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The Cybersecurity Future Summit – Adapting to an ultra-connected world

The connected world needs a strong, resilient cyberspace, but the landscape is increasingly fragile and fragmented. At this summit, hosted by Kaspersky Lab, leaders from across the cybersecurity industry will debate the growing need for transparency, collaboration and trust in addressing these challenges and more.

The summit will be broadcast live and will also introduce Kaspersky Lab’s latest transparency activities.
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  • Financial cyberthreats in 2020 Jan 10 2020 2:00 pm UTC 75 mins
    Yury Namestnikov, Head of Global Research & Analysis Team, Russia
    Kaspersky will present an exclusive overview of the top cyberthreats targeting financial institutions and share the company’s predictions for this area in 2020.

    During the webinar, attendees will learn about key events that have happened in 2019 – including:
    •large-scale anti-fraud bypass, digital fingerprints markets
    •multi-factor authentication (MFA) and biometric challenges
    •ATM and PoS malware
    We will also cover the latest techniques and tactics used by targeted attack groups who are specializing in stealing money from financial institutions. In the final part, we will do an educated guess and present our cybersecurity predictions about cyberthreats to financial institutions for 2020.

    The Cyberthreats to financial institutions 2020: Overview and predictions report is available here:
  • Kaspersky’s APT review of 2019: Threat Landscape Evolution Dec 17 2019 2:00 pm UTC 120 mins
    Vicente Diaz and Costin Raiu, security researchers, Kaspersky Global Research and Analysis Team
    Kaspersky leading researchers will present their annual analysis of the most significant changes of APT threat landscape of 2019. During the webinar, Costin Raiu and Vicente Diaz will tell the audience about events and transformation that happened with the concluding year and provide their expert analysis and insights.
  • What will shape Security Awareness Education in the future? Recorded: Dec 6 2019 57 mins
    Nadya Ilina - Senior product manager Kaspersky Security Awareness, adult education expert, master-trainer
    Security Awareness development is influenced by trends from multiple disciplines: IT, education, media and more. How will growing digital transformation change the approach towards the human factor in cybersecurity? How will the change in approach to education modify Security Awareness platforms?
    The requirements for types of content in the threat landscape are changing; how will these affect the content of training programs? What will be the future of Security Awareness?
    We will go through all these questions and trends in this webinar. With this session, you will learn what innovations need to be implemented and how security awareness training providers can keep up and stay in demand.
  • Fraud in retail & e-commerce – who is in the bonus really? Recorded: Nov 29 2019 38 mins
    Yury Rakov, Presales Manager, Kaspersky
    Loyalty programs are commonplace for any major online store. While they are quite costly for companies, they still remain an efficient way to attract and retain customers. At the same time, they are a tidbit for online scammers who abuse loyalty programs for financial gain, forcing the company to lose revenues and potential customers. Why join the loyalty program and slowly accumulate points if you can go to a public forum on the Internet and buy a 25-50% discount in the same online store for a penny? We will look at this and other online fraud cases in our webinar, and also share how to deal with them.
  • Kaspersky’s Advanced Targeted Threat Predictions For 2020 Recorded: Nov 20 2019 107 mins
    Vicente Diaz, David Emm and Costin Raiu, security researchers, Kaspersky Global Research and Analysis Team
    Kaspersky’s leading APT researchers will present their prognoses on what we should expect to see in 2020. The webinar will delve into the major trends of threat actors’ tactics, overall technical developments and other game-changers affecting the global threat landscape.
    During the session, Vicente Diaz< David Emm and Costin Raiu will highlight the key evolutions to keep an eye on and outline what they mean for the security industry and international cyberspace.
  • Cyberthreats on META horizon: Top Threats of 2019 and Predictions for 2020 Recorded: Nov 7 2019 55 mins
    Kaspersky's Dr. Amin Hasbini, Head of Global Research & Analysis Team for META and Maher Yamout, Senior Security Researcher
    During the webinar Dr. Amin Hasbini, Head of Global Research & Analysis Team for META at Kaspersky, and Maher Yamout, Senior Security Researcher at kaspersky, will talk about the evolving threat landscape in the Middle East, Turkey and Africa. The webinar will explore some of the key trends in terms of tools, techniques and processes likely to be used by such groups against government organizations, enterprises, critical infrastructure, society at large, and more – and consider what that means for organizations, the security community and international cyberspace. In addition to that, the web meeting will be focused on the outlook for the upcoming 2020 and new challenges that cybersecurity industry will possibly face on the edge of a new decade.


