HIPAA for the Small Healthcare Provider: Security and Compliance
Are you a small healthcare provider, just a few doctors, dentists, chiropractors or other providers? Don’t have the budget for a full time Security and Compliance staff so you require your office manager to do the best they can? You know you need to be concerned about HIPAA, beyond just the form your patients fill out, but are not sure where to start? Just because you are a small healthcare provider, does that mean you can’t have the same security technology that the big guys have without breaking the bank? At Dell SonicWALL we know you can.
Discover a day in the life of your network security and what it may face on a daily basis. Find out how to anticipate and prevent emerging security threats and see how to better secure your organization, keeping it safe from external and internal threats.
Take a walk through the current threat landscape with a practicing security engineer. Then watch live demonstrations from a SonicWALL system engineer of how to leverage Dell solutions to counter these intrusions.
You’ll learn more about:
• Understanding the threat landscape and need for security
• Easy methods of extending security awareness to internal and external customers
• Combating threats with Dell Software solutions
Jane Wasson, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Dell Security
IT organizations are struggling to keep up with mobile worker demand for access to more resources from more device types without compromising security. Often, mobile workers are accessing company resources from multiple devices concurrently, increasing traffic volumes, session counts and putting significant strains on legacy access infrastructure. Join this webinar to learn how Dell can help you get ahead of the next wave of mobile access and security challenges.
Learn how Dell Security can help you:
· Modernize access infrastructure to support explosive mobile growth
· Enable access for more devices, to more resources, more securely
· Ensure comprehensive data protection and security for your mobile deployment, end-to-end
Technology trends such as cloud, mobile, and collaboration help businesses boost growth and competitiveness but each brings it own set of security gaps that give attackers a clear path to slip malware into the network, evade detection, and steal valuable information.
In 2014, global malware attacks increased by 136%. Attackers launch twice as many unique attacks. These are trying times for every organization as it faces elevated risk from the latest threats and cyber-criminals bent of greed and nefarious deed. Join us as security experts look at some of the latest security challenges and discusses the building block of developing a resilient security defense system to help you effectively combat evolving threats as they emerge.
You will learn how to better protect your networks as well as yourself with solutions that reduce work for IT and security teams.
In this webinar, you will:
1. get up to speed on the current threat landscape
2. discover ways to take advantage of modern-day network security tools and services for ongoing protection against new threats
3. learn why it truly counts to have a nimble threat research and response team working for you
4. and why it truly makes a big difference to have multiple layers of threat protection to bolster your security posture
You know from experience that today’s data center needs to be agile, cost-effective and secure in the face of prolific threats. Enterprises, carriers and ISPs also demand network security that can meet their massive data and capacity demands. So how can you stay ahead of burgeoning bandwidth demands while ensuring that your network (and job) is protected?
Join security expert Ken Dang for a special live webcast, where he’ll present a network-based model for scaling a next-generation firewall (NGFW) beyond 100Gbps deep packet inspection (DPI) — all at a low cost.
In this webcast, you’ll learn how you can:
•Accommodate growth for 10, 40 or 100+ Gbps data centers
•Assure availability and connectivity without compromising security
•Achieve scalable security through inspection and prevention of intrusions, viruses, spyware and other threats
•Visualize all applications, users and groups traversing your firewalls
•Save up to 85%* compared to the nearest competitive solution
Florian Malecki, International Director, Dell Security
Today's workforce is mobile, with employees demanding access to more resources from more remote devices and platforms than ever before. Global networks connect employees, partners and customers over multiple Internet, intranets and VoIP channels. Even the smallest organization is now competing globally. IT organizations are struggling to keep up with mobile worker demand for access to more resources from more device types without compromising security and data.
Join this webinar to learn how you can get ahead of the next wave of mobile access and security challenges.
