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Adaptive Online Training for sustainable cybersafe behaviour

More than 80% of all cyber-incidents are caused by human error. Enterprises lose millions recovering from staff-related incidents – but traditional training programs usually fail to achieve the desired behavioural changes and motivation. Understanding what lies behind any learning and teaching process helps to build an effective educational program.

Kaspersky Adaptive Online Training (KAOT) is a unique solution combining content based on Kaspersky’s 20+ years’ experience in cybersecurity and an advanced learning and development methodology. This webinar will explore Kaspersky’s approach to:

•Adaptive learning
•Content based on the skillset each employee should have in order to behave safely
•Skills reinforcement
•Extensive statistics on performance, summary reports and diagrams for groups and individuals.

It combines a cybersecurity skillset and a cognitive approach with adaptive learning capabilities to create a personalised approach, building a curriculum that takes into account the individual abilities and characteristics of every learner.

Our programs not only deliver knowledge but – more importantly – change habits and form the new behaviour patterns that are the real goal of awareness training
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  • Adaptive Online Training for sustainable cybersafe behaviour Recorded: Sep 17 2020 36 mins
    Lee Rendell - Presales Manager - Kaspersky
    More than 80% of all cyber-incidents are caused by human error. Enterprises lose millions recovering from staff-related incidents – but traditional training programs usually fail to achieve the desired behavioural changes and motivation. Understanding what lies behind any learning and teaching process helps to build an effective educational program.

    Kaspersky Adaptive Online Training (KAOT) is a unique solution combining content based on Kaspersky’s 20+ years’ experience in cybersecurity and an advanced learning and development methodology. This webinar will explore Kaspersky’s approach to:

    •Adaptive learning
    •Content based on the skillset each employee should have in order to behave safely
    •Skills reinforcement
    •Extensive statistics on performance, summary reports and diagrams for groups and individuals.

    It combines a cybersecurity skillset and a cognitive approach with adaptive learning capabilities to create a personalised approach, building a curriculum that takes into account the individual abilities and characteristics of every learner.

    Our programs not only deliver knowledge but – more importantly – change habits and form the new behaviour patterns that are the real goal of awareness training
  • Fight complex threats with Managed Detection & Response Recorded: Aug 25 2020 22 mins
    Mark Olding - Pre Sales Manager - Kaspersky
    What if you could cut through all the noise in an instant, and gain all the major benefits of having an in-house Security Operations Centre, without the prohibitive costs?

    Kaspersky Managed Detection and Response delivers completely managed protection from the growing volume of threats designed to circumvent automated prevention and detection systems.
    In this webinar we’ll show you how Kaspersky Managed Detection and Response provides:

    •Superior protection against even the most complex and innovative non-malware threats
    •Cross-endpoint detection
    •Explanations and recommendations for detections and alerts in need of investigation and/or response
    •Guided response for threats requiring manual removal or disinfection

    Instantly mature your IT security function with globally recognised 24/7 proactive threat hunting and investigation, completely managed or guided incident response for a swift reaction while keeping all response actions within your full control.
  • Integrated cyber defence system – with EDR at the core Recorded: Aug 7 2020 64 mins
    Mark Olding and Lee Rendell
    Our industry and customer acclaimed cybersecurity technologies – with EDR at the core – empower you to defend your organisation effectively against evasive attacks – with no extra effort from your team.

    This webinar will provide an overview of our tightly integrated proactive cyber defence system, armed with the following technologies:
    • Kaspersky EDR Optimum plugs any gaps left by Endpoint Protection, empowering you to achieve true cyber-immunity in a world where simple anti-malware solutions are no longer enough.
    • Kaspersky Sandbox is a vital addition to Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Business that automatically blocks complex threats without the need for additional resources.
    • Kaspersky Endpoint Protection for Business, which won a 2019 Gartner Peer Insights Customers’ Choice for Endpoint Protection Platforms (with the largest share of customer reviews), and scored 100% for fileless threat protection in a recent test by AV-Test
    Award-winning endpoint protection, automated Sandbox and a unified cloud console, work alongside EDR to aggressively defend your IT estate. If you’re looking for a provider of EDR, you can be confident that Kaspersky has been awarded in April 2020 the Gartner Peer Insights ‘Voice of the Customer’: Endpoint Detection and Response Solutions, coming first or equal first (from 16 shortlisted vendors) across ALL categories.

