File sharing is the single most common activity on corporate networks and between companies, and email is still the most-used channel for file sharing. It’s easy, it’s ubiquitous, and it gets the information to its destination with a single click. So what’s the problem with sharing files via email?
Register today to hear Michael Osterman, President of Osterman Research, and Peter Brown, Director of Product Marketing, Intralinks, review:
•The drawbacks and costs of relying on email for file sharing
•The problems organizations face when employees turn to consumer-grade file sharing tools as a solution
•The steps that organizations should consider for enterprise collaboration
All registrants will receive a complimentary copy of the Osterman Research report “The Critical Need for Enterprise-Grade File Sync and Share Solutions,” including data from an in-depth survey on file sharing practices.
RecordedSep 24 201540 mins
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Oliver Pinson-Roxburgh, EMEA Director of Solutions Architecture
Do you know if your workloads are secure? Do you have the same security and compliance coverage across all of the cloud platforms and datacenters running your critical applications? Are you having to design your security framework each time you deploy to a new region or datacentre?
Whether you’re working with multiple cloud environments or exclusively on Azure, there are certain things you should consider when moving assets to Azure. As with any cloud deployment, security is a top priority, and moving your workloads to the cloud doesn’t mean you’re not responsible for the security of your operating system, applications and data. Building on the security of the Azure infrastructure, this shared security responsibility starts with making sure your Azure environment is secure.
Register for this impactful webinar as we discuss step-by-step what you need to do to secure access at the administrative, application and network layers.
In this webinar, we will take a look at:
• The Shared Security Model: What security you are responsible for to protect your content, application, systems and networks
• Best practices for how to protect your environment from the latest threats
• Learn how traditional security approaches may have limitations in the cloud
• How to build a scalable secure cloud infrastructure on Azure
Steve Zalewski, Chief Security Architect at Levi Strauss & Co. | Robert Mally, CFO Palerra
58% of security professionals expect their budgets to stay the same next year. If you’re like them, you’re trying to secure a growing number of cloud services and infrastructure without a bigger budget.
What do you do? Make a bulletproof business case for a Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB).
In this webinar you'll learn:
- How to demonstrate the financial exposure of not having a cloud security solution
- How to align cloud security spending with business objectives
- How to demonstrate savings in cybersecurity expertise through automation
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?
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.
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.
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.
Rohit Kinra, Director - Product Technology, Verisign
Recent DDoS attacks trends indicate that DDoS attacks are becoming more sophisticated and persistent. What do these DDoS trends mean for your organization, especially during the upcoming holiday season?
Join Rohit Kinra, Director, Product Technology, Verisign, as he discusses the behavioral shifts observed by Verisign in recent DDoS attacks and what should concern you. Rohit will also share recommendations on how your organization can prepare and defend against DDoS attacks.
Nahim Fazal, Head of Cybersecurity Development at Blueliv
Today, advanced cyber threats form part of the risk landscape we encounter every day in our increasingly digital lives. Cybercrime is known for its complex, chameleon characteristics – it’s a highly lucrative industry with fast-paced innovation at its core. The evolution of cybercriminal techniques enables it to thrive, and we need to sprint to keep up. Organizations must respond with security solutions nimble enough to compete with the bad guys. Sounds like a job for MRTI, and we think we’ve got just the ticket.
This webinar intends to be an educational piece for any Security team in need of having a better understanding of the value provided by Threat Intelligence feed in order to complement traditional security real estate. This is not intended for those who already have a strong expertise and understanding of the fundamentals of threat intelligence delivered via a feed.
In May 2018 the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will take effect. The GDPR upholds the protection of personal data and increases the accountability of organisations processing any personal details belonging to EU citizens- with severe penalties for those who do not comply.
In this webinar Steve Durbin, Managing Director at the ISF, discusses why it is important for the security and data privacy teams to work together to run risk assessments on their most critical information assets and to develop checklists, policies and procedures that can be implemented internally and with third party suppliers. Only by taking this approach will organisations be able to remain agile, maintain customer confidence and demonstrate that they are ‘GDPR ready.’
The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the biggest change to data protection law in the world since the late 90’s. Every aspect of the old law has been overhauled and modernised. Businesses trading with the EU or handling EU citizens private data will need to comply with the GDPR come 25th May 2018. This mean almost all British organisations will have to adapt to the EU GDPR despite the latest Brexit vote. Accordingly, companies will be fully accountable for implementing a comprehensive data governance policy and appropriate security mechanisms. Non-compliance can result in fines of up to €20 million or 4% of a company's global annual turnover, whichever is greater.
The adaption process to the EU GDPR won’t be simple and easy one. It will take time and energy from businesses, especially SMBs. During this webinar we give the chance to understand the biggest changes to the current law, and learn the essential steps business need to get in place to be ready come May 2018. With the webinar's open and live format, you will have ample opportunity to engage in Q&A with our data privacy and security experts.