    Dr. Amin Hasbini
    Head of Global Research & Analysis Team for META, Kaspersky

    Maher Yamout
    Senior Security Researcher, Kaspersky
  • Evaluating the economic impact of an industrial cybersecurity solution Recorded: Nov 6 2019 47 mins
    Julia Fadzeyeva, Consultant at Forrester, Anton Shipulin, Presales Manager for Kaspersky Industrial CyberSecurity
    How to save $1.7 million over three years on industrial cybersecurity? Julia Fadzeyeva, guest speaker from Forrester, will present results from the commissioned Forrester Consulting Total Economic Impact™ study, highlighting the benefits of using a dedicated industrial cybersecurity solution and the improved experience this brings to customers.

    Anton Shipulin from Kaspersky will go on to show the technical aspects of implementing Kaspersky Industrial CyberSecurity and how it meets the needs of modern industrial enterprises.

    The webinar will cover:
    -Why a traditional AV solution is not the best choice for industrial machines;
    -The potential ROI of switching to an industrial cybersecurity product;
    -A Kaspersky case study demonstrating how Kaspersky Industrial CyberSecurity helps protect industrial networks
  • Prioritizing alerts based on level of risk – a step-by-step guide Recorded: Oct 28 2019 30 mins
    Artem Karasev, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Kaspersky
    The number of security alerts processed by information security analysts every day is growing exponentially. With such a high amount of data being analyzed, effective alert prioritization, triage and validation becomes nearly impossible. There are too many blinking lights coming from numerous security products, leading to significant alerts getting buried in the noise. Analysts need an effective solution to quickly validate the nature of suspicious files, URLs and IP addresses and identify incidents warranting their immediate attention.
    During this webinar, we will provide a step-by-step guide to demonstrate how the Kaspersky Threat Intelligence Portal allows anyone to easily upload suspicious objects and discover if they pose danger to their company.
  • How adversaries prepare attacks: a story of tailored threat intelligence Recorded: Oct 21 2019 41 mins
    Sergey Okhotin, Senior Security Services Analyst
    As attackers become more skilled, it’s vital not only to have an accurate picture of your organization’s attack surface, but also to track its changes and react to up-to-date information about exposed digital assets. Organizations may use a wide range of security tools in their security operations but there are still digital threats that loom: capabilities to detect and mitigate insider activities, plans and attack schemes of cybercriminals located on the Darknet forums, etc.

    The Kaspersky Tailored Threat Intelligence Reporting service is aimed at identifying the current state of a company’s - and even a country’s - security level, its attack surface, and the potential attack vectors that different categories of adversaries may use. Join our webinar and learn how to use our unique expertise and knowledge to understand your weaknesses against even the latest attacks and highly motivated attackers.
  • Ransomware insights in 2019: What we learned and how to foresee threats coming Recorded: Oct 17 2019 59 mins
    Anton Ivanov, head of Kaspersky Advanced Threats Research and Detection Team
    Ransomware, or malicious cryptors, are among the most active types of malware in 2019: This year, they’ve been paralyzing the infrastructure of cities, commercial and public entities. Anton Ivanov, head of Kaspersky Advanced Threats Research and Detection Team will summarize his experience and share insights on what we learned this year, and what is coming up on the threat landscape.

