Practical Risk Management Steps for the Threat Hunter

Simplilearn

What is threat hunting and why is this field gaining popularity among security organizations? Threat hunting emphasizes on a proactive approach to security and encourages organizations to anticipate and manage potential security breaches and hacks. Join Dr. James Stanger, Sr Director of Products at CompTIA, in a live webinar as he walks us through the critical areas of threat hunting and how this can enhance current cyber security measures for organizations.
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Spotlight

The malicious programs known as ransomware have attracted a significant amount of coverage in the mainstream media over the last few years, as major companies and organizations announced that their operations had been affected by the threat. Examples of affected businesses include hospitals, universities and major international corporations [2, 3]. Despite the alarming nature of the threat, the way ransomware gains entry onto a user’s device is actually no different from the methods used by other threats. Ransomware is most commonly spread by two methods.

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Leveraging Analytics for More Effective Security Performance

BitSight

More than ever before, companies are investing heavily in their organization's security. But as the threat landscape changes, how do you know that these investments in security are paying off — and how can you determine that you are investing the appropriate amount of security spending in the areas that matter most to your organization? Security ratings and the analytics they provide give businesses a unique insight into their organization's security performance and posture in relation to their peer group.
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Securing Organizations from Remote Desktop Protocol Exploits

HealthcareInfoSecurity

Insecure implementations of Remote Desktop Protocol have exposed organizations to serious risks of cyber attacks. Ransomware like SamSam and cryptominers like CrySis exploit insecure configurations, resulting in large and well-publicized breaches like the one that occurred at LabCorp. Because of the nature of Remote Desktop Protocol, these exposures often occur outside of organizations' known IP space, making them difficult to detect and remediate. This webinar will discuss how easily these misconfigurations can occur, how organizations can discover them, even outside of normal IP space, and how they can establish playbooks to remediate and reduce occurrence over time.
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Threat Detection for Common MITRE ATT&CK Techniques

LogRhythm

If you’re ready to take a deep dive into applying the MITRE ATT&CK framework and learning how to use it in your environment, then this webinar is for you. In this on-demand webinar, LogRhythm threat research engineers join Ultimate Security Windows Host Randy Franklin Smith to zero in on the new standard to assess the effectiveness of your security monitoring and alerting capabilities — the MITRE ATT&CK framework.
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Cybersecurity: Bridging the Gap Between Physical Security and IT / IoT

Dell EMC

On Monday, Dec. 11, as part of the SIA Webinar series, a webinar titled Cybersecurity: Bridging the Gap between Physical Security and IT/IoT covered best practices from edge to core hardening, bridging cyberprotection techniques, and technologies that help unify disparate technologies into a common cybersecurity framework. Speakers Vince Ricco (Axis Communications) and Ken Mills (Dell EMC) discussed how successful practitioners are hardening the physical security edge, enabling the authentication of devices systemwide and utilizing IT and IoT methodology to secure the enterprise.
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Spotlight

The malicious programs known as ransomware have attracted a significant amount of coverage in the mainstream media over the last few years, as major companies and organizations announced that their operations had been affected by the threat. Examples of affected businesses include hospitals, universities and major international corporations [2, 3]. Despite the alarming nature of the threat, the way ransomware gains entry onto a user’s device is actually no different from the methods used by other threats. Ransomware is most commonly spread by two methods.

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