Hi [[ session.user.profile.firstName ]]

Protecting Connected Healthcare Applications from the Inside Out

As connected medical devices become more commonplace, so do the threats of cyberattacks targeting applications that connect to these devices. Inadequately protected apps are vulnerable to reverse engineering and tampering, which can threaten patient safety, expose sensitive data, compromise valuable IP, and result in lost revenue, regulatory and governmental penalties. Traditional perimeter, network or device security methods are not sufficient to prevent these types of attacks.

Join Arxan to learn how to defend your web and mobile apps, improve patient safety, protect IP, and help prevent data breaches.
Recorded Oct 23 2018 31 mins
Your place is confirmed,
we'll send you email reminders
Presented by
Paul Dant, Arxan Senior Security Engineer & Ken Jochims, Arxan Director of Product Marketing
Presentation preview: Protecting Connected Healthcare Applications from the Inside Out

Network with like-minded attendees

  • [[ session.user.profile.displayName ]]
    Add a photo
    • [[ session.user.profile.displayName ]]
    • [[ session.user.profile.jobTitle ]]
    • [[ session.user.profile.companyName ]]
    • [[ userProfileTemplateHelper.getLocation(session.user.profile) ]]
  • [[ card.displayName ]]
    • [[ card.displayName ]]
    • [[ card.jobTitle ]]
    • [[ card.companyName ]]
    • [[ userProfileTemplateHelper.getLocation(card) ]]
  • Channel
  • Channel profile
  • Protecting Mobile, PC/Mac and Online Games Recorded: Oct 30 2018 16 mins
    Dave Bott, Arxan Security Engineer, and Ken Jochims, Arxan Director of Product Marketing
    Piracy, cheating, counterfeiting and other attacks can make or break a game economy. But common game security techniques have a reputation for slowing game performance, hurting user experience and being ineffectual. It puts the burden of security expertise on developers and often disrupts the software development lifecycle, slowing down time-to-market. But it doesn’t have to be this way.

    Join Arxan Security Engineer Dave Bott as he shares security strategies to protect your web and mobile games, help you fight back against hacks, cracks, and theft, and maximize revenue, all without compromising performance or slowing time to market. We'll cover:

    -How to defend games against tampering that leads cheating and piracy
    -How app hardening and data and key encryption can help prevent content theft and fraudulent licenses
    -The benefits of real-time threat data and how to incorporate it into your security strategy to block and frustrate attackers
  • Preventing Financial Application Breaches: Why App Security Matters Recorded: Oct 25 2018 27 mins
    Ken Jochims, Arxan Director of Product Marketing | Chris Mizell, Arxan Senior Security Engineer
    Think the attacks that breached two international air carriers’ applications can’t happen to your organisation? If you’re relying on network or device security solutions to protect your apps, you might want to think again.

    Web and mobile applications are among the most common weak points in an organisation’s security posture, and that includes financial services institutions. Traditional security measures like firewalls, WAFs or device solutions can’t defend web and mobile apps from reverse engineering or tampering.

    To adequately protect APIs, customer data, valuable IP and your backend systems, you need to rethink your security approach. Join Arxan Senior Security Engineer Chris Mizell and Director of Product Marketing Ken Jochims to learn:

    -How to protect your mobile and web banking apps with app shielding technology
    -How visibility into your app ecosystem can help stop attackers and prevent breaches
    -How to implement app protection without getting in the way of your development cycle
  • Protecting Connected Healthcare Applications from the Inside Out Recorded: Oct 23 2018 31 mins
    Paul Dant, Arxan Senior Security Engineer & Ken Jochims, Arxan Director of Product Marketing
    As connected medical devices become more commonplace, so do the threats of cyberattacks targeting applications that connect to these devices. Inadequately protected apps are vulnerable to reverse engineering and tampering, which can threaten patient safety, expose sensitive data, compromise valuable IP, and result in lost revenue, regulatory and governmental penalties. Traditional perimeter, network or device security methods are not sufficient to prevent these types of attacks.

    Join Arxan to learn how to defend your web and mobile apps, improve patient safety, protect IP, and help prevent data breaches.
  • Securing Connected Vehicle Applications Recorded: Oct 16 2018 27 mins
    Matt Clemens, Arxan Security Solutions Architect & Ken Jochims, Arxan Director of Product Marketing
    As connected cars become mainstream, the mobile applications that interact with them continue to evolve and add sophisticated functionality. This creates a growing security risk from vulnerable mobile apps that provide access to a wide range of critical vehicle functionality.

