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Live Demo: VM-Series for AWS

Securing public cloud environments has never been more challenging. Cyberattacks are on the rise, targeting your business-critical data using applications commonly found on every network. Compounding your data security challenge is the lack of application visibility and control features available in existing cloud security offerings.

The VM-Series for AWS addresses these challenges with a complete set of next-generation firewall and advanced threat prevention features that allow you to identify and control your AWS-based applications and protect your data from known and unknown threats.
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  • Zero Trust for the New Normal Jun 16 2021 4:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Diana Kelley, SecurityCurve | Mari Galloway, Women's Society of Cyberjutsu
    Working remotely has become the new normal. This, and many other changes organizations adopted last year in response to the pandemic are likely to stay for the long term. According to Gallup, about two-thirds of U.S. remote workers want to continue to work remotely. So, how can organizations continue to support their growing distributed workforce at a time where reports of security threats have increased by 400% compared to pre-pandemic levels? 

    Here is where the zero-trust approach to security comes into play. 

    Join this month's episode of The (Security) Balancing Act with Diana Kelley and guests as they discuss the emergence of zero trust (“Trust Nothing, Verify Everything”) and what it helps achieve for enterprises in the age of cloud and remote work.

    Viewers will learn about:
    - The evolution of the security perimeter and the shift to zero trust
    - Why zero trust is an approach and not a product
    - Zero Trust Network Access (ZTA) vs. corporate VPN
    - Real-world stories and practical hands-on guidance from people who have deployed a ZTA

    Speakers:
    - Mari Galloway, CEO, Women's Society of Cyberjutsu
    - Other panelists TBA

    This episode is part of The (Security) Balancing Act original series with Diana Kelley. We welcome viewer participation and questions during this interactive panel session.
  • Ransomware in the Remote Work Era May 12 2021 4:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Diana Kelley, SecurityCurve | Jessica Gulick, Katzcy
    Phishing and ransomware attacks continue to rise, according to Proofpoint’s State of the Phish report for 2020. Organizations in the U.S. are at risk, the increase in remote work due to the pandemic has fueled a spike in attacks, and phishing attempts are up by 14 percent compared to the previous year.

    Email continues to be the number 1 delivery vehicle, but other social engineering schemes that rely on social media, voicemail (“vishing"), SMS phishing (“smishing”), and malicious USB drops are also of concern for organizations. Ransom demands are also on the rise, but according to the report, paying the ransom is not guaranteed to work as many companies that paid the ransom failed to receive a decryption key.

    Join this month's episode of The (Security) Balancing Act as Diana Kelley and guests discuss why ransomware is surging again, which sectors are most at risk, the threat to enterprises and how it is being used for more than just ransom (ex: distractionware, destructionware, etc).
    - The rise in ransomware under the cloak of the pandemic
    - Why email continues to be the channel of choice
    - The difference between fully automated and human-operated campaigns
    - How to decide whether or not to pay or not to pay the ransom
    - Why your backups may not be immune to ransomware
    - Addressing the threat with best practices

    Speakers
    - Jessica Gulick, Founder & CEO of Katzcy Consulting
    - Other panelists TBA

    This episode is part of The (Security) Balancing Act original series with Diana Kelley. We welcome viewer participation and questions during this interactive panel session.
  • Taking Down Nation State Botnets Apr 14 2021 4:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Diana Kelley, SecurityCurve | Johna Till Johnson, Nemertes Research
    This month's episode of The (Security) Balancing Act will focus on botnets as a growing threat to the enterprise, examples from the real world, and what enterprises can do to better protect against botnet-fueled state sponsored attacks.

    Join this interactive roundtable discussion with security experts and industry leaders to learn more about:
    - How botnets have become a tool for cyber criminals and nation state actors
    - Real-world examples & known botnet attacks
    - Nation state ransomware attacks
    - DDoS attacks
    - Cyber espionage
    - ATPs
    - The trouble with attribution
    - What enterprises and governments can do to address the threat

    Panelists:
    - Johna Till Johnson, CEO and Founder of Nemertes Research
    - Other panelists TBA

    This episode is part of The (Security) Balancing Act original series with Diana Kelley. We welcome viewer participation and questions during this interactive panel session.
  • The Reality of Security Assessments Mar 17 2021 5:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Tony UcedaVélez, CEO, Versprite & Jon Ehret, VP of Strategy & Risk, RiskRecon
    For years many cybersecurity professionals have been trying to understand how to measure cyber risk. Why is this important? If you have a solid understanding of the risks facing your infrastructure, you can devise a plan for stopping any issues before they arise. Why is this so hard? Cyber risk is complex and ever-changing, as we've seen with the recent SolarWinds event that has caused a shift in focus to supply chain security.

