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Secure Your Transition to the Cloud Without Losing Business

Securing Your Digital Transformation Journey: Episode 2

Only 27% of organizations migrating to the cloud “completely trust” the security offered by their cloud providers, according to The State of Web Application and API Protection 2020 by Radware. Of those who’ve migrated to public cloud, 47% are using more than one infrastructure provider for hosting their production apps.

Moving to the cloud is all about agility and speed, but this agility and flexibility
frequently come at the expense of security, leaving organizations, customers, and their
data at risk. The worldwide public cloud services market grew from $242.7 billion in 2019 to $257.5 billion in 2020. In November 2020, Gartner predicted that it would increase another 18.4% in 2021 to $304.9 billion. As more and more organizations adopt multi-cloud and hybrid cloud strategies, there’s additional challenges and threat vectors to an
increasingly complex environment. The key to staying secure is to deploy automated defenses which can close-off vulnerabilities without slowing down the business.

Join us for Episode 2 of Securing Your Digital Transformation Journey, as Radware
and guest experts discuss essential insights into the security challenges of moving to
the cloud, and how to address them.

In this webinar you will learn:
- How organizations are leveraging public cloud environments to accelerate their business transformation
- Why public cloud security is different than legacy IT security, and how the shared Responsibility Model impacts security
- What are common threats and vulnerabilities to applications and data hosted on public cloud environments
- What are the tools and procedures organizations should adopt to reduce their vulnerability to data breaches
- And more!

Speakers:
-Ben Field, Regional Director at Radware
-Eyal Arazi, Senior Product Marketing Manager at Radware
-Sarbjeet Johal, Cloud Consultant
-Steven Puddephatt, Technical Sales Architect at GlobalDots
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  • 20th Episode Special: Celebrating the Power of Digital Transformation Jun 22 2021 3:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Alex Hilton, Cloud Industry Forum | Mike Kiersey - Dell Boomi | Rich Froble - Data Intensity | Daniel Cohen - Radware
    It’s hard to believe where the time has gone but Digital Transformation in Action is celebrating its 20th episode! The first episode aired on 9th October 2019, and it would be fair to say a lot’s changed since then.

    We’re using this special episode to celebrate how Digital Transformation has helped businesses survive the pandemic and aided essential services and first responders in supporting communities around the globe during the crisis. We’ll also be taking the time to ask what’s changed in the Digital Transformation landscape since October 2019 and discussing predictions for the next 18 months.

    Join us live to take part, celebrate the power of technology and discuss:

    - How trends around Digital Transformation have changed in the last 18 months
    - What technologies and businesses helped communities overcome the damage of the pandemic
    - What DX roadmaps looked like then and now
    - And more


    Panelists:
    - Mike Kiersey - CTO, Dell Boom EMEA
    - Rich Froble - VP of Product Management at Data Intensity
    - Daniel Cohen - VP, Cloud Services at Radware
  • Protecting Online CX in the Financial Sector: Stay Ahead of the Current Threats Jun 17 2021 8:00 am UTC 60 mins
    Anna Convery-Pelletier, Radware | Monika Liikamaa, Enfuce | Ange Johnson De Wet, Lloyds Banking Group| Yoav Gazelle, Radware
    Securing Your Digital Transformation Journey: Episode 3

    The Financial Service Industry (FSI) has long been lagging in Digital Transformation efforts, but as the events of 2020 forced the industry to go truly digital, it’s proving essential that to stay ahead, the FS industry must establish themselves as star players in the digital era. Investors will judge investment management firms based on their customer interactions, predicts Deloitte in its 2021 investment management report, and today, that means its digital interactions.

    The risks of not doing so are too great - loss of trust, concerns around cyber security and unintuitive CX and lack of an ‘always-on’, personalized service leading to customer churn among them. Despite these risks, it’s not too late for Financial Services organizations to rapidly evolve their processes, operations and customer experiences.

