Getting started in digital forensics

Digital forensics is the backbone of investigating cybercrime. It includes identifying, preserving, extracting, analyzing and reporting evidence across computers, mobile devices and networks. Join Keatron Evans, Infosec instructor and Managing Partner at KM Cyber Security, for this on-demand webinar as we discuss: The difference between computer, mobile and network forensics. How a forensics certification can progress your career.
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Industry 4.0 is transforming the manufacturing and industrial landscape by integrating advanced technologies such as the Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI), and cloud computing. While these innovations provide immense benefits, they also ramp up the risk of cyberattacks due to increased connectivity and a lar

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Global Threat Report: The Year of the Next-Gen Cyberattack

Carbon Black

2016 may have been “The Year of the Fileless Attack” and 2017 may have been “The Year of Ransomware,” but 2018 was, in many respects, “The Year of the Next-Gen Cyberattack." These attacks are increasingly being fueled by geopolitical tension and reveal how clever attackers have become in evolving to remain undetected — using techniques such as lateral movement, island hopping and counter incident response to stay invisible. Join our discussion on the latest in threat intelligence including: The most prevalent ransomware and commodity malware families during the past year. Why we're seeing increases in nation-state cyberattacks.
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Understanding privacy regulations and compliance

Baker Tilly

Data is among an organization’s most valuable assets. Its management and protection should be viewed as a mission-critical stewardship rather than mere compliance. Larger and more costly cybersecurity incidents coincide with annually increasing regulatory and liability pressures. Looming U.S. privacy legislation on the horizon coupled with the General Data Protection Regulation’s impacts (Google recently received a $57 million fine), intensifies pressure on organizations to understand their legal compliance obligations and to safeguard private information.
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Cybersecurity and Robotics Systems: Vulnerabilities and Solutions

Our Research Analyst, Satyajit Sinha will be speaking at the RoboBusiness Webinar on July 9th 2020 at 2 PM EST. The topic of the webinar is “Cybersecurity and Robotics Systems: Vulnerabilities and Solutions”. One class of edge products, rarely mentioned in the typical IoT discussions and analyses, also provide for actuation. That is, they are robotic devices. Like other ‘connected’ IoT devices, robotics systems are open to security threats, which can be one roadblock to their widespread deployments. In this session, Counterpoint Research’s Satyajit Sinha will discuss current and future cyber security threats to networked robotics systems, highlighting their vulnerabilities in the process. He will also describe various cyber security solutions and provide a competitive landscape of security solutions for robotics systems.
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Cybersecurity Outlook 2022

Join Omdia, Black Hat and Dark Reading at this free, all-day virtual event offering expert insight on the cyber-threats and trends enterprises will face in the coming year. On December 8, Cybersecurity Outlook 2022 will look at some of the new threats posed by online attackers, as well as evolving products and technologies that may mitigate those threats. You’ll hear from some of the cybersecurity industry’s top thinkers, as well as researchers who have been studying the next wave of cyber vulnerabilities and exploits.
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Industry 4.0 is transforming the manufacturing and industrial landscape by integrating advanced technologies such as the Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI), and cloud computing. While these innovations provide immense benefits, they also ramp up the risk of cyberattacks due to increased connectivity and a lar

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