    The following topics will be covered during the webinar:
    - Overview of active ransomware families and groups in 2019
    - The main vectors of cryptor distribution
    - Detailed analysis of the most popular and advanced cryptor families
    - Targeted attacks on organizations
    - Use of legitimate software by cryptors
    - How to avoid becoming a victim (using products to protect an organization's infrastructure)
    - What to do if an organization becomes a victim of a cryptor
    - Q&A session
  • The State of Industrial Cybersecurity: From Top Priority to Clear Roadmap Recorded: Oct 10 2019 60 mins
    Ekaterina Rudina and Dr. Jesus Molina
    In conversation with Dr. Jesus Molina, Director of Business Development at Waterfall Security Solutions, Ekaterina Rudina, System Analysts Team Lead at Kaspersky ICS CERT, will discuss the findings from Kaspersky's 2019 State of Industrial Cybersecurity report, as well as highlight real-life examples to help understand what is driving stakeholders to pay more attention to cybersecurity. The goal is to help industrial facilities create the best approach; to move from ad-hoc security investment to clear, well-defined OT cybersecurity processes.
  • How to find network threats using NIDS Recorded: Sep 30 2019 28 mins
    Tatyana Shishkova, security researcher at Kaspersky
    Protecting corporate networks is a challenging task. In this webinar, I will elaborate on Network Intrusion Detection Systems (NIDS) – one of vital components of security solutions that analyzes network traffic and is used in perimeter protection.

    This webinar will cover the following topics:

    •What is NIDS, how does it work and what are the popular open-source solutions?
    •Which threats can be effectively detected using NIDS?
    •Real-life examples of malicious traffic and rules to catch them
    •Limitations of NIDS and possible workarounds
  • 5 common mistakes companies make when launching Security Awareness education Recorded: Sep 19 2019 47 mins
    Nadezhda Ilina - Senior product manager Kaspersky Security Awareness, adult education expert, master-trainer
    Why do more than 30% of users keep clicking on phishing emails? Cybersecurity policies are in place, training has been organized, but users keep clicking… What are organizations doing wrong when building their cybersecurity culture? And how can they improve it?

    1. The most common mistakes
    2. The current situation
    3. What you need to do to improve your cybersecurity strategy - practical recommendations.
  • To Blockchain or Not to Blockchain? Terra Incognita for Enterprises Recorded: Sep 5 2019 60 mins
    Ramy AlDamati – Lead Solution Architect, Blockchain influencer; Pavel Pokrovsky – Blockchain Security Group Manager
    Are you currently developing a project based on distributed ledger? Or simply interested in the technology?

    We will give you a recap of how blockchain technology has become as an integral part of the business process in enterprises. We’ll talk about use cases where distributed ledgers deliver their best value and we’ll also take a look at threat landscape and corresponding cybersecurity measures tailored for blockchain-based systems and provide recommendations on how to make your project secure.

    • About blockchain and distributed ledgers
    • The importance of DLT in numbers
    • Use cases enterprise customers implement in DLT
    • Threat landscape and why cybersecurity is important for DLTs
    • Introducing Kaspersky Enterprise Blockchain Security
    • Q&A
  • Incident Response service: Numbers, challenges and tactics Recorded: Aug 29 2019 73 mins
    Ayman Shaaban, Digital Forensics and Response Manager of Kaspersky Global Emergency Response Team
    Incident Response service: Numbers, challenges and tactics

    Kaspersky’s Incident Response Team faces daily challenges as it handles information security incidents as a third-party service provider, constantly using its experience and expertise to offer complete analysis and quick recovery successfully. To completely eliminate threats, the team covers the entire incident investigation cycle, getting involved in containment, digital forensics investigation and malware analysis, as well as helping to improve security processes after incidents.

