ThreatTrack and Splunk: From Threat Detection to Attack Disruption
You're invited to join us on Thursday, Nov. 19, to be among the first to see how ThreatSecure Network, which detects advanced threats and network anomalous behavior, is integrating with Splunk to make powerful big data capabilities a reality for your security team.
The webinar will demonstrate how this integration will enable teams to:
· Decrease the time of incident detection and reporting
· Analyze data and make informed decisions on threat severity via a single interface
· Demonstrate and determine the impact of malware across the network
RecordedNov 19 201521 mins
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Alex Holden, Founder and CISO of Hold Security, LLC
Political elections shape our society for the years to come. While the foreign hackers are no longer watching our politics out of interest, they are electronically directly interfering with our politics. The Sony Pictures breach was more of a political statement, than a data loss event. With US elections around the corner, we are more of a cyber breach target than ever. Wikileaks is releasing documents, Russian hackers allegedly breaching DNC, and there is more to come. We will examine the current trends, look at the history of the worst manifestations of hackers influencing politics. Then we will draw conclusions on how the politics are changing under a threat of a constant privacy breach.
The US election and its voting infrastructure are under attack. The result is ugly and shows the extent to which we need to plan for and protect against the influence of cyber-related attacks on US elections in future. In this brief discussion, Simon Crosby, CTO of Bromium will review the underpinnings of Democracy, and how we might defend it when it is in everyone’s interest to subvert it.
JP Vergne (Scotiabank Lab, Ivey B-School), Nik Walser (EY), Mario Maawad (CaixaBank), Lawrence Chin (Palo Alto Networks)
As holders of valuable client and financial data, banks have been prime targets for hackers and thieves. Entire payment systems can be compromised in the blink of an eye and clients also risk having their identities stolen.
Join this panel session where our experts will discuss:
-Best practices for preventing cyberattacks at every stage
-Top mistakes banks and financial institutions make when dealing with valuable data
-What makes you a target?
-Using real-time analytics to identify anomalies and act on them immediately
-Malware, threat prevention, next-generation security — what are they, what do you need to know?
Moderated by Rebecca Herold, The Privacy Professor; Jacqueline Cooney, BAH, Daniel Catteddu, CSA, Chris Griffith from HPE
After multiple newsworthy data breaches in recent times, IT security and privacy governance has gained importance across the globe. Most organizations have established security and compliance policies and procedures to protect their intellectual property and corporate assets, especially in the IT space. As companies transition their applications and data to the cloud, it is critical for them to maintain, or preferably surpass, the level of security they had in their traditional IT environment. Leaders are also responsible for defining policies to address privacy concerns and raise awareness of data protection within their organization, and for ensuring that their cloud providers adhere to the defined privacy policies. Failure to ensure IT Security when using cloud services could ultimately result in higher costs and potential loss of business, thus eliminating any of the potential benefits of the cloud.
While security and privacy are related, they are also distinct. IT security is primarily concerned with defending against attacks, not all of which are aimed at stealing data, while privacy is specifically related to personal data held by an organization, which may be endangered by negligence or software bugs, not necessarily by malevolent persons. On this webinar our panel of experts will address some of the key distinctions, and discuss some best practices for managing IT security and implementing privacy governance for the cloud.
John Bambenek, Manager, Threat Systems at Fidelis Cybersecurity
Earlier this year, it appeared Russian state sponsored actors had not only hacked the Democratic National Convention and Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, they were using the purloined information for a propaganda operation insider the United States to attempt to influence the election. Now that the United States has made it clear there will be retaliation for this, we may have crossed over to open cyberwar. This talk will talk about the lead up to where we are today, what the likely outcomes of two developed nations attacking each other will be and what it means for consumers and enterprises who still most operate globally.
Paul Kurtz, Co-Founder & CEO of TruSTAR Technology
We need a different type of intelligence exchange in this day and age - an exchange that is designed for timely and actionable insights. TruSTAR finds that there are 2 core pillars that enable this: Protecting Against Unwanted Exposure + Immediate RoI to Incentivize Early Use.
We will be covering the 1st pillar in this webinar. The focus on privacy and the protection of unwanted market and reputational risk is a key ingredient to enabling a powerful and active exchange.
Join TruSTAR's CEO Paul Kurtz and learn about the value of Redaction and Anonymity when thinking about a successful and active incident exchange.
Keith Moulsdale, Partner with Whiteford Taylor Preston LLP, Tim Vogel: CEO & CISO, Xtium; Kevin Lancaster, CEO, ID Agent
Join us for this timely discussion with privacy and data security experts. With ever looming environmental threats such as of ransomware, data theft, denial-of- service attacks, every organization and every industry must be focused on IT security. However, there is a delicate balance and frequent conflicts between the idea of information privacy and security.