    Minimize the risks to tomorrow’s business growth today.
  • The power of Threat Intelligence driven SOCs Recorded: Jul 9 2020 40 mins
    Lee Rendell
    This session will address how major Corporate and National SOCs are using Threat Intelligence as the main source of information to detect highly sophisticated threats. It will highlight risks and opportunities when selecting Threat Intelligence sources and partners, and the importance of knowledge sharing. Understand the importance of actionable Threat Intelligence and how to use it to enable quick and effective responses, whether you’re using third party SOC services or have an in-house SOC team.

    • What class of Threat Intelligence is being used by other companies and competitors
    • How National and large organisations can benefit from Threat Intelligence for SOCs
    • What is the best approach to SOC Threat Intelligence depending on the maturity of your business
    • Use cases and lessons learnt from our APT research team
  • Bring Prohibited Cloud Use out of the Shadows Recorded: May 19 2020 45 mins
    Mark Olding, Presales Manager, Kaspersky
    The cloud is a powerful tool, so long as you know how to control it. With NEW Cloud Discovery (part of Kaspersky Endpoint Security Cloud), you can:

    • Know which cloud services your employees are using on their work devices
    • Block prohibited cloud use automatically
    • Uncover new potentially malicious cloud services
    • Do all this without the micro-management headache

    Cloud Discovery isn’t the only life-changing tool in the Kaspersky Endpoint Security Cloud arsenal. With SharePoint and Teams now in common usage, the need for a dedicated cybersecurity solution for Microsoft Office 365 has never been greater. That’s why we’ve added Kaspersky Security for Microsoft Office 365 making it easy to:

    • Instantly stop the spread of malicious software, phishing, ransomware, spam and business email compromise (BEC)
    • Enjoy automatically updated protection, tailor-made for Exchange Online, OneDrive, SharePoint, Teams and the full Microsoft Office 365 suite
    • Get sophisticated protection technology without high-tech skills, thanks to predefined policies and auto configuration

    See for yourself how much easier life can be with the right cybersecurity technologies.
  • Security awareness training and the importance of this Recorded: May 14 2020 36 mins
    Lee Rendell
    Security awareness training is and always should be an essential part of any effective cybersecurity strategy.

    Users are generally the link between the attacker and the network, and the vast majority of all cyber incidents (not just within cybersecurity) are caused by human error. However, with the current upheaval to our working lives, security awareness has become an even more critical element of cybersecurity.

    Reduced network and user visibility for IT puts an organisation more at risk of a successful cyber-attack and with users now remotely accessing critical internal corporate data, the effectiveness of each individuals' cyber-hygiene' is particularly important. Also, with IT's ability to remediate cyber incidents such as re-imaging devices becoming increasingly difficult, providing IT with the skill set to investigate better and remediate malware-related issues remotely can significantly improve an organisations ability to adapt to these current changes
  • Specialist Security Awareness Training for IT Professionals Recorded: May 5 2020 16 mins
    Mark Olding, Presales Manager, Kaspersky
    More than 80% of all cyber-incidents are caused by human error. Enterprises lose millions recovering from staff-related incidents – but traditional training programs usually fail to achieve the desired behavioural changes and motivation.

    Cybersecurity for IT Online (CITO) is specialised training to get IT admins thinking about security risks in there day to day work. In this webinar we will provide an overview of the Cybersecurity for IT Online service and look at how it addresses these issues.
  • Managing your external devices with Kaspersky Security Center Recorded: Apr 24 2020 64 mins
    Lee Rendell, Senior Presales Manager, Kaspersky
    In the current climate, most organisations IT teams are faced with enrolling all staff to work from home. From a protection standpoint, this could potentially put the IT team in a position where they currently have no or limited management capabilities of their Kaspersky Endpoint Security devices.

    In this webinar, Lee Rendell, Senior Pre-Sales Manager will take you through step-by-step how to bring every machine, regardless of location, under full time management and visibility, without the need for changing or moving your Kaspersky Security Center.

