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Using PKI for Business Continuity and the Secure Remote Workforce

Today more than ever, IT departments need to understand how digital identities fit into their secure, geographically dispersed architecture. With the workforce moving to remote positions, businesses must concentrate on maximizing productivity through VPN, Wi-Fi, and Desktop-as-a-Service access while maintaining a high level of security for remote access. Join our hosts CTO of PKI Jason Soroko and Senior Fellow Tim Callan as they discuss the effects of the current pandemic on IT operations and the key role PKI plays in securing this new environment.
Recorded Apr 23 2020 55 mins
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  • 21 PKI Pitfalls to Avoid Oct 15 2020 3:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Tim Callan, Senior Fellow at Sectigo & Jason Soroko, CTO of PKI at Sectigo
    Discover the twenty-one PKI pitfalls to avoid according to five main categories of error: certificate problems, deployment problems, systemic security problems, governance problems, and visibility problems. Join Sectigo Senior Fellow Tim Callan and CTO of PKI Jason Soroko as they detail these twenty-one pitfalls so you can be on the lookout for them.
  • Root Causes Episode 10: S/MIME Automated Deployment Recorded: Jul 30 2020 19 mins
    Tim Callan, Senior Fellow at Sectigo & Jason Soroko, CTO of PKI at Sectigo
    S/MIME certificates indicate the authentic identity of the sender and enable encryption for message content and attachments - providing strong defenses against a variety of email-based attacks. Nonetheless, adoption today is extremely small.

    In this session, find out:

    - What the challenges to past adoption have been for this underutilized security
    technology
    - What the industry is doing to help enterprises secure their email today
  • Root Causes Episode 8: Free PKI Is Not Free Recorded: Jul 28 2020 19 mins
    Tim Callan, Senior Fellow at Sectigo & Jason Soroko, CTO of PKI at Sectigo
    The promise of a "free" Microsoft CA was alluring to enterprises in the 2000s, but today's increasingly open computing architectures and agile development methodology have outgrown your old fashioned Microsoft CA.

    Learn about the seven common use cases where your traditional CA no longer does the job.
  • Root Causes Episode 6: Quantum-Resistant Cryptography Recorded: Jul 22 2020 21 mins
    Tim Callan, Senior Fellow at Sectigo & Jason Soroko, CTO of PKI at Sectigo
    The pending cryptographic Quantum Apocalypse requires that we replace the hashing and encryption algorithms used through the internet, enterprise networks, mobile service, and popular devices.

    Join our experts to learn more about the requirements for quantum-resistant algorithms to survive the Quantum Apocalypse.
  • Root Causes Episode 05: Cryptographic Quantum Apocalypse Recorded: Jul 16 2020 20 mins
    Tim Callan, Senior Fellow at Sectigo & Jason Soroko, CTO of PKI at Sectigo
    As quantum computing continues to progress, the world's widespread cryptographic schemes are in danger. To prepare for the cryptographic "Quantum Apocalypse" we will need to replace our RSA- and ECC-based schemes with a new set of ciphers.
  • Measuring the Impact of Lockdown-Driven WFH on IT Security Recorded: Jul 16 2020 49 mins
    Tim Callan, Senior Fellow at Sectigo & Jason Soroko, CTO of PKI at Sectigo
    Earlier this year enterprises sent employees to work from home as a sudden, urgent need. This move to near-universal working from home introduced challenges to security and continued employee productivity, and it also introduced opportunities to improve efficiency, security, and control. To understand these impacts, Sectigo recently commissioned a third-party survey of more than 500 IT security professionals. Join Sectigo Senior Fellow Tim Callan and CTO of PKI Jason Soroko as they detail the findings of this groundbreaking research.
  • Using PKI for Business Continuity and the Secure Remote Workforce Recorded: Apr 23 2020 55 mins
    Tim Callan, Senior Fellow at Sectigo & Jason Soroko, CTO of PKI at Sectigo
    Today more than ever, IT departments need to understand how digital identities fit into their secure, geographically dispersed architecture. With the workforce moving to remote positions, businesses must concentrate on maximizing productivity through VPN, Wi-Fi, and Desktop-as-a-Service access while maintaining a high level of security for remote access. Join our hosts CTO of PKI Jason Soroko and Senior Fellow Tim Callan as they discuss the effects of the current pandemic on IT operations and the key role PKI plays in securing this new environment.
  • Identity Is the New Perimeter Recorded: Feb 13 2020 49 mins
    Tim Callan, Senior Fellow at Sectigo & Jason Soroko, CTO of PKI at Sectigo
    In the modern Enterprise, there is a constant need for employees to access networks, applications and data. Usernames and passwords are commonplace for a wide range of use cases, from Wi-Fi & VPN access to OS & App authentication, but they are difficult to manage and can easily be compromised. Employees bringing their own devices to work further increases the burden on IT teams. Identities have truly become the new security perimeter for Enterprises, and IT departments must find new ways to efficiently secure a plethora of networks and applications. As PKI becomes more and more ubiquitous in the Enterprise today, client certificates can go a long way to secure identities and access. Listen to this webinar to learn more about PKI in the context of IAM, and how a single-pane-of-glass approach can help you be more secure and more efficient.
  • PKI for DevOps Recorded: Dec 23 2019 43 mins
    Tim Callan, Senior Fellow & Jason Soroko, CTO of IoT at Sectigo
    DevOps as a software development and deployment methodology has radically transformed enterprise computing. This approach brings with it new architectures and tools such as containerization, Kubernetes, and multi-cloud.

