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Forcepoint Exchange Live Panel: Partnering to Innovate and Transform

This live panel discussion will look at how partnering can solve evolving security challenges. Panelists include Mekonnen Kassa, Microsoft, Nico Popp, Forcepoint and Paul Garvey, Forcepoint’s EMEA VP, Sales.

During this session we explore the roles of different organisations in tackling evolving security challenges and contributing to business success.

Moderated by Mike Smart, Director of Product Marketing, Forcepoint
Recorded Apr 29 2020 47 mins
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Mekonnen Kassa, Microsoft, Nico Popp, Forcepoint and Paul Garvey, Forcepoint’s EMEA VP, Sales
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  • Zero-Trust-Strategie: Niemals vertrauen, immer überprüfen Mar 2 2021 9:00 am UTC 60 mins
    Carsten Hoffmann I Lars Kroll I Jens Schubert
    Das Schlüsselwort des Zero Trust-Sicherheitsmodells lautet „Nie vertrauen, immer überprüfen. Immer.“ Diese Einstellung zu Sicherheit ist in einer Welt nach Covid-19 besonders wichtig, da viele Mitarbeiter immer noch von zu Hause arbeiten und teilweise mit ihren eigenen Geräten auf Geschäftsdaten zugreifen.

    Unabhängig von der Pandemie werden Cyber Angriffe seit Jahren immer raffinierter und die Auswirkungen immer kostspieliger. Sicherheitsmaßnahmen müssen an die Risiken angepasst werden. Laut Microsoft haben 94 % der Unternehmen berichtet, dass sie dabei sind Zero-Trust- zu implementieren.
    Was ist also Zero Trust, und welche Vorteile bietet es Ihnen?

    In dieser Session werden wir folgende Punkte diskutieren:
    - Warum Zero Trust jetzt an Bedeutung gewinnt und ob Zero Trust die Benutzererfahrung beeinträchtigen oder verbessern kann.
    - Umdenken im Sicherheitsbereich, um Ihre Organisation auf eine Zero-Trust-Strategie vorzubereiten.

    Nehmen Sie an dieser Session teil, um mehr über den Wert einer Zero Trust-Strategie zu erfahren und darüber, ob Zero Trust das Endergebnis ist oder ob es nur der Ausgangspunkt für eine zukunftssichere Cybersicherheitsstrategie ist.
  • AMERICAS: The C-Suite and Security Post-Pandemic Recorded: Feb 17 2021 29 mins
    Carl Eberling, CISO Forcepoint, Selim Aissi, CISO, Ellie Mae, Erik Decker, Chief Security, University of Chicago
    The CISO role has evolved dramatically over the last decade, inline with the risk landscape a digitized world provides. 2020 once more putt a brand’s security and risk leader front and center, for their cybersecurity response. In a few short months, the CISO has eked out more responsibility for themselves than ever before; how can they continue to push that momentum in a business-as-usual context? Or, has last year taught us that leaving a CISO alone until a crisis hits is a poor form of business management?

    Deneen DeFiore, CISO, United Airlines; Selim Aissi, CISO, Ellie Mae; Erik Decker, Chief Security and Privacy Officer, University of Chicago Medicine; George Eapen, CISO, Petrofac; and Carl Eberling, CIO/CISO of Forcepoint, came together at The Studio @ Home to discuss the ever-developing relationship between a CISO and their C-Suite.
  • Thinking Beyond Identity in a Zero Trust Architecture Recorded: Feb 17 2021 3 mins
    Petko Stoyanov, Chief Technology Officer, Forcepoint
    Continuously monitor a person's usage of applications and data to create stronger identity practices and stay ahead of threats. Never trust, always verify—with your people working remotely, keeping your enterprise systems and data secure requires a new approach.

    •Stop threats from moving within your network
    •Control usage of data—not just access
    •Continuously know who's creating risk
  • Building an Adaptive Zero Trust Architecture Recorded: Feb 17 2021 6 mins
    Petko Stoyanov, Chief Technology Officer, Forcepoint
    Cloud and on-prem endpoints need to be adaptive to ensure the right people have access to the right data when they need it, regardless of where they’re working. Never trust, always verify—with your people working remotely, keeping your enterprise systems and data secure requires a new approach.

