Join security expert Kalani Enos for an interactive Q&A webinar on the latest trends in IoT security. Discover how effective IoT threat modeling and data privacy affects your organization.
Viewers will learn more about:
- Current IoT challenges
- How businesses are and are not recognizing security and IoT
- How IoT Threat Modeling is imperative for businesses who utilize, or plan to utilize IoT products and services within their organization
- Data Flow Diagrams and specific use cases where IoT Security is necessary
- IoT Security requirements from a regulatory / data privacy perspective
RecordedJun 12 201859 mins
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Johna Till Johnson, CEO & Founder, Nemertes Research
Everybody knows IoT is the wave of the future. But what are successful organizations doing differently when it comes to their IoT initiatives? Are they saving more? Generating new revenue and lines of business? Or increasing operational efficiency and other metrics?
This webinar unveils the secrets of top-performing companies when it comes to IoT initiatives. You'll learn how they plan for, design, secure, and operate their IoT initiatives--and how they track the benefits.
Discover the cyber security attack trends that will shape your security planning and budgets for 2019. Discover what's new on the threat horizon, how businesses are coping and the key areas for improvement. Learn about the latest technologies enabling stronger and more resilient enterprises.
Join this keynote panel of security experts and industry veterans as they discuss:
- New on the threatscape
- Cyber attack trends seen in 2018
- Addressing your cyber risk
- How to prepare for 2019
- Security strategy and making the most of your security dollars
- New leaps in technology
- Best practices and recommendations
- Sushila Nair Sr. Director Security Portfolio, NTT DATA Services
- Panelists TBA
Jan Liband (SlashNext) | John Bambenek (ThreatSTOP) | JP Bourget (Syncurity)
This webinar is part of the 2019 Trends and Predictions series on BrightTALK.
Join top security leaders for an interactive discussion on how to better secure the enterprise in 2019:
- Top threats on the horizon and what's at risk
- Cyber defenses and your employees
- Basic cyber safety recommendations to protect against social engineering, phishing and email cyber attacks
- Use cases and examples
- Actions to take today to protect your employees and enterprise from cyber criminals
- What to expect in 2019
- John Bambenek, VP Security Research & Intelligence, ThreatSTOP
- JP Bourget, Founder & Chief Security Officer, Syncurity
- Jan Liband, CMO, SlashNext
Companies are increasingly moving to an architecture based on microservices and containers, as part of an overall move to DevOps, Agile, and cloud-first development.
But are they taking the right steps to secure those containers?
This Webinar provides a feature-functionality comparison of the leading providers of container security, and provides guidance for enterprise developers in launching their container security initiatives.
Most cyber professionals spend much of their time, effort and budget on protecting their corporate networks from an attack or breach. However, the reality is that most corporate data these days no longer lives only inside the perimeter of the network.
Every business now uses the cloud to store and process data. Every business also shares data with its supply chain. Employees store data on their laptops and mobile devices and set up complex, unmanaged shadow IT networks of cloud apps and microservices. They email data within and outside the organisation, sometimes to the wrong recipient in error. The number one cause of data breach by far is our employees and human error, not failures of cybersecurity. Defending our network is no longer enough, so how can we defend our data?
It all starts by reframing how we think about cybersecurity. This webinar explains why you need to beyond your networks to protect the thing that matters most — your data.
Jeremy Hendy, CEO, RepKnight
Jeremy is the chief executive officer at RepKnight. Jeremy has 30 years’ experience in high technology industries, working at companies like Texas Instruments, Symbionics and Cadence. Prior to joining RepKnight in 2016, he was VP of sales and marketing at Cambridge-based Nujira. He holds a degree in electronic engineering from the University of Liverpool.
Hacking is a lucrative business. Like any other line of work, there are business drivers that lead to natural surges in activity. Just as retailers rely on holiday shopping season to remain in the black, malicious actors are spending time right now gearing up for Breach Season. Pondurance research shows a massive uptick in intrusions during the months of February-April, in some cases, 80-90%. This means now is the time that hackers are busy doing reconnaissance and infiltrating networks.
Pondurance Founder Ron Pelletier will discuss:
· Breach Season basics: who is affected and what to expect
· The main drivers causing the intrusions and breaches?
· Pre-season tactics and strategies to prepare
· What companies can do to reduce the likelihood of occurrence
· Review of last year’s top threats and predictions for 2019
Ron Pelletier, Founder, Pondurance
With more than 17 years of information security and business continuity experience, Pondurance Founder Ron Pelletier brings seasoned expertise in all areas of risk advisory, incident response and forensic investigations. His training as a U.S. Army commissioned officer equipped him with problem-solving and risk analysis capabilities well-suited for the tech world. His vast experience in enterprise risk and security includes a wide range of industries and organizations ranging from Fortune 500 to small, non-profit groups.