Jane Wasson, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Dell Security
Mobile workers are demanding access to more resources from more devices, placing a growing strain on legacy access and security infrastructure. Join this webinar to learn what your network needs to be ready for looming challenges in mobile access and security. Discover:
• Why explosive mobile growth requires you to modernize access infrastructure
• How you can enable access for more devices, to more resource, more securely
• How to provide comprehensive, end-to-end data protection and security for your mobile deployment
Florian Malecki, International Director of Product Marketing
Triple-A ratings are normally associated with chief financial officers keeping a tab on John Moody’s bond credit rating. But, in the technology world, how can a chief information officer or IT decision maker rate the efficiency of an IT security implementation?
A comprehensive security approach should encompass three factors. It should be adaptive to threats, business requirements and the ever-evolving use of the internet within the corporate network, have adapted to meet the specific requirements of an organization and have been adopted fully by end users.
These factors can be summarized as a “Triple-A” security approach. If you achieve this, you can strengthen your overall security posture.
Attend our webcast to see how your organization can have the best security possible, and use IT security to drive innovation – instead of blocking it.
Scott Grebe, Product Marketing Manager, Wireless Security
High-speed 802.11ac wireless has arrived, with up to 3X the speed of older standards. And while high-speed WiFi is vital to the productivity and success of today’s organizations, you need make sure it is secure against emerging threats.
Attend this webcast to learn:
• The benefits of the 802.11ac wireless standard
• Why your wireless network security needs to be as strong as your wired network
• What you need to consider when choosing a wireless security solution
These are trying times for IT professional. Each and every day you face the risk of your network being hacked by the newest zero-day threat. Not long ago, it was the Venom and the TV5 Monde breach, as well as Shellshock a few months ago. And, while you’re still working to defend your infrastructure from these two critical threats, the cybercriminal community is working just as hard trying to exploit the weaknesses of your network. So how well are you prepared for the next attack?
A comprehensive security approach should encompass three factors. It should be adaptive to threats, business requirements and the ever-evolving use of the internet within the corporate network, have adapted to meet the specific requirements of an organization and have been adopted fully by end users. These factors can be summarized as a “Triple-A” security approach.
Attend this webinar to see how you can take advantage of this “triple A security approach” as well as modern-day network security tools and services to achieve ongoing protection against new threats as they occur and use IT security to drive innovation – not blocking it.
Ken Dang, Product Marketing Manager, Dell Security
2014 was a year pack with hacker attacks on payment card infrastructures but we’re not out of the woods yet. Dell’s threat research team have regularly observed new active pieces of advanced Point-of-Sales (POS) malware in 2015. Why so many retailers still soft targets? For cyber criminals, retail is where the money is. The possibility of spiriting away and selling thousands or millions of credit card details and chunks of consumer information is powerful incentive.
Ken Dang, Product Marketing Manager, Dell Security
It’s clear that cyber-crimes are alive and well on the global stage and will only continue to be pervasive as long as organizations prolong taking the necessary defense measures to stop threats from slipping through the cracks. In this Dell Security Annual Threat webcast, we’ll present the most common attacks Dell SonicWALL observed in 2014 and the ways we expect emergent threats to affect small and medium businesses, as well as large enterprises, throughout 2015. Our goal is not to frighten, but to inform and provide organizations of all sizes with practical advice that will help them adjust their practices to more effectively prepare for and prevent attacks, even from threat sources that have yet to emerge.
Kent Shuart, Dell Software Product Marketing Manager, Network Security
Gone are the days when small businesses could avoid the attention of cybercriminals simply because of their size.
Unfortunately, small businesses are now facing more numerous – and more sophisticated – attacks in an attempt to steal their money, as well as to expose gateways that could compromise their enterprise partners.
So, adjust your thinking about cyber protection. Avoid the limitations of consumer-grade firewalls by employing enterprise-grade products – while still maintaining your budget.
