11 Ways to Defeat Two-Factor Authentication

KnowBe4

Everyone knows that two-factor authentication (2FA) is more secure than a simple login name and password, but too many people think that 2FA is a perfect, unhackable solution. It isn't! Join Roger A. Grimes, KnowBe4's Data-Driven Defense Evangelist, and security expert with over 30-years experience, for this webinar where he will explore 11 ways hackers can and do get around your favorite 2FA solution. The webinar includes a (pre-filmed) hacking demo by KnowBe4's Chief Hacking Officer Kevin Mitnick, and real-life successful examples of every attack type. It will end by telling you how to better defend your 2FA solution so that you get maximum benefit and security.
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Spotlight

Combatting advanced cyberthreats grows more challenging every day. With up to a third of enterprise Internet traffic now being encrypted, cybercriminals are cloaking their attacks within Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) traffic, knowing very well that perimeter security devices are blind to their exploits. But even if all of your network security devices could scrutinize SSL traffic, maintaining user privacy is the next concern. How can you inspect SSL traffic for threats while maintaining the privacy of employee online banking, healthcare, and shopping transactions?

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Reducing SMB Cybersecurity Risk

Mediapro

Small- and mid-size businesses (SMBs) can no longer afford to think they’re too small to be a target for cybercriminals. That’s why SMBs should consider new or expanded investment in a comprehensive security awareness program to help address the growing risks related to cybersecurity, privacy, and regulatory compliance.
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Solving New Authentication Challenges While Finding Parity Between User Experience and Security

KuppingerCole

Unfortunately, most businesses are making the fundamental mistake when it comes to authentication and are thinking inside-out, but by thinking outside-in, they would automatically put the Customer first. Until now, strong (and not so strong) authentication to services seems to have been driven by an inside-out way of thinking. The institutions think about what works best for them: what fits into their infrastructure; what is the cheapest yet compliant approach? For customers, this means that they must use what their service provider offers to them. Companies must also be aware of insider risks and by implementing a Zero Trust approach of ‘never trust, always verify’, they can better secure the access to their assets. In this KuppingerCole webinar, we will address the following.
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Building Blocks for Your 2019 IT Security Program

AT&T

Is one of your New Year's resolutions to reduce your cyber risk in 2019? If so, do you know where to start? Join us for this special session webcast, in which we'll discuss the building blocks that make for an effective security and compliance program for organizations of any size.
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How to Remain Secure, Protect Data, and Stay Compliant in the Face of End of Life Operating Systems

Carbon Black

The ever-changing threat landscape continues to challenge businesses who attempt to protect critical data, improve security posture, and remain compliant. That challenge is intensified when adding the constant risk of operating systems going end of life and pushing endpoints out of compliance against many modern data security laws, regulations, and compliance policies. The risk is too great and businesses can no longer afford to take a passive stance when it comes to maintaining system endpoints and ensuring that vulnerabilities are in check.
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Spotlight

Combatting advanced cyberthreats grows more challenging every day. With up to a third of enterprise Internet traffic now being encrypted, cybercriminals are cloaking their attacks within Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) traffic, knowing very well that perimeter security devices are blind to their exploits. But even if all of your network security devices could scrutinize SSL traffic, maintaining user privacy is the next concern. How can you inspect SSL traffic for threats while maintaining the privacy of employee online banking, healthcare, and shopping transactions?

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