The Power of AI to Disrupt Security Ops

GovInfoSecurity

Many of today's companies are hesitant to adopt new security technologies - particularly AI. The truth is AI is successfully disrupting many areas of security operations and shifting us away from the traditional SOC and man-led threat intelligence. In this webinar, Chris Calvert will introduce the concept of autonomous security driven by AI, probability theory and advanced algorithms. These new technologies apply reasoning, judgement and experience to identify threats and make decisions at the scale, speed and consistency no human can match, freeing up analysts for higher level investigation and response actions.
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Spotlight

"Network security has become more important to personal computer users, organizations, and the military. With the advent of the internet, security became a major concern and the history of security allows a better understanding of the emergence of security technology. The entire field of network security is vast and in an evolutionary stage. In order to understand the research being performed today, background knowledge of the internet.

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2019 Vulnerability Management Predictions

Nopsec

Michelangelo Sidagni, CTO and Parag Baxi, VP of Product Management, discussed customer comments from 2018. They covered vulnerability management complaints, requests, wishes and hopes. They have set some goals for the vulnerability management market for 2019 and discussed those goals on this webinar! Michelangelo & Parag Covered: Vulnerability scanning goals. Determining asset value. Attack Predictions: when will a vulnerability become dangerous? Vulnerability categorization. Remediation Goals.
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Cybersecurity in a Changed World: 2021 Trends and 2022 Predictions

If 2020 seemed like an anomaly, 2021 proved to us that it’s time to get comfortable with the transformed reality. Remote work, intended as a temporary response to COVID-19, is now an increasingly standardized way to operate. With face-to-face operations no longer the norm, numerous organizations have shifted to a technology-driven strategy. We’ve seen a rise in initiatives like self-service or online purchases, as well as an upturn in remote events, with many new or established conferences choosing to go virtual. Businesses are also investing in technology more than ever, growing their IT infrastructure with new software and IoT devices. However, as can be expected, new or enhanced cybersecurity threats went hand and hand with this unexpected digital renaissance.
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How to Remain Secure, Protect Data, and Stay Compliant in the Face of End of Life Operating Systems

Carbon Black

The ever-changing threat landscape continues to challenge businesses who attempt to protect critical data, improve security posture, and remain compliant. That challenge is intensified when adding the constant risk of operating systems going end of life and pushing endpoints out of compliance against many modern data security laws, regulations, and compliance policies. The risk is too great and businesses can no longer afford to take a passive stance when it comes to maintaining system endpoints and ensuring that vulnerabilities are in check.
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Industrial Cybersecurity: Is Your Facility Protected?

Just last year, cybercriminals attempted to poison the water supply in Florida by hacking into a city’s system. An airplane manufacturer’s confidential customer data files were breached and leaked on the Internet. A major gas pipeline was shut down by a ransomware attack. A major meat producer was forced to close down all its plants. Hackers are now targeting industrial and infrastructure. At the same time, more and more facilities are going to connected operations to empower new efficiencies. How do we keep our facilities protected amid these growing dangers and opportunities?
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Spotlight

"Network security has become more important to personal computer users, organizations, and the military. With the advent of the internet, security became a major concern and the history of security allows a better understanding of the emergence of security technology. The entire field of network security is vast and in an evolutionary stage. In order to understand the research being performed today, background knowledge of the internet.

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