What We Know Now: Teleworking Securely During COVID-19
Most of us are now several months into a new telework experience brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. What do we know now that wasn’t clear when government agencies initially shifted to remote work?
We know that the number of cyberattacks has remained predictably steady this year. However, more of these attacks are now successful, resulting in potentially more breaches. Are we pivoting to new best practices in order to stay secure?
Watch the webinar & learn why a zero trust cybersecurity approach to securing your agency’s enterprise endpoints has never been more difficult – or more important.
Specifically, you’ll learn:
The biggest challenges of maintaining zero trust security with a remote workforce.
How governments are relying on guidance from National Institutes of Standards and Technology (NIST) and the Defense Department (DoD) to help secure vulnerabilities.
How agencies can secure their enterprise endpoints while enhancing cyber visibility in the months ahead.
RecordedAug 25 202053 mins
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Keri Atkins; NA PC Services Security BDM; Terry Van Roekel; Director AMS Security Services
Traditional methodologies in securing the PCs have quickly become ineffective as an unintended consequence of the impact to IT resources by recent events. Hear from HP’s Security experts who will discuss how HP can help keep your organization safe by defending against cyberattacks without changing user behavior or increasing your IT Staff's workload.
In this webinar, participants will:
• Discover how you can implement a protection-first approach in your environment
• Learn about HP’s industry-leading isolation, monitoring, and proactive solutions to secure your business
• Determine the right Security solution for your needs
Lenny Isler, Business Development Manager, Data Science, AI and VR Advanced Compute and Solutions, Z by HP
As states and localities face ongoing disruptions from the pandemic and the economic downturn, they’re being tested like never before. One critical way to help handle these new challenges is by employing better data science.
Dan Allen, Vice President, Mazi Arzanpouli, Senior Director, HP Security Services
The Best Defense is a Good Offense: Endpoint Protection Strategies for the Post-COVID World
The way we all work, learn, and play has been forever altered in recent months – and change came faster than we ever imagined. Companies have been forced to shift IT priorities to support an abrupt and unplanned shift to a nearly 100% remote workforce, during which pandemic-related cyberthreats grew over 60% -- further stretching the widening gap of 4 million unfilled cybersecurity professionals across the industry.
In this already strained environment, can your business risk the time it will take for endpoint detection and remediation when faced with a cyberattack? With the average cost of a successful attack pushing $9 million, can you afford to take a chance with traditional antivirus – which over a third of employees typically fail to update – and that can’t detect zero-day threats? Is there time to wait for security patches that can take over three months to deploy?
CISOs that take a protection-first approach to endpoint security can avoid costly breaches all together, and allow IT to stay focused on more strategic initiatives for your business. Join us to get a better understanding of:
• How your business is left exposed by traditional anti-virus and EDR solutions
• Why taking a protection-first approach to endpoint security is the best strategy to keeping employees productive and secure
• Improving the security posture of your organization without impacting employee satisfaction or increasing IT workloads
• Supporting workplace transformation with less risk
• Balancing limited security resources against expanding IT responsibilities
• Effective solutions right-sized for organizations of any level of security maturity, expertise and IT staff size
Please join Lorri Jefferson, HP VP and Head of Software & Services Product Management, as she interviews Michael Calce (aka Mafia Boy) who is now a security expert and former computer hacker from Île Bizard, Quebec who launched a series of highly publicized denial-of-service attacks in February 2000 against large commercial websites, including Yahoo!, Fifa.com, Amazon.com, Dell, Inc., E*TRADE, eBay, and CNN. He will share his personal transformation from black hat to white hat hacker and speak about the growing security threats.
Learn how to counteract attacks, why Michael collaborates with HP as their Security Advisory Board chairman and provides suggestions to IT.
Also, you will learn about proactive measures you can take to reduce security risks such as isolation technology and the importance of analytics with Michelle Gattuso, HP Senior Director of Product Management for DaaS Proactive Security.
While ransomware continues to run rampant across industries, endpoint security has become more important than ever before as cyberthreats continue to increase in frequency and sophistication. Learn why “every PC purchase decision is a security decision” and how HP’s innovative, hardware-based, approach to endpoint protection can strengthen your organization’s security posture by reducing the risk of a successful cyberattack and decrease IT support costs.
Audience Learning Outcomes (2-4 outcomes):
- Understand why endpoint resilience is more than simply bouncing back after an attack
- The importance of a commitment to engineering the most secure and manageable PCs in the industry
- Understand how HP’s Security Council’s layered approach to endpoint security rooted in hardware provides higher levels of protection while reducing IT support costs
Luanne Billingsley; DNP, MBA, APRN, ACNS-BC, CNE, PMP; Michael Castorino; Deborah Chasco, DNP, CCRN, CNS; Jessica L. Kamerer
This webinar features a panel of national nurse leaders and security experts on the critical need to have nurses begin to perceive cybersecurity as an essential extension of their commitment to patient safety.
