Cybersecurity Ratings Part 3: The Third Way

BitSight

Learn how BitSight Security Ratings are used to monitor and manage third-party cyber risk. The third part of this (ISC)² webinar series explores how BitSight Security Ratings help organizations tackle third-party supplier risk management challenges. Bob Lewis (Former Head of External Cyber Assurance and Monitoring, Barclays UK) and Nick Trigg (BitSight Risk Consultant) share real life examples of business challenges within third-party risk and considerations when addressing those challenges.
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Spotlight

There is a considerable amount of market confusion around the types of threat detection, how they are derived, and the uses for each. The purpose of this paper is to address those challenges by identifying the four types of threat detection and offering sample use-cases focused on industrial control system (ICS) and industrial internet of things (IIoT) environments. ThreatDetection: TheMostImportant Function Threat detection plays an outsized role in cybersecurity as arguably the most important function in an “assume breach” world.

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Investigating the Hacker Lifecycle

AITP

One of the hottest topics at RSA San Francisco 2019 was the Mitre ATT&CK framework. Along with the Lockheed-Martin Kill Chain, it has become a standard reference model for cybersecurity professionals. Specifically, it is used to describe each stage of an attack. Pen testers, security analysts and Security Operations Center (SOC) professionals must learn how to mature their operations, as well as hone the skills of red team and blue team workers.
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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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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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Comprehensive Breach Protection from Network to Endpoint

Carbon black

The number of threats that can impact an organization is far greater than the number to which most analysts can manually respond. This problem is amplified by the sheer volume of alerts generated by existing tools, and the difficult task of prioritizing each one. By the time a threat is detected, investigated and manually remediated, dwell time has already been significant, increasing the risk of damage. BluVector and Carbon Black work together to provide an integrated solution for end-to-end and immediate protection from advanced malware, while also driving efficiency improvements across an organization.
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Spotlight

There is a considerable amount of market confusion around the types of threat detection, how they are derived, and the uses for each. The purpose of this paper is to address those challenges by identifying the four types of threat detection and offering sample use-cases focused on industrial control system (ICS) and industrial internet of things (IIoT) environments. ThreatDetection: TheMostImportant Function Threat detection plays an outsized role in cybersecurity as arguably the most important function in an “assume breach” world.

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