How to Scale Mobile Application Security Testing

NowSecure

Mobile devices have permeated our personal lives, and increasingly impact all types of enterprise. The information security industry is just beginning to catch up to the dramatic impact of mobile. Since inception, NowSecure has focused entirely on mobile. Join Sam Bakken as he shares insights into 5 key challenges facing mobile enterprise.
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Spotlight

A new study says Tampa is one of the hardest hit cities in the country when it comes to computer viruses. It was ranked #2 for malware infections per person. Tampa is 842% above the national average, others in the top 5 include Little Rock, St. Louis, Orlando and Denver. Because there are so many different types of infections, it's really hard to say why any one area would be more susceptible than another. However, this is an easy problem to prevent.


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One Firewall to Rule them All!

Fortinet

The firewall wars have caused nothing but confusion in the market. Lines have been drawn between UTM and NGFW; are they different or are they the same thing? Unfortunately that confusion has led to introducing complexity and vulnerability in enterprise networks. There is a better way. Rather than fighting through a sea of acronyms, focus on what’s really important - How can I simplify my security infrastructure and improve my ability to fight off advanced attacks, no matter where they occur in the network?
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Webinar: Information Security, HR’s Role in Protecting Vital Company and Customer Information

Firms of all sizes have a need to control sensitive information. Some companies may have confidential customer information that if lost could lead to legal liabilities and loss of customer confidence. Other firms are concerned about protecting valuable intellectual property. In either case, HR can play an important role in helping to maintain security. Our one hour webinar will focus on three significant aspects of information security: employee selection, monitoring and controls.This educational webinar has been submitted to the HR Certification Institute (HRCI) for 1 general hour of continuing education credit towards PHR, SPHR and GPHR certifications.When: Thursday, May 15, 2014, 1:00 PM–2:00 PM
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"The State of Web Security: An Analysis of Common Malware Attacks"

menlo security

"There are now more than 1 billion websites in existence, with more than 100,000 additional ones created every day. The Web is the primary attack vector for the vast majority of malware. Join Kowsik Guruswamy, CTO of Menlo Security, as he presents the findings of a recent study on the security vulnerabilities of the world's most popular websites. This webinar will cover: - A review of the findings of a recent Menlo Security Vulnerability report into the top 1m website and their security vulnerabilities. - An analysis of the current state of web security, it's evolution and why it is not effective in blocking modern malware attacks. - An introduction to the concept of ""Isolation Security'. - A demonstration of the innovation Menlo Security Isolation Platform, illustrating how to eliminate web-borne malware."
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Changing Your Mindset for Better Security

It's been said that defensive driving is about "driving for the other cars on the road." The same can be said for setting your organization's security strategy and "to think like your enemy". It's a sound practice which focuses on infosecurity practitioners putting themselves in the shoes of their attackers and anticipating where the next threat may be coming from. Using advanced analytics to compile simplified reporting can help to streamline your these efforts, enabling you to more clearly see the threats the attackers may be using and helping you to react faster. Join (ISC)2and NopSec on April 9, 2015 at 1:00PM for a discussion on vulnerability and threat analytics to better secure an organization
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Spotlight

A new study says Tampa is one of the hardest hit cities in the country when it comes to computer viruses. It was ranked #2 for malware infections per person. Tampa is 842% above the national average, others in the top 5 include Little Rock, St. Louis, Orlando and Denver. Because there are so many different types of infections, it's really hard to say why any one area would be more susceptible than another. However, this is an easy problem to prevent.

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