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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Spotlight

Small businesses often ignore security precautions. Sometimes it’s due to a lack of resources, other times it’s because they think hackers won’t care. On the contrary, 58% of all malware attacks are targeted at small businesses, because hackers know there is no proper security in place.

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Controls are the Key to Cybersecurity Management Success

Controls are the critical foundation of an effective enterprise cybersecurity program. With more threats, more systems to protect, more tools to deploy and more people to manage, there is constant pressure to move faster and keep up with the ever-changing risk landscape. As a result, there is a need for the organization to have the proper controls in place to manage cybersecurity threats and risks across applications, systems, facilities and third parties.
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Achieving Improved Cybersecurity Posture Across IT & OT Infrastructures

Forescout

Device Visibility has become the key to success for security practitioners when it comes to securing an increasingly more dispersed organisation with multiple data centres, distributed campuses and a mobile workforce. Now, smart devices are connecting previously separated IT and OT networks to automate business operations and boost efficiency introducing another layer of complexity. In this webinar, we will look at the concept of why device visibility poses such a challenge for business, what is getting in the way and why OT and IT convergence has added an extra consideration.
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Tracking attackers. Why attribution matters and how to do it

Black Hills Information Security

In this BHIS webcast we cover some new techniques and tactics on how to track attackers via various honey tokens. We cover how to track with Word Web Bugs in ADHD, and cover the awesome toolkit from Thinkst. We also cover some of the legal ramifications involved in do this. I am covering this for a couple of reasons. First, there are a lot of companies who are selling cyber deception in the form of honeypots, which is cool – but not near enough for attribution. Also, it is time to start gearing up for Black Hat.
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How to Remain Secure, Protect Data, and Stay Compliant in the Face of End of Life Operating Systems

Carbon Black

The ever-changing threat landscape continues to challenge businesses who attempt to protect critical data, improve security posture, and remain compliant. That challenge is intensified when adding the constant risk of operating systems going end of life and pushing endpoints out of compliance against many modern data security laws, regulations, and compliance policies. The risk is too great and businesses can no longer afford to take a passive stance when it comes to maintaining system endpoints and ensuring that vulnerabilities are in check.
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Spotlight

Small businesses often ignore security precautions. Sometimes it’s due to a lack of resources, other times it’s because they think hackers won’t care. On the contrary, 58% of all malware attacks are targeted at small businesses, because hackers know there is no proper security in place.

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