Ron is certified in multiple disciplines relating to information and asset protection including Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Certified Information Systems Security Manager (CISM), Certified Business Continuity Professional (CBCP), Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA), Certified Computer Forensics Examiner (CCFE), and Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH).
Victoria McIntosh, Information and Privacy Professional, MLIS,CIPT, Information in Bloom Management Services
Planning on doing business overseas? Establishing a new office in a foreign land, or selling online to consumers in a new country? When going over company requirements for working in your new neighbourhood, don’t forget to review corporate privacy practices.
When it comes to privacy, expectations, safeguard minimums and rights of the data subject can vary between jurisdictions. From Canada and the United States, the European Union with its new GDPR, Japan, Australia, even between China and Hong Kong, there’s no single set of global standards. Fortunately however, many privacy legislations do contain common ground. There are also ways to proactively account for the differences.
Information and Privacy Professional Victoria McIntosh presents a taste of privacy across the globe, with some of the ways businesses can prepare in dealing with data across borders.
Organisations in 2019 will be increasingly faced with a hyperconnected world where the pace and scale of change – particularly in terms of technology – will accelerate substantially. Business leaders need to develop cutting-edge ways to deal with new regulation, advanced technology and distorted information.
In this webinar, Steve Durbin, Managing Director, ISF will discuss the threats organisations will be facing in 2019 and how business leaders and their security teams can address them. The emerging cyber threats to lookout for include:
-The increased sophistication of cybercrime and ransomware
-The impact of legislation
-The myth of supply chain assurance
-Smart devices challenge Data integrity
About the presenter
Steve Durbin is Managing Director of the Information Security Forum (ISF). His main areas of specialism include strategy, information technology, cybersecurity and the emerging security threat landscape across both the corporate and personal environments.
Ondrej Krehel, CEO/Founder CISSP, CEH, CEI, EnCE LIFARS LLC
Current forensic evidence is indicating that Ransomware, Extortion, and Phishing Attacks are the top attack vectors penetrating companies today. Although not as wide-spread, intellectual property theft and disgruntled employees is causing significant loss for many organizations as well. Given the scarcity of talent and resources, learn tips and actionable insights from the forensic lab on what you can do to protect your organization from these most prevalent threats.
Panelists: Nick Hayes, Forrester; Idan Shoham, Hitachi-ID; Jason Bonds, Ping Identity; Perry Carpenter, KnowBe4
Today’s organizations face a cybersecurity landscape more difficult to navigate than ever before. When it comes to data breaches, the risk for organizations is high, from the easily calculable costs of notification and business loss to the less tangible effects on a company's brand and customer loyalty. With large-scale data breaches continuing to make the headlines in 2018, organizations must be proactive, not reactive, in the face of looming cyber threats. Proactive threat intelligence can enable organizations to prevent breaches or compromises before they occur.
On this webinar our panel of experts will discuss some critical actions organisations can consider to prevent a data breach, and attendees will learn:
- Strategies you can implement now to help you protect against a breach.
- Best practices for gathering the intelligence to predict and prevent attacks.
- How to use threat intelligence to improve your organization’s security posture and reduce the risk of an attack.
- Steps to fortify your last line of defense.
Digital identity authentication can be challenging to do effectively. Join us to learn about the evolution of biometrics technologies, from those that determine who you ARE in the digital realm, to behavioral biometrics that determine your identity based upon what you DO and how you do it. Ehab Samy, Vice President of Product Management for Plurilock, will map which digital identity management mechanisms are best suited for particular environments including law enforcement, airport security, health care, and the workplace.
Raef Meeuwisse (Author, Cybersecurity for Beginners), Anthony Lee (DMH Stallard) & Ed Moyle (Prelude Institute)
In this session we will look at where the line is drawn between data privacy and cybersecurity.
- What are the primary cybersecurity responsibilities that support effective data privacy and what falls outside of the cyber remit?
-When does a suspected breach become notifiable under regulations such as the European GDPR?
- What are the key tips for managing data breaches?
This session will feature a range of security and privacy experts, interactive audience voting and questions from the audience will be encouraged.
This webinar will explain the background of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation Cross-Border Privacy Rules ("APEC CBPR") framework, who is participating, and how it works, as well as how it hopes to improve privacy protections while facilitating cross-border data flows.
Join this webinar to learn about the recent and possible future developments with cross-border trade and privacy in Asia, such as the Comprehensive Progressive Trans-Pacific Partnership ("CPTPP") and Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership ("RCEP") free trade agreements, both of which have e-commerce provisions addressing cross-border data. It will also talk about what companies should do if they want to participate in and benefit from this framework.
