Overcoming the Challenges of Credentialed Scanning

Tenable

Get the visibility you need to build an effective cyber exposure plan. You know authenticated or credentialed scanning provides more detail about your existing assets, along with the deepest possible understanding of the exposures in your environment. So why aren’t you taking more advantage of authenticated scanning? When we talk to security professionals who are hesitant to run credentialed scans, their story hasn't changed much in over 8 years. Two things stand out: Lack of trust. They're uncomfortable inputting credentials into a third-party, less-trusted source. Too much information. The tsunami of data generated by credentialed scanning is challenging to prioritize. If you're not taking full advantage of credentialed scanning, you need to watch this on-demand webinar to learn how Tenable and CyberArk integrate to: Provide details on what don’t you know about your environment, giving you a complete cyber exposure view.
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Spotlight

It’s a never ending cat-and-mouse game: bad guys develop malware and good guys try to detect and mitigate malware to protect the end user. Whenever manufacturers of antivirus software come up with a new method of detecting malicious code or files, hackers find a way to circumvent that technique. One particularly elegant technique of transmitting and executing malware has gained popularity in the last couple of years with both hackers and pentesters alike: Microsoft’s built-in tool PowerShell. It provided a convenient way of executing code directly in-memory without ever touching the disk. Since many antivirus products relied on scanning executables which are written on the disk, this attack vector was completely invisible to them.

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Are you Ready to Demystify the Dark Web with IBM IRIS?

IBM

Dark web forums and marketplaces can be treasure troves of data on threat actor activities, motivations, and capabilities. Often organizations desiring to obtain this valuable information attempt to conduct their own dark web research. However, what they usually learn too late is that setting up effective, efficient dark web access can be costly, difficult, and dangerous to the organization. This webinar covers the challenges setting up a dark web collection apparatus, and why for most organizations using an independent provider makes more sense.
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On-demand Webinar: IoT and Cybersecurity

Use your next 30 minutes to update you on IoT and Cybersecurity. During this on-demand webinar we are going to talk about Cyber security threats and challenges towards global or regional regulatory alignment? Standards and certifications Nemko Cyber Security Assurance services The schemes Key factors for the manufacturer to cover Common Criteria
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The New Intelligent Edge

AI. 5G. CLOUD. THE WORLD IS DIGITALLY TRANSFORMING. ARE YOU READY FOR THE NEW INTELLIGENT EDGE? Learn about the four drivers of digital transformation at the intelligent edge and the key questions that will help architect your success. By 2025, an estimated 41 billion connected devices will be generating some 80 zettabytes of da
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Automating Cybersecurity Functions in Your Enterprise: A Dark Reading Webcast

Secureworks:

Organizations face tremendous challenges when trying to keep pace with the volume of cyber incidents they are seeing today. Information security leaders are looking to the benefits of security orchestration and automation to relieve the strain on their incident response teams. While the promise of orchestration is great, achieving success requires great care in choosing which processes and investigative actions to automate.
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Spotlight

It’s a never ending cat-and-mouse game: bad guys develop malware and good guys try to detect and mitigate malware to protect the end user. Whenever manufacturers of antivirus software come up with a new method of detecting malicious code or files, hackers find a way to circumvent that technique. One particularly elegant technique of transmitting and executing malware has gained popularity in the last couple of years with both hackers and pentesters alike: Microsoft’s built-in tool PowerShell. It provided a convenient way of executing code directly in-memory without ever touching the disk. Since many antivirus products relied on scanning executables which are written on the disk, this attack vector was completely invisible to them.

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