    Conducting proper security assessments that are fit for your business is a good first step, allowing you to maximize efforts and become more efficient in the process, but how do you know if you are running good security assessments?

    Join our webinar on March 17th as we discuss:

    Qualifying vs. Quantifying Risk: The How & Whens
    How SolarWinds Exposes Status Quo Vendor Risk Management Practices
    The Do's and Don't of Risk Assessments
  • The Future is Identity-Centric Mar 17 2021 4:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Diana Kelley, SecurityCurve | Joseph Carson, Thycotic | Dave Farrow, Barracuda
    Instead of the traditional "castle and moat" model of the past, today the security perimeter is being defined around the identity of the person or the device requesting access. What are organizations doing to protect digital identities in the age of breaches? How are the current trends in identity and access management helping address this issue?

    Join this interactive roundtable discussion with notable security experts to learn more about:
    - The shift to identity-centric security
    - The zero trust mindset
    - What constitutes strong and effective authentication and authorization
    - The role of policy orchestration and enforcement
    - Best practices for protecting identities and managing access across the enterprise

    Panelists:
    - Joseph Carson, Chief Security Scientist and Advisory CISO at Thycotic
    - Dave Farrow, VP, Information Security at Barracuda

    This episode is part of The (Security) Balancing Act original series with Diana Kelley. We welcome viewer participation and questions during this interactive panel session.
  • Getting Ahead of Imminent Threats to Hospitals and Patients: A Panel Discussion Recorded: Feb 23 2021 62 mins
    Dr. Saif Abed, Shaun van Niekerk, Erik Decker & Scott Scheferman
    Join Dr. Saif Abed BSc MBBS MPhil MSc, UK NHS’s CISO, Joint Cyber Chair Shaun van Niekerk, Erik Decker, Chief Security and Privacy Officer for the University of Chicago Medicine and Eclypsium’s Principal Strategist Scott Scheferman in a lively, frank and deeply insightful discussion on what the biggest threats to patient and hospital safety are for 2021, and what is being done to get ahead of them. We’ll unpack what makes 2021 a markedly more volatile threat landscape, and how hospitals can measure and triage risks in the form of medical device vulnerabilities, supply chain threats, and ransomware. We’ll also discuss what the impact potential is for the very latest developments in the firmware threat landscape, specifically in the context of critical medical device workflow examples. This will be an unscripted panel discussion and open to questions from the audience.
  • Succeeding as a CISO in 2021 Recorded: Feb 17 2021 62 mins
    Diana Kelley, SecurityCurve | Patricia Titus, Markel Corp | Jonathan Nguyen-Duy, Fortinet | Gerald Mancini, Fidelis
    This month's episode of The (Security) Balancing Act will look at how the CISO role has evolved in the last few years, what today's expectations are and what it takes to succeed as a CISO.

    Some of the topics to be covered during this roundtable discussion with security and tech leaders include:
    - How has the CISO role evolved over the last few years and what is expected of CISOs in 2021?
    - CISO vs BISO
    - How to see ROI on your cybersecurity investment?
    - How to get the business to understand risk and care about security?
    - How to keep cyber employees happy. The churn is exhausting and costly for companies, and it’s exacerbated by employee burnout and a “grass is greener” approach.

    Panelists
    - Patricia Titus, Chief Privacy and Information Security Officer, Markel Corporation
    - Jonathan Nguyen-Duy, Vice President, Global Field CISO Team at Fortinet
    - Gerald Mancini, Chief Operating Officer of Fidelis Security

    This episode is part of The (Security) Balancing Act original series with Diana Kelley. We welcome viewer participation and questions during this interactive panel session.
  • AppSec is dead. Long live DevSecOps! Recorded: Feb 9 2021 48 mins
    Matias Madou, Ph.D., Co-Founder and CTO, Secure Code Warrior
    In the ancient times of software creation, we had AppSec, and we had developers.

    Generally, AppSec was aware of security problems, their impact, and code-level fixes. However, these remedies would rarely work in the custom tech stack of the company. Developers cranked out software features in a fast, functional and reliable way, but also released their code for security review as late as possible. Why? To shorten the AppSec feedback window, ensuring their out-of-context security recommendations would bounce back well after the release window and not halt proceedings. A little dysfunctional, to say the least.

    Fast-forward to today, and our demand for software is greater than ever before, as is the risk of data breaches from common vulnerabilities. This fractured process cannot work, and the DevSecOps movement is here to change the game. DevSecOps creates an environment of shared responsibility for security, where developers become responsible for effective deployment, and the lines between AppSec and development teams are increasingly blurred and more collaborative.

