Building Blocks for Your IT Security Program

AT&T Cybersecurity

Implementing effective asset discovery and vulnerability assessment are two of the most important first steps in improving IT security. Before you can protect your environment, you need to understand what assets you have across your cloud and on-premises environments, and be able to identify and prioritize vulnerabilities.
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Keeping an inventory of authorized and unauthorized software Having visibility over the software in your network can help you identify and remove prohibited software as well as the risk of unknown software exploitations. Keeping an inventory of authorized and unauthorized software Having visibility over the software in your network can help you identify and remove prohibited software as well as the risk of unknown software exploitations.

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After updatein The Expanding Attack Surface: 5 Tips to Manage Third-Party Risk

BitSight

As organizations increase their reliance on third-party vendors for outsourced solutions, they expand their attack surface. Today’s digital environment offers tremendous opportunities for modern organizations. At the same time, there is more risk. Vulnerabilities and infections plague organizations around the globe — and their numbers continue to rise. The tips discussed in this webinar will help you start managing third-party risk to centralize your program and get a preliminary perspective of the risks you face. Once this foundation is established, you can build on it and shift to a more proactive approach to managing third-party risk — and limiting your exposure.
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How To Create a Successful Cyber-Security Policy

DP Solutions

As security breaches become the new normal, having a cyber-security policy in place for your organization becomes essential. Technology alone cannot prevent a cyber-attack; therefore, businesses need to create a culture of security among their staff. The best way to do this is with cyber-security policies: a series of rules that define what end users may or may not do with their technology. In this on-demand webinar, DP Solutions’ Senior IT Risk Advisor Ben Schmerler discusses how to develop a solid and reasonable policy for your organization. From this webinar, you will learn: What information should be covered in your policies. Special considerations such as mobile devices, social media, compliance or legal concerns. How to properly document your policies. How to determine if your employees are following the policies. Technology options to enforce the policies.
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Deploying Secure Modern Apps in Evolving Infrastructures

Security Boulevard

Software development is changing. It is now measured in days instead of months. Microservice architectures are preferred over monolithic centralized app architecture, and cloud is the preferred environment over hardware that must be owned and maintained. In this webinar, we examine how these new software development practices have changed web application security and review a new approach to protecting assets at the web application layer.
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Mobile Security App-titude: Best Practices for Secure App Design and Data Privacy

Malicious attacks on mobile applications are on the rise, presenting significant security and privacy risk to consumer data. Each data storage touchpoint is an additional attack surface. With CCPA data privacy regulations kicking in this year, companies need to be more aware of what data they keep and where it’s stored. Maintaining a zero-trust mentality and incorporating security by design is essential for keeping your mobile environment secure.
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Spotlight

Keeping an inventory of authorized and unauthorized software Having visibility over the software in your network can help you identify and remove prohibited software as well as the risk of unknown software exploitations. Keeping an inventory of authorized and unauthorized software Having visibility over the software in your network can help you identify and remove prohibited software as well as the risk of unknown software exploitations.

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