How Cloud Computing Can Rain on Your Security Strategy
The ease-of-use, high scalability and low maintenance of cloud computing are just some of the benefits that are driving adoption of this new trend within the enterprise. Gartner confirms this in a recent report* that revealed that cloud computing rates as the second highest technology priority in 2010, behind only virtualization.
But IT managers need more specifics. What should I move to the cloud? What should I not move to the cloud? What are the risks and what are the rewards?
As promising as cloud computing is, you need to keep in mind that the cloud alternative approach for delivering IT services are accompanied by a number of significant challenges that could threaten the stability of your security strategy.
In this session we will examine the security, compliance and performance concerns associated with cloud computing. We will take a look about how you can utilize a dynamic security solution to attribute policy, limit liability and improve performance of your cloud-based technology investments. We will recommend what should and should not be moved, and why.
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Hackers have expanded their craft to use SSL traffic as a means to obfuscate their attacks and rasomware download. Using Transport Layer Security (TLS) or Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) encryption, attackers now cipher malicious payloads and command and control communication to evade your cyber defense.
Attend this live webcast to:
•Have an understanding of how adversaries are using encryption against us.
•Be aware of the common attacks that leverage SSL/TLS traffic to evade detection
•Be prepare for the key challenges when inspecting SSL Traffic
What we see is that the cyber arms race continues to evolve. If I were to boil this down to its essence, cyber criminals are combining exploits and attacks in creative ways that are not necessarily brand new, but can be tweaked and combined in new ways to create very effective attacks. Like mixing cocktails, the ingredients are all well known, but the exact mix is completely new.
Join our webcast to learn how SonicWall can help you protect your organization against modern malware attacks
Email-based communications are a fundamental cornerstone for effective business. That’s why email is a popular vector for sabotage across your network and a launch pad for malware – including ransomware and zero-day threats.
This webcast discusses the current threat landscape and customer pain points, and examines how SonicWall Email Security – now integrated with Capture Advanced Threat Protection – delivers cloud-based, multi-engine sandbox protection for your email.
WannaCry will go down in history as one of the most insidious forms of ransomware ever. In this webinar, you will see how WannaCry works on a vulnerable live system and how to stop it using SonicWall. Also, learn how SonicWall Capture Labs identified this attack and built protection for our customers before it happened. In this version of the webcast, we will focus more time to answering your questions.
WannaCry will go down in history as one of the most pernicious forms of ransomware ever. In this webinar, you will learn how SonicWall Capture Labs identified this attack and built protection for our customers before it happened.
Scott Grebe, Cybersecurity Product Marketing Manager
As the use of cybertechnology grows, organizations and their security solutions are increasingly caught in the crosshairs of a growing global cybercriminal industry. No longer is it enough to simply detect network breaches. You need to prevent cyberthreats such as ransomware, IoT DDoS attacks and encrypted malware. Learn more about these threats and why it’s time to add new cyberdefenses to your business security arsenal.
With the growth of ransomware families by 600% in 2016, there is no slowdown in sight for one of the worst malware variants in history.
SonicWall’s security researcher and advocate, Brook Chelmo, will talk about the impact of ransomware as well as other advanced persistent threats such as zero-day attacks. SonicWall has the expertise and resources to help you stay ahead of developing threats.
Learn how to:
•Stay safe from ransomware and other advanced attacks
•Practice good security hygiene
•Use trusted automated tools to protect your network and endpoints
Email-based communications are a fundamental cornerstone for effectively conducting business. For that reason, however, email continues to be a popular vector for business sabotage. Email is frequently used to propagate malware – including ransomware and zero-day threats - across your network.
This webinar examines how SonicWall Email Security – now integrated with Capture Advanced Threat Protection – delivers cloud-based, multi-engine sandbox protection for your email.
Learn how this comprehensive, flexible and scalable solution can:
•Scan a broad range of email attachment types to detect advanced threats
•Analyze them in a multi-engine sandbox
•Block them prior to a security verdict
•Rapidly deploy remediation signatures
Cyber-crimes are alive and well on the global stage. Don’t resist taking the necessary defense measures to stop threats from slipping through the cracks. In this SonicWall Security Annual Threat webcast, we’ll present the most common attacks in 2016 and the ways we expect new threats to affect businesses throughout 2017.