    The days of a hands-off security approach for developers are over, and with the right training and tools, they can take advantage of this process, upskill their security awareness and stand out among their peers.

    Delivered by security expert Matias Madou, Ph.D., he will demonstrate:
    The changes the industry has faced in the journey from Waterfall to DevSecOps
    How developers can navigate change and become a powerful piece of the DevSecOps pipeline
    Why DevSecOps doesn't have to compromise the work developers love most
    How sharing the responsibility for security works in a team environment
    Why upskilling as a security-aware developer will help bridge the cybersecurity skills gap, and make them a sought-after engineer in the process.
  • Election Takeaways for Cybersecurity Leaders Recorded: Jan 20 2021 61 mins
    Diana Kelley | Jim Richberg | W. Curtis Preston
    The 2020 US presidential election is behind us, but the key cybersecurity issues surrounding election integrity could linger for years to come. From ransomware attacks on local governments, to the untamed spread of disinformation, to experimenting with online voting apps and the myriad of vulnerabilities uncovered across election infrastructures, cybersecurity had never before taken such a central place in the national conversation as it did in 2020.

    So, what have we learned in the aftermath? And how can we apply it to better protect upcoming elections as well as enterprises, customers and employees?

    Join this interactive panel with security experts and tech leaders to learn the biggest lessons from the election from a cybersecurity and privacy standpoint. Discover what went down, what could have gone better and how to prepare for the midterm elections in 2022.

    - Can we build a hack-free election
    - Does misinformation on social sites impact how people vote and what can be done to stop the spread
    - What was new this time and what should security leaders keep in mind for their organizations
    - Would it be safer if we brought the voting process online or in app
    - Can nation state actors change voter rolls or polling data
    - What the biggest election threats mean for industry
    - Key takeaways for cybersecurity leaders

    Panelists:
    - Jim Richberg, Public Sector Field CISO at Fortinet
    - W. Curtis Preston, Chief Technical Evangelist, Druva

    This episode is part of The (Security) Balancing Act original series with Diana Kelley. We welcome viewer participation and questions during this interactive panel session.
  • 2021 Readiness: Balancing Security in a Post-COVID World Recorded: Dec 9 2020 60 mins
    Diana Kelley | Mark Weatherford | Ted Harrington | Amir Shaked
    Earlier this year many companies experienced an incredible shift to fully remote work almost overnight, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. This accelerated the “digital transformation” journey for many companies compressing what was a multi-year timeline into a few months and making 2020 different than any other previous year. In this episode we’ll explore how the balance between security, privacy and productivity was tipped this year, and what can we expect to see in 2021 as some, but not all, organizations head back to office work with a post-pandemic mindset.

    The audience will hear from CISOs and Security Directors about how this year was different, what they're going to do differently going forward, and what they expect (or have already seen) as organizations get back to pre-COVID levels.

    Topics covered:
    - 2020 in review
    - The hard lesson that a mobile workforce is not the same as a remote workforce
    - How the attack surface expanded and what CISOs are doing to ensure risk doesn’t expand too
    - How digital transformation sped up and what they meant for security, privacy and productivity
    - During the speedy journey to the cloud - what mistakes were made?
    - Lessons learned that will be carried forward for security teams
    - What CISOs are doing to prepare for whatever 2021 may bring

    Panelists:
    - Mark Weatherford, Chief Strategy Officer and Board Member, National Cybersecurity Center
    - Amir Shaked - VP, R&D, PerimeterX
    - Ted Harrington, Executive Partner, Independent Security Evaluators [ISE]

    This episode is part of The (Security) Balancing Act original series with Diana Kelley. We welcome viewer participation and questions during this interactive panel session.
  • Election Recap & Cybersecurity Lessons Learned Recorded: Nov 19 2020 49 mins
    David Morris | Lee Imrey | Mick Baccio | Harrison Morris
    The 2020 U.S. presidential election has brought cyber security to the forefront for many in the U.S.

    From shedding light on disinformation campaigns aimed at disrupting the election, to testing voting machines and pentesting online voting apps, to raising awareness around the risk of ransomware and other attacks to local governments, voter registration databases, poll books and election reporting websites - security researchers and practitioners have been raising red flags throughout the election cycle.

