The Future of Adaptive Authentication in Financial Services

BankInfoSecurity

The number of cyberattacks on financial institutions (FIs) cannot be overstated. In the past year, there have been more than one billion cyberattacks on financial institutions. That is three hundred times more than any other industry, such as retail, insurance, or healthcare. At an average cost of $18 million dollars for each successful attack, what are you to do? How do you combat this aggressively growing threat? In this webinar, OneSpan and ISMG will summarize key findings from a recent study that surveyed the state of adaptive authentication from over 150 FIs and what techniques can be taken to mitigate the increasing rate of cyberthreats.
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Spotlight

This report is based on data IBM collected between 1 January 2015 and 31 December 2015. The data has been normalized to account for differences in our clients’ infrastructures across industries and company size. The annual IBM® X-Force® Research Cyber Security Intelligence Index offers a high-level overview of the major threats to our clients’ businesses worldwide over the past year, and is complemented by other threat intelligence and research publications from IBM X-Force. Our goal is to help you better understand the current threat landscape by offering a detailed look at the volume of attacks, the industries most affected, the most prevalent types of attacks and attackers, and the key factors enabling them. We provide insights into where and how successful attacks can impact today’s technology-dependent organizations.

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Understanding privacy regulations and compliance

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Data is among an organization’s most valuable assets. Its management and protection should be viewed as a mission-critical stewardship rather than mere compliance. Larger and more costly cybersecurity incidents coincide with annually increasing regulatory and liability pressures. Looming U.S. privacy legislation on the horizon coupled with the General Data Protection Regulation’s impacts (Google recently received a $57 million fine), intensifies pressure on organizations to understand their legal compliance obligations and to safeguard private information.
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Thinking Like a Cyber Attacker: Strategies for Defense

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Increasingly, enterprises are discovering that the best way to test and defend their organization is to view their IT environment from the perspective of an attacker. But how do you predict an attacker's motives and simulate their methods, and how do you know that you aren’t overlooking key vulnerabilities? In this Dark Reading webinar, experts discuss methods for testing your security’s mettle by thinking like your adversary.
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Bug Bounties and How They Help

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Once a vulnerability becomes known to cybercriminals, the race is on for vendors to create a patch before it is exploited. And with the regular use of exploits in attacks and threats like the WannaCry ransomware using a vulnerability, getting the win has never been so crucial. This month we will cover the bug bounty marketplace, including the different types of markets available to vulnerability researchers. As well, we will review Trend Micro Research and how their research can benefit organizations through responsible disclosure and pre-disclosed filters to virtually patch vulnerabilities.
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Five Phases of Ethical Hacking

GreyCampus

GreyCampus & EC-Council together bring in an informative 1-hour webinar for ethical hacking aspirants. Our subject matter expert will take you through the 5 phases of Ethical Hacking out of the 18 mentioned above. The webinar will follow as per the outline below: Introduction to Ethical Hacking & Career Opportunities. Phases of Ethical Hacking. Phase 1 – Reconnaissance.
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This report is based on data IBM collected between 1 January 2015 and 31 December 2015. The data has been normalized to account for differences in our clients’ infrastructures across industries and company size. The annual IBM® X-Force® Research Cyber Security Intelligence Index offers a high-level overview of the major threats to our clients’ businesses worldwide over the past year, and is complemented by other threat intelligence and research publications from IBM X-Force. Our goal is to help you better understand the current threat landscape by offering a detailed look at the volume of attacks, the industries most affected, the most prevalent types of attacks and attackers, and the key factors enabling them. We provide insights into where and how successful attacks can impact today’s technology-dependent organizations.

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