    Without intelligently protecting these mobile apps, connected car manufacturers and customers will become targets for cybercriminals looking to take advantage of this new and expanding market.

    Learn how to protect connected car apps and help prevent reverse engineering attacks with application hardening and real-time threat analytics. In this workshop, you’ll learn:

    -How to reduce the risks associated with unprotected vehicle apps
    -How to implement a robust application protection solution without disrupting the software development lifecycle.
    -The benefits of real-time threat data and how to incorporate it into your security strategy
  • Preventing Financial Application Breaches: Why App Security Matters Recorded: Oct 10 2018 27 mins
    Ken Jochims, Arxan Director of Product Marketing | Chris Mizell, Arxan Senior Security Engineer
    Think the attacks that breached two international air carriers’ applications can’t happen to your organization? If you’re relying on network or device security solutions to protect your apps, you might want to think again.

    Web and mobile applications are the most common weak point in an organization’s security posture, and that includes financial services institutions. Traditional security measures like firewalls, WAFs or device solutions can’t defend web and mobile apps from reverse engineering or tampering.

    To adequately protect APIs, customer data, valuable IP and your backend systems, you need to rethink your security approach. Join Arxan Senior Security Engineer Chris Mizell and Director of Product Marketing Ken Jochims to learn:

    -How to protect your mobile and web banking apps with app shielding technology
    -How visibility into your app ecosystem can help stop attackers and prevent breaches
    -How to implement app protection without getting in the way of your development cycle
  • Trust But Verify: Mobile App Protection Best Practices - Arxan AppSec Series 3/3 Recorded: May 24 2018 59 mins
    Chris Stahly, Arxan Senior Security Architect | Deborah Clark McGinn, Arxan VP of Marketing
    Traditional network and app security approaches are no longer sufficient to protect high-value apps running in untrusted environments. Knowing the status of apps running in the wild and whether they are under attack is key to responding to the ever changing threat landscape. Visibility into when, how and from where an attack is happening, and the ability to optimize your response in real time can mean the difference between stopping a threat before it spreads or picking up the pieces after the fact.

    In part three of our application security series, we’ll share best practices for app protection and mitigation, plus how Arxan’s comprehensive app protection and alerting capabilities can help prevent reverse engineering, code tampering, IP theft, and help level the playing field with attackers.
  • Mobile App Reverse Engineering is easier than you think: Arxan AppSec Series 2/3 Recorded: May 23 2018 57 mins
    Chris Stahly, Arxan Senior Security Architect | Deborah Clark McGinn, Arxan VP of Marketing
    Everyone knows that high-value mobile applications like banking or payment apps can be the gateway to a treasure trove of sensitive information. What most organizations may not understand, however, is just how easy it is to reverse engineer applications after they’ve been deployed to an app store, using freely available tools. In part two of our application security series, Arxan Senior Security Architect Chris Stahly will demonstrate how easily an attacker can gain access to IP, customer data, and even encryption keys if a high-value app is not properly protected. We’ll discuss ways to improve mobile app security, reduce threat response times and minimize the impact of an attack using real-time threat intelligence.
  • 2018 Ponemon Institute Study on Application Security: Arxan AppSec Series 1/3 Recorded: May 22 2018 59 mins
    Dr. Larry Ponemon, Ponemon Institute Chairman & Founder | Deborah Clark McGinn, Arxan VP of Marketing
    Data breaches caused by unprotected applications affected nearly 75% of companies in a recent global survey, yet a majority of these companies admit they don’t adequately invest in app security until after they’ve suffered significant losses. Join Arxan and the Ponemon Institute for part one of our application security insights series, where we’ll share the results of the 2018 Study on Application Security. This survey of nearly 1,400 IT and IT security practitioners from around the world examines the risk unprotected applications pose to businesses, and how companies are addressing those risks.

