Register for the Nautilus cyber-security webinar

Nautilus

Cyber-security is an increasing challenge for the shipping industry and Nautilus is stepping in to help members by co-hosting a special training webinar for seafarers in September. With high profile ransomware attacks on shipping companies such as Maersk and COSCO, operators are under pressure to improve their cyber-security and to develop improved measures to protect their systems from attack. However, there is evidence that many companies are not doing enough to educate seafarers about the risks of cyber-attacks or how to avoid them. Research by Nautilus showed that 86% of crew had never received any cyber security training from their employers. The Union is teaming up with security experts Appsecco and their specialist maritime division ShipSecure, to hold a webinar to raise awareness of cyber security issues onboard.
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Spotlight

2016 has been littered with hacks, breaches and big discoveries of major vulnerabilities. From hundreds of millions in leaked stolen data to the hacks which influenced the US Presidential Election, this year has been very, very busy in terms of cyber attacks.  A notable hack happened in October, when a planned Dyn DDoS attack managed to take multiple popular sites offline, a hack which occurred through insecure IoT devices and is considered one of the most sophisticated attacks to date. And 2016 ends with a bang with Yahoo, breaking the record for the biggest hack in history, confirming over 1B compromised accounts.

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Transform Security and Risk Into a Business Function: A Panel Discussion

Gartner

As organizations and governments race towards digital transformation, they expose themselves to a variety of risks that traditional information and cybersecurity practices are not accustomed to encountering. In the face of technology evolution, regulatory complexity, an increasing threat landscape and limited resources, will security and risk leaders be able to align to the ambitious goals set by their business leaders? In this unique complimentary live video discussion, 4 leading Gartner security & risk experts debate how the nature of risks are evolving and what you can do to transform security and risk into a business function.
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API Security Through the Lens of Modern DevSecOps

Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) have evolved into business-critical services with a unique set of application security needs. The evolution of the Business Logic Layer was accelerated in part by the popularity of the Postman API Platforms; however, traditional security testing products have struggled to adapt. This next generation of business logic API collections require a fundamentally new technology and native testing experience that empowers organizations to overcome modern security challenges.
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Not sure that you need OT Cybersecurity? A Sentryo Assessment can quickly provide the data and guidance that you need

Sentryo

You don’t know what you don’t know. You suspect that your industrial environment is exposed and vulnerable but how can you be sure? How do you gain visibility and insights into your OT networks security risk posture? If the first step is understanding all of your assets and communications, how do you start? How many devices do you have on your industrial network? What talks to what? What talks to the outside world? Do you have vulnerabilities and weak spots? Is all of your firmware up to date? Sentryo is now working with our world-class partners to offer a unique Risk Assessment Service that provides the executives, managers, security analysts, automation engineers, compliance managers and all other IT, OT and management stakeholders in an organization clear analysis and insights about their cyber security posture highlighting the potential vulnerabilities and/or threats that require attention.
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The Business Impact of Cyber Risk

InfoSec Institute

KPMG reports 68% of CEOs believe a cyberattack is a matter of when — not if. How is your organization preparing to mitigate cyber risk in the new year? Join David Kruse, technology risk consultant, Justin Webb, CIPP-certified attorney and Jeff McCollum, crisis response and public relations professional for strategies to help you: Discuss cybersecurity at the board level.
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Spotlight

2016 has been littered with hacks, breaches and big discoveries of major vulnerabilities. From hundreds of millions in leaked stolen data to the hacks which influenced the US Presidential Election, this year has been very, very busy in terms of cyber attacks.  A notable hack happened in October, when a planned Dyn DDoS attack managed to take multiple popular sites offline, a hack which occurred through insecure IoT devices and is considered one of the most sophisticated attacks to date. And 2016 ends with a bang with Yahoo, breaking the record for the biggest hack in history, confirming over 1B compromised accounts.

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