Jumpstart to RedSeal Demo - LIVE

Andrew Maguire and Mike Lee, RedSeal Networks
The “Jumpstart to RedSeal” demo provides you with a 20 minute overview of the company, what the product does, customer challenges, and how the RedSeal 5 Platform can address them. The highlight - a 15 minute demonstration of the RedSeal UI and reporting features - details how networks can improve their attack defenses, prioritize vulnerabilities based on exposure, evaluate for compliance, and enhance firewall change management processes.
Aug 9 2012
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Jumpstart to RedSeal Demo - LIVE
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  • A new category of threat is emerging – a threat designed to evade traditional signature-based technologies such as Anti-Virus and Intrusion Detection. Attempting to meet the challenge is a new class of technology, “Advanced Malware Protection” or “AMP,” which is an industry term for technology designed to continuously monitor for, offload and detonate files in a sandbox - safely away from the main environment - to observe and detect malicious objects.

    If a security device produces an alert in the forest, who’s there to hear it?

    The challenge is these next generation advanced malware detection solutions produce so much detail about the suspicious activity that most organizations do not have the resources to thoroughly investigate/analyze. The best technology means nothing if you don’t have the right expertise to react to the alert, quickly decipher complex reports, investigate the threat, and determine the right response. And meanwhile, the threat actors aren’t standing still – they’re developing measures to circumvent controls in some traditional sandbox environments.

    You will learn:
    1.How the threat is evolving and how actors are employing evasive practices to overcome traditional and even some more sophisticated security defenses
    2.Why next generation sandboxing and full-system emulation are the keys to combatting evasive malware threats
    3.The expertise needed to accurately identify and diagnose the threat once the alert is received
    4.How to ensure your organization has the ability to respond effectively to the incident and close all the backdoors a threat actor may have opened
  • 2014 could have easily been called, “The year of the biggest security breaches since the beginning of forever.” But given current security practices and technologies, many of the breaches could have been prevented. So why weren’t they?

    Many of the affected companies fell into a very common trap, thinking that if a company goes to the trouble to be legally compliant then it will be effectively “secure.” Unfortunately, as with many kinds of regulations, legal compliance really represents the absolute least amount of effort required. If companies want to give themselves the best chance to avoid the very severe consequences that come with a major breach, there are five practices they need to put in place now.

    Join Adrian Sanabria, Senior Security Analyst at 451 Research, and Amrit Williams, CTO of CloudPassage, on this webinar to learn
    · Possible gaps left by the compliance-first approach to security
    · How to limit vulnerabilities across traditional, virtual and cloud infrastructures
    · Five best practices to avoid a major security breach in 2015
  • The bring-your-own-device (BYOD) movement has been a huge boon for businesses that put a premium on productivity. File sync and share solutions have emerged to help employees work from anywhere, at any time, on any device. In this BrightTALK exclusive, eFolder explores the top seven features that business should consider when adopting a file sync and share solution. Learn what is required for a file sync and share solution to improve collaboration, maximize productivity, and ensure security.
  • Join Tom Kellermann, Chief Cyber Security Officer for Trend Micro, in an informative webinar specifically tailored for corporate executives and directors who are ready to take the reins of a real and effective plan to secure their organization, their data, and their careers against targeted attacks.

    During this live webinar, you’ll learn:
    • How to identify, classify, and protect your valuable data assets
    • How to assess your organization’s vulnerability to attack
    • How to measure and mitigate cyber risks cost-effectively
  • The Internet of Things (the new buzzword for the tech industry) is increasing the connectedness of people and things on a scale that was once beyond imagination. Connected devices outnumber the world's population by 1.5 to 1.It is expected to eventually touch some 200 billion cars, appliances, machinery and devices globally, handling things like remote operation, monitoring and interaction among Internet-connected products.

    In combination with the fact that there are almost as many cell-phone subscriptions (6.8 billion) as there are people on this earth (seven billion), we have all the ingredients for a Perfect Cyber Storm.

