Investigating the Hacker Lifecycle

AITP

One of the hottest topics at RSA San Francisco 2019 was the Mitre ATT&CK framework. Along with the Lockheed-Martin Kill Chain, it has become a standard reference model for cybersecurity professionals. Specifically, it is used to describe each stage of an attack. Pen testers, security analysts and Security Operations Center (SOC) professionals must learn how to mature their operations, as well as hone the skills of red team and blue team workers.
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Spotlight

Defeating the growing threat of ransomware Ransomware is notoriously difficult to stop. Once it infects devices, its victims face the hard decision of either paying the attackers for a key to unlock the data or forever losing their files. A recent Malwarebytes-sponsored global survey of IT executives¹ demonstrates the scale of the business threat. Thirty-nine percent of the organizations surveyed had been impacted by a ransomware attack during the previous 12 months. Across the various industries surveyed, ransomware attacks were most common in the healthcare and financial services-related industries, including banking and insurance.

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Overcoming Unstructured Data Security and Privacy Choke Points

HealthcareInfoSecurity

Why do so many data loss prevention projects either stall or de-scope? Why with significant industry expenditures in the space do we continue to experience record-breaking instances of data breaches and exfiltration? What are the latest methodologies and technologies security and privacy executives should consider to protect their sensitive data and comply with ever-increasing and pervasive privacy regulations such as GDPR and CCPA. Join Deborah Kish, former Gartner data security analyst, as she shares insights gleaned from hundreds of sessions with CISO, CIO, CDO, CPO and CCOs to offer an insider's playbook to implementing an unstructured data security and privacy program.
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The Value of Diversity and Inclusion for Law Departments

The recent Thomson Reuters/Acritas 2019 State of the Corporate Law Department report found that gender-diverse teams achieved significantly higher performance ratings, mirroring earlier research on corporate boards and teams in general. Similar results have been shown for other categories of diversity. The facts are clear: diver
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Demystifying AI for Cyber Security

Eurofins Scientific

From vulnerable IoT devices to unsuspecting insiders, the reality of cyber security today is that we don’t know what’s lurking inside our networks. Faced with a looming shortage in cyber security skills professionals, combined with sophisticated threat-actors expanding their toolsets, AI-powered technology offers a proven approach to combat the threats that could already be inside the network – before they escalate into a crisis. Join Eurofins’s VP of Cyber Security, Sean Walls, and Darktrace’s Director of Enterprise Cyber Security, David Masson, to discuss how advances in autonomous AI are shaping the way security teams visualize, detect, and respond to emerging threats – all in real time.
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How to Establish Visibility, Governance and a Security Culture for Multi-Cloud

Dimension Data

Is cloud security your top priority, or it is languishing somewhere on a never-ending to do list? A user-driven cloud revolution has left IT and security professionals struggling to establish visibility of data and services, and unable to regain control of the risks associated with dispersed data and multiple cloud identities. So how should organizations regain control and begin putting the “frogs back into the box” for multi-cloud security? In this webinar, we will look at how to get ahead with cloud, build a ‘cloud culture’ into your business, underpinned by a platform approach to avoid further complicating the picture to get the most from the cloud, whilst also managing the challenges of data everywhere, multiple cloud identities, mobile connections and global compliance.
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Spotlight

Defeating the growing threat of ransomware Ransomware is notoriously difficult to stop. Once it infects devices, its victims face the hard decision of either paying the attackers for a key to unlock the data or forever losing their files. A recent Malwarebytes-sponsored global survey of IT executives¹ demonstrates the scale of the business threat. Thirty-nine percent of the organizations surveyed had been impacted by a ransomware attack during the previous 12 months. Across the various industries surveyed, ransomware attacks were most common in the healthcare and financial services-related industries, including banking and insurance.

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