Grow Your Own...Social Engineering, Corporate Culture and the Insider Threat

Organisations of all sizes and types unwittingly, but actively, assist both Social Engineering and more technical attacks on their businesses through their own corporate culture, habits and management style.  Whether it be through a management style of arrogance or bullying, through poor supplier management or through the naiveté that comes with having plentiful resources & being a household name, firms are encouraging external attacks and growing their own risk of internal threats, primarily through having the wrong attitude and organisational behavioural traits.  In this webinar, Social Engineer and People Hacker, Jenny Radcliffe explains why this is the case and discusses what organisations can do to adapt their culture in order to repel, rather than attract, the attackers.
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When Prevention Fails...

"When prevention fails, your only hope is detection. Security defense plans are relying on detection and response knowing preventive defenses are declining in effectiveness. The balance between preventive and detective defenses is the big security shift for 2015, and knowing the process cycles, skills and technologies is vital for success. Detection and response is more than a point solution, learn the four phases for detection on your network in this webcast. - Four detection phases for your network - Integrating key technologies required for detection - Processes to mine big data for actionable intelligence - Detection skills sets, costs and resource requirements - Analyzing all the data all the time, options for success"

The New School of Cyber Defense

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Critical Considerations for Securely Mobilizing Your Workforce–Any App, Anytime

Enabling your mobile workforce is not a one-time effort but a journey. Various mobility considerations will undoubtedly come into play requiring IT to make decisions around what enterprise mobile apps to roll out to various employees and with what kind of access policies. Do you need to deliver mobile device access to existing web applications? Do you need to develop new native mobile apps – for your employees or your customers? And then what’s the best way to manage and secure these mobile apps? Please join Arun Bhattacharya and Tyson Whitten from CA Technologies as they provide customer validated recipes for securely enabling your mobile workforce, while covering everyday use cases for mobile app development, management and security