How Zero Trust can help protect financial services networks

Forescout

Is Zero Trust really achievable given the complexity in financial service organisations, especially considering limited staff, mergers and acquisitions and compliance pressures? Join SC and ForeScout to learn how to embrace Zero Trust to: Proactively combat today’s high frequency and sophistication of cyberattack. Gain unparalleled situational awareness of malicious activity. Prevent the transfer of sensitive data and money. Simplify adherence to compliance regulations.
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Spotlight

Social media is an unprecedented phenomenon that has opened new worlds of opportunity for organizations around the globe. While the potential and rewards are seemingly limitless, so are the challenges and risks. Savvy organizations are making it a priority to re-think outdated ‘Internet’ policies to include social media, bringing significant changes to their security posture. Today the lines between an individual’s work persona and private persona are increasingly blurred. Forums, blogs, and popular social networks like Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter are just the tip of the social media iceberg. The ubiquitous nature of smartphones and other mobile devices has made the ‘anywhere, anytime’ Internet a reality, and sensitive company information is no longer confined to the limits of the corporate perimeter. Social platforms are thriving, but so are schemes to use them for crime and ill will. Risks such as data leakage pose the biggest threat to most organizations. Social media ‘squatting’ and sophisticated social engineering schemes are changing the landscape for security professionals, with consequences ranging from brand reputation damage and lost productivity to potential physical harm to employees and executives.

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RSA 2018 - What’s Hot in the Cyber Security Space

Security Boulevard

Love it or hate, the annual RSA Conference (RSAC) in San Francisco is the largest cyber security conference in world. It is where the world comes to talk and learn security. Inevitably every year at RSAC there are some technologies that become the industry buzzwords and hot buttons. These generally stay on top of mind in the security industry for the rest of the year and beyond. In past years topics like cloud security, NAC, machine learning, threat analysis and more have launched entire ecosystems coming out of RSAC.
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Threat Hunting Reimagined

Devo

Threat hunting is a challenging, complex and time consuming exploratory activity. Threat hunters must explore, prioritize & investigate threats, gather data with context, connect disparate pieces of data, and conduct rapid and relevant analysis. Unfortunately today's tools get in the way and prevent the analyst from doing what they do best - hunt threats. Join our webinar and see firsthand how threat hunting teams can realize their full potential. With Devo, threat hunters can: Analyze real-time streaming and historical data at petabyte scale.
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TLS/SSL Inspection for Stronger Cybersecurity

With cyberattacks becoming easier and cheaper to launch, it’s no surprise that 80.5% of technology leaders consider cyber attacks at their organization likely. Pulse and A10 Networks surveyed 200 technology leaders to find out how their companies are thinking about SSL inspection and decryption solutions as part of a Zero Trust strategy.
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Managing Cyber Security Risks

Ever wonder how businesses get exposed to cyber-attacks like ransomware, phishing, social engineering scams, and more? Is your organization vulnerable to these threats? If you are uncertain about the vulnerabilities in your business that could lead to a major loss in productivity, revenue… or worse… attend this webinar and learn how to identify risk factors and bolster your organization’s defenses.
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Spotlight

Social media is an unprecedented phenomenon that has opened new worlds of opportunity for organizations around the globe. While the potential and rewards are seemingly limitless, so are the challenges and risks. Savvy organizations are making it a priority to re-think outdated ‘Internet’ policies to include social media, bringing significant changes to their security posture. Today the lines between an individual’s work persona and private persona are increasingly blurred. Forums, blogs, and popular social networks like Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter are just the tip of the social media iceberg. The ubiquitous nature of smartphones and other mobile devices has made the ‘anywhere, anytime’ Internet a reality, and sensitive company information is no longer confined to the limits of the corporate perimeter. Social platforms are thriving, but so are schemes to use them for crime and ill will. Risks such as data leakage pose the biggest threat to most organizations. Social media ‘squatting’ and sophisticated social engineering schemes are changing the landscape for security professionals, with consequences ranging from brand reputation damage and lost productivity to potential physical harm to employees and executives.

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