Louise Thorpe, Chief Privacy Officer, American Express
Forrester found that only 11 percent of companies are able to deliver a customer experience (CX) that sets them apart from their competition. Without a CX that elevates the brand, companies are at risk of being left behind while customers choose to spend their purchase dollars or business investments elsewhere.
There are four key ways to ensure that your CX is flawless and your market share keeps growing. It starts from the inside out, with a unified vision of CX; a strategy to solve problems fast while offering self-help; continuous, ongoing iteration and improvement of best practices, and a consistent, personalized experience in every way.
To learn more about why CX has to be the core of your company and how to launch the strategy that ensures your company maintains competitive advantage, don’t miss this VB Live event!
Register here for free.
Webinar attendees will learn:
* How to build trust with increasingly savvy consumers
* Why brand reputation is your most important calling card -- and how to protect it
* The key qualities customers look for in a trusted brand
* The secrets of the modern customer-focused organization
* Louise Thorpe, Chief Privacy Officer, American Express
* Andrew Leede, Product Owner, Blinker
* Ting Ting Luo, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Docusign
* Stewart Rogers, Analyst-at-Large, VentureBeat
* Rachael Brownell, Moderator, VentureBeat
Sushila Nair (NTT DATA Services) | Derek Hanson (Yubico) | Ian Spanswick & Rebekah Moody(ThreatMetrix Inc LexisNexis Risk Co)
Cyber attackers are becoming more sophisticated and data breaches are on the rise. According to a recent report, over 4.6 billion records were breached in the first half of 2018, showing a 133% increase compared to last year.
With sensitive, personal and confidential data being at risk of ending up in the hands of cyber criminals, enterprises of all sizes are looking to strengthen their security in 2019.
Join this exclusive keynote panel of industry experts as they discuss:
- Trends in cyber attacks and breaches
- Who is at risk
- How to prevent breaches, data theft and future cyber crime
- Advances in authentication
- New in identity and access management
- Security awareness and training
- Best practices for securing the enterprise
- Sushila Nair, Sr. Director Security Portfolio, NTT DATA Services
- Derek Hanson, Sr. Director Solutions Architecture & Standards, Yubico
-Rebekah Moody, Fraud & Identity Director, ThreatMetrix
-Ian Spanswick, VP Professional Services EMEA,ThreatMetrix
Join security experts from Columbus Collaboratory to learn how to elevate your network’s cybersecurity defenses by identifying and remediating the most critical vulnerabilities. We will discuss best practices for vulnerability scanning, managing the seemingly overwhelming volume of scan data, data visualization techniques, and how combining vulnerability data, threat data and asset classification is critical to prioritizing your remediation efforts when resources are scarce and time is of the essence.
Risk management in banks has gone through a silent revolution. Banks had to solve the problems and questions asked post-crisis and then rationalize and move to more enterprise wide models. Today, a three pronged revolution of regulation, technology and new sources of risk mean banks must re-imagine risk and compliance. With platformification, increases in computing power and cloud come the opportunities to deliver more agile processes, more real-time insights and more accurate predictions. But data quality remains king. What are CIOs top considerations when deploying more open api driven risk platforms? Can risk management securely live in the cloud? How can banks move the needle by collaborating with the fintech ecosystem?
Rupert Nicolay, Worldwide Services Architect, Microsoft
Zannettos Zannettou, Principal Technology Consultant, Finastra
** Warning - This webinar is only for informational purposes. We do not condone or encourage any malicious activity. The knowledge you gain from this webinar should be used to protect your own infrastructure and web applications. **
PCI-DSS needs no introduction. The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard applies to any organisation accepting credit card details in some way or the other. This webinar is going to share some of the latest techniques cyber criminals are using to break web applications.
Join us to learn how they are doing this and what you should do to protect your organisation and compliance status.
Dan Lohrmann (Security Mentor) | Chris Morales (Vectra) | Dave Klein (GuardiCore)
This webinar is part of BrightTALK's coverage of the 15th National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM).
Join CISOs and other security leaders for an interactive discussion on how to better secure our critical infrastructure:
- Top threats on the horizon and what's at risk
- Key vulnerabilities & how advancements in technology have changed the game
- Threat intelligence & what needs to be improved now
- What government agencies can learn from the private sector about cybersecurity
- Recommendations for protecting critical infrastructure from attacks and subversion by online adversaries
- What to expect in 2019
- Dan Lohrmann, Chief Strategist & Chief Security Officer (CSO), Security Mentor
- Chris Morales, Head of Security Analytics, Vectra Networks
- Dave Klein, Sr. Director, Engineering & Architecture, GuardiCore
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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.