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

Starting with the 2007-9 financial crisis, which exposed the fallacy in the idea that any market participant is "too big to fail", banks and their traders have recognized a need to get smarter about counterparty credit risk. As a result, concepts such as credit valuation adjustment (CVA) have evolved from a useful accounting measure into a pricing measure for traders and a key aspect of Basel III compliance.

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Building Blocks for Your 2019 IT Security Program

AT&T

Is one of your New Year's resolutions to reduce your cyber risk in 2019? If so, do you know where to start? Join us for this special session webcast, in which we'll discuss the building blocks that make for an effective security and compliance program for organizations of any size.
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Security Industry Financials – A Closer Look

Sia

Equities performed exceptionally well in 2017 on the back of strong corporate earnings, lax monetary policy, and the passing of major tax reforms. Notwithstanding the strength seen for a majority of the year, 2018 has been off to a rocky start, with volatility seen in both the debt and equity markets. Mack explained that where we are with tax reform and the strength in the economy that the security industry will continue to see reasonable growth in the equity capital markets over the next several years.
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2022 Cyber Challenges & Industry Intelligence Study

The modern security organization is fueled by intelligence, advanced technology, and more knowledgeable professionals than any other point in history. However, the endless war that started at the dawn of connectivity often sees the same challenges as we do today and much of this stems from the misconception that organizations must fight threat actors on their own. This myth continues to create siloes, both internally and externally, and prevents teams from gaining necessary threat visibility or reducing overloaded analysts workload.
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Key Steps to Identify Risk & Master Vendor Risk Management

BitSight

In today’s interconnected technology ecosystem, companies increasingly rely on third-party vendors to meet their operational needs. However, the current state of vendor risk management (VRM) is bleak. More than half of all information security breaches are caused by third-party vendors, and according to Deloitte, 83% of today’s business leaders lack confidence in third-party VRM processes. Understanding and managing cyber risk posed by vendors, suppliers, and third parties has proven to be a difficult task. The right mix of people, processes, and technology result in the most effective and comprehensive program.
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Spotlight

Starting with the 2007-9 financial crisis, which exposed the fallacy in the idea that any market participant is "too big to fail", banks and their traders have recognized a need to get smarter about counterparty credit risk. As a result, concepts such as credit valuation adjustment (CVA) have evolved from a useful accounting measure into a pricing measure for traders and a key aspect of Basel III compliance.

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