2018 Threat Report and Top Malware

Webroot

If there’s one thing that came through loud and clear in Webroot’s analysis of malware and other threats in 2017, it’s that, when it comes to cybersecurity, change is the only constant. While analysts, researchers, and security companies worked quickly to identify and block emerging threats, attackers were just as quick in finding new ways to evade defenses. Join this Channel Futures webinar to learn more about the discoveries and analysis of threat activity throughout 2017, the top malware of 2017 and how to be better equipped to overcome modern cybercrime in 2018.
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Spotlight

Mobile technologies give people the power to work wherever and whenever they choose. Remote access drives astonishing gains in productivity and employee satisfaction, but enterprises who use simple passwords to protect that access risk financial loss, data theft, and worse. Passwords are to blame for some of the most infamous recent data breaches. At Anthem Blue Cross, attackers gained access to sensitive medical data using credentials stolen from a handful of database admins. Target, the retail giant, lost credit card information to cybercriminals who used credentials taken from contractors. The Democratic National Committee’s most sensitive email messages were downloaded and published despite repeated warnings from the FBI.

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HIPAA Compliance – Are You Staying Healthy?

Alert Logic

The medical/healthcare industry accounted for more than 23 percent of total cybersecurity breaches*. But, keeping up-to-date with HIPAA requirements to help protect data can be difficult. And selecting technologies so your organization can implement HIPAA security controls to comply with HIPAA regulations can be overwhelming. We can help you break it down. In this webinar we will walk through: The current state of HIPAA compliance, and how businesses are stacking up. Top reasons for HIPAA compliance failures and how to avoid them.
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2022 Cyber Challenges & Industry Intelligence Study

The modern security organization is fueled by intelligence, advanced technology, and more knowledgeable professionals than any other point in history. However, the endless war that started at the dawn of connectivity often sees the same challenges as we do today and much of this stems from the misconception that organizations must fight threat actors on their own. This myth continues to create siloes, both internally and externally, and prevents teams from gaining necessary threat visibility or reducing overloaded analysts workload.
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Through the Hacker’s Eyes: Detecting Attacks on Fully Patched Windows Machines

IBM

To successfully stop hackers, you need to understand them; how their minds work, what their goals are, and which techniques they use to break through your defenses. In this special edition of QRadar’s Under the Radar technical demo series, NA Security Architect and QRadar expert Jose Bravo will demonstrate first hand the sophisticated ways in which hackers today compromise Windows systems, even when they are fully patched and have antivirus deployments. He will then walk through how QRadar is able to detect these SIE technology-evading attacks, keeping your most vital data safe from unwanted eyes.
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How to Outmatch Data Security Challenges with Cost-Effective, Practical Strategies

IBM

Today’s threat landscape requires businesses of all sizes to gain visibility and control over sensitive data in order to comply with a tangled web of security and privacy requirements. Addressing insider threats and defending intellectual property, customer data and other confidential information across hybrid and multi-cloud environments can overwhelm even the savviest of security and IT teams, especially when resources are scarce. However, data security defenses don’t have to be costly or overly complex to carry out.
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Spotlight

Mobile technologies give people the power to work wherever and whenever they choose. Remote access drives astonishing gains in productivity and employee satisfaction, but enterprises who use simple passwords to protect that access risk financial loss, data theft, and worse. Passwords are to blame for some of the most infamous recent data breaches. At Anthem Blue Cross, attackers gained access to sensitive medical data using credentials stolen from a handful of database admins. Target, the retail giant, lost credit card information to cybercriminals who used credentials taken from contractors. The Democratic National Committee’s most sensitive email messages were downloaded and published despite repeated warnings from the FBI.

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