Some report highlights:
•Ransomware changes in 2016 and the effects on malicious email and exploit kits
•The growth and challenges of SSL
•How Internet of Things devices were exploited and different security steps some organizations are taking in response
•Developments in Android security
•Changes in Point of Sale Malware compared to 2015 and useful lessons to be learned
Not every organization has the in-house resources needed to support IT security. Outsource your network security with SonicWall Security-as-a-Service (SECaaS). This flexible, affordable subscription-based service lets you detect and block a wide range of advanced and emerging threats, including intrusions, viruses, spyware, worms, Trojans, key loggers, rootkits, botnets and “zero-day” malware.
Join this webcast to find out how the SonicWall SECaaS subscription-based service provides organizations of every size with the ability to:you can benefit from:
•Meet all network security needs
•Reduce management time
•Eliminate upfront capital investment
•Utilize subscription pricing for a predictable operating expense model
•Gain valuable network reporting and expert insight
•Have a network security professional manage it all
Modern threats take advantage of all areas of your network to cause maximum harm. Once inside your environment, they propagate freely within your network, as well as transmit information into and out of your network. In order to stop advanced attacks, networks need to be divided into security segments to contain and mitigate threat propagation.
Join this upcoming webcast and discover proven best practices for implementing network security segments as an effective defense against advanced threats.
• Monitor all – including encrypted – communications traversing the network for malicious activity or content.
• Inspect traffic not just from the internet, but also from devices that connect behind traditional security checkpoints.
• Prioritize critical infrastructure communications to ensure successful business operations.
• And much more...
Online shopping will rise sharply to an unprecedented level this coming holiday season. The conversation for consumers and retailers now focus on cyber safety and privacy for all. What actions must you take immediately to elevate your security posture?
In this webinar, you’ll hear from our SonicWall security expert on the best ways to securing your retail business and safeguard your customer privacy information while also meeting the latest PCI standards.
Rasomware is spreading at record pace in 2016 as cybercriminals are actively using it to hold businesses, institutions and even individuals hostage. If you’ve been following the news, you’re probably aware that authorities and security experts are calling this the new crisis in cybercrime today. Research has shown that businesses with more than 100 employees make up 60 per cent of all ransomware attacks and those with more than 1,000 employees are targeted 25 per cent of the time.
Attend our live webcast to learn effective ways to prevent and stop this dangerous and potentially costly threat.
Mike Patterson, CEO of Plixer International, and Jan Sijp, Director of Product Management at SonicWALL
Join us for an introduction to the leading edge in flow-based network and application traffic analytics technology. Jan Sijp of SonicWALL will be joined by Mike Patterson, who is the CEO of Plixer, industry guru, and flow analytics expert.
When your network is slow it may not always be evident where the bottleneck is. A server may be misconfigured or infected with a virus but you have no easy way of identifying the problem. Employees may be over-utilizing your network by using non-work related applications. And when you’ve legitimately reached the maximum capacity of your Internet connection, your finance department may be asking for a justification for your request for a higher bandwidth connection.
During the session, Jan and Mike will discuss in detail how flow analytics tools can help you light up your entire network and address all the above issues. In particular, they will discuss the SonicWALL Scrutinizer product, a multi-vendor, application traffic analytics visualization and reporting tool to measure and troubleshoot network performance and utilization. They will also highlight the unique ability of Scrutinizer to identify all user activity (applications, web usage, etcetera) on a SonicWALL firewall.
Hear Hall County Schools speak on their reasons for choosing SonicWALL SuperMassive. Based in Gainesville, GA, Hall County’s SonicWALL infrastructure protects 26,000 students and 5,000 staff members across 40 locations. The county replaced its Cisco and Websense solution with SonicWALL to achieve greater performance, scalability and central management.
Daniel Ayoub, Manager of Product Marketing at SonicWALL and Andrew Brandt, Director of Threat Research of Solera Networks
Attacks targeting your network go deep and wide, reaching the nooks and crannies of your systems. Your perimeter defenses of old don't make the grade and are not going to protect you from today as targeted, persistent threats. Protecting all layers of the network and responding rapidly to an attack with decisive action, armed with complete and clear evidence, must be the focus of security teams today.
Join Daniel Ayoub, Manager of Product Marketing at SonicWALL and Andrew Brandt, Director of Threat Research of Solera Networks to see how the SonicOS Network Security Platform, combined with comprehensive Network Security Analytics from Solera Networks, gives you the ultimate in protection, visibility and incident response capabilities.
SonicWall provides intelligent network security and data protection solutions that enable customers and partners to dynamically secure, control, and scale their global networks. Using input from millions of shared touch points in the SonicWALL Global Response Intelligent Defense (GRID) Network, the SonicWALL Threat Center provides continuous communication, feedback, and analysis on the nature and changing behavior of threats.