    •Stop threats from moving within your network
    •Control usage of data—not just access
    •Continuously know who's creating risk
  • EUROPE: The C-Suite and Security Post-Pandemic Recorded: Feb 17 2021 29 mins
    Carl Eberling, CISO Forcepoint, Selim Aissi, CISO, Ellie Mae, Erik Decker, Chief Security, University of Chicago
    The CISO role has evolved dramatically over the last decade, inline with the risk landscape a digitized world provides. 2020 once more putt a brand’s security and risk leader front and center, for their cybersecurity response. In a few short months, the CISO has eked out more responsibility for themselves than ever before; how can they continue to push that momentum in a business-as-usual context? Or, has last year taught us that leaving a CISO alone until a crisis hits is a poor form of business management?

    Deneen DeFiore, CISO, United Airlines; Selim Aissi, CISO, Ellie Mae; Erik Decker, Chief Security and Privacy Officer, University of Chicago Medicine; George Eapen, CISO, Petrofac; and Carl Eberling, CIO/CISO of Forcepoint, came together at The Studio @ Home to discuss the ever-developing relationship between a CISO and their C-Suite.
  • APAC: The C-Suite and Security Post-Pandemic Recorded: Feb 17 2021 29 mins
    Carl Eberling, CISO Forcepoint, Selim Aissi, CISO, Ellie Mae, Erik Decker, Chief Security, University of Chicago
    The CISO role has evolved dramatically over the last decade, inline with the risk landscape a digitized world provides. 2020 once more putt a brand’s security and risk leader front and center, for their cybersecurity response. In a few short months, the CISO has eked out more responsibility for themselves than ever before; how can they continue to push that momentum in a business-as-usual context? Or, has last year taught us that leaving a CISO alone until a crisis hits is a poor form of business management?

    Deneen DeFiore, CISO, United Airlines; Selim Aissi, CISO, Ellie Mae; Erik Decker, Chief Security and Privacy Officer, University of Chicago Medicine; George Eapen, CISO, Petrofac; and Carl Eberling, CIO/CISO of Forcepoint, came together at The Studio @ Home to discuss the ever-developing relationship between a CISO and their C-Suite.
  • Die Gratwanderung zwischen dem Datenschutz und der Befähigung von Fernarbeitern Recorded: Feb 16 2021 37 mins
    Carsten Hoffmann I Lars Kroll I Peter "Faxe" Lachenmair
    In den letzten 12 Monaten hat sich die Fernarbeit grundlegend verändert. Diese wird jedoch in absehbarer Zeit nicht vorbei sein. Die Arbeit ist von einem Standort zu einer Aktivität geworden, und die Art und Weise, wie wir arbeiten, hat sich für immer verändert. Eine Gartner-Umfrage ergab, dass 74 % der CFOs beabsichtigen, einen Teil ihrer Mitarbeiter vor Ort langfristig an einen anderen Standort zu versetzen. Das Problem, mit dem viele Organisationen konfrontiert sind, besteht darin, dass das Fernarbeiten dazu führt, dass sich Benutzer und Daten außerhalb der traditionellen IT-Abwehrsysteme befinden, die normalerweise automatisch denjenigen innerhalb des Netzwerks vertrauen. Führungskräfte müssen lernen, wie sie die Daten innerhalb ihres Unternehmens schützen können, wenn Mitarbeiter „draußen“ sind. Der Wandel in den Arbeitsumgebungen hat die Führungskräfte zu wichtigen Entscheidungen hinsichtlich der Fernarbeit, der Nutzung der Cloud und der Art und Weise, wie sowohl ihre Daten als auch ihre Mitarbeiter geschützt werden können, gezwungen.

    Wie können Unternehmen also ihre Daten schützen und gleichzeitig einer mehr und mehr Remote-Belegschaft leichteren Zugang gewähren? Wie ermöglichen wir es Mitarbeitern, jederzeit und überall sicher auf Daten zuzugreifen?

    Nehmen Sie an dieser Sitzung teil, während wir folgende Punkte diskutieren:
    - Die durch die Pandemie verursachte Änderungsrate und wie sich diese auf Sicherheit, Daten-Compliance und Datenschutzfragen für Mitarbeiter und Kunden auswirkt.
    - Wie man Daten vor Bedrohungen und Exfiltration schützt und gleichzeitig Zugriff auf diese in einem noch nie dagewesenen Ausmaß gewährt
    - Wie man Remote-Mitarbeiter sicher und geschützt hält und gleichzeitig Konflikte im Unternehmen vermeidet, sodass die Mitarbeiter ihre Arbeit erfüllen können
  • Optimizing Web Security for Today’s Evolved Working Environment Recorded: Feb 16 2021 39 mins
    Matthew Bant, Senior Solution Engineer, Forcepoint
    Forcepoint Cloud Security Gateway (CSG) is a SaaS solution that combines Secure Web Gateway, DLP, CASB and Remote Browser Isolation (RBI) capabilities together to enhance web security strategies, increase the protection of users and data no matter where they reside, and streamline security administration via a single console. The solution offers real-time visibility into risks and threats through dashboards and reports which has become critical in the new world of remote working to enable the proactive control and prevention of security breaches.

