Securing Organizations from Remote Desktop Protocol Exploits

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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Organizations are losing IT and security control Once upon a time, IT and security teams focused mostly on managing their organization’s on-prem environment. But as business requirements changed, customer bases became global, and remote work took root, these technology teams were handed responsibility across more domains: cloud

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How to Leverage Hacking Competitions as an Educational and Recruitment Tool

HealthcareInfoSecurity

One of the most-heard complaints from security experts is that often they find their work repetitive ("The CFO's laptop has been compromised... again!"), which results in the desire of trying something "new", meaning "leave for another company." Another common complaint is that the work is very compartmentalized, and there are few occasions in which the various security specialists can enjoy working as a team. One activity that can help build a team while improving the security skills of the people involved is participating in Capture the Flag (CTF) hacking competitions. In 2003 at the University of California at Santa Barbara, one of the world's largest attack-defense CTF competitions began and has grown year-after-year, pushing the limits of the players and providing opportunities for better learning. In addition, hacking competitions are a great opportunity for recruiting new talent: CTF participants are highly skilled, well-motivated, and hard-working, which are great traits for a future employee.
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Strategies for a Successful Cybersecurity Awareness Month

Cybersecurity Awareness Month is in October and is a nationally-recognized initiative meant to help individuals develop positive cyber habits so they can act as a strong line of defense. To develop effective Cybersecurity Awareness Month programs, it’s essential to analyze threat intelligence data, deliver targeted education to user subgroups, and involve leadership to garner support and buy-in.
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Security by Design—Full Life Cycle Container Security that Matches the Speed of DevOps

Trend Micro

Join Trend Micro’s Sr. Product Manager for Hybrid Cloud Security, Kyle Klassen, and Sr. Software Developer, Geoff Baskwill for our webinar: Security by Design—Full Life Cycle Container Security that Matches the Speed of DevOps. They will outline the key steps and tools that will help you artfully automate full life cycle container security, including useful APIs, image scanning and runtime protection to detect problems early and mitigate against attacks targeting your host, Docker®, and Kubernetes® platforms and containers.
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How to Spot a Phishing Email – 5 Signs to Look Out For

MediaPRO

This attempt went on to ask why the sender wouldn’t pay an “invoice” attached to the email. Our IT staff later confirmed this attachment carried a ransomware payload. Like the confusing influx of different Oreo flavors in recent years (cotton candy Oreos, really?), the variety of phishing email attempts has blossomed. The “shock and awe” method described above is not a new tactic, though the use of vulgarity seems to be a relatively new variation. Fake shipping confirmations. Tax-related W-2 requests. Emails requesting password resets for social media accounts, online banking, you name it. These are just a few ways scammers use social engineering to bypass technological safeguards and compromise sensitive data.
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Organizations are losing IT and security control Once upon a time, IT and security teams focused mostly on managing their organization’s on-prem environment. But as business requirements changed, customer bases became global, and remote work took root, these technology teams were handed responsibility across more domains: cloud

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