What MSPs Need to Know to succeed in the Cloud Security Market

AlienVault

Cloud security is the number one skill and need required in the vast cloud market landscape.  The latest data in CompTIA’s 2018 cloud research shows that cloud has officially reached the mainstream. Here are some of the latest stats: 91% of enterprises and corporations are using cloud solutions. Nearly half of all companies say that 31-60% of their systems are cloud based. 74% of companies have between 1 and 5 years of cloud experience. MSPs with savvy cloud practices are a critical answer to all of this opportunity.
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Spotlight

"Read this ESG Brief, Advanced Malware Protection Must Extend to Incident Detection and Response, and discover:

How your organization's incident response steps stack up
Why 'stop the bleeding' approaches are inadequate
A 5-step process to enhance your incident detection/response
Understand why ESG states, ""Many security solutions were designed for advanced malware detection and blocking alone, and lack the intelligence and integration necessary for incident detection and response. One notable exception of products and services comes from network security leader Sourcefire."""

OTHER ON-DEMAND WEBINARS

Global Survey of Cybersecurity Leaders: Benchmarking Security Gaps & Privileged Access

Learn from your industry peers’ journeys to protecting privileged identities, stages of privilege access security, what they have achieved so far, and how to get the most value out of your cybersecurity investment. More than 2000 IT security leaders around the world shared their insights to create this research study. The broad reach of this study provides an opportunity to compare the PAM-related activities and attitudes of IT security practitioners with varying levels of responsibility, in different countries, industries, and companies of all sizes.
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Understanding the Attack Landscape - Your Best Defense in Today’s State of Cyber Security

Alert Logic

As we reflect on the state of security this past year, it’s evident that cybercriminals continue to be successful with a trusted set of techniques proven effective against common vulnerabilities and misconfigurations. Attackers looking to make a buck prey on businesses of all sizes. Fortunately, by understanding what the attack landscape looks like, where the next attacks will be coming from, and what your attackers might be after, you can achieve top-strength security. Join this session to hear how attackers are infiltrating enterprise environments and how you can learn from them. We’ll dive into real case studies and provide actual code samples.
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ATTACK SIMULATION

Cybereason

This isn't your typical product demo or attack simulation. In this webinar, we’ll take a closer look at how to empower you — the defender — with Ai Hunting technology. We'll start with the full view of a real-life cyber attack and then zoom in on the viewpoint of the defender. Witness the malicious operation from the defender’s view and learn how to gain the upper hand over the adversary with the power of automated threat hunting, using AI technology.
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Investigating the Hacker Lifecycle

AITP

One of the hottest topics at RSA San Francisco 2019 was the Mitre ATT&CK framework. Along with the Lockheed-Martin Kill Chain, it has become a standard reference model for cybersecurity professionals. Specifically, it is used to describe each stage of an attack. Pen testers, security analysts and Security Operations Center (SOC) professionals must learn how to mature their operations, as well as hone the skills of red team and blue team workers.
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Spotlight

"Read this ESG Brief, Advanced Malware Protection Must Extend to Incident Detection and Response, and discover:

How your organization's incident response steps stack up
Why 'stop the bleeding' approaches are inadequate
A 5-step process to enhance your incident detection/response
Understand why ESG states, ""Many security solutions were designed for advanced malware detection and blocking alone, and lack the intelligence and integration necessary for incident detection and response. One notable exception of products and services comes from network security leader Sourcefire."""

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