco, Lookout has offices in Amsterdam, Boston, London, Sydney, Tokyo, Toronto and Washington, D.C.
  • Verizon Presents: The Verizon Frontline Emergency Series - Part 1 Recorded: Sep 23 2021 51 mins
    Dr. Jerome Hauer, Ellis Stanley & Cory Davis
    Verizon Presents: The Verizon Frontline Emergency Series Part 1 - Emergency Response Preparedness.

    Join us for the first in our two-part webinar series focused on Verizon Frontline, designed to give public safety organizations, agencies and communities the network and solutions they need to prepare for and respond to uncertainty.

    In the first webinar, our experts will discuss specific emergency-response use cases and preparedness models, and will provide insights on how you can adapt them to fit your own plans and needs.

    Meet our host and guests:

    Our host Cory Davis has more than 16 years' experience in advanced wireless technology and public safety leadership. He's currently the National Director for Public Safety Strategy and the Verizon Response Team. This team partners with public safety/public sector agencies across the U.S. to help them stay connected and prepare for crises, events and emergencies.

    Dr. Jerome Hauer is a leading expert in emergency response, emergency management and crisis planning. His background includes years of experience serving in state and federal government agencies and departments tasked to prepare for and respond to biological, chemical and nuclear terrorism acts, and other man-made and natural disasters.

    Ellis M. Stanley Sr. is one of the country's foremost leaders in emergency management, homeland security and major event planning, with over 45 years of experience. Stanley's career includes leadership posts for numerous state and local government agencies and spearheaded planning for several large-scale events, such as the 2008 Democratic National Convention and the 1984 and 1996 Summer Olympics.
  • Verizon Presents: Workforce of the Future: Episode 6 Recorded: Sep 22 2021 41 mins
    Ron Insana, LeAnn Helmrich & Tom Hessel
    Can your calling solution support the future of work? Our webinar, Reimagining Communications to Support a Hybrid Workplace, is brimming with research-backed insights into how enterprises, including Verizon, have migrated to IP voice. We’ll share:

    Research insights from 300 companies on the benefits of modernizing calling solutions
    How Verizon has redesigned calling and collaboration for its employees
    Hear how your peers are implementing solutions for their workforce
    Learn best practices for supporting your employees and customers

    Meet your host & speakers:

    Ron Insana, Contributor to CNBC and MSNBC - Ron has spent nearly three decades as a highly respected business journalist and money manager. He's written for Money magazine and USA Today, and hosted two nationally syndicated radio programs.

    LeAnn Helmrich, Manager, Customer Insights, Verizon - LeAnn has extensive experience in uncovering marketing insights over the past 25+ years, including quantitative and qualitative methodologies on both the vendor and client side. She has specialized in the tech sector, specifically covering the B2B audience for the majority of that time. She spent 7 years at Intel, leading the Voice of the Customer team for the bulk of that time. Her years on the vendor side with Walker Research, CRI and Vision Critical have allowed her to gain exposure to a wide variety of methodologies.

    Tom Hessel, Associate Fellow, Network Design, Verizon - Tom is an Associate Fellow in Verizon’s Global Network and Technology business group and is the Lead Architect responsible for the strategy, planning, design, supervision and risk mitigation of highly scalable solutions to support Verizon’s Global Unified Communications business objectives. Tom has been with Verizon for 23 years, holds a patent (US Patent - 9,398,155) and has been a speaker at Cisco Live. Tom is recognized within the company and the outside community as a thought leader serving as a consultant to industry standards bodies.
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