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A Necessary Change in the Data Protection Mindset

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
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Raffael Marty, VP Forcepoint X-Labs | Homayun Yaqub, Snr Strategist, Forcepoint | Steve Wright, Partner, Privacy Culture
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    Chase Cunningham, Chief Strategy Officer, Eircom - Jim Fulton, Director of SASE and Zero Trust Solutions, Forcepoint
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    So where should start? Let’s explore what’s holding you back. In a 5-step approach, you can select your on-ramp in your journey to a SASE architecture and avoid looking in the rear-view mirror, because if you’ve implemented SASE successfully, you’ll achieve a Zero Trust approach.

    In this session we dive into step 1 and learn how:

    • When people working in multiple places at once, security must keep up
    • SASE often starts with web/cloud security
    • Remote Browser Isolation (RBI), the latest in web security and SASE, is Zero Trust as a Service (ZTaaS)
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    Chase Cunningham, Chief Strategy Officer, Eircom - Jim Fulton, Director of SASE and Zero Trust Solutions, Forcepoint
    The pandemic of 2020 required many IT teams to perform heroic acts to keep people productive amid the unprecedented exodus from the office. With the focus now shifting to enabling people to work safely from anywhere, not just their home, many organizations are looking to replace the short-term work-arounds they put in place with more sustainable solutions. As SASE was designed specifically for this use case, interest in this cloud-based architecture has been greatly accelerated.

    So where should start? Let’s explore what’s holding you back. In a 5-step approach, you can select your on-ramp in your journey to a SASE architecture and avoid looking in the rear-view mirror, because if you’ve implemented SASE successfully, you’ll achieve a Zero Trust approach.

    In this session we dive into step 1 and learn how:

    • When people working in multiple places at once, security must keep up
    • SASE often starts with web/cloud security
    • Remote Browser Isolation (RBI), the latest in web security and SASE, is Zero Trust as a Service (ZTaaS)
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    Les présentateurs:
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    -Younes Grar, IT Consultant
    -Luc Grissonnanche, Sales Engineering Manager EMEA chez HelpSystems
  • AMERICAS: A Modern Approach to Zero Trust Apr 28 2021 4:00 pm UTC 20 mins
    John Grady, Senior Analyst, ESG | Petko Stoyanov, CTO, Global Governments, Forcepoint
    With all of the devices, locations, connection types, and opportunities for compromise we have today, user accounts and connected devices should not be trusted by default. In fact, information access should only be provided in limited or as-needed fashion. This “Zero Trust” approach to network security is uniquely suited to safeguarding organizations in an age of cloud applications, virtualized desktops, and widespread network access. Find out why.
  • EUROPE: A Modern Approach to Zero Trust Apr 28 2021 9:00 am UTC 20 mins
    John Grady, Senior Analyst, ESG | Petko Stoyanov, CTO, Global Governments, Forcepoint
    With all of the devices, locations, connection types, and opportunities for compromise we have today, user accounts and connected devices should not be trusted by default. In fact, information access should only be provided in limited or as-needed fashion. This “Zero Trust” approach to network security is uniquely suited to safeguarding organizations in an age of cloud applications, virtualized desktops, and widespread network access. Find out why.
  • APAC: A Modern Approach to Zero Trust Apr 28 2021 3:00 am UTC 20 mins
    John Grady, Senior Analyst, ESG | Petko Stoyanov, CTO, Global Governments, Forcepoint
    With all of the devices, locations, connection types, and opportunities for compromise we have today, user accounts and connected devices should not be trusted by default. In fact, information access should only be provided in limited or as-needed fashion. This “Zero Trust” approach to network security is uniquely suited to safeguarding organizations in an age of cloud applications, virtualized desktops, and widespread network access. Find out why.
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    Laut einer IAPP-Umfrage erwarten weltweit 81 % der Datenschutzexperten keine oder nur eine geringe Kürzung der Datenschutzbudgets. Offenbar steht der Datenschutz trotz der Auswirkungen der Pandemie immer noch an erster Stelle der Sicherheitsmaßnahmen.

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    Alex Hilton, Chief Executive, Cloud Industry Forum & Jim Fulton, Director of SASE and Zero Trust Solutions, Forcepoint
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    With such a high-level interest for a relatively new approach to network security, it’s time to ask questions about the longevity of SASE, whether it was deployed correctly, and what solutions it will provide in the future?

