What Makes a Security Rating? Deep Dive Into Threat Data Feeds

Learn how threat data fits into security ratings. Cyber attacks and data breaches are a regular challenge for organizations and their cybersecurity practitioners today. The consequences for a company that falls victim to a hacking attack or other form of data breach can be significant, incurring both financial as well as reputational damage as a result. Measuring and determining the security posture of an organisation is essential to understand the liability and exposure to risk your business faces at any given moment, to reassure staff, shareholders, customers, insurers and suppliers.
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The challenges and risks of an everywhere world Every day, enterprise technology leaders are expected to support the digital imperative to work, develop, and deliver everything, everywhere — by bringing together distributed workforces, devices, clouds, systems, applications, and networks. But, there’s a problem. Technology teams

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Modernizing Cybersecurity with the Cloud

Every company is concerned about data breaches, and for good reason—according to industry estimates, approximately half of the companies in the U.S. have suffered a data breach. As organizations seek to better secure their environments, they are facing a number of challenges including growing data volumes and expanded attack surfaces, as well as data silos and the inability to enable data-driven decisions about security issues in real time. It is not surprising that security and privacy rank in the top three data-related priorities in TDWI surveys.
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How to Implement a Cybersecurity-first Culture for the Modern Workplace

The shift to the remote and hybrid workplace has presented new opportunities to hackers as they look to exploit weaknesses brought about by unfamiliar work practices, multiple and BYOD devices, and most importantly the busy day-to-day lives of our employees. According to email statistics, the average person receives over 100 emails per day (Earthweb), and with human error the cause of 85% of cyber security breaches (IBM) you can see why email is the number one threat vector.
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Enhancing Cyber Security in Public Sector through Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Protect data confidentiality, personally identifiable information (PII), intellectual property, and industry information systems from the risk of data breach, damage and theft.
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Threat Hunting—A Practical Demonstration

ISACA

Today it is almost considered negligent to wait for an alert from IDS/IPS, firewalls, NAC, and endpoint security products before taking action. For years some of us who ha e been in the industry for a while have engaged in operations where we go out into the environment and actively look for threats to hand off to the IR team to eradicate. Enter the world of threat hunting. We will side step any product marketing and dig deep into what threat hunting actually is. The second half of this webinar will consist of demo of some technical threat hunting operations that anyone can practice sharpening their hunt skills.
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The challenges and risks of an everywhere world Every day, enterprise technology leaders are expected to support the digital imperative to work, develop, and deliver everything, everywhere — by bringing together distributed workforces, devices, clouds, systems, applications, and networks. But, there’s a problem. Technology teams

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