    Join this webcast to learn how Forcepoint CSG can optimize web security for today’s hybrid working environment as well as the benefits this solution can bring to your business and security team.
  • Strategies for Enhancing your Conduct Risk Management Recorded: Jan 27 2021 25 mins
    Myrna Soto, Chief Security Strategist & Trust Officer | Homayun Yaqub | James Wilde
    Join us as we discuss best practices around developing your own strategy for enhancing your conduct risk management. With most employees having to shift to remote working overnight, it has become even more challenging to strike the balance between maximizing employee productivity and minimizing your risk.

    In this webinar we’ll cover:

    - Covid-19 impact and the need for insider risk management in the financial services industry.
    - Modern conduct risk and how organizations can evolve their strategies.
    - Using continuous risk monitoring to stay ahead of breaches.

    AMERICAS: https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/15527/462437
    APAC: https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/15527/462439
  • Cloud Security Game Plan Recorded: Jan 20 2021 26 mins
    Nico Popp, Chief Product Officer, Forcepoint
    Current events have accelerated organizations' plans to migrate to cloud applications and their digital transformation efforts in general. And it’s clear that an ever-increasing number of customers expect cloud-powered security solutions moving forward. So how can you protect your remote workers wherever they are and the data they interact with? Through Secure Access Service Edge (SASE).

    In this session, see how you can:

    - Securely connect remote workers to apps and filter out non-work traffic while ensuring data accessed from both private and cloud-based apps are safe
    - Overcome the pain of dealing with traditional VPNs
    - Utilize behavioral analytics to assess and manage risk

    AMERICAS: https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/15527/462429
    EUROPE: https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/15527/462434
  • Zero Trust + SASE: A Purpose-driven Approach to Cloud-based Security Recorded: Jan 13 2021 33 mins
    Chris Gullion, AWS World Wide Public Sector Sales Amazon Web Services and Jim Fulton, Director – SASE & Zero Trust Solutions
    Today’s need to support a work-from-anywhere workforce is bringing together two of the fastest-growing trends in IT security: SASE and Zero Trust. Security risk changes and compounds with digital transformation. As organizations shift more applications and services from on-premises to the cloud, their existing infrastructure-centric security is a mismatch to securing user access and data in this ‘wherever they are’ cloud environment.
    In this webcast you’ll learn how to:
    - Improve user productivity
    - Replace costly legacy VPNs
    - Protect internal networks against compromised devices, users, and Wi-Fi hotspots
    - Gain visibility and control to streamline compliance efforts

    Americas region live: https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/15527/459782
    Europe region live: https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/15527/460760
  • On the Cybersecurity Forefront: Behavioral Analytics to the Rescue Recorded: Dec 30 2020 43 mins
    Bob Bragdon, SVP/Managing Dir of CSO, Worldwide at IDG and Jim Fulton, Dir, Cloud & Edge Protection Solutions, Forcepoint
    Most companies have hundreds of apps deployed in the cloud, and those numbers will only continue to increase. Securing a growing collection of cloud apps is one of the most challenging tasks for IT security teams, according to a new IDG survey. Behavioral analytics are one powerful set of tools being used to battle ever-changing cybersecurity threats in a mobile, cloud-dependent world.

    Join IDG’s Bob Bragdon and Forcepoint’s Jim Fulton as we explore the survey findings, including why behavioural analytics is growing in use and best practices for deploying such solutions from IT security practitioners.
  • A Necessary Change in the Data Protection Mindset Recorded: Dec 17 2020 54 mins
    Raffael Marty, VP Forcepoint X-Labs | Homayun Yaqub, Snr Strategist, Forcepoint | Steve Wright, Partner, Privacy Culture
    It is time for a paradigm shift in security. Although trillions of dollars have been invested in keeping external attackers at bay, there seems to be no end in sight to the cat and mouse game between attackers and the security industry; zero day attacks, new vulnerabilities and ever increasingly sophisticated attacks dominate cybersecurity headlines. We need to expand the concept of threat intelligence and indicators of compromise (IOCs). Effective cyber security needs to understand behaviors; those of devices and those of humans in order to help us move left of breach, to identify bad actors early and provide a necessary building block for zero trust access to resources.