    Join us to learn:
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  • Rester dans la course : Une longueur d’avance sur la transformation numérique Apr 15 2021 8:00 am UTC 60 mins
    Venita Maupou, Rémi Enjalbert, Stéphane Chmielewski, Benjamin Leroux
    Tandis que les entreprises ont dû s’adapter rapidement au changement en passant du travail au bureau au travail à distance, la transformation numérique a continué à se développer en 2020. Ces changements comprennent, sans s’y limiter, le passage au cloud, et ses diverses utilisations pour à la fois accéder aux données clients dans le domaine bancaire ou la fabrication, jusqu’à la transformation du SD-WAN, qui a fait évoluer pour toujours la façon dont nous restons connectés.

    Tandis que la transformation numérique a été un élément clé de 2020, la transformation des entreprises et du leadership a également évoluée. 2020 a obligé, plus qu’auparavant, les dirigeants à réfléchir de façon plus critique à leurs stratégies de sécurité de l’entreprise. La transformation participative s’est développée et les dirigeants doivent dorénavant écouter les utilisateurs plutôt que de leur dire non, et adopter la Shadow IT. D’autres domaines de transformation comprennent les décisions liées à l’adoption du cloud, à la gestion de la sécurité des employés sur les appareils utilisés à domicile, et à de plus larges questions de vie privée.

    Il est essentiel que les dirigeants aient suffisamment de connaissances afin de prendre les meilleures décisions possibles pour leurs sociétés.

    Dans cette séance, nous allons aborder les points suivants:
    -La principale force motrice de la transformation numérique
    -La responsabilité des choix informatiques ; comment adopter le Shadow IT sans mettre en danger la sécurité
    -Les sociétés et leurs employés prennent-ils des décisions plus audacieuses et celles-ci peuvent-elles être plus bénéfiques et faire baisser le coût de propriété ?
    -Prendre les meilleures décisions de sécurité pour votre activité ; les réflexions autour de l’adoption du cloud et des appareils des employés

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    -Stéphane Chmielewski CISO, Finologee
    -Benjamin Leroux Marketing Director, Advens
  • AMERICAS: Fast Tracking SASE in 2021 Apr 14 2021 4:00 pm UTC 17 mins
    Eric Hanselman, Principal Research Analyst, 451 Research | Nico Popp, Chief Product Officer, Forcepoint
    Remote work can be effective, secure, and manageable. But with so much of the workforce getting their jobs done from home, the network approaches and technologies used for security and access control prior to COVID-19 are now riddled with vulnerabilities. Organizations must quickly change how network and cloud security are delivered so they can provide fast, reliable, and secure access to their users and employees no matter where they’re located. Hence, we’ve seen a renewed focus on SASE technology. Find out how to fast track the shift to SASE this year.
  • EUROPE: Fast Tracking SASE in 2021 Apr 14 2021 9:00 am UTC 17 mins
    Eric Hanselman, Principal Research Analyst, 451 Research | Nico Popp, Chief Product Officer, Forcepoint
    Remote work can be effective, secure, and manageable. But with so much of the workforce getting their jobs done from home, the network approaches and technologies used for security and access control prior to COVID-19 are now riddled with vulnerabilities. Organizations must quickly change how network and cloud security are delivered so they can provide fast, reliable, and secure access to their users and employees no matter where they’re located. Hence, we’ve seen a renewed focus on SASE technology. Find out how to fast track the shift to SASE this year.
  • APAC: Fast Tracking SASE in 2021 Apr 14 2021 3:00 am UTC 17 mins
    Eric Hanselman, Principal Research Analyst, 451 Research | Nico Popp, Chief Product Officer, Forcepoint
    Remote work can be effective, secure, and manageable. But with so much of the workforce getting their jobs done from home, the network approaches and technologies used for security and access control prior to COVID-19 are now riddled with vulnerabilities. Organizations must quickly change how network and cloud security are delivered so they can provide fast, reliable, and secure access to their users and employees no matter where they’re located. Hence, we’ve seen a renewed focus on SASE technology. Find out how to fast track the shift to SASE this year.
  • AMERICAS: Achieving Zero Trust When Your Workers Are Everywhere Recorded: Apr 7 2021 49 mins
    Nick Cavalancia, Jim Fulton, Dave Barnett
    The new normal of organizations utilizing a remote workforce has quickly reached a point of clarity when it comes to maintaining an effective cybersecurity stance. Organizations working on their journey to the cloud are looking to implement zero trust security controls to protect their critical resources both in the loud and on-premises. But the shift to working remotely has many organizations struggling to provide external access to internal private applications and data in a way that allows Zero Trust’s “never trust, always verify” principle to be upheld regardless of where the end user physically resides.