    In this talk, Digital Forensics and Incident Response Manager of Kaspersky Global Emergency Response Team (GERT), Ayman Shaaban, will share his knowledge of the latest incident trends based on his day-to-day experiences. He will also present statistical analysis of recent incidents aimed at financial organizations, government agencies, industrial bodies and more.
    This webinar session will discuss:
    •The GERT team and IR services
    •The most frequent reasons our incident response service was requested
    •Attack vectors
    •How different types of attack effect different types of businesses
    •Attack scenarios and the details of some of the most noteworthy cases
    •What can help in reducing the risk of getting compromised
  • Withstanding the world’s no. 1 attack vector Recorded: Aug 19 2019 66 mins
    Oleg Gorobets, senior global product marketing manager at Kaspersky
    Email offers cybercriminals an multitude of potential attack scenarios. Join our webinar to find out what to expect, and how to protect your business against the world’s no. 1 attack vector.
  • The evolution and future of supply chain attacks Recorded: Aug 14 2019 69 mins
    Alexander Liskin, Boris Larin, security researchers at Kaspersky Lab
    On August 14, 2019, Kaspersky security researchers will present an overview of the current state of supply chain attacks using technical analysis from the most significant cases, as well as outlining future attack forecasts.

    The webinar will cover the following areas:

    •How to recognize supply chain attacks
    •An overview and technical details of the most prevalent supply chain attack cases:
    -ShadowPad: carried out via popular server management software
    -CCleaner infection: backdoor attack affecting millions of users
    -Operation ShadowHammer: hijacking software updates of a tech giant
    •Supply chain attack techniques from the point of view of security professionals and cybercriminals
    •A history of other significant attack cases
    •The future of supply chain attacks and defense forecasts

    The webinar will be followed by a Q&A session, where participants can pose questions to Kaspersky researchers.
  • APT Trends in Q2, 2019 – the latest campaigns, tools and targets Recorded: Aug 1 2019 65 mins
    Vicente Diaz, David Emm and Costin Raiu, security researchers in Kaspersky’s Global Research and Analysis Team
    Kaspersky experts present their latest quarterly review of advanced persistent threat activity in 2019. They will chart the most recent campaigns, tools and techniques deployed by established and emerging threat actors, and highlight some the most significant events taking place in the cyberthreat landscape in the second quarter of the year.

    Presented by: Vicente Diaz and Costin Raiu, security researchers in Kaspersky’s Global Research and Analysis Team
  • IT security vulnerabilities in healthcare. How to avoid losing patient records? Recorded: Jul 28 2019 57 mins
    Denis Makrushin, Security researcher, Kaspersky; Vitaly Mzokov, Solution Business Lead, Kaspersky Lab
    Personal health information is private and precious. Medical organizations and healthcare professionals hold this data in trust – but is that trust justified? Yuri Namestnikov and Denis Makrushin, security researchers at Kaspersky, have analyzed public sources and uncovered a number of vulnerabilities in healthcare organizations that threaten data. Join the webinar to learn how to secure your business perimeter.

    Please find more by the link – https://securelist.com/time-of-death-%D1%81onnected-medicine/84315/

    Want to know more about underground financial threats? Join our next webinar:
  • Security basics: what is malware today? Recorded: Jul 3 2019 38 mins
    Alexander Eremin, security researcher at Kaspersky
    What do we know about the malware? The term has become widely used, yet not everybody knows what is meant by it.

    In this webinar, Kaspersky security researcher Alexander Eremin will:

    -Explain the basics that are vital for the understanding of modern cybersecurity processes
    -Present the most dangerous types of malware today with case-studies
    -Tell the difference between malware and threats
    -Share the most recent trends and statistics on malware
    -Describe essential elements if the modern threat landscape
    -Provide some basic recommendations on protection for businesses and individuals

    Alexander Eremin is a malware analyst at Kaspersky. Dealing a lot with modern trends and statistics, Alexander sees the latest changes on the threat landscape and regularly provides unique insides on them on security conferences. In academic field, he is known a lector that is capable of describing the most complicated thing in the most simple words and is always happy to answer the audience’s question and eliminate any confusion.
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