Last year saw a historic number of data breaches that exposed the personal information of millions of individuals to possible risk. In our new 15-minute webinar, we’ll be joined by the Identity Theft Resource Center (ITRC) to review 2022’s threat trends, the risks to businesses, and how employees and consumers can help protect their identity, credit and other personal data.
To successfully stop hackers, you need to understand them; how their minds work, what their goals are, and which techniques they use to break through your defenses. In this special edition of QRadar’s Under the Radar technical demo series, NA Security Architect and QRadar expert Jose Bravo will demonstrate first hand the sophisticated ways in which hackers today compromise Windows systems, even when they are fully patched and have antivirus deployments. He will then walk through how QRadar is able to detect these SIE technology-evading attacks, keeping your most vital data safe from unwanted eyes.
As more organizations use a combination of their on-premises network and Amazon Web Services (AWS) to deliver services and applications, they are struggling to ensure their workloads are secure and compliant. More importantly, they need a way to satisfy these requirements in an efficient, cloud-native way to ensure security is effective.
2018 is the year of high volume DDoS attacks. Since the emergence of the new attack vector memcached reflection in February, new bandwidth records have been set. Companies worldwide suddenly found themselves exposed to a new DDoS risk. In a webinar, the Link11 IT security experts Karsten Desler and Aatish Pattni explain how to assess the threats. Today's global IT infrastructures face a DDoS threat that has never existed before with such massive bandwidths. This issue relates to attack vectors, which can hit companies with a really destructive attack volume due to enormous amplification factors. The largest possible 'amplification reflection vector' to date has been detected in memcached reflection attacks. Cyber criminals can theoretically use the vector to increase their attacks by a factor of 50,000.