Cybervigilance is the responsibility of each healthcare provider. In the age of COVID, with new vulnerabilities presented by pandemic-related phishing schemes, ransomware, and the increased prevalence of telehealth, fighting the fallacy that cybersecurity is “owned” by an IT team takes ongoing organizational awareness via training and cultural change.
Dr. Sean Spina, RPH, BSC(PHARM), ACPR, PHARMD, FCSHP
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) estimate that hospitals are responsible for 1.7 million Healthcare Associated Infections (HAI) in the U.S. resulting in 99,000 associated deaths , more annually than those who die from car accidents in the United States. Moreover, in Canada 220,000 patients were affected with HAIs resulting in 12,000 deaths.
Given the exponential growth of Internet of Things (IoT) devices in the hospital environment, it is essential that healthcare professionals are aware of the significance of infectious vectors on wearables and other IoT devices and how they can improve patient safety, without compromising the devices' integrity in the process.
In this critical webinar, Dr. Sean Spina will share his team’s approach to the investigation into the cleaning methods of smartphones and wearables from infectious contamination in a patient care environment (ISWIPE). Daniel Colling from HP will also speak to the challenges for driving policy for infection prevention and control of IT devices and related electromagnetic interference challenges from IoT devices that impact patients and shared patient environments.
Learning points include:
- The importance of formalized, structured evaluations of new technologies in healthcare settings
- The infectious implications and risks of using smartphones and wearable devices in a healthcare setting
- Methods of evaluating multiple vector threats for mitigating contamination and the spread of Healthcare Associated Infections (HAIs)
- Providing safe electronics around sensitive equipment and high-risk patients
Sherban Naum, SVP Corporate Strategy and Technology
Cyber-attacks are up in recent weeks. Most organizations already have governance for remote workers, and now is the time we are all dusting off those plans while rapidly implementing.
Listen in on our virtual presentation where our HP senior cybersecurity experts talk about the current security landscape. We'll also discuss practical considerations to help adapt your endpoint security strategy to properly secure a dynamic workforce of both remote and onsite workers as we move into the new norm.
- Jean Kozub, Vice President and General Manager of US Personal Systems and Services
- Sherban Naum, SVP Corporate Strategy and Technology
- Shankar Balakrishnan, Senior Director Commercial PC Security
- Michael Howard, Head of WW Security & Analytics Practice
- Jürgen Bayer, Senior Security Adviser
Dr. Richard G Baruniak - Victor E. Cameron Chair in Engineering, Rice University Professor
Campuses across the educational landscape have had to move quickly to support distance learning and and are scrambling to continue their research projects from off campus. The technology required to support these initiatives has been largely defined by what was readily available. But as institutions settle into this new reality, it makes sense to take another look at the technologies that can more robustly support virtual education and research as learners and researchers work both on and off campus. Join Grants Office and special guests from Rice University, OpenStax, and HP for a look at how machine learning and cognitive science are delivering better online learning outcomes and how HP's new ZCentral remote workstation technology is enabling learning and research from a distance. Also, Grants Office will share a valuable synopsis of grant programs that are available to fund solutions like these on your campus. If you’re looking to take a more circumspect approach to funding and deploying distance education that advances student learning and research outcomes by leveraging evidence-based technology solutions, you won’t want to miss this!
Colleges, universities and K12 institutions have had to transition to a remote learning and working model, therefore it has become crucial to protect students’, faculty’s, and research department’s PCs and printers.
To help you tackle the special challenge of cyber safety while researching, teaching and learning from home, please join us for a webinar to learn about the best practices for securing your institutional interests and devices while operating in the new norm.
- How K12 and university institutions can protect students’, faculty’s, and research department’s PCs and printers remotely
- Best practices for securing sensitive information and devices while operating in the new norm
- Real examples of security initiatives taken from academic peers
Join HP's speakers for this in-depth security discussion
- Mike Belcher, HP Director EdTech Innovation
- Rick Griencewic, HP Senior Security Advisor
And Our Guest Speaker
- Daniel Mincheff, Chief Information Officer at Northeast Wisconsin Technical College
Tommy Gardner, Chief Technology Officer, HP Federal
Identifying and mitigating attacks from sophisticated malware requires advanced solutions, such as AI-enabled deep learning. Unlike measures that are strictly reactive, deep learning protects systems before malware is written, including emerging threats to the communications and IT supply chains.
During this chat, we will review deep learning and other advanced techniques for supply chain risk management.
You will learn more about:
•Emerging malware threats
•How deep learning counteracts malware
•Ensuring supply-chain security
•The role of government agencies in combating malware mutations
•And much more!