    Join us in this 3rd and final episode of 'Securing Your Digital Transformation Journey', where Radware and guests will be discussing:

    - Why it’s essential FSI organizations develop and offer their customers a service-oriented, available omnichannel experience
    - The need for FSI to offer millennials and Gen-Z the service they want - such as encrypted emails instead of mail, personalization and instant customer service
    - The new cyber threat landscape putting FSI at risk of customer churn
    - How to balance the need for cybersecurity with smooth, intuitive customer experience
    - Best practices for fulfilling SLAs while managing against attacks
    - And more

    Presenters:
    - Anna Convery-Pelletier, Chief Marketing Officer at Radware
    - Monika Liikamaa CEO & Co-Founder at Enfuce
    - Ange Johnson De Wet, Head of Cloud and Technology Change Risk at Lloyds Banking Group
    - Yoav Gazelle, VP International Sales, Radware
  • DC Protection, Network Resilience & Availability Recorded: Jun 8 2021 60 mins
    Gary Halleen (Radware) & Kevin Tigges (Cisco)
    Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks are on the rise, with new variants that borrow from Ransomware attack strategies. When networks and applications are targeted in a DDoS attack, applications become broken or unavailable. Critical infrastructure is unable to operate. Businesses suffer loss of revenue and, often even more importantly, they suffer damage to their reputation. What measures are most effective in protecting our networks and applications from severe outages? What can we do to improve resilience and availability, and successfully shrug off these damaging attacks?

    We’ve all been hearing about the recent attacks on the oil pipeline. Are you best protected by Cisco Secure DDoS and application protections?

    Join our speakers in learning how Cisco Secure DDoS and related products & services protect critical applications and the networks that deliver them.
  • [Replay] Threat Researchers Live, Ep 10: Emotet, FluBot, Ransomware, SLOWPULSE Recorded: May 20 2021 68 mins
    Pascal Geenens & Daniel Smith, Radware
    Here is what you can expect in Episode 10 of Radware Threat Researchers Live:
    . Emotet clean-up, are we rescued ?
    . Flubot, the Smishing Android banking Trojan
    . Ransomware TTPs
    . SLOWPULSE, HARPULSE, SLIGHTPULSE, …
    . CVE-2021-22893: Pulse Secure VPN RCE Vulnerability
    . You've been Rickrolled!
    . Codecov, the DevOps supply-chain attack
  • Secure Your Transition to the Cloud Without Losing Business Recorded: May 20 2021 51 mins
    Ben Field, Eyal Arazi, Sarbjeet Johal, Steven Puddephatt
    Securing Your Digital Transformation Journey: Episode 2

    Only 27% of organizations migrating to the cloud “completely trust” the security offered by their cloud providers, according to The State of Web Application and API Protection 2020 by Radware. Of those who’ve migrated to public cloud, 47% are using more than one infrastructure provider for hosting their production apps.

    Moving to the cloud is all about agility and speed, but this agility and flexibility
    frequently come at the expense of security, leaving organizations, customers, and their
    data at risk. The worldwide public cloud services market grew from $242.7 billion in 2019 to $257.5 billion in 2020. In November 2020, Gartner predicted that it would increase another 18.4% in 2021 to $304.9 billion. As more and more organizations adopt multi-cloud and hybrid cloud strategies, there’s additional challenges and threat vectors to an
    increasingly complex environment. The key to staying secure is to deploy automated defenses which can close-off vulnerabilities without slowing down the business.

    Join us for Episode 2 of Securing Your Digital Transformation Journey, as Radware
    and guest experts discuss essential insights into the security challenges of moving to
    the cloud, and how to address them.

    In this webinar you will learn:
    - How organizations are leveraging public cloud environments to accelerate their business transformation
    - Why public cloud security is different than legacy IT security, and how the shared Responsibility Model impacts security
    - What are common threats and vulnerabilities to applications and data hosted on public cloud environments
    - What are the tools and procedures organizations should adopt to reduce their vulnerability to data breaches
    - And more!

    Speakers:
    -Ben Field, Regional Director at Radware
    -Eyal Arazi, Senior Product Marketing Manager at Radware
    -Sarbjeet Johal, Cloud Consultant
    -Steven Puddephatt, Technical Sales Architect at GlobalDots
  • [Replay] Threat Researchers Live, Ep 9: Booters & Stressers, Honeypots, Olympics Recorded: Apr 29 2021 90 mins
    Pascal Geenens & Daniel Smith, Radware
    This is what we have in store for episode 9:
    - a look into Booter and Stresser services, DDoS-as-a-Service Pricing
    - the upcoming world's largest live stream, the 2021 Tokyo Olympics
    - residential Honeypots, who and what is targeting our home routers and IoT devices?
    - ProxyLogon update, how Microsoft Exchange Servers are getting exploited
  • Cloud-Native DevOps: Speed, Scale, Efficiency Recorded: Apr 19 2021 61 mins
    Helen Beal - Chief Ambassador at DevOps Institute | Gadi Naor - Rapid7 | Raghu Thummisi - Radware
    According to IDC, 80% of application development will occur on cloud platforms using 2021. The benefits of cloud-native applications - including automation, flexibility and faster time to market - can be championed and scaled with a cloud-native DevOps set-up.