    During part 1 of this webinar series, we’ll cover:
    •The impact of cyberattacks and data breaches on unsecured mobile applications
    •Global trends on application security investments and spending
    •Insights to improve application security posture, including the use of threat intelligence data
  • 451 Research Webinar: How the GDPR Impacts Enterprise Mobility Management Recorded: May 3 2018 57 mins
    Chris Marsh, 451 Research and Magnus Mjøsund, Apperian Product Manager, Arxan
    The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) that goes into effect on 25 May 2018 expands the meaning of personal data, mandates when such data can be collected, and enforces full transparency and consent from the user. Organizations of all types processing data from EU residents must evaluate and likely make changes to their enterprise mobility management practices in order to adhere to the new law or face severe penalties.

    Watch this webinar to understand what GDPR means for infrastructure and operations professionals that are responsible for mobile and endpoint strategy to make sure your organization is compliant from day one.

    We review the most important sections of the law related to enterprise mobility from an administration and end user perspective as well as the implications for BYOD programs. Learn how EMM can be leveraged to meet GDPR requirements and how a mobile application management solution like Apperian supports privacy and mitigates risk by managing corporate data while leaving personal data untouched.
  • Apperian App Management Platform Demo Recorded: May 1 2018 6 mins
    Arxan
    Watch the 5-minute Apperian App Management demo video today and tour the platform that enables IT and line of business professionals to deliver critical apps to 100% of users across their organization.
  • Inside Arxan's Acquisition of Apperian Recorded: Apr 25 2018 37 mins
    Maribel Lopez, Principal Analyst at Lopez Research ; Joe Sander, CEO of Arxan Technologies & Mark Lorion, GM of Apperian
    Watch this on-demand webinar recording to get an inside look at Arxan Technologies' acquisition of Apperian.

    Maribel Lopez, Principal Analyst at Lopez Research, lead the discussion between Joe Sander, CEO of Arxan, and Mark Lorion, President and General Manager of Apperian, on how the acquisition came about, what it means for the industry and their vision for the Apperian platform and Arxan overall moving forward.
  • How to Extend Your EMM Platform with APIs Recorded: Apr 20 2018 32 mins
    Robert Lacis and Magnus Mjøsund
    An application program interface or API is critical to making mobility work in the enterprise.

    Mobility has grown in isolation from other aspects of corporate IT infrastructure. It evolved at a different pace, requires a different toolset, and is not yet uniformly adopted throughout organizations. When mobility is isolated and needs to be administered differently, it adds complexity to IT management and does not allow the enterprise to realize the full ROI of mobility. A comprehensive set of APIs is the key that will resolve these pain points and result in an open and extensible enterprise mobility management.

    Watch this on-demand webinar to learn how enterprises are leveraging app management APIs to extend and integrate the capabilities of mobility management solutions based on their specific business needs. Senior Director of Customer Success, Robert Lacis, and Product Manager, Magnus Mjøsund, provide an overview of Apperian’s API Platform and explore the integration possibilities with enterprise business analytics and intelligence platforms such as Tableau.

    APIs that will be covered include:
    - Reports API
    - Publishing API
    - Signing API
    - App Catalog API
    - User and Group API
  • Five Risks That Could Jeopardize Your Application Security Strategy Recorded: Dec 5 2017 39 mins
    Scott Crawford, Director of Research, 451 Research | Dustin Anders, Arxan Vice President of Worldwide Field Engineering
    Mobile applications have become the center of many enterprise transformation initiatives. Customer facing mobile apps handle essential business functions and serve as the face of the enterprise to its customers. Applications are becoming an increased source of risk for the enterprise as they manage sensitive customer information and financial data.

    Most enterprises believe they have adequately protected themselves against attacks with traditional security precautions. Learn the risks associated with many of these common approaches and what concrete steps an enterprise can take to avoid becoming the next hacking headline.
Protect applications from the inside out
Arxan provides comprehensive app-level security, and enterprise app governance enforcement. Our wide range of patented security capabilities, including dynamic app policy engine, code hardening, obfuscation, white-box cryptography and encryption, and threat analytics help enterprises protect valuable customer, business and IP data.

Embed in website or blog

Successfully added emails: 0
Remove all
  • Title: Protecting Connected Healthcare Applications from the Inside Out
  • Live at: Oct 23 2018 5:00 pm
  • Presented by: Paul Dant, Arxan Senior Security Engineer & Ken Jochims, Arxan Director of Product Marketing
  • From:
Your email has been sent.
or close