    Key Takeaways from Discussion:

    - Everyone can agree moving left of breach is the modern cybersecurity path forward, and it’s what every organization wants to achieve

    - Just as cyber threats are dynamic and ever-evolving, so too must be today’s security strategy -- dynamic, risk-adaptive with automated enforcement that stops breaches in real time

    - The cost of a data breach today can be astronomical for businesses – not only significant fines but also loss of revenue, brand trust as well as lost IP that can irrevocably mitigate an organization’s competitive advantage

    - Forcepoint’s differentiated strategy delivers what no one else can – understanding the behavior of people and data on your network while delivering adaptive and automated security response
  • 6 ways CISOs are securing and navigating the cloud Recorded: Dec 17 2020 60 mins
    Jo Peterson, Clarify 360; Brian ThompsonVP, Veeam Software; Michael Goldgof, Barracuda Networks; Carl Eberling, Forcepoint
    Cloud Adoption is on the rise again. According to IDG’s 2020 Cloud Computing Survey, 59 percent of respondents said their organizations would be mostly or all in the cloud within 18 months. Cloud changes our approach on so many levels—new technology, new shared responsibility model and new cybersecurity considerations

    In today’s session, we’ll explore 6 ways CISOs are navigating the cloud:
    - Securing an extended perimeter
    - Upskilling the team
    - Balancing Risk Management in Third Party Relationships
    - Defining the Shared Roles in a Shared Responsibility Model
    - Enhancing Visibility
    - Taking Advantage of Automation

    Moderator:
    Jo Peterson, Vice President, Cloud and Security Services, Clarify360
    Speakers:
    Brian Campbell--VP, Cyber Security Architect, Veeam Software
    Mike Goldgof--Senior Director, Product Marketing at Barracuda
    Carl Eberling-- CIO/CISO- Forcepoint
  • Preparing for the unpredictable: 2020, meet 2021 Recorded: Dec 17 2020 23 mins
    Nico Fischbach, Global Chief Technology Officer, Forcepoint | Myrna Soto, Chief Strategy and Trust Officer, Forcepoint
    Every year, Forcepoint cybersecurity experts from across the business come together to assess how the industry has changed in the last twelve months, and what is likely to happen in the next year.

    In our Future Insights Webcast, Chief Technology Officer Nicolas Fischbach is joined by Chief Strategy Officer Myrna Soto to discuss these security predictions and explore how organizations can best prepare for what lies ahead.

    What are the emerging trends and how should we adapt to them? How do we prepare for the threats we can’t yet see? Find out in this thought provoking discussion.

    About the speakers:

    Nico Fischbach
    As Global CTO, Nico Fischbach drives corporate level vision, defines the research agenda, and pilots technology and architecture road maps that underpin Forcepoint's human-centric cybersecurity solutions.

    Myrna Soto
    As the Chief Strategy and Trust Officer for Forcepoint. A strategic business and technology leader, Soto drives and champions the company’s enterprise vision, strategy and programs to protect people, critical data and IP both within the company and for thousands of Forcepoint customers around the globe.
  • Exploring SASE and the Future of Network Security Recorded: Dec 17 2020 32 mins
    Dave Barnett, Dynamic Edge Sales Specialist Director, Forcepoint & Mike Smart, Director of Product Marketing, Forcepoint
    SASE (Secure Access Service Edge) is a way to re-architect secure connectivity and is designed to help security and risk management leaders address the changes posed by digital transformation.

    Forcepoint experts Dave Barnett and Mike Smart discuss shifting infrastructures and the benefits of a single cloud-first platform. Security and IT leaders can discover key use cases for SASE:

    - Improved branch office and remote user connectivity
    - Simplified protection of users wherever they sit
    - Visibility and control of cloud-based apps and data
  • A Necessary Change in the Data Protection Mindset Recorded: Dec 15 2020 54 mins
    Raffael Marty, VP Forcepoint X-Labs | Homayun Yaqub, Snr Strategist, Forcepoint | Steve Wright, Partner, Privacy Culture
    It is time for a paradigm shift in security. Although trillions of dollars have been invested in keeping external attackers at bay, there seems to be no end in sight to the cat and mouse game between attackers and the security industry; zero day attacks, new vulnerabilities and ever increasingly sophisticated attacks dominate cybersecurity headlines. We need to expand the concept of threat intelligence and indicators of compromise (IOCs). Effective cyber security needs to understand behaviors; those of devices and those of humans in order to help us move left of breach, to identify bad actors early and provide a necessary building block for zero trust access to resources.