During our webcast, we’ll explore how to:
•Break typical malware cycles by using a multiple-point defense
•Create a strong perimeter for your company – and help protect your partners
•Achieve big-business protection at small-business prices
Assistez à cet important webcast qui vous expliquera comment stopper la vulnérabilité Shellshock située dans un shell Bash courant dans les systèmes d’exploitation Unix, Linux et Apple OS X, et qui peut avoir de graves conséquences. Elle permet en effet aux « attaquants » d’exécuter les mêmes commandes qu’un utilisateur légitime et d’obtenir ainsi le contrôle total de systèmes vitaux.
Discover how to protect your servers and networks from Shellshock – before it’s too late.
Join this important webcast to learn how to stop this potentially severe vulnerability in a Bash shell that’s commonly found in Unix, Linux and Apple OS X operating systems. It enables attackers to perform the same commands as a legitimate user, and gain complete control of critical systems.
Attend this webcast so you can:
• Understand the details behind this vulnerability
• Recognize how Shellshock exploits organizations
• Identify what steps to take next
• See how next-gen technology can protect you
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) rates this threat as a 10.0 – its highest ranking – because of its impact and exploitability. So don’t miss this webcast.
Nehmen Sie an diesem Webcast teil und erfahren Sie, wie Sie diese potenziell kritische Schwachstelle schließen können, die in einer für Unix-, Linux- und Apple OS X-Betriebssysteme typischen Bash-Shell auftritt. Angreifer können mittels Shellshock dieselben Befehle wie ein berechtigter Benutzer ausführen und die volle Kontrolle über kritische Systeme erlangen.
Scott Grebe, Security Product Marketing Manager, Dell Software Group
With the increase in Wi-Fi-enabled devices – along with bandwidth intensive applications, including video and voice, HD multimedia, cloud apps and mobile apps – you need a high-speed wireless solution that’s ideal for both users and your organization.
Join our webcast where we’ll discuss how you can achieve the latest in high-speed wireless performance and range, along with industry-leading security, simple set-up and management, and a low TCO.
Plus, you’ll also gain valuable information about:
•The performance and productivity benefits offered by the 802.11ac wireless standard
•Why wireless users need the same protection as wired users
Don’t miss this timely, important webcast.
Join this webinar to understand the details behind the high-profile ShellShock vulnerability, and examine how it is being exploited in the wild. ShellShock is a potentially severe vulnerability in a Unix Bash shell commonly found in Unix, Linux and OS X operating systems.
Discover what network administrators can do to protect servers and networks from exploits associated with ShellShock.
•Vast scope of the vulnerabilities as proof of the need for next-generation firewall technologies in mid-sized businesses.
• Heartbleed and Shellshock showed a business can be affected regardless of size
•A lot of customers have or could have been affected, but any of Dell’s firewall customers were not affected by either vulnerability
•For any size company, SMB or otherwise, these vulnerabilities are on your network and prove that the ability to protect yourself with a next-generation firewall is a cost-effective investment
Melville Abraham - EMEA Enterprise Technical Support
We’d like to invite you to attend the second session of our best practices webinar series designed to help you avoid common pitfalls and mistakes made when deploying Dell SonicWALL solutions.
This 60-minute session will focus on the important role that firmware plays in network security and what you need to do to maintain your firewall in this regard. You’ll learn what sorts of modifications to expect, how frequently they’ll occur and how to effectively download and configure. Melville Abraham, Enterprise Technical Support Engineer will present and address questions during this session.
It seems like everything is getting connected to the internet. But, these connections mean more doorways to protect.
Indeed, the Internet of Things (IoT) carries great potential – but also significant risks. You need to understand this landscape before you can securely, successfully move into this space.
Register today for this revealing webcast to learn:
•How the IoT emerged – and where it’s going
•How existing vulnerabilities can be exploited
•What new vulnerabilities might emerge
•How you can protect your organization – starting today
•How to embrace the power of the IoT
We’ll also look at how the Dell Security portfolio can help you embrace the power of the Internet of Things – safely.
Dell(TM)SonicWALL(TM) 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.