    Join this episode of the Election Hacking series to learn about:
    - The 2020 election takeaways from a cybersecurity viewpoint: What went down, what could have gone better and how to better prepare for the midterm election in 2022
    - What the biggest election threats mean for your industry and organization
    - What have we learned and will it change anything in time for 2022
    - Post-election cybersecurity lessons for tech leaders

    Panelists:
    - Lee Imrey, Security Strategist at Splunk
    - Harrison Morris, PhD Candidate Georgia Tech researching the intersection of Cybersecurity and Cognitive & Brain Sciences
    - Mick Baccio, Security Advisor, Splunk

    Moderator: David Morris, Executive Director at Digital Risk Management Institute

    This episode is part of the Election Hacking Original series examining the threats to democratic elections, the technologies used to power and hijack elections, and what's needed to educate and empower voters before Election Day.
  • Deceiving the Attacker Recorded: Nov 17 2020 56 mins
    Diana Kelley | Chris Roberts | Christina Fowler
    When it comes to deception technology, the industry is evolving beyond simple honeypots to a more automated, scalable, and effective approach.

    Join this episode of The (Security) Balancing Act to discover how deception technology can be used by organizations to detect, investigate and respond to malicious intruders. How does deceiving the attacker save your company and buy you time?

    During this episode, we'll go over:
    - What is deception technology and what does it help with?
    - How does it work? (e.g. Deception decoys, lures, honeytokens, traps, grids)
    - Is your organization ready to adopt deception?
    - What do you need to do before you buy the technology / build it in-house?
    - Key benefits of using deception for threat hunting
    - What else can deception be used for?
    - Deception use cases
    - The role of AI in deception (e.g. dynamic deception)

    Panelists:
    - Chris Roberts, vCISO, Researcher, Hacker, Consultant, Devils Advocate
    - Christina Fowler, Chief Cyber Intel Strategist at MITRE Corporation

    This episode is part of The (Security) Balancing Act original series with Diana Kelley. We welcome viewer participation and questions during this interactive panel session.
  • Moving Target Defense: The Future of Cybersecurity Recorded: Nov 10 2020 43 mins
    Ron Nixon, VP Global Defense and Government, Polyverse
    Join Polyverse VP of Global Defense Ron Nixon, as he explains:
    · What is Moving Target Defense and where did it come from
    · Where it can be applied in your Linux systems
    · Why it works when traditional methods of defense fail
  • The 2021 Threat Forecast Recorded: Nov 9 2020 60 mins
    John Bambenek, Bambenek Consulting; Etay Maor, IntSights; Luke Hull, BlackBerry; Andrew Tsonchev, Darktrace
    With the current threat landscape evolving at a rapid pace and based on everything that has happened throughout 2020, businesses need to take a more proactive approach to cybersecurity in 2021.

    Join this panel of security experts and industry leaders to learn more about:
    - 2020: The year of COVID, remote working and breaches
    - Biggest lessons from 2020 and the path forward
    - New threats on the horizon
    - Strategies for dealing with ransomware, phishing attacks
    - Recommendations for CISOs for the year ahead
  • Pre-Election Check-In Recorded: Oct 29 2020 55 mins
    David Morris | Mick Baccio | Harrison Morris
    With the 2020 U.S. presidential election less than a month away, let's take a look at the current state of this election from a tech and cybersecurity perspective. What are the new challenges and threats to democracy that we have not seen in previous election cycles?

    Join this panel to ask your questions and learn more about:
    - Things to keep in mind ahead of Election Day
    - Lessons from recent cyber attacks in the public & private sector
    - Securing voter databases and election infrastructure
    - Election reporting websites and when to expect to hear the results of the election
    - Weeding through election interference and disinformation
    - What to expect after Election Day

    Panelists:
    - Mick Baccio, former CISO at Pete for America, and White House Threat Intelligence Branch Chief, Security Advisor at Splunk
    - Harrison Morris, PhD Candidate Georgia Tech researching the intersection of Cybersecurity and Cognitive & Brain Sciences

    Moderator: David Morris, Executive Director at Digital Risk Management Institute

    This episode is part of the Election Hacking Original series examining the threats to democratic elections, the technologies used to power and hijack elections, and what's needed to educate and empower voters before Election Day.
  • Life and times of a CISO in a web app world Recorded: Oct 27 2020 61 mins
    Malcolm Harkins Cymatic Chief Security & Trust Officer
    Trust is the cornerstone of the digital economy. In this talk Malcolm will cover what we need to do to generate trust. He will discuss the current state of trust in the web apps we use as well as the ones we provide to customers. He will cover today's reality with data from across the industry and his own experiences discussing the challenges/difficulties the CISO/CSO faces in securing web applications.

    Next, using the “9-box of controls” paradigm from the 2nd edition of his book, Managing Risk & Information Security, Malcolm will explain the economic principle of efficiency and how our current approach to information security is not only economically inefficient but also jeopardizes our ability to engender the trust we so desperately need. He will dive into the total cost of controls in the web app world: what it looks like today and where it will go if we do not transform our current security architecture.

