Gaining Control of Compliance Mandates, Security Threats, & Data Leaks

Downtime is measured in millions of dollars per minute. Constant security threats and intense scrutiny by regulators and auditors require complete visibility and accountability, both in real-time and historically. During this session we will cover how you can leverage the logs that you are already collecting to achieve regulatory compliance, protect valuable customer information and improve the efficiency of your IT operations team. This webcast will also feature a real world case study.
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Is Malware Winning? It does not look like things are getting better in the world of cybersecurity… powerful ransomware, breaches affecting 100+ million people, state-sponsored attacks and unprecedented vulnerabilities. Just think back to 2017 that saw WannaCry ransomware, NotPetya wiper malware, and the Equifax breach, to name just a few incidents. Shipping giant Maersk estimates that the “NotPetya cyberattack cost it $250m-$300m in lost business.”1 Already this year, Meltdown and Specter vulnerabilities have affected computing environments at a scale not seen before. According to a SANS survey, 53% of organizations have experienced an endpoint compromise within the last two years.


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Break Out Of the Security Silo with Adaptive Platforms

Intel Security

The latest targeted attacks are driving a shake-up in security architectures. Today’s targeted attacker is adaptive, persistent and can easily bypasses controls that exist in traditional silos. What this means is that disconnected security controls now have to be integrated and that you may well have to consider deploying adaptive security platforms.

"REVEALED: The Global Expansion of Malware Attacks"

"Drawing on data gathered from nearly 40,000 unique cyber attacks (more than 100 per day) and over 22 million malware command and control (CnC) communications, the Advanced Threat Report provides a global look into cyber attacks that routinely bypass traditional defenses such as firewalls, next-generation firewalls, IPS, antivirus and security gateways. Join FireEye's Greg Day, VP & CTO for EMEA, for an overview of the current threat landscape, evolving advanced persistent threat (APT) tactics, and the countries where advanced attacks are most prevalent today. In addition, Greg will look at trends taking place in specific industries. "

DNS Firewall: Securing Networks In a Rapidly Changing Landscape

Verisign

Cyber threats are at an all-time high, presenting numerous challenges to organizations and end users. Additionally, with the increasing importance of mobile devices and Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) initiatives, endpoint management and security is becoming more critical. In light of these trends, proactively protecting against threats is a constant and ever-changing battle. Verisign DNS Firewall is a cloud-based network security and threat intelligence service built upon our global recursive DNS platform that offers robust protection from unwanted content and malware as well as customizable filtering down to the individual DNS level. Verisign DNS Firewall provides organizations with the opportunity to secure the rapidly growing landscape of devices on their networks with a single, simple modification – an update of the recursive DNS settings.

How Splunk + Digital Guardian Protect Data from Advanced Threats

"Attacks may be inevitable, but with Digital Guardian loss of sensitive data is not. This webinar will explore several customer use cases and show how Security Analysts and Incident Responders can harness the power of Splunk® Enterprise search across Digital Guardian event data to: - Detect threats - Prioritize threats - Respond to threats Examples include insider attacks and APTs, and will show how Digital Guardian data can provide valuable context for correlation with threat data from other security solutions in Splunk"

Spotlight

Is Malware Winning? It does not look like things are getting better in the world of cybersecurity… powerful ransomware, breaches affecting 100+ million people, state-sponsored attacks and unprecedented vulnerabilities. Just think back to 2017 that saw WannaCry ransomware, NotPetya wiper malware, and the Equifax breach, to name just a few incidents. Shipping giant Maersk estimates that the “NotPetya cyberattack cost it $250m-$300m in lost business.”1 Already this year, Meltdown and Specter vulnerabilities have affected computing environments at a scale not seen before. According to a SANS survey, 53% of organizations have experienced an endpoint compromise within the last two years.

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