    Join me for an informal discussion of the challenges for our profession, and some possible solutions.
  • Do you feel alone? No resources? No help? If you are like many security practitioners faced with a mountain of tasks each day and a small (or non-existent) team to help, prioritization and efficiency are key. Join Joe Schreiber, Solutions Architect for AlienVault for this practical session outlining habits to get the most out of your limited resources.

    In this session, you'll learn how to develop routines to efficiently manage your environment, avoid time-sucks, and determine what you can do by yourself and where you need help.

    In this practical session, Joe will cover:
    - How to work around the limitations of a small (or one person) team
    - Tips for establishing a daily routine
    - Strategies to effectively prioritize daily tasks
    - Benefits of threat intelligence sharing
    - Critical investigation & response steps when the inevitable incident occurs
  • Do you feel alone? No resources? No help? If you are like many security practitioners faced with a mountain of tasks each day and a small (or non-existent) team to help, prioritization and efficiency are key. Join Joe Schreiber, Solutions Architect for AlienVault for this practical session outlining habits to get the most out of your limited resources.

    In this session, you'll learn how to develop routines to efficiently manage your environment, avoid time-sucks, and determine what you can do by yourself and where you need help.

    In this practical session, Joe will cover:
    - How to work around the limitations of a small (or one person) team
    - Tips for establishing a daily routine
    - Strategies to effectively prioritize daily tasks
    - Benefits of threat intelligence sharing
    - Critical investigation & response steps when the inevitable incident occurs
  • Cutting down on the time taken to complete complex document review cycles allows the modern lawyer to operate at the pace required by their industry.

    Join our webinar to learn top tips for shortening these review cycles without losing document integrity and risking corruption. We’ll also cover what technologies are available to provide a quick and accurate way to improve document review efficiency.
  • FireEye recently released a new report that documents how and why governments around the world are turning to the cyber domain as a cost-effective way to spy on other countries, steal technology, and even wage war.

    Whether it’s sensitive military, diplomatic, or economic information, governments depend on the integrity of their data. If that data falls into the wrong hands, the consequences could be severe.

    In the wake of two apparent state- and government-sponsored attacks, APT1 and APT28, government agencies must understand why they are in attackers’ crosshairs, what attackers might be seeking, and how they can protect themselves.

    Join us for a dynamic discussion with subject matter experts where you will learn:

    •What makes your government-related organization an appealing target – whether you’re a political opponent, business, agency or vendor
    •Why it’s important to determine who could be planning an attack, their motives, and how they might carry out their goals
    •How to assess your level of preparedness and how to protect yourself if you are not ready for this new era of cyber warfare
  • Don’t let your security programme fall behind. In a world where executives are asking more questions about security and high-profile breaches and critical vulnerabilities are reported in prime time, rigid policy frameworks and traditionally slow (but cautious) decision making are no longer sufficient.

    Security departments in organisations of all sizes and across all industries must ensure that business critical assets are protected, compliance and regulatory requirements are met, and rapidly changing business goals are supported.

    In this webinar we will discuss:

    • The current state of the art for security programmes
    • How to work with your organisation to ensure that security becomes a business enabler
    • How to build a supportive security programme within an ever-evolving threat landscape
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  • Manage Network Complexity and Control Access Risk Recorded: Mar 11 2013 63 mins
    Financial institutions spend billions of dollars on firewalls, proxies, routers and other devices to prevent unauthorized access to their network, but security breaches continue to plague the industry.

    While faced with a barrage of attacks, CISOs are dealing with increasingly complex networks due to the cumulative demands of users as well as connectivity requirements, business operations and regulatory compliance mandates. As a result of this increased complexity, financial organizations' IT resources are struggling to meet today's required security standards.