    So, how can you establish an environment where user can be anywhere and yet access to internal resources still aligns with your Zero Trust initiatives?

    In this educational webcast, join Microsoft Cloud and Datacenter MVP, Nick Cavalancia, along with Jim Fulton, Director of SASE and Zero Trust Solutions and Dave Barnett, Head of Edge Protection, EMEA, from Forcepoint, as they discuss:

    • Why zero trust matters in a modern hybrid environment
    • How remote worker connectivity solutions put Zero Trust at risk
    • Which technology Zero Trust principles point to as your solution
  • EUROPE: How SASE Helps Deliver Zero Trust Protection Against Advanced Threats Recorded: Apr 7 2021 49 mins
    Nick Cavalancia, Jim Fulton, Dave Barnett
    With people changing where they’re working once again—mixing home, office, and travel—security has to change to keep up. Instead of relying physically seeing who is connecting to the network, many organizations are looking to best practices such as Zero Trust to control how remote workers access and use sensitive information.

    Zero Trust’s “never trust, always verify” principle, which is increasingly being delivered as a service through SASE cloud security, is providing a new foundation for safely connecting workers no matter where they are to web content, cloud apps, and internal private applications.

    Key Takeaways:
    1.Why Zero Trust matters with a remote workforce
    2.How organizations are using SASE to deliver Zero Trust as a service to address advanced threats
    3.How SASE and Zero Trust work together to go just securing access to providing continuous control over data even after it has been downloaded

    Presenters:
    Nick Cavalancia, Microsoft Cloud and Datacenter MVP
    Jim Fulton, Director of SASE and Zero Trust Solutions
    Dave Barnett, Head of Edge Protection, EMEA
  • APAC: How SASE Helps Deliver Zero Trust Protection Against Advanced Threats Recorded: Apr 7 2021 49 mins
    Nick Cavalancia, Jim Fulton, Dave Barnett
    With people changing where they’re working once again—mixing home, office, and travel—security has to change to keep up. Instead of relying physically seeing who is connecting to the network, many organizations are looking to best practices such as Zero Trust to control how remote workers access and use sensitive information.

    Zero Trust’s “never trust, always verify” principle, which is increasingly being delivered as a service through SASE cloud security, is providing a new foundation for safely connecting workers no matter where they are to web content, cloud apps, and internal private applications.

    Key Takeaways:
    1.Why Zero Trust matters with a remote workforce
    2.How organizations are using SASE to deliver Zero Trust as a service to address advanced threats
    3.How SASE and Zero Trust work together to go just securing access to providing continuous control over data even after it has been downloaded

    Presenters:
    Nick Cavalancia, Microsoft Cloud and Datacenter MVP
    Jim Fulton, Director of SASE and Zero Trust Solutions
    Dave Barnett, Head of Edge Protection, EMEA
  • Une stratégie Zero Trust : Ne faites jamais confiance, Vérifiez toujours Recorded: Apr 1 2021 46 mins
    Venita Maupou & Vincent LeClerc (Forcepoint) | Alain De Maght (Hôpitaux Iris Sud)
    Les mots d’ordre du modèle de sécurité Zero Trust sont « Ne faites jamais confiance, Vérifiez toujours. À chaque fois. » Cette attitude envers la vérification est particulièrement importante dans le monde du post-Covid19. Tandis que de nombreux salariés travaillent toujours à distance et ont besoin d'avoir accès à des logiciels sur leurs appareils à domicile, votre modèle de sécurité doit être diligent. Cependant, en dépit de la pandémie, la sophistication des violations de données augmente depuis des années, et les mesures de sécurité doivent continuer à s’adapter aux risques continus. Selon Microsoft, 94% des sociétés ont déclaré qu’elles étaient en train de déployer une approche Zero Trust.

    Qu’est donc Zero Trust, et que peut-elle faire pour vous ?