    But what is cloud-native DevOps? And how is it different from ‘standard’ DevOps?

    Join us for episode 13 of Day-to-Day DevOps to find out. Host Helen Beal, Chief Ambassador of DevOps Institute, and guests will be discussing:

    - What makes cloud-native DevOps different from other DevOps iterations
    - The business benefits of agile, resilient and observable cloud-native DevOps
    - How the automation and scalability benefits of Kubernertes and containers can supercharge your DevOps teams
    - Cultural changes that cloud-native DevOps requires
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    Guests:
    Venkat Thummisi - Global Cyber security Market Strategist at Radware
    Gadi Naor - VP, Software Engineering, Cloud Security at Rapid7
  • 9 Tips for Application Security in the Microservice Era Recorded: Mar 17 2021 14 mins
    Ben Zilberman, Director, Security Product Marketing
    In this short session we will review security challenges coming with the move to microservices, different approaches and solutions, and 9 tips for complete protection.
  • The CTO Outlook: The Cloud in 2021 & Beyond Recorded: Mar 16 2021 18 mins
    David Aviv, CTO & VP Advanced Solutions
    Radware’s CTO shares his outlook on the future of the Cloud.
    Join us to hear today's trends and tomorrow's challenges with the rise in AI-engineered threats and the evolving Internet-of-Behavior (IoB) landscape.
    If you are moving to the Cloud or already there – this is one talk you shouldn't miss!
  • [Demo] A Cloud Attack Progression Recorded: Mar 15 2021 8 mins
    Nissim Pariente, VP Security Analytics
    Protecting workloads and infrastructure hosted on public cloud environments against cloud native threats requires a holistic approach to protection, which covers all relevant attack vectors.
    Join us in this short demo on how to overcome 3 challenges on the public cloud:
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    2. Excessive permissions, which can be misused
    3. Attack detection & correlation
  • [Panel] Securing a MultiCloud Environment Recorded: Mar 15 2021 60 mins
    Jo Peterson, Ed Featherston, Nissim Pariente, Stan Lowe and Brandon Traffanstedt
    According to the Flexera 2020 State of the Cloud Report, 93 percent of enterprises have a multi-cloud strategy.

    In this session we’ll explore some of the critical challenges that a multi cloud environment can present around security such as access, hypercomplexity and reduced visibility.

    We’ll review options around:
    - Cloud Security Frameworks
    - Multi-Cloud Security Best Practices
    - Specific Tips to Strengthen Cloud Security Configurations
  • Protecting Your Cloud Infrastructure Against Cloud Native Threats Recorded: Mar 15 2021 13 mins
    Gilad Barzilay, Director of Public Cloud Business
    Migrating workloads to the public cloud creates new threat surfaces which can be exploited by attackers and lead to theft of your customers' data. New, automated attack vectors require that you have the defenses to match them and protect your cloud networks.

    Join us for this session to learn about the new, automated attacks threatening organizations' cloud infrastructures, and how to defend against them.

    In this session, you will learn:

    What threats are facing public cloud and hybrid cloud networks
    What are some of the tools and techniques used by hackers to penetrate cloud networks
    What are the key requirements from defenses to combat these attacks and keep your cloud networks safe
  • Securing E-Commerce: Battling Malicious Bots 2021 Recorded: Mar 4 2021 40 mins
    Jeff Curley, Radware I Phil Ray, Telefónica UK I Ben Field, Radware | Nick Hall, Digital IT Consultant
    Securing Your Digital Transformation Journey: Episode 1

    Retail e-commerce revenue in Europe is projected to grow to 510.5 billion US dollars in 2024. The past 6 months have been a continuous battle as COVD-19 accelerated the shift to e-commerce, and with it a rise in cyber attacks. According to Radware's Annual Bad Bot report, malicious bots accounted for 28% of 2019 e-commerce traffic. In 2020 Walmart cited over 20 million bot attempts within the first 30 minutes from one PS5 restock event. Safeguarding the availability and security of e-commerce platforms, networks, and applications is critical to building customer trust. How are these businesses keeping up with today’s cybersecurity risks? What are the best practices for dealing with cyber attacks, especially when it comes to the influx of bot attacks?

