Cyberthreats in the Internet of Things


On July 16, 2019, Nathan Salminen, Allison Holt, and Paul Otto from the Hogan Lovells Privacy and Cybersecurity and Litigation teams presented a webinar, “Cyberthreats in the Internet of Things” where they explored some techniques that can be used to exploit potential vulnerabilities in connected devices and how those types of events impact organizations from a regulatory and litigation perspective. Many of the nearly 20 billion Internet of Things (IoT) devices deployed worldwide perform critical functions or have access to networks that process highly sensitive information. The proliferation of connected devices across industry sectors has led to the emergence of a significant and distinct threat to many types of organizations, from electric utilities deploying IoT devices across its smart grid to financial institutions using IoT devices in conference rooms that may connect to the same network that financial data flows through.
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Threat actors are using social media to target enterprises and their customers with fraudulent accounts. The nature of instant sharing on social media means organizations can face swift reputation damage or financial loss if they fall victim to one of the many threat types used on these platforms. In order to effectively protect


How to Spot a Phishing Email – 5 Signs to Look Out For


This attempt went on to ask why the sender wouldn’t pay an “invoice” attached to the email. Our IT staff later confirmed this attachment carried a ransomware payload. Like the confusing influx of different Oreo flavors in recent years (cotton candy Oreos, really?), the variety of phishing email attempts has blossomed. The “shock and awe” method described above is not a new tactic, though the use of vulgarity seems to be a relatively new variation. Fake shipping confirmations. Tax-related W-2 requests. Emails requesting password resets for social media accounts, online banking, you name it. These are just a few ways scammers use social engineering to bypass technological safeguards and compromise sensitive data.
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Under the Radar – The Future of Undetected Malware


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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Navigating the IT Security Certification Labyrinth


Cybersecurity remains a top priority for IT teams, but how can you prepare you and your team with the right skills? One of the challenges in IT security is the complex web of 200-300 different IT certifications. How can you navigate the IT security certification labyrinth and identify the best pathway for you and your team?
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Adopting a proactive approach to security with Extended Security Posture Management (XSPM)

Don’t miss Omdia’s expert cybersecurity analysts as they discuss Extended Security Posture Management (XSPM), a new proactive approach destined to help organizations reevaluate security programs and investments, asses the effectiveness of their end-to-end security, and how to get the data needed to make better decisions on risk management.
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