In the wake of the Covid-19 outbreak, universities have quickly shifted their classes online. But opening up research, labs, and ongoing scientific experiments to remote possibilities is a much harder task. In this two-part forum we’ll discuss how institutions are assessing what research fields can best make such a transition, how they plan for research continuity given the uncertainty of the pandemic, and how to make sure faculty have access to critical data sets and computing power when the campus is closed. The first session will explore the immediate challenge of the pivot to conducting research remotely, what tools are being made available to help, and how to maintain security of important data. This second session will look at the near future. As colleges potentially reopen campus, or at least parts of campus, how do labs and research resources factor in? And how do key funding sources, such as the National Science Foundation and other federal programs, help or hurt that planning. Hosted by Francie Diep, The Chronicle’s top writer on university research, the discussion would include top scientific experts and administrators to offer advice on how to navigate the challenging times.
Any major disruption in the way organizations do business is a tremendous opportunity for hackers and information thieves. How do you help your users stay protected and security-minded when their world is being upended? On this episode of On the Air: Remote Edition, we'll discuss the major security considerations you need to be thinking through, and how best to protect your users in the meantime. Here's what we'll discuss:
- New threats and security risks like Zoombombing
- Critical WFH security hygiene lessons for IT pros and end users alike
- The latest built-in security features on HP devices to keep your users safe without them thinking about it
Andrew Hewitt, Analyst, Forrester Loretta Li-Sevilla, Sr. Director, HP
The world we live in has drastically changed over the past few months, including how and where we work. With the acceleration of enabling a remote workforce in challenging times in order to maintain business continuity and productivity, the future of work is no longer a distant future; it is now. According to Forrester's "State Of Remote Work: 2020" report, 48% of decision makers anticipate a permanently high rate of full-time remote employees.
Join two experts in the future of work: Andrew Hewitt (Forrester), and Loretta Li-Sevilla (HP). They will share the four shocks impacting the future of work, where we are now, and the future of work in the new normal.
- Andrew Hewitt, Analyst, Forrester
- Loretta Li-Sevilla, Sr. Director, Office (and Home) of the Future, Business Incubators, and Collaboration Business, Commercial PCs, HP Inc.
Juergen Bayer, Senior Security Advisor and Keatron Evans, Infosec instructor and Managing Partner at KM Cyber Security
With many employees now working outside of protected corporate networks, attackers have shifted their sights to the endpoints, VPN technologies and communication software used by your employees every day to access sensitive data.
HP partnered with InfoSec, a security education provider that focuses on helping IT and security professionals advance their careers with certifications and skills, to bring you new insights around how to help protect yourself, your team, your organization—whatever your security focus is. HP's Senior Security Advisor Juergen Bayer and Infosec’s Managing Partner Keatron Evans presents:
• How cybercriminals target remote employees with methods like phishing and watering hole attacks
• Hardware and software considerations to harden endpoints against attack
• Steps you should be taking now to protect your IT and security infrastructure
Speakers: Juergen Bayer, Senior Security Advisor and Keatron Evans, Infosec instructor and Managing Partner at KM Cyber Security
Rick Griencewic, HP senior security specialist; Brian Fulmer, Spicehead and IT Manager
HP senior security specialist Rick Griencewic, and Spicehead and IT Manager Brian Fulmer as they discuss the growing importance of endpoint security and real-time malware protection – an intro to Deep Learning technology. Plus, a peek at the next generation HP EliteBook x360 1040 G6 business notebook including the latest HP security feature: Sure Sense.
Finding new ways to serve students from hardscrabble backgrounds. Fostering strong ties to local school systems. Working hand-in-glove with local industries to make sure there’s a strong worker pipeline.
Community colleges and technical colleges have long been a source for innovation in higher education. But the outbreak has hit these institutions particularly hard. How do they continue to fulfill their vital mission with fewer dollars and possibly fewer students? How are they transforming themselves to meet the needs of a society upended by this public health crisis? What lessons for serving low-income students and local communities can four-year institutions learn from?
This virtual forum, hosted by Goldie Blumenstyk, will examine these questions by talking with community college and technical college leaders about the innovations they are using to solve today’s issues and plan for the uncertain future.
- Marcia Ballinger, President, Lorain County Community College
- Thuy Thi Nguyen, President, Foothill College
- Michael A. Baston, President, Rockland Community College
Rick Griencewic,HP Senior Security specialist; Tory Dombrowski, Spicehead and Takeform IT Director
HP security specialist Rick Griencewic, and an IT Pro from the Spiceworks' Community discuss some of the biggest changes in regulations, legislation and standards in 2019 and how they may impact business security practices in the new year. Plus, a peek at the new HP Elite Dragonfly business notebook and more on the latest HP security features.
Brad Winston, HP Senior Security Specialist; Glenn Pitchford, Spicehead and PermiaCare IT Director
HP Senior Security specialist Brad Winston, along with Spicehead and PermiaCare IT Director Glenn Pitchford, discuss ways to mitigate users and prevent security attacks at the endpoint level. Attendees learned about HP security features, new predictions about data breaches/ransomware attacks, and much more.