As more and more internet-enabled devices hit the market, securing these devices and our personal data is becoming an increasingly difficult task. Additionally, as more and more businesses make use of cloud-based services, new opportunities for criminals to exploit these services are appearing at a rapid pace as cybercrime becomes one of the most lucrative forms of crime we have ever seen. What cyberthreats will we start to see more of in the coming years? And what tactics will start to disappear?
In this webinar, Greg Iddon, Security Specialist at Sophos, will explore the future of cybercrime based upon the views and trends observed by members of Sophos and researchers at Sophos Labs, as well as how businesses and consumers can protect themselves from the threats and risks of tomorrow.
In the last decade, cybercrime has industrialised. It’s no longer the preserve of a small number of skilled hackers. The webinar will focus on the industrialisation of cybercrime and will highlight how fraud, particularly identity fraud, is on the rise in the UK.
Tools for carrying out sophisticated cyber-attacks are now cheap, mass-produced, and easily accessible. Hacking communities, discussion groups and online walkthroughs are plentiful and easy to find. The raw material for crime - personal information - is available at low cost and neatly packaged for resale in online marketplaces. It really is possible for anyone, aged 8 to 80, to get involved if they want to.
Andy will warn that as more services move online, the opportunities for abusing stolen personal data increase. He will stress the need for greater communication and partnership between major fraud targets - financial institutions, utility companies, online retailers and the like - which can make the UK provide a strong stance against fraudsters and help to win the battle against cybercrime.
The webinar will cover and consider the evolving circumstances of data breach; the link between breaches and identity fraud; and the risks for those whose data is appropriated. Andy will explain why the response to data theft is currently inadequate; and identify some measures which could provide consumers with greater security and peace of mind, as well as the potential business benefits of doing so.
Paul Fletcher, Cyber Security Evangelist, Alert Logic
Despite increasing cloud adoption in IT departments, many organizations are still concerned with data security. Those concerns are amplified by the loss of physical control over data and the potential for mismanagement of those assets when migrating to the cloud. As a result, this is often the top barrier to cloud deployment. However, with cloud innovations growing exponentially, the new wave of security solutions is breaking down those barriers.
In this webinar, Alert Logic cyber security evangelist, Paul Fletcher, will provide you with insight on how to get over hybrid cloud security hurdles and discuss:
• Common misconceptions surrounding hybrid cloud security
• Key strategies to secure a hybrid cloud environment
• Solutions to security threats within multiple hybrid cloud environments
Sean Newman, Director Product Management for Corero Network Security
The threat landscape is evolving at an unprecedented rate - attackers are better educated, well-funded, and relentless in the pursuit of their goals. But, some things never change, the bad guys will always take the easiest path to the money. Learn how the latest trend could be negatively impacting your network and its profitability.
Rob McGovern | Senior Technical Product Manager | LogRhythm
When attackers compromise the perimeter or are operating from within, you need to know. You can only stop attackers from gaining a foothold in your network to expand their presence if you can see them. The indicators of a breach are often first observed within the network itself, therefore network monitoring and forensics plays an essential role in helping to detect, respond, and naturalize attacks.
In this webcast, Rob McGovern senior technical product manager at LogRhythm, will discuss how to quickly identify emerging threats in your IT environment using network monitoring and forensic tools.
•What Network Monitor is and the important role it plays in your security operations strategy
•Real-life use cases that highlight the power of Network Monitor
•How Network Monitor works with SIEM to reduce the mean-time-to-detect (MTTD) and mean-time-to-respond (MTTR) to cyber attacks
Register now to learn how monitoring your network can help you detect and investigate potential malicious behavior within your IT environment.
According to cyber security experts, the frequency and severity of cyber attacks are on the rise, causing alarm to businesses and customers across a variety of industries. Taking a proactive, strategic approach to evaluating your cyber security strategy is critical, it starts with understanding who your organisations adversaries are and what the impact would be on your business if you were the victim of a cyber attack.
Register for this impactful webinar presented by Richard Cassidy, UK Cyber Security Evangelist at Alert Logic as he examines the latest methods and exploits used by cyber criminals providing an overview of the most current ways they target businesses. You’ll get an insight on how the most sophisticated attackers choose their targets, what they are looking for, and how they extract valuable data.
In this webinar, we will take a look at:
• The ever-changing threat landscape, and how it affects your business
• Tactics, techniques and procedures (TTPs) used by cyber criminal actors
• Strategies and tools for mitigating the risk of cyber attack
• Insight into Real-life case studies
Quocirca research shows that UK business are rolling out new Internet of Things (IoT) applications to exploit diverse new business opportunities. This includes deploying new devices and integrating existing ones. However, the burgeoning number of network attached devices introduces new risk. How can the IoT opportunity be embraced securely?
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