Device Visibility has become the key to success for security practitioners when it comes to securing an increasingly more dispersed organisation with multiple data centres, distributed campuses and a mobile workforce. Now, smart devices are connecting previously separated IT and OT networks to automate business operations and boost efficiency introducing another layer of complexity. In this webinar, we will look at the concept of why device visibility poses such a challenge for business, what is getting in the way and why OT and IT convergence has added an extra consideration.
KPMG reports 68% of CEOs believe a cyberattack is a matter of when — not if. How is your organization preparing to mitigate cyber risk in the new year? Join David Kruse, technology risk consultant, Justin Webb, CIPP-certified attorney and Jeff McCollum, crisis response and public relations professional for strategies to help you: Discuss cybersecurity at the board level.
The new GigaOm “Phishing Prevention and Detection: A GigaOm Market Landscape Report,” designed to help C(x)Os and security practitioners evaluate phishing prevention solutions, recognizes that mobile endpoints are poised to be the next high-value target for phishing attacks. The majority of mobile endpoints lack protection beyond Mobile Device Management risk assessments; these endpoints are completely exposed to phishing and other attacks.
InfoSec pros have their work cut out for them—with the need to secure an estimated 300 billion passwords by 2020. Privileged password management, in particular, is a pain point for almost every organization. Privileged credentials are often difficult to identify, challenging to tame and properly secure, and if done improperly, can be costly to manage. Without strong privileged password management processes and technology in place, your organization is ripe for all kinds of security breaches. In many industries, lack of the proper protections in place alone puts you at risk from legal and/or regulatory fallout.