    In this webinar you’ll learn the following skills:

    • External management capabilities
    • DMZ
    • Connection Gateway
    • Distribution Points
    • Connection Profiles
  • Remote workplace: cyber threats and how to protect from them Recorded: Apr 17 2020 31 mins
    Lee Rendell, Senior Pre-Sales Manager
    In the current climate more organisations are opting to enable their employees to work remotely to avoid additional risks. However, while there are many benefits of working from home, there still are threats to look out for— in cyberspace. Once a device is taken outside of an organisation’s network infrastructure and connected to new networks and WIFI, the cyber risks broaden and increase.

    To help organisations support employees working from home and understand the security challenges of remote workplaces, Kaspersky experts will share their review of potential cyber threats and how to avoid them.

    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 remote workplace
  • Protecting your AWS and Azure deployments Recorded: Jan 22 2020 24 mins
    Mark Olding, Presales Manager, Kaspersky
    According to SANS Institute*, the top 4 concerns for organisations using public cloud for business apps are all security-related, and with approximately 1/3 of companies now using public cloud the need for adaptive security that evolves with your environment is paramount.

    This webinar will provide insights into:

    - Reasons why you need security for public clouds
    - The threats to Public Cloud workloads
    - How you benefit through BYOL (bring your own license) for AWS and Azure workloads
    - What AWS and Azure don't secure - what is the user's responsibility
    - Overview of Kaspersky Hybrid Cloud Security

    Protecting your rapidly evolving hybrid cloud requires an integrated, adaptive workload security solution that seamlessly secures your entire on-premise, public and private cloud infrastructure. Find out how you can achieve this by joining this webinar.

    *SANS Institute 2019 Cloud Security Survey
  • TECH TALK: Upgrading to Kaspersky Security Center11 & Endpoint Security Win11 Recorded: May 28 2019 50 mins
    Lee Rendell, Kaspersky Lab
    Technical Demonstration: Upgrading to Kaspersky Security Center 11 & Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Windows 11.1

    Kaspersky Lab is proud to announce that in April 2019 we launched the latest release of Kaspersky Security Center and Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Windows.

    This new release includes a new web based console, seamless upgrade, encrypted traffic scan, adaptive anomaly control, amongst other new features.

    This webinar will guide you through the process of upgrading Kaspersky Security Center & Endpoint Security for Windows as well as an explanation and demonstration of features.
  • TECH TALK: Spear Phishing Attack | Incident Analysis and Response with KTMD Recorded: May 9 2019 41 mins
    Jibril Hassan | Executive Pre-Sales Manager | Kaspersky Lab
    A unified security solution for a new era of digital transformation.

    Join our technical team as they provide a deeper dive into the Kaspersky Anti-Targeted Attack (KATA) and Kaspersky Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) platforms.

    Learn how:
    - it delivers complete visibility across the distributed enterprise environment, together with global threat statistics and reputations, providing contextualised, actionable Intelligence.
    - multi-dimensional advanced detection combines machine learning with advanced detection capabilities using static, behavioural, cloud reputation, sandboxing and pattern based detection engines, together with a Targeted Attack Analyser.
    - automated prevention of and response to advanced threats
    Verdicts are automatically shared via the platform with a whole spectrum of products, including email, web, endpoint and storage protection. As a result, instant action can be taken when an incident emerges.

    This session is highly recommended for technical roles and continues our series of technical talks. If you missed a previous one please check it out on our On-Demand Service.
  • TECH TALK: Effective Incident Response | Kaspersky Threat Management and Defense Recorded: May 2 2019 59 mins
    Jibril Hassan | Executive Pre-Sales Manager | Kaspersky Lab
    A unified security solution for a new era of digital transformation.

    Join our technical team as they provide a deeper dive into the Kaspersky Anti-Targeted Attack (KATA) and Kaspersky Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) platforms.