    Join Wall Street & Technology senior editor Melanie Rodier and RedSeal Networks for this webcast, and learn how to:

    - Effectively pinpoint weaknesses and risk through complete end to end network visibility.
    - Proactively protect your network against security breaches and prioritize vulnerabilities for more effective remediation.
    - Gain the ability to comply with internal and external compliance requirements while cutting compliance costs.
  • Complete Vulnerability Management from McAfee and RedSeal Recorded: Nov 6 2012 45 mins
    Most large enterprises identify thousands of vulnerabilities every time they conduct a vulnerability assessment. But scanning for vulnerabilities is only the first step—figuring out which vulnerabilities truly matter is the subsequent challenge.

    • Is critical financial information at risk because a vulnerability is exposed to the Internet or extranet?
    • Has a vulnerability already been effectively mitigated with network-level controls?
    • Do vulnerabilities in minor systems allow a hacker to leapfrog to more critical systems?

    Join McAfee and RedSeal for an informative webcast to learn why prioritizing remediation efforts according to risk is essential to effective vulnerability management and how the RedSeal Vulnerability Advisor software integrates and analyzes the vulnerability information collected by McAfee’s Vulnerability Manager to give organizations true insight into their vulnerability risk.
  • Jumpstart to RedSeal Demo - LIVE Recorded: Aug 21 2012 30 mins
    The “Jumpstart to RedSeal” demo provides you with a 20 minute overview of the company, what the product does, customer challenges, and how the RedSeal 5 Platform can address them. The highlight - a 15 minute demonstration of the RedSeal UI and reporting features - details how networks can improve their attack defenses, prioritize vulnerabilities based on exposure, evaluate for compliance, and enhance firewall change management processes.
  • How To Use Predictive Network Threat Modeling To Eliminate Internal and External Recorded: Aug 13 2012 49 mins
    A Wall Street & Technology Webcast: With cyber espionage currently responsible for $13 billion in losses to the U.S. economy, according to the FBI, finding ways to predict and prevent future cyber attacks is vital for businesses. On Wall Street, as the number of devices on enterprise networks continues to grow, cyber espionage perpetrators are capitalizing on the increased complexity of network access to compromise critical data assets. A proactive approach that includes predictive security using visualized network modeling can help you identify access pathways and the associated vulnerabilities and quickly pinpoint the specific systems and devices most susceptible to attack.
  • Jumpstart to RedSeal Demo - LIVE Recorded: Aug 9 2012 33 mins
    The “Jumpstart to RedSeal” demo provides you with a 20 minute overview of the company, what the product does, customer challenges, and how the RedSeal 5 Platform can address them. The highlight - a 15 minute demonstration of the RedSeal UI and reporting features - details how networks can improve their attack defenses, prioritize vulnerabilities based on exposure, evaluate for compliance, and enhance firewall change management processes.
  • Jumpstart to RedSeal Demo Recorded: Jun 7 2012 33 mins
    The “Jumpstart to RedSeal” demo provides you with a 20 minute overview of the company, what the product does, customer challenges, and how the RedSeal 5 Platform can address them. The highlight - a 15 minute demonstration of the RedSeal UI and reporting features - details how networks can improve their attack defenses, prioritize vulnerabilities based on exposure, evaluate for compliance, and enhance firewall change management.
  • Tips to Avoid the Mortal Sins That Undermine Network Security Recorded: May 30 2012 63 mins
    Prevent the hellish mistakes that undermine security effectiveness.

    Join network security experts Eric Hanselman, Research Director at 451 Research, and Dr. Mike Lloyd, CTO at RedSeal, for this fact-filled webcast where they’ll share their list of the most egregious errors found in network security management, based on hands-on analysis and observation of some of the most complex network environments in the world.

    This session will include details on how and why these painful mistakes manifest themselves, and tips on what you can do to prevent them, followed by open Q&A.

    Don’t miss this unique learning opportunity!

    Register now.
  • Security Metrics That Matter: Improving Visibility and Effectiveness Recorded: Apr 26 2012 56 mins
    Security metrics for improving management have long been an issue of discussion and debate across the industry. Some experts and practitioners contend that we need these key indicators if we’re ever going to drive down real-world risk, while others think that the concept can’t be applied practically. Some experts feel that we just haven’t found the right numbers to measure security effectiveness yet.

