3 Flaws with the Defense-in-Depth Security Model and How to Improve It

Infocyte

Reports of network intrusions have spiked in recent years resulting in millions in financial loses, theft of intellectual property, and exposure of customer information. The groups responsible for these attacks are organized and can persist in your organization’s systems and endpoints without detection for 6 months on average – sometimes years. The approach many organizations take to prevent these attacks is to simply layer on increasing numbers of defensive solutions – clearly a better approach is needed.
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Spotlight

Defeating the growing threat of ransomware Ransomware is notoriously difficult to stop. Once it infects devices, its victims face the hard decision of either paying the attackers for a key to unlock the data or forever losing their files. A recent Malwarebytes-sponsored global survey of IT executives¹ demonstrates the scale of the business threat. Thirty-nine percent of the organizations surveyed had been impacted by a ransomware attack during the previous 12 months. Across the various industries surveyed, ransomware attacks were most common in the healthcare and financial services-related industries, including banking and insurance.

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Bringing New Meaning to Extended Detection and Response

For many decades now, emerging threats have put organizations at risk. As the IT landscape evolved and threat actors found new ways to attack, security teams needed to find new ways to detect and respond to threats. While security tools such as SIEM, SOAR and EDR technologies all have their benefits, organizations must look beyond the limits of these offerings to extended detection and response (XDR).
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Under the Radar – The Future of Undetected Malware

Malwarebytes

The future is not full of easy to detect junkware, but hard to remediate and dangerous malware. Cybercriminals are becoming more sophisticated and adopting anti-forensic techniques that evade defenses with hard to remediate malware, like fileless attacks. Watch our webinar and learn about: The future of undetected malware. The latest and hardiest threats to remediate like Sam Sam, Sorebrect, Emotet and TrickBot. How prominent cybersecurity vendors cannot protect you from these threats.
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Another Bucket Bites the Dust... Simplifying AWS Cybersecurity

Alert Logic

With the rapid rise of web application attacks, which is the number one source of data breaches, securing cloud-based web applications is a challenge. In order to fully protect your web applications in the cloud, it is important to know the risks, select the right security tool, and understand your role in the shared responsibility for security. Securing your AWS workload can mean many different things, ranging from locking down your environment via the AWS best practices list, to completely outsourcing the security management and responsibility to another company. While every company’s security journey is different, everyone can agree that the need to monitor and improve security posture is becoming increasingly important.
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Threat Hunting—A Practical Demonstration

ISACA

Today it is almost considered negligent to wait for an alert from IDS/IPS, firewalls, NAC, and endpoint security products before taking action. For years some of us who ha e been in the industry for a while have engaged in operations where we go out into the environment and actively look for threats to hand off to the IR team to eradicate. Enter the world of threat hunting. We will side step any product marketing and dig deep into what threat hunting actually is. The second half of this webinar will consist of demo of some technical threat hunting operations that anyone can practice sharpening their hunt skills.
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Spotlight

Defeating the growing threat of ransomware Ransomware is notoriously difficult to stop. Once it infects devices, its victims face the hard decision of either paying the attackers for a key to unlock the data or forever losing their files. A recent Malwarebytes-sponsored global survey of IT executives¹ demonstrates the scale of the business threat. Thirty-nine percent of the organizations surveyed had been impacted by a ransomware attack during the previous 12 months. Across the various industries surveyed, ransomware attacks were most common in the healthcare and financial services-related industries, including banking and insurance.

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