    Dans cette session, nous allons examiner :
    - Pourquoi Zero Trust est en train de prendre son essor, et si Zero Trust peut faire du tort à l’expérience utilisateur, ou l’améliorer
    - Comment changer la façon dont vous envisagez la sécurité afin de préparer votre entreprise à la stratégie Zero Trust

    Participez à cette séance pour en apprendre plus sur l’utilité de la stratégie Zero Trust, et savoir s’il s’agit d’une la solution définitive ou simplement du début d’une stratégie évolutive de cyber sécurité.

    Les présentateurs:
    -Venita Maupou Sr Program Manager, Forcepoint
    -Vincent LeClerc, Sales Engineer, Forcepoint
    -Alain De Maght CISO, Hôpitaux Iris Sud
  • Preparing For SASE & Zero Trust Recorded: Mar 23 2021 56 mins
    Nick Savvides, Senior Director of Strategic Business, Forcepoint
    The shift to Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) as the security architecture of choice together with the adoption of Zero Trust, continues to gain momentum amongst organizations across the globe.
    Driven by network modernization and digital transformation projects, SASE and Zero Trust have become highly sought-after approaches to deliver agility and flexibility while increasing the security and protection of staff and critical business data, no matter where they reside.
    Are you ready to adopt these approaches? Are you prepared to make the change?
    Join me online where I’ll share insights into key network and security transformation considerations to prepare your network and business for SASE and Zero Trust. I’ll also offer valuable resources to take away and allow time for a Q&A session at the end, so have your questions ready for me on the day!
    SASE and Zero Trust offer a future-proof model for cybersecurity in today’s constantly evolving business world. I hope you can participate and will look forward to connecting with you.
    ~ Nick Savvides - Senior Director of Strategic Business, Forcepoint
  • Sur la corde raide entre protéger les données et favoriser le travail à distance Recorded: Mar 18 2021 47 mins
    Venita Maupou, Forcepoint | Rudy Montier, Forcepoint | Javier Alonso, SHAM | Antoine Ferron, BitLogiK
    Depuis les 12 derniers mois, un énorme changement s’est opéré dans le travail à distance. Cela n’est cependant pas près de se terminer. Le travail est passé de ce qui était un lieu, à une activité et la façon dont nous travaillons a changé pour toujours. Une enquête Gartner a révélé que 74% des Directeurs financiers ont l’intention de faire passer certains des membres de leurs équipes au télétravail de façon permanente. Le problème auquel beaucoup d’entreprises font face est que le travail à distance se traduit par des utilisateurs et des données qui opèrent hors des secteurs traditionnels de l’informatique et de la défense, des entreprises qui font automatiquement confiance au membres de leur réseau. Les dirigeants doivent apprendre à protéger les données internes à l’entreprise, lorsque leurs employés se trouvent « à l’extérieur ». Ce changement dans l’environnement de travail a poussé les dirigeants à prendre des décisions critiques en ce qui concerne le teletravail, l’utilisation du cloud et la façon dont ils sécurisent leurs données et assurent la sécurité de leurs employés.

    Comment les entreprises protègent-elles donc leurs données, tout en accordant un accès plus facile à des effectifs de plus en plus éparpillés ? Comment permettons-nous aux employés d’avoir un accès sécurisé aux données, partout et à tout moment ?

    Participez à cette session dans laquelle nous évoquons :
    - Le rythme du changement causé par la pandémie, et de quelle façon celui-ci impacte la sécurité, la conformité des données et les questions de vie privée des employés et des clients.
    - De quelle façon protégeons-nous les données des dangers et de l’exfiltration tout en permettant d’y accéder comme jamais auparavant ?
    - De quelle façon est-il possible de préserver la sécurité des travailleurs à distance, tout en évitant les frictions et en permettant aux employés de faire leur travail?
  • AMERICAS: Practical Advice for Implementing SASE and Zero Trust Recorded: Mar 17 2021 58 mins
    John Grady, Analyst, Enterprise Strategy Group Jim Fulton, Director, SASE & Zero Trust Solutions, Forcepoint
    Secure Access Services Edge (SASE) and Zero Trust have garnered significant attention over the last 12 months. Yet there remains some level of confusion around why these concepts are important, how they relate to one another, and where to even begin when implementing these approaches. This session will provide clarity into how SASE and Zero Trust complement one another, guiding principles for developing SASE and Zero Trust strategies, and considerations for expanding adoption over time.
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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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