    Count RedSeal Networks among the final group… although we think that we’ve made some important headway in helping organizations unearth those figures that will actually allow them to better trend and improve their rates of success.

    Expanding on his sold-out keynote at Security BSidesSD, join RedSeal CTO Dr. Mike Lloyd for a webcast: Security Metrics that Matter
    As part of his presentation Dr. Mike will outline:

    •Why previous metrics efforts have under-delivered
    •The need to tie measurement to underlying business value
    •How you can build metrics that truly measure effectiveness

    As an added bonus, we’ll also release the results of our in-booth RSA survey: “Panning for Gold in the Avalanche: Security Pros Still Searching for Metrics”

    Don’t miss this chance to hear this compelling new research that surfaces the opinions that you and your colleagues at RSA shared with us.

    Hear about your peers’ current level of visibility into network access and risk exposure, the desire for new security metrics, and how RedSeal can help.
  • What's the ROI on RedSeal? Applying the IANS "Return on Security" Model Recorded: Feb 7 2012 60 mins
    Every organization wants to know the answer but few have even attempted to quantify it: What's my ROI, or return, on IT security?

    Until now.

    Using its proprietary (yet public) methodology, research and best practices specialists IANS has begun helping CSOs and other security officials deduce and measure precisely what they're getting in exchange for all the money they spend. In late 2011, IANS conducted such a study on automotive market experts Polk, specifically related to the company's use of RedSeal solutions.

    Please join us for this highly informative webcast during which IANS Faculty Member and industry analyst Diana Kelley outlines the ROS process and guidelines, and then hosts a discussion with Ethan Steiger, Chief Security Officer, Polk about his experiences and milestones using RedSeal. Joining the call will be RedSeal CTO Dr. Mike Lloyd, to provide color commentary and yes, that cool, smart-sounding foreign accent.

    In addition to a general overview of the Polk use case, hear more about how the company leveraged RedSeal's proactive security intelligence solution to save time and money, lower real-world risk, automate and simplify regulatory compliance, and garner an ROI figure of¦ yes, $30 million!

    How did IANS arrive at such a massive number? Let's face it, you can spend a lot of money responding to a breach. Though, while that's true, it's truly just a small piece of the larger story.
  • Network Security – Measuring the Immeasurable Recorded: Dec 15 2011 64 mins
    Security is inherently intangible, so answering questions such as "Is my network secure?” are considerably complex. The ultimate goal is the absence of a breach – how do you measure and show improvement to your internal and external audience?

    The traditional approach has been to measure activity – all of the processes that can be recorded: How many times did you change the firewall? How many patches did you deploy? How many times did you update your antivirus signatures? While collecting this data may pacify the auditors, the problem is that you’re measuring busyness, not your business.

    In this webinar featuring Securosis analyst and president Mike Rothman, we will explore:
    •Today’s security metrics – what most organizations are collecting today vs actionable and useable metrics for decision support
    •What and how to communicate network security metrics – internal vs external audiences
    •Practical measurement of risk – technology to assess how well your work is preventing problems
Monitor network security effectiveness and prioritize risk, today.
Enterprise organizations and government agencies have spent countless years and millions of dollars attempting to segment infrastructure and protect critical assets, but most have no idea how well layered defenses actually work.

Security, networking and audit staff have no centralized means of visualizing the state of protection or current attack surface, end-to-end, or communicating that intelligence.

Management cannot determine the ROI of security spend; risk is prioritized using static ranking; circumvention of simple controls still enables most breaches.

Enter RedSeal Networks, the only provider of proactive security management solutions that offer a continuous method of assessing IT protection and risk exposure. Pinpoint the precise level of access permitted across security infrastructure, informed by the business value of underlying host assets and data. Prioritize risk, validate compliance and manage security using quantitative analysis.

Try RedSeal solutions today.

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