    Learn how:
    - it delivers complete visibility across the distributed enterprise environment, together with global threat statistics and reputations, providing contextualised, actionable Intelligence.
    - multi-dimensional advanced detection combines machine learning with advanced detection capabilities using static, behavioural, cloud reputation, sandboxing and pattern based detection engines, together with a Targeted Attack Analyser.
    - automated prevention of and response to advanced threats
    Verdicts are automatically shared via the platform with a whole spectrum of products, including email, web, endpoint and storage protection. As a result, instant action can be taken when an incident emerges.

    This session is highly recommended for technical roles and continues our series of technical talks. If you missed a previous one please check it out on our On-Demand Service.
  • TECH TALK: Advanced Threat Mitigation | Solving the Major Enterprise Challenges Recorded: Apr 25 2019 47 mins
    Jibril Hassan | Executive Pre-Sales Manager | Kaspersky Lab
    KTMD - A Corporate Cybersecurity Strategy to meet digital disruption challenges

    Join our technical team in our first session to explore the dedicated features that gives Kaspersky Threat Management and Defense an edge.
    Learn:
    - how KTMD exposes advanced attacks with precision machine learning and behavioral analytics, plus how it minimizes false positives to help ensure high levels of productivity for security teams, powered by the Kaspersky Security Network (KSN).
    - discover what the Threats Landscape actually looks like
    - what challenges Enterprises have today and explore how to mitigate against Advanced Threats whilst protecting against Complex Threats

    At the end of the session you'll learn how to effectively PREVENT the threats, Rapidly DETECT the breach and RESPOND to incidents with our Multi-dimensional Advanced Threat Detection with Machine Learning.
  • Passwords: The Keys to your (Online) Kingdom Recorded: Dec 18 2018 39 mins
    David Emm, Principle Security Researcher and Prof. Steven Furnell, Professor of Information Security, University of Plymouth
    24/7 connectivity is fast becoming an integral part of everyday life. Most of us now routinely bank, shop and socialise online, and the Internet is the life-blood of business.

    Yet too many of us fail to secure our online identities adequately. This presentation will examine why this is important, what we should do to secure our online accounts and how criminals exploit our lack of security.

    **************************************************************************************************

    Steven Furnell is a the Associate Dean and IT Security Professor at the University of Plymouth. His research interests spans multiple areas including: Cyber Security / IT Security, including user authentication, biometrics, cyber crime, intrusion detection and response, security management and culture, usable security; Internet Technologies and Applications; Mobility.
    A published author, Steven will share his insights we can all individually make it harder for Cyber Criminals to access your passwords.

    David Emm is a Principle Research Analyst at Kaspersky Lab and regularly delivers presentations on malware and other IT security threats at industry events, highlighting what organisations and consumers can do to stay safe online. He also provides comment to broadcast and print media on the ever-changing cyber-security and threat landscape. David has a strong interest in malware, ID theft and the human aspects of security, and is a knowledgeable adviser on all aspects of online security.
  • Kaspersky Technical Talks Series - KATA / EDR Part 3 Recorded: Dec 12 2018 42 mins
    Jibril Hassan, Executive Pre-Sales Manager | Kaspersky Lab
    A unified security solution for a new era of digital transformation.

    Join our technical team as they provide a deeper dive into the Kaspersky Anti-Targeted Attack (KATA) and Kaspersky Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) platforms.

    Learn how:
    - it delivers complete visibility across the distributed enterprise environment, together with global threat statistics and reputations, providing contextualised, actionable Intelligence.
    - multi-dimensional advanced detection combines machine learning with advanced detection capabilities using static, behavioural, cloud reputation, sandboxing and pattern based detection engines, together with a Targeted Attack Analyser.
    - automated prevention of and response to advanced threats
    Verdicts are automatically shared via the platform with a whole spectrum of products, including email, web, endpoint and storage protection. As a result, instant action can be taken when an incident emerges.

    This session is highly recommended for technical roles and continues our series of technical talks. If you missed a previous one please check it out on our On-Demand Service.
  • Kaspersky Technical Talks Series - KATA / EDR Part 3 Recorded: Nov 22 2018 42 mins
    Jibril Hassan, Kaspersky Lab
    A unified security solution for a new era of digital transformation.

    Join our technical team as they provide a deeper dive into the Kaspersky Anti-Targeted Attack (KATA) and Kaspersky Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) platforms.