    Bot attacks can not only take hours to detect, but are costly to fix: according to Forbes, 1 in 4 companies find that a single malicious bot attack can cost their organization more than $500,000. In Episode 1 of Securing Your Digital Transformation Journey, join cyber security experts for an in-depth discussion on the major bot attacks of 2020, and what they mean for retailers in 2021.

    Topics of discussion will include:
    - What can be learned from an in-depth look at notable bot attacks
    - Revenue and reputational implications of cyber attacks
    - How to defeat bot attacks during the busiest shopping seasons
    - Most common cyber criminal motives, tools, and tactics
    - Countermeasures and best practices
    - How bots can be used for brute-force attacks, web scraping, and more
  • [Replay] Threat Researchers Live, Ep 8: Amplification DDoS, Emotet and more Recorded: Mar 2 2021 85 mins
    Pascal Geenens & Daniel Smith, Radware
    What to expect in Episode 8:
    - DDoS Amplification Vectors
    - Most Attacked Verticals
    - Takedowns and Door Service
    - Software Supply Chain Attacks
    - Olympics
    - Cloud p0wned ; Cloud wiped
    - Internet Shutdowns

    Past episodes: https://discover.radware.com/l/threat-intelligence
  • Protect Your Applications and Secure Your APIs So Your Business Can Thrive Recorded: Feb 22 2021 63 mins
    Michael Osterman, Principle, Osterman Research; Ben Zilberman, Director Security Product Marketing, Radware
    Application development and production has never been more extraordinary and businesses have never been at greater risk. Join Radware to understand how the convergence of new platforms, the adoption of APIs and an increasing loss of visibility and disagreement over security is impacting application protection.

    In this session, you will learn:

    - Just how vulnerable APIs are and what to do about it

    - The differences between security and non-security professionals regarding AD&D practices

    - Why mobile apps are so vulnerable and how to deal with bot traffic

    - How one financial services company is overcoming these challenges
  • DevSecOps: The 2021 Cyber Threat Landscape Recorded: Feb 22 2021 60 mins
    Helen Beal - DevOps Institute | Gemma Allen - Barracuda | Ameet Naik - PerimeterX | Ben Zilberman - Radware
    “COVID-19 created an opportunity to drive innovation and build a DevSecOps culture that emphasizes speed and agility while integrating security seamlessly throughout the software lifecycle”, according to DevProJournal. With the impact of the pandemic felt across all job departments and industries, it’s time we take a closer look at what these opportunities are and how they are influencing the 2021 cyber threat landscape.

    Join us for episode 11 of Day-to-Day DevOps, where host Helen Beal and guests will share what DevSecOps and DevOps teams must know about DevSecOps in 2021. They’ll be discussing:

    - Tips to create more open and communicative DevSecOps teams across the SDLC
    - What threats teams need to be aware of to ensure that applications are protecting data, brands and customers
    - How to effectively plan and embrace discipline by incorporating SAST tools into development processes
    - Why teams must test like attackers, not defenders
    - And more


    Guests:
    - Gemma Allen - Consulting Solutions Architect at Barracuda
    - Ameet Naik - Director of Product Marketing at PerimeterX
    - Ben Zilberman - Director of Product Marketing at Radware
  • [Replay] Threat Researchers Live, Ep.7: DoH, Bitcoin, Ransom DDoS and SolarWinds Recorded: Feb 1 2021 85 mins
    Pascal Geenens
    Topics for his month:
    - DNS-over-HTTPS (DoH): made for privacy, loved by threat actors
    - Bitcoin and its likely impact on the threat landscape
    - Ransom DDoS threat actors circling back to earlier targets, accelerating their attacks while bitcoin is surging
    - CISA on strengthening security for cloud services: how does MFA relate to pass-the-cookie attack and is MFA still fit for purpose?
    - FSB warns of US cyberattacks
    - SolarWinds breach: what we know (think), SUNSPOT and SUNBURST in context
  • [Replay] Threat Researchers Live, Ep 6: 10 Cyber-security Predictions for 2021 Recorded: Jan 29 2021 68 mins
    Pascal Geenens
    Dear friends of Radware Threat Researchers Live,

    2020 is coming to an end and it is the time of the year where we get asked to reflect on what might happen next year. Join Daniel and myself as we share and motivate our top 10 predictions for 2021. Daniel gets his five, I got mine and we both have right to be critical or question each other. It promises to be an interesting debate! Maybe I should precise that views expressed by Daniel and myself during the live streams are our own and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of Radware. We do however promise to be respectful and practice social distancing!
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