California Consumer Privacy Act: Are You Prepared for 2020?

InfoSec Institute

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), which gives residents more control over the use of their data and regulators increased powers to punish organizations, goes into effect on January 1, 2020. With California recently becoming the fifth largest economy in the world, the CPPA is expected to have wide-reaching impact.
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Staying on top of the latest web exploits can be a challenge for Network Admins who are worried about simply keeping up with all the day-to-day management tasks required by a complex environment.

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How to Enforce Threat Intelligence at Your Perimeter

HealthcareInfoSecurity

Be it public, commercial, or private, cyber threat intelligence comes from many different sources and plays a vital role in an organization's cybersecurity strategy. But threat intelligence by itself is useless unless it can be made actionable. So once you have that intelligence in hand, how do you enforce it at the perimeter of your network? Register for this webinar and learn about: Utilizing threat intelligence from a variety of sources; How stateless technology at the network perimeter can take the load off stateful devices such as NextGen Firewalls.
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Key Insights Into Today's Risk Management Landscape

BitSight

Today, cyber risk management affects organizations of all sizes across all industries. With data breaches on the rise and sensitive client information increasingly at risk, businesses need to elevate their existing risk management strategies to become more comprehensive. To proactively mitigate risk, organizations need to create a lasting risk management program that can scale with the growth of their business and sustain the changing risk landscape.
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Security Analytics: How to Identify True Risks to Your Data

Imperva

The exponential growth of users, apps, and data has led to an increase in legitimate data access, complicating the task of determining whether data access is appropriate. Traditional security approaches tend to lock things down and limit data usage by deploying broad sets of security policies. Companies that take this approach, however, are still suffering from data breaches. In the meantime, security teams are often overwhelmed with a significant amount of alerts that don’t provide actionable insights.
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5 steps every charity should take to improve their cyber security

NCSC

On Thursday 7th March at 1pm we'll be collaborating with NCSC for a second time to explore the 5 steps every charity should take to improve their cyber security. The first webinar of this series focused on the threats charities face from cyber attacks and the effect this could have on their organisation. In this session, we’ll look at the simple, free or low cost steps every charity should be taking to protect themselves online.
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Staying on top of the latest web exploits can be a challenge for Network Admins who are worried about simply keeping up with all the day-to-day management tasks required by a complex environment.

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