    Key Takeaways from Discussion:

    - Everyone can agree moving left of breach is the modern cybersecurity path forward, and it’s what every organization wants to achieve

    - Just as cyber threats are dynamic and ever-evolving, so too must be today’s security strategy -- dynamic, risk-adaptive with automated enforcement that stops breaches in real time

    - The cost of a data breach today can be astronomical for businesses – not only significant fines but also loss of revenue, brand trust as well as lost IP that can irrevocably mitigate an organization’s competitive advantage

    - Forcepoint’s differentiated strategy delivers what no one else can – understanding the behavior of people and data on your network while delivering adaptive and automated security response
  • 6 ways CISOs are securing and navigating the cloud Recorded: Dec 15 2020 60 mins
    Jo Peterson, Clarify 360; Brian ThompsonVP, Veeam Software; Michael Goldgof, Barracuda Networks; Carl Eberling, Forcepoint
    Cloud Adoption is on the rise again. According to IDG’s 2020 Cloud Computing Survey, 59 percent of respondents said their organizations would be mostly or all in the cloud within 18 months. Cloud changes our approach on so many levels—new technology, new shared responsibility model and new cybersecurity considerations

    In today’s session, we’ll explore 6 ways CISOs are navigating the cloud:
    - Securing an extended perimeter
    - Upskilling the team
    - Balancing Risk Management in Third Party Relationships
    - Defining the Shared Roles in a Shared Responsibility Model
    - Enhancing Visibility
    - Taking Advantage of Automation

    Moderator:
    Jo Peterson, Vice President, Cloud and Security Services, Clarify360
    Speakers:
    Brian Campbell--VP, Cyber Security Architect, Veeam Software
    Mike Goldgof--Senior Director, Product Marketing at Barracuda
    Carl Eberling-- CIO/CISO- Forcepoint
  • SASE Success Behind-The-Scenes Recorded: Dec 15 2020 25 mins
    Nico Fischbach, Global Chief Technology Officer, Forcepoint
    SASE converges network, web, data, and cloud app connectivity and security, but implementing a true SASE architecture is a daunting task and there is no one-size-fits-all approach. Join Forcepoint Global CTO Nicolas Fischbach for insights on Forcepoint’s approach to delivering the industry’s first true data-centric SASE as well as providing steps for a practical approach to implementing SASE today including evaluation criteria for SASE platforms and how to leverage existing, and identify new, areas for investment.
  • Preparing for the unpredictable: 2020, meet 2021 Recorded: Dec 15 2020 23 mins
    Nico Fischbach, Global Chief Technology Officer, Forcepoint | Myrna Soto, Chief Strategy and Trust Officer, Forcepoint
    2020 was not an easy year to be a CISO or CIO, that’s for sure. With everyone working remotely, cloud-deployment became a necessity and data became very difficult to protect. The traditional perimeter dissolved away and much of our security technology failed to adapt.

    So now that we’ve had a chance to digest what just happened, what did we learn? What do these events portend for the future? What are the emerging trends and how should we adapt to them? How do we prepare for the threats we can’t yet see? Find out in this thought provoking discussion.

    - When will we find out how much data was stolen from us amid the mayhem of 2020?
    - How the need for a converged, digital, cloud-delivered platform will lead to the emergence of the “Zoom of Security.”
    - Why machine learning will be plagued by bias unless paired with human intelligence.
    - How you actually can prepare for unpredictable user behavior while unleashing human potential.
    - How disinformation will continue to plague (and transform) our society.
    - How your employees could be recruited and weaponized by bad actors from outside the company.

    Join Chief Strategy Officer Myrna Soto and Chief Technology Officer Nicolas Fischbach as they debate the biggest challenges facing the cybersecurity industry in 2021.
Connect and protect your remote, global workforce
Distributed networks are the new reality of today’s mobile, global workforce. Transforming cloud connectivity and security within these networks is the new challenge. The right connectivity and security through digital transformation can provide important benefits, including increased productivity and improved user experience at a much lower cost, whether it’s for accessing cloud applications or legacy applications. Being able to use the same policies, the same tools for visualizing what's happening on a network, and extending that seamlessly into the cloud will help security teams understand use of and manage risk.

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