Wealth Wizards: Threat Detection with Amazon GuardDuty and Alert Logic

Alert Logic

As part of its broader Managed Threat Detection and Response offering, Alert Logic provides an AWS-native security service that shows why, where, and how to respond to Amazon GuardDuty findings, while continuously assessing AWS configurations to find exposures and recommend actions that prevent future compromises. In this webinar, you'll learn how Wealth Wizards, a financial services company, utilizes AWS services such as Amazon GuardDuty and leverages Alert Logic to gain additional security context, actionable remediation steps, and protection.
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Spotlight

As enterprises mobilize business processes, more and more sensitive data passes through and resides on mobile devices. And while almost every CIO knows how important mobile security is, getting a grip on it can be tough. There’s a lot to consider, and new factors enter the equation all the time. On the pages that follow, you’ll find an overview of the key issues you need to be on top of right now to protect your organization, its employees and its customers. If you answer no to many of these questions, you may have some significant gaps in your approach to mobile security.

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Winning the Zero Trust Race with Micro-Segmentation

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In the modern, hyper-connected and threat-laden enterprise landscape, organizations face increasing pressure to protect their systems and data. Originally conceived in 2010, the zero trust security concept has recently gained new ground and is now seen as a vital element of enterprise information security. It is a model that aids user and device verification, strengthens authentication processes and ensures encryption. However, zero trust is not without its challenges, and mastering the art of zero trust takes strategic management and forethought.
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The Path Forward for Cybersecurity's AI: Not All AI Are Created Equal

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For decades, IT professionals have been fighting malware, hackers, and other threats. Data protection, confidentiality, integrity and availability have long been threatened not only by amateur hackers, but by profit-oriented, well-organised criminals. Victims can usually only react because many of the usual methods for detecting malware require knowledge about specific attack techniques, about the behavior or about signatures of specific malware families.
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Learn the Ins and Outs of a Security-Aware Culture from a Forrester Expert

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Developing and maintaining a security-aware culture in an organization has become vital in the defense against modern cyberthreats. But such a culture cannot be expected to develop overnight. Building such a culture is a journey, not a miracle, with many pitfalls along the way. That’s why we’re here to help. Watch our on-webinar Harden the Human Firewall by Building Awareness, Behavior, and Culture, with MediaPRO Chief Learning Officer Tom Pendergast guest speaker Forrester analyst Jinan Budge to learn how to instill a culture of security through an engaging, meaningful, and even entertaining security awareness program.
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How memcached reflection threatens IT security

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2018 is the year of high volume DDoS attacks. Since the emergence of the new attack vector memcached reflection in February, new bandwidth records have been set. Companies worldwide suddenly found themselves exposed to a new DDoS risk. In a webinar, the Link11 IT security experts Karsten Desler and Aatish Pattni explain how to assess the threats. Today's global IT infrastructures face a DDoS threat that has never existed before with such massive bandwidths. This issue relates to attack vectors, which can hit companies with a really destructive attack volume due to enormous amplification factors. The largest possible 'amplification reflection vector' to date has been detected in memcached reflection attacks. Cyber criminals can theoretically use the vector to increase their attacks by a factor of 50,000.
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Spotlight

As enterprises mobilize business processes, more and more sensitive data passes through and resides on mobile devices. And while almost every CIO knows how important mobile security is, getting a grip on it can be tough. There’s a lot to consider, and new factors enter the equation all the time. On the pages that follow, you’ll find an overview of the key issues you need to be on top of right now to protect your organization, its employees and its customers. If you answer no to many of these questions, you may have some significant gaps in your approach to mobile security.

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