    Throughout this webinar, Malcolm will share insight gleaned from the data, frameworks, and stories from industry experts to draw valuable lessons CISOs can bring back to their teams. In the end, he will offer hope and a roadmap to help participants transform their web application security to deliver real business outcomes that generate trust organically.
  • Email Security in the Age of Remote Work Recorded: Oct 15 2020 61 mins
    Jo Peterson, Clarify 360; Dr Richard Ford, Cyren; Geoff Vaughan, Security Innovation & Mariana Pereira, Darktrace
    There are an estimated 1.5 billion people working remotely due to COVID-19 and email is one of the ways businesses are communicating and staying connected with customers, employers and vendors. Ransomware, phishing and email exploits are continuing to rise. According to Security Magazine, over 96% of all security attacks begin with an email.

    Today’s panel will focus on:
    - the current state of email security and tools,
    - best practices for email safety, resilience planning, brand protection and thoughts on training
  • Securing Identity - 1 Year Check-In Recorded: Oct 14 2020 59 mins
    Diana Kelley | Aidan Walden | Shareth Ben | Doug Simmons
    According to Verizon’s 2020 Data Breach Investigation Report (DBIR), over 80% of hacking-related breaches involved the use of lost or stolen credentials - and approximately 35% of all breaches were initiated due to weak or compromised credentials.

    Last year, we kicked off The (Security) Balancing Act series with a panel of identity experts to help us understand the landscape. Join us for this 1 year check-in to learn what has changed for organizations in the last 12 months and the security implications of shifting to a more remote workforce.

    - 2020 vs 2019: Key changes & challenges for cybersecurity
    - How work from home has opened the door to attackers
    - Regulatory updates that may impact identity management programs
    - Why attackers are focused on credentials and authentication systems
    - What businesses can do to keep track of all endpoints, manage identities and privileged access, protect their data and maintain compliance

    Panelists:
    - Aidan Walden, Director, Public Cloud Architecture & Engineering at Fortinet
    - Shareth Ben, Executive Director, Insider Threat & Cyber Threat Analytics at Securonix
    - Doug Simmons, Principal Consulting Analyst, Managing Director, Consulting at TechVision Research

    This episode is part of The (Security) Balancing Act original series with Diana Kelley. We welcome viewer participation and questions during this interactive panel session.
  • Application Security for the Modern Enterprise Recorded: Oct 14 2020 61 mins
    Peter Jones, 3B Data Security Limited; Jack Mannino, nVisium; Garrett Gross, Rapid7 and Rodrigo Araujo, Bell Canada
    Web applications continue to be a popular vector for cyber attacks. According to the most recent Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR), 43% of breaches analyzed in the report targeted web application vulnerabilities, more than double the number from last year. What does this mean for businesses in the era of remote working?

    Join this interactive keynote panel to learn more about:
    - How the shift of valuable data to the cloud, including email accounts and business-related processes has opened the door to attackers
    - The impact of COVID-19 on enterprise security posture
    - The role of compromised credentials in breaches
    - Application security challenges and the path forward
    - Best practices for a more secure enterprise
  • Securing Your Connected Devices at Home & at Work Recorded: Oct 13 2020 59 mins
    Chris Hazelton, Brandon Hoffman, Rick Moy & Jack Mannino
    Connected devices are everywhere. More than 83 million U.S. households have at least one smart device, according to a study by the Consumer Technology Association. In fact, U.S. households own an average of 11 Internet-connected devices, according to a study from Deloitte, including seven with screens to view content (e.g. smartphones, tablets, laptops, TVs). 

    With so many devices on the home network, how is security keeping up? What is needed to make device security easier and faster?

    Find out why attackers are targeting internet-connected devices, some common attack vectors, and what to do to reduce the risk of breach at the endpoint.

    Join this panel of security experts to learn more about the security risks connected devices pose to your home and office, and what can be done about it:
    - Connected devices - the gateway for attackers
    - The likelihood that you or your company will be breached via connected devices 
    - Steps to mitigate the risk of breach
    - What is needed to close the gap in device security
    - Best practices for protecting your smart home from online threats

    This panel is part of National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM) 2020.

    We welcome and encourage audience participation and questions.

    Speakers:
    Chris Hazelton, Director of Security Solutions, Lookout (Moderator)
    Brandon Hoffman, CISO, Netenrich
    Rick Moy, Vice President of Marketing, Tempered Networks
    Jack Mannino, CEO, nVisium
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