Dusan Vignjevic and Rajanikanta Dash of NCR Corporation
Advancing your security maturity level requires building a proactive security program that relies on automation and integrates threat intelligence across your IT environment. ServiceNow® Security Operations makes this all possible.
In this webinar, NCR Corporation will join us to discuss how it deployed effective security integration by using Recorded Future data, threat intelligence, research, and analysis to support real-time data enrichment against vulnerabilities. Join us and get insights on how NCR:
-Increased its security response time and boosted efficiency
-Deployed remediation prioritization based on business impact
-Reduced daily firefighting for greater focus on future improvements
Karl Klaessig, director of product marketing, security operations solutions, ServiceNow
COVID-19 has already profoundly changed the way many of us work in security operations—including the necessary acceptance of BYOD (Bring Your Own Device). These devices make a tempting target for cybercriminals, and organizations are scrambling to beef up their perimeters.
Join us to learn the various solutions CIOs and CISOs are adopting to help address securing their remote workforces during these unprecedented times. You’ll get insights on:
-Mitigating enterprise security risks from BYOD
-Securing your remote workforce via automation
-Ensuring resilience for your critical business operations
Christopher Killion, Sr. Solution Consulting Manager, ServiceNow
Major data breaches are headline news. When patient data is exposed to hackers, the public outcry can be immense. And it’s happening more and more frequently. According to newly released survey results commissioned by ServiceNow with the Ponemon Institute, more than half of the healthcare organizations had suffered a data breach in the last 2 years. Of these, the majority said that they had been breached because of a vulnerability—for which a patch was already available. This highlights an overwhelming need for more effective vulnerability response, closing down these attack vectors before hackers strike.
Join this session to learn about:
-Healthcare cybersecurity challenges
-The state of vulnerability response and the impact on healthcare organizations
-A pragmatic roadmap to reduce the risk of a breach
Tom Steele, Zach Lanier, Michael Robbins, and Tim Boswell
Moving to a more distributed workforce changes the risk profile for a company, opens up new attack vectors, and places new burdens on those trying to defend the enterprise. A distributed workforce also changes day to day business interactions at both technical and operational levels.
In this webcast, Tom Steele, Zach Lanier, and Michael Robbins discuss these risks from both attacker and defender perspectives, and how their tools, techniques, and controls have evolved with the changing workforce landscape.
Karl Klaessig, director of product marketing, Security Operations at ServiceNow
Today’s top cybercriminals are intelligent, well-funded, and tenacious—demanding faster responses with comprehensive visibility across your environment. Security operations teams forced to deal with complex, inefficient processes only impedes response times.
For more effective security, organizations must shift away from this reactive paradigm—automating and accelerating workflows between their security and IT teams.
Join our webinar for insights on how your organization can dramatically reduce incident response time and better scale your security teams—delivering accurate incident reporting and tracking.
Jon Oltsik, senior principal analyst and fellow at the Enterprise Strategy Group
To get a pulse on what challenges cybersecurity professionals face today, ESG reached out to enterprise organizations for their insights and opinions. Of those, 63% surveyed believe that the area of security operations is more difficult today than two years ago.
Why is this and what actions are organizations taking as countermeasures?
Join our webinar in which Jon Oltsik, senior principal analyst and fellow at the Enterprise Strategy Group, will present research examining:
-The internal and external challenges increasing security operations complexity
-How CISOs are addressing security operations with process automation
-Future strategies for continuous improvement of security operations
Mike Plavin, senior technical product marketing manager for ServiceNow Security Operations
Vulnerabilities don’t often get the same amount of notice as phishing attacks or advanced persistent threats, but when a critical vulnerability is exploited, your organization could suffer major damage to your business and reputation.
Join our webinar on improving your vulnerability response. Mike Plavin, senior technical product marketing manager, will share real-world examples of how our customers have used the capabilities of the Now Platform® to address their biggest vulnerability concerns. You’ll walk away with greater insights on:
-The power and value of risk-based vulnerability response
-How our customers use automated vulnerability response to reduce triage times
-The powerful reporting our customers use to drive efficiency
-How the ServiceNow® Vulnerability Response flow works
Tackle cyber risk with streamlined security and vulnerability response
ServiceNow enables security incident and vulnerability prioritization and a response engine built on the Now Platform. Purpose-built to enable security and IT teams to respond faster and more efficiently to incidents and vulnerabilities, ServiceNow leverages intelligent workflows, automation, and a deep connection with IT to streamline security and vulnerability response. You can dramatically scale your teams’ capacity and accelerate incident and vulnerability response with Security Operation’s automated workflows and collaborative data platform, enabling you to stay ahead of today’s persistent threats and vulnerabilities.