How much individual privacy can be expected in an inter-connected world? How much should be sacrificed for the sake of maximizing corporate security? And where (if anywhere) can the lines between personal and corporate be drawn? How do these issue impact policies, training and security surrounding even the most simple of business communication tools: email.
This presentation will provide an overview of the privacy vs. security challenges and explore specifically how these issues are impacting the issue of user email credentials and email vulnerabilities. This is especially critical given that emails are the number one contributor to data breaches. In fact, 63% of breaches in the US last year were the result of a compromised email credential.
We will then a) discuss common misperceptions and security holes that can lead to ransomware and other malware vulnerabilities, b) compare the various alternatives for proactively addressing these vulnerabilities, and c) discuss strategies for preventing and responding to cyberattacks.
Michael Lester, Chairman & Co-founder of SecretValet LLC
Germany and France have “Declared War” on encryption in the name of national security and fighting terrorism at the same time that Apple and Microsoft have increased their encryption to ensure privacy. The twin concepts of Privacy and Security seem to be at odds with each other with governments primarily pushing for less personal privacy to provide greater national security while private corporations are pushing for more personal privacy claiming that personal privacy has little to no effect on national security or the fight against terrorism. How can both be right/wrong? How is it trending? Join us for a look at where we are now, how we got here, why most people are asking the wrong questions, and how the outcome of this battle will affect individuals, corporations, and countries alike.
While their cyber tactics may be continuously changing, bad actors can’t avoid interacting with core components of the internet. These interactions leave a trail that when connected through rigorous threat infrastructure analysis, can reveal the full scale of an attack and provide the information needed to determine the best response. The key to this analysis is access to a variety of global datasets and the ability to correlate and pivot between them in your investigation.
In this two part series we will look at a range of global datasets and how each can be used to shed additional light on your adversary’s infrastructure. This session will focus on Passive DNS, Whois and Malware data. We will also demonstrate how security analysts can use the free community version of RiskIQ’s PassiveTotal to gain access to and pivot across these global datasets.
2016 is turning out to be a landmark year in terms of Ransomware and there’s no sign of these threats slowing down any time soon. Ransomware is not new, it is just getting more sophisticated and is inflicting major damage to companies, organisations and individuals, shaping up to be a frighteningly lucrative year for cybercriminals, where any person with a computer can be exploited and used as a revenue source with the potential for vast profits.
Learn how Cylance have revolutionized the industry by utilizing data science and security experts to provide a next-generation cybersecurity technology that proactively prevents, rather than detects the execution of advanced persistent threats and malware in real time before they ever cause harm.
John Wunderlich, Information Privacy & Security Expert, John Wunderlich & Associates
Protecting customer privacy is usually closely aligned with security. However, when faced with national security threats, where do companies draw the line? In the example of social media companies that are trying to limit the reach of extremist videos and suspending extremist accounts, a problem can arise when such a system is used by an authoritarian regime to take down or identify individuals opposing it. The same tools, but used in a different context, become something other than what was intended. Join this talk as John Wunderlich, an information privacy and security expert, discusses why incorporating privacy into the design of such tools is key to protecting them from abuse by authoritarian regimes.
George Vroustouris, Founder of Undo Identity Theft
We have traded off our privacy rights for security, and our security processes for convenience. This is compromising the culture of high reliability in the American workplace. By de-engineering our need for ‘convenience’ back to our requirement for ‘security’ and ultimately back to our ‘privacy rights’ we can assess and define the steps required to develop a new methodology in the virtual world, addressing our perception of Privacy vs Security, and the need for both.
George Vroustouris, Founder of Undo Identity Theft has spent more than 6 years researching and studying the risks and impact surrounding personal identifiable information (PII) theft, the sensitive personal data used to commit identity fraud. Join this presentation and learn about the privacy and security risks as our lives are becoming increasingly digitized.
Bob Carver, Dr. Ann Cavoukian, Scott Schober, and Dan Lohrmann
Why is Privacy Important? Why is Security Important? Can We have Both?
Some of the topics covered in this panel discussion include:
• Personal responsibility
• The roll of government
• Online Advertising/Tracking
• Law Enforcement
• Location-based tracking
• Bob Carver, Cybersecurity Guru at Verizon Wireless
• Dr. Ann Cavoukian, International Privacy Expert, Professor - Ryerson University - Toronto
• Scott Schober, Cybersecurity Expert and Author of "Hacked Again"
• Dan Lohrmann, Chief Strategist & Chief Security Officer at Security Mentor, Inc.