    Learn how:
    - it delivers complete visibility across the distributed enterprise environment, together with global threat statistics and reputations, providing contextualised, actionable Intelligence.
    - multi-dimensional advanced detection combines machine learning with advanced detection capabilities using static, behavioural, cloud reputation, sandboxing and pattern based detection engines, together with a Targeted Attack Analyser.
    - automated prevention of and response to advanced threats
    Verdicts are automatically shared via the platform with a whole spectrum of products, including email, web, endpoint and storage protection. As a result, instant action can be taken when an incident emerges.

    This session is highly recommended for technical roles and continues our series of technical talks. If you missed a previous one please check it out on our On-Demand Service.
  • Kaspersky Technical Talks Series - Threat Intelligence Portal: How to use it Recorded: Sep 20 2018 28 mins
    Jibril Hassan, Kaspersky Lab
    Threat Intelligence Services from Kaspersky Lab gives you access to the intelligence you need to mitigate against threats, provided by our world-leading team of researchers and analysts.

    Kaspersky Lab’s knowledge, experience and deep intelligence on every aspect of cybersecurity has made it the trusted partner of the world’s premier law enforcement and government agencies, including INTERPOL and leading CERTs. You too can leverage this intelligence in your organisation today.

    Join Jibril Hassan as he introduces the Threat Intelligence Portal and showcases how to optimise this valuable resource to keep your organisation safe from attacks. Gain some valuable insights to help manage your cyber security with confidence.
  • Targeted Attacks: A Review of Current Trends and Future Developments Recorded: Sep 19 2018 46 mins
    David Emm, Principal Security Researcher, Kaspersky Lab (Global Research & Analysis Team)
    Targeted attacks are now an established part of the threat landscape and in 2017 the headlines were full of news about sophisticated attacks of all kinds. Some were highly-targeted, others affected many businesses and quickly reached epidemic proportions. Often the motive was clear - to gather data, to make money, to cause damage and disruption. But sometimes the lines between these became blurred.

    It's clear that organisations of all kinds need to understand and prepare for cyber-threats affecting their sector. And this must start with an understanding of the current threat landscape and how it's likely to develop.

    This presentation will outline the trends we're seeing and offer some predictions for 2018 and beyond - based on our analysis of attacks in 2017.

    About the presenter:
    David joined Kaspersky Lab in 2004. He is a member of the company's Global Research and Analysis Team and has worked in the anti-malware industry since 1990 in a variety of roles, including that of Senior Technology Consultant at Dr Solomon's Software, and Systems Engineer and Product Manager at McAfee.

    In his current role, David regularly delivers presentations on malware and other IT security threats at industry events, highlighting what organisations and consumers can do to stay safe online. He also provides comment to broadcast and print media on the ever-changing cyber-security and threat landscape. David has a strong interest in malware, ID theft and the human aspects of security, and is a knowledgeable advisor on all aspects of online security.

    David is regularly mentioned in national print press as a cyber-security expert and has a wealth of experience in being filmed for such programmes as Good Morning Britain and BBC News.
  • [Ep.21] Ask the Expert: Ethics in AI Recorded: Sep 18 2018 49 mins
    Alexey Malanov, Malware Expert, Kaspersky Lab
    This webinar is part of BrightTALK's Ask the Expert series.

    Alexey Malanov joined Kaspersky Lab in 2004, where he began his work as a virus analyst. He has since been appointed Head of Kaspersky's Anti-Malware Team and in 2012, shifted his focus to analyzing technology trends and risks.

    The threat posed by a Strong AI (artificial intelligence where the machine's intellectual capability is functionally equal to a human's) is well-considered in many science fiction films. But the invention of a Strong AI will take many years, so we can afford not to hurry with the study of "laws of robotics."

    However, we are already facing growing concerns. The use of machine learning in various fields has shown that algorithms often make strange, discriminatory and difficult-to-understand decisions. Moreover, it has been clearly demonstrated that a person can cheat algorithms to achieve desired results.

    Alexey addresses some of the looming issues surrounding the AI algorithms that are becoming a part of our daily lives, and will increasingly affect us and our decisions.
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