    In this webinar, you will learn how PKI plays a critical role in DevOps environments and how enterprises can best use certificates to keep their platforms safe.
  • Automating IT Security at the Dawn of Quantum Computing Recorded: Oct 17 2019 49 mins
    Tim Callan, Senior Fellow & Jason Soroko, CTO of IoT at Sectigo
    Quantum computers are coming, and they will render the digital world’s cryptographic underpinnings insecure. It is not a matter of if but only when.

    Though the exact timing of the Quantum Apocalypse cannot be known, new cryptographic alternatives must be found and deployed as soon as possible. In this context, no one knows what to expect, but there’s at least one certainty, crypto-agility will be a key requirement for organisations willing to safeguard private and public trust when new cryptographic models become available.

    One of the best ways to achieve crypto-agility is through automation, and Sectigo offers plenty of options. Join this webinar to learn how to automate all aspects of digital certificate lifecycles, from discovery to deployment and management.
  • IoT Security in 2019: Risks and Cyber Resilience Recorded: Aug 7 2019 48 mins
    Chris Morales (Vectra) | Jason Soroko (Sectigo) | Todd Weber (Optiv) | Rudolph Araujo (Awake Security)
    As the Internet of Things continues to grow, so do the security and privacy risks and vulnerabilities associated with IoT devices on enterprise networks. Organizations worldwide are looking to assess and manage their risk, implement basic cyber hygiene, and improve their security posture. Discover the best strategies for achieving security at every level, including IoT.
    Join this interactive panel with industry experts to learn more about:
    - Impact of IoT on enterprise security
    - How to assess the IoT risk
    - Most common IoT vulnerabilities and how to address them
    - Recommendations for improving IoT security

    Speakers:
    - Chris Morales, Head of Security Analytics, Vectra (Moderator)
    - Jason Soroko, CTO of IoT, Sectigo
    - Todd Weber, Chief Technology Officer, Optiv
    - Rudolph Araujo, VP Marketing, Awake Security
  • Ask the IoT Security Expert: Securing a World of Inter-Connected Devices Recorded: Aug 7 2019 25 mins
    Jason Soroko, CTO of IoT, Sectigo & Diana Kelley, Cybersecurity CTO, Microsoft
    Today's digitally connected businesses require multi-layer defense against rising and more sophisticated web-based threats across websites, devices, infrastructure, and cloud.

    Join this interactive 1-2-1 discussion where IoT security expert, Jason Soroko, will share how to deal with IoT security challenges.

    Join us, live from Las Vegas as we learn about:
    - How identity plays a role in IoT security
    - The role of trust models to enable third party device interoperability
    - If three is a way to secure a digital identity for devices that do not have a hardware
    secure element such as a TPM
    - The latest IoT device security legislations
    - Determining if IoT connected devices in your operations infrastructure are secure
  • Livestream Video - Securing the IoT in the Age of Threats Recorded: Jun 4 2019 43 mins
    Wallace Sann, Forescout | Nigel Stanley, TÜV Rheinland Group | Andrew Hollister, LogRhythm | Jason Soroko, Sectigo
    The ever-growing Internet of Things continues to pose security and privacy threats. How are businesses managing the risks associated with IoT devices on their networks? What are the best strategies for achieving basic security and cyber hygiene?

    Join this interactive panel with IoT and security experts to learn more about:
    - Impact of IoT on enterprise security
    - How to assess the IoT risk
    - Most common IoT vulnerabilities and how to address them
    - Recommendations for improving IoT security

    Panellists
    Jason Soroko, CTO of IoT, Sectigo
    Andrew Hollister, Chief Architect & Product Manager, LogRhythm
    Wallace Sann, VP Global Systems Engineering, Forescout Technologies
    Nigel Stanley, CTO - Global OT & Industrial Cyber Security CoE, TÜV Rheinland Group

    Moderated by Yotam Gutman, Founder & Community Manager, Cybersecurity Marketing Community
  • Ask the IoT Security Expert: How to Protect your Business in the IoT Recorded: Jun 4 2019 16 mins
    Jason Soroko, Sectigo | Yotam Gutman, Cybersecurity Marketing Community
    Today's digitally connected businesses require multi-layer defence against rising and more sophisticated web-based threats across websites, devices, infrastructure, and cloud.

    Join this interactive 1-2-1 discussion where IoT security expert, Jason Soroko, will share how to deal with IoT security challenges.

    - How to determine if IoT connected devices in your operations infrastructure are secure
    - What is the difference between symmetric tokens, PKI based certificates and device identities?
    - What is the role of trust models to enable third-party device interoperability?
    - What are some methods to provision a device with a x509 certificate?
    - How to secure a digital identity for devices that do not have a hardware secure element such as a TPM?

    Moderated by Yotam Gutman, Founder & Community Manager, Cybersecurity Marketing Community
  • The Future of PKI in the Modern Enterprise Recorded: May 14 2019 38 mins
    Tim Callan, Senior Fellow & Jason Soroko, CTO of IoT at Sectigo
    When you hear “Private PKI,” you probably immediately think about securing intranet sites and outsourcing Microsoft CA. These are indeed very common use cases.

    But with enterprises facing increasingly complex IT environments, and an ever-growing number of interconnected devices, the need for encryption has become greater than ever before.

    Did you know that Private PKI allows you to secure and manage devices and applications as diverse as:
    • Web servers
    • Mobile devices
    • IoT devices
    • DevOps
    • Cloud/Multi-Cloud applications

    Join our industry experts Tim Callan and Jason Soroko and discover how Sectigo Private CA allows you to secure and automate the management of your internal devices and applications (regardless of which internal protocols you have in place), and save you costs, time and resources in the long run.
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