From Zero to Immediate Impact with Foundational Endpoint Security

From Zero to Immediate Impact with Foundational Endpoint Security
In the era of a highly mobile workforce, endpoints offer access to corporate resources from virtually anywhere in the world. While this helps offer flexibility to hybrid and remote workers, it also has made an attacker’s job that much easier.
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How to Review a Vendor's Cybersecurity Program

With the increase in data breaches, cybersecurity continues to be a hot issue. It's critical that you understand your vendor's cybersecurity posture to protect your organization in the incident of a cybersecurity threat or attack. The time to prepare is now! This session will discuss what to ask for from your vendors, how to review a vendor's cybersecurity, and what you can do as an organization to stay prepared.
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Thinking Like a Cyber Attacker: Strategies for Defense

Veracode

Increasingly, enterprises are discovering that the best way to test and defend their organization is to view their IT environment from the perspective of an attacker. But how do you predict an attacker's motives and simulate their methods, and how do you know that you aren’t overlooking key vulnerabilities? In this Dark Reading webinar, experts discuss methods for testing your security’s mettle by thinking like your adversary.
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Trends in Privacy and Data Security

Privacy and data security remains a central issue, capturing the attention of consumers, regulators, and boards of directors. In this complimentary webinar, Mel Gates, Senior Legal Editor of Privacy and Data Security at Thomson Reuters, will cover: Data privacy compliance issues, with a special focus on the GDPR, Brexit, and the
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How to Leverage Hacking Competitions as an Educational and Recruitment Tool

HealthcareInfoSecurity

One of the most-heard complaints from security experts is that often they find their work repetitive ("The CFO's laptop has been compromised... again!"), which results in the desire of trying something "new", meaning "leave for another company." Another common complaint is that the work is very compartmentalized, and there are few occasions in which the various security specialists can enjoy working as a team. One activity that can help build a team while improving the security skills of the people involved is participating in Capture the Flag (CTF) hacking competitions. In 2003 at the University of California at Santa Barbara, one of the world's largest attack-defense CTF competitions began and has grown year-after-year, pushing the limits of the players and providing opportunities for better learning. In addition, hacking competitions are a great opportunity for recruiting new talent: CTF participants are highly skilled, well-motivated, and hard-working, which are great traits for a future employee.
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