Greg Maudsley, Senior Director Product Marketing, Menlo Security
Phishing is serious business. It is the most common targeted method of cyber attacks, and the main perpetrators for phishing attacks are organized crime syndicates and state-affiliated actors.* Despite multiple security defense layers and many hours and dollars spent on end-user training, phishing continues to create headaches for security administrators.
Join this webinar to learn:
· New phishing prevention techniques
· How to stop ransomware, malware and drive-by-exploits enabled by email phishing
· Updated security research findings
· Real-life case studies for using isolation techniques to prevent phishing attacks
Greg Maudsley has over 15 years of IT security experience and is responsible for strategy development and threat isolation innovations at Menlo Security. Previously, Maudsley was a product marketing leader for F5 and Juniper Networks' Junos Pulse Business Unit. His responsibilities spanned the security spectrum, including application security, anti-fraud, cloud security, DDoS prevention, DNS sec, secure access, NAC, mobile security, application delivery and WAN Optimization. Maudsley holds an MBA from Santa Clara University Leavey School of Business, and a B.S. in Physics from the University of Redlands.
Jason Haddix, Head of Trust and Security at Bugcrowd
The unprecedented growth and adoption of connected devices has created innumerable new threats for organizations, manufacturers and consumers, while at the same time creating unprecedented opportunities for hackers.
In this webcast, join well known hacker and bug hunting advocate Jason Haddix, as he analyzes the evolution of IoT security and the mistakes and developments that have led us to where we are today. With experience working to attack and defend IoT applications, Haddix will explore what it takes to effectively hack connected devices, and how the role of defenders has evolved in this space.
Jenny Radcliffe, Head Trainer, Jenny Radcliffe Training
The human side of security is beginning to be acknowledged as at least as important as the technical side in terms of awareness and training programs for most organisations.
In this webinar, Social Engineer and Trainer Jenny Radcliffe shares some advice as to what happens beyond acknowledging the threat, what, if anything, can an organisation do to turn Social Engineering to its advantage? Is there really a "magic bullet" that can engage staff, change security culture and contribute to a more secure organisation?
Sunil Choudrie, Global Solutions Marketing Mngr - Symantec & Robert Arandjelovic, Security Strategy Director EMEA - Bluecoat
The cloud allows open sharing of data, allowing people to access information at home, in the office or on the move. This openness has come at a price, putting security and data privacy at risk.
Research shows that on average, organisations are aware of less than 10% of all cloud applications used by their staff, providing a massive blind spot. If you don’t know where your sensitive data is, how do you secure it? In this 45 minute webinar we will outline the Symantec three-part framework for managing the Information Protection lifecycle and show how this applies to securing the cloud. The webinar will address:
· The opportunities and risks of moving data to the cloud
· Security and privacy implications
· The Symantec three-part framework
o How to ensure only trusted users and devices can access data
o How to classify and discover sensitive data, and gain full visibility into the cloud
o How to protect data through the application of encryption technology
· Future direction and recommendations
So if you are struggling with the dilemma of providing open access to sensitive data, register for this webinar today.
Caroline Wong, VP of Security Strategy at Cobalt.io
We all know that high quality software is good for business, and poor quality software is bad for business. Security and privacy teams work hard to ensure that good quality software protects sensitive data and keeps it private.
Testing is a key component to creating and maintaining high quality software. Security and privacy professionals must balance critical factors like cost, access to the right skills, and coverage across a software portfolio when crafting a testing strategy for their organization.
Join Caroline Wong, Vice President of Security Strategy at Cobalt.io, for an in-depth conversation about the benefits and risks involved in various testing techniques, from using security scanners to working with consulting firms to leveraging the power of the crowd.
Tamara Dull, Director of Emerging Technologies for SAS Best Practices
The jury is still out on whether Edward Snowden was a hero, traitor, or schmuck. Regardless of the scarlet letter we want to hang around his neck, we should thank him for helping bring the discussion of big data privacy and security to the public square. It’s not just for the privacy freaks and security geeks in the back room anymore. In this session, we’ll take a look at these issues in context of the six-stage (big) data lifecycle: create, store, use, share, archive, and destroy. We each have a role to play in this privacy/security theater. What’s yours going to be?
Recent controversies such as Apple vs FBI have highlighted that often strong security is a prerequisite for privacy, and that upholding privacy can ensure stronger security is built into software. As consumers become more aware of privacy issues, can the argument still be made that security must be sacrificed in place of privacy? How do new technologies confirm or deny this notion?
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This channel features presentations by leading experts in the field of information security. From application, computer, network and Internet security to access control management, data privacy and other hot topics, you will walk away with practical advice for your strategic and tactical information security initiatives.