The Role of Human Error in Information Security

It has become an established fact that the human factor is the most important element to secure in any organization if security is to be maintained. This case study will take real-life examples (with no names used!) and examine some actual security incidents caused by human error and elaborate on the root cause and prevention tips resulting from these events.
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How to Fortify Your Organization’s Last Layer of Security – Your Employees


Cyber security threats continue to proliferate and become more costly to businesses that suffer a data breach. When it comes to combating these growing risks, most organizations continue to place more trust in technology-based solutions than on training their employees to be more aware of the threat landscape and able to recognize the red flags in cyber breach attempts.
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Enabling and Securing Remote Users of Teams

Microsoft recently reported that video calls on the Microsoft Teams platform grew more than 1,000% during the month of March, and they've added more than 12 million daily active users to the robust collaboration tool. According to Forrester, 85% of security breaches occur because of mismanaged licenses. Watch now to hear our sec
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The State of Cloud Security: Results of the SANS 2019 Cloud Security Survey


Cloud is part of today's infrastructures, and infrastructures are part of clouds. Are security infrastructures maturing to support the business and improve risk management in the cloud model? How are organizations using the public cloud to meet their business needs? This webcast will explore the results of the SANS 2019 Cloud Security Survey, conducted in cooperation with the Cloud Security Alliance, concerning organizations' use of the public cloud and will provide actionable advice for attendees to improve their cloud security. Attendees will learn about the: Types of applications that are implemented most frequently through the cloud. Number of public cloud providers most organizations use.
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Cryptocurrency Fraud and Blockchain Forensic Analysis

Bank information security

When a total of $580 Million left two Cryptocurrency exchanges after a sophisticated compromise, LIFARS team was engaged in an investigation that involved FBI, US Secret Service, Europol, DHS, IRS and DOJ. This session will take you exclusively inside that investigation and discuss: Cryptocurrency fraud schemes, including real stories from the trenches; AML issues with bankers, hidden assets, payments by drug lords and ransomware; Blockchains role in tracking the transactions - and its limits.
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