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Replay: Redefining Enterprise Security in an Era of Digital Transformation

In the digital world, effective information security is now a key business success factor. As attackers find new ways to attack digital assets, the ability of the organization to maintain continuity, and the security of the information circulating in it, may be called into question. New attack methods and threat vectors require fundamentally new approaches to corporate protection.

As part of the World Cyber Security Congress in London on March 27, Kaspersky Lab was conducting a seminar exploring ways to solve the problem of protection in the digital world, where the risks are so high, and where the only sure defense lies a comprehensive security approach.

Join us there to:

• Find out about the threats organizations like yours are currently facing

• Learn how to build reliable protection in the era of digital transformation

• See how leading-edge global corporation has built its security on proven technologies

• Put your questions to our experts


During the seminar, our Principal Security Researcher in the Global Research and Analysis Team David Emm will talk about contemporary threats in ‘The Top Cyber-threats Facing Your Digital Business’.
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    Here is what you will learn during this webinar:

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    •Evolution of mobile malware and banking Trojans
    •How to protect yourself and your organization from becoming compromised
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    •What threats can thwart remote workers
    •Case studies cyber attacks faced by remote workers
    •How to protect your data and set up a secure workplace anywhere
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    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
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    Have you ever wondered how Kaspersky discovered some of the world’s most famous APT attacks? Now, the answer is within your reach. Costin Raiu, director of Kaspersky’s Global Research and Analysis Team (GReAT), will be sharing best practices on the use of YARA, an essential tool for APT hunters that can assist with the discovery of new malware samples, exploits and zero-days, speed up incident response, and increase your defenses by deploying custom rules inside your organization.

    If you ever wanted to master YARA and achieve a new level of knowledge in APT detection, mitigation and response, now is your chance.

    This brief webinar is based on Kaspersky’s exclusive training on YARA rules, which has already helped improve the APT detection strategies of many cybersecurity teams from leading businesses across the world. During the webinar, you will learn how to write test and improve effective YARA rules. You will also get a glimpse of some of our internal tools and learn how to maximize your knowledge for building effective APT detection strategies with YARA.

    This practical webinar is useful for security researchers and incident response personnel, malware analysts, security engineers, network security analysts, APT researchers and IT security staff. The content is suitable for both beginners and seasoned YARA users.

    During this webinar, you will learn about:

    •YARA syntax
    •Tips & tricks for creating fast and effective rules
    •Using YARA-generators
    •Testing YARA rules for false positives
    •Hunting new undetected samples
    •Using external modules within YARA for effective hunting
    •Anomaly search
    •Real-life examples

    Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about APT threat detection from Kaspersky’s Global Research and Analysis Team.

    Attendees’ requirements:
    Technical level: medium
    Prerequisites: knowledge of basic programming languages
    Software to install: YARA 3.11.0 or newer (if any)

    Learn more about Kaspersky cybersecurity trainings: https://kas.pr/6m8r
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    Felix Aime, Yury Namestnikov
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    Сybersecurity experts from Kaspersky Lab’s GReAT team – Yury Namestnikov and Felix Aime – will explain how the new Fin7 activity was detected, which groups are now under its umbrella and how to protect yourself from it.
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    In this webinar you will learn:
    •What threats can thwart remote workers
    •Case studies cyber attacks faced by remote workers
    •How to protect your data and set up a secure workplace anywhere
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