Achieving Improved Cybersecurity Posture Across IT & OT Infrastructures

Forescout

Device Visibility has become the key to success for security practitioners when it comes to securing an increasingly more dispersed organisation with multiple data centres, distributed campuses and a mobile workforce. Now, smart devices are connecting previously separated IT and OT networks to automate business operations and boost efficiency introducing another layer of complexity. In this webinar, we will look at the concept of why device visibility poses such a challenge for business, what is getting in the way and why OT and IT convergence has added an extra consideration.
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Spotlight

ESET researchers have discovered and analyzed advanced malware, previously undocumented, that has been used in targeted attacks against critical infrastructure organizations in Central and Eastern Europe. The malware, named GreyEnergy by ESET researchers, exhibits many conceptual similarities with BlackEnergy, the malware used in attacks against the Ukrainian energy industry in December 2015. Besides these similarities, there are links that suggest that the group behind GreyEnergy has been working together with the TeleBots group, known in connection with many destructive attacks.

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How memcached reflection threatens IT security

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2018 is the year of high volume DDoS attacks. Since the emergence of the new attack vector memcached reflection in February, new bandwidth records have been set. Companies worldwide suddenly found themselves exposed to a new DDoS risk. In a webinar, the Link11 IT security experts Karsten Desler and Aatish Pattni explain how to assess the threats. Today's global IT infrastructures face a DDoS threat that has never existed before with such massive bandwidths. This issue relates to attack vectors, which can hit companies with a really destructive attack volume due to enormous amplification factors. The largest possible 'amplification reflection vector' to date has been detected in memcached reflection attacks. Cyber criminals can theoretically use the vector to increase their attacks by a factor of 50,000.
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"A single vulnerability is all an attacker needs"~ A cybersecurity saying that fits with the facts even till date. Security incidents frequently make the headlines, and it is always a surprise when the walls of highly protected infrastructures are breached. More often than not, when security attacks happen on organizations, investigative reports only reveal the less intrusive details, and avoid disclosing confidential information that may impact IT security.
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Spotlight

ESET researchers have discovered and analyzed advanced malware, previously undocumented, that has been used in targeted attacks against critical infrastructure organizations in Central and Eastern Europe. The malware, named GreyEnergy by ESET researchers, exhibits many conceptual similarities with BlackEnergy, the malware used in attacks against the Ukrainian energy industry in December 2015. Besides these similarities, there are links that suggest that the group behind GreyEnergy has been working together with the TeleBots group, known in connection with many destructive attacks.

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