Fighting Cyberespionage: Protecting Enterprise from the Enemy Outside & Within

The protection of your organization's trade secrets, collected PII data, and confidential matters are your top priority. The same is an attractive asset for thousands of hackers around the world looking to profit or gain a competitive advantage that could damage the integrity and success of your organization’s objectives. In this webinar, join three seasoned cybersecurity experts as they present the trends in cyberespionage and discuss: • What makes organizations vulnerable to cyberespionage • Why cyberespionage activity can vary across industries based on hacking drivers • How a combined security approach that focuses not just on external threat actors but also privileged insiders can help identify spying activity in the enterprise
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As breaches continue to cause significant damage to organizations, security consciousness is shifting from traditional perimeter defense to a holistic understanding of what is causing the damage and where organizations are exposed. Although many attacks are from an external source, attacks from within often cause the most damage.


Desktop Support and Data Breaches: The Unknown Dangers

"According to the 2014 HDI Desktop Support Practices & Salary Report, remote control tops the “must have” list of technologies to successfully provide desktop support to end users. Unfortunately, many service desks are using legacy remote access tools that often leave security gaps putting companies at higher risk of data breaches. This is not a new or unknown issue. Often, IT departments don’t realize the tools they’re using to provide tech support are also being compromised by hackers to plant malware and steal data. According to the 2013 Trustwave Global Security Report, legacy remote access tools such as RDP and VNC are cited year after year as the most common attack pathways used by hackers. So if remote control tools top the must-have list, what can service desks do to securely support their users without putting their organizations at risk?"

New Strategies For Protecting Sensitive Unstructured Content and Data

"Today, data security breaches occur more frequently than ever before. No business is safe from risk. For this reason, new strategies are required to protect your most important business assets in 2015. In this video, experts in DLP and DRM from Neocol will share the Strategic Framework for Data Protection necessary to safeguard your organization's unstructured ""crown jewels"" - without restricting employee productivity. Learn how you can achieve the best of both worlds . . . - Efficiently discover and use data that supports legitimate employee work - Protect the business from unstructured data loss, whether in motion or at rest - even beyond the perimeter"

Re-defining Network Security Performance: Beyond Just Firewalls

"Today’s IT professionals need security firewalls that do more than just packet filtering and stateful inspection. It’s critical that network pros redefine which metrics will actually ensure their security solutions will not be a performance bottleneck. This webinar digs into today’s firewall solutions, exploring their capabilities and providing pointers for selecting the solution that best meets IT security and performance requirements. What You Will Learn Why packet filtering and IPS aren’t the only performance metrics that matter The performance impact of running multiple security services How to select in-line security products that meet today’s multi-function security needs"

Cybersecurity - Know the Risks and Protect Your Company

Hunton & Williams LLP

Cybersecurity and data privacy are among the most pressing issues facing companies today. Companies must proactively take steps to protect themselves against the risks arising from the loss or compromise of personal data, intellectual property and other proprietary information. This webinar will cover the privacy and cybersecurity issues faced by most global organizations, and explain steps that can be taken to reduce corporate risk arising from these issues.