Why Use a Cloud Managed Service Provider?

FuseForward

If you’re about to embark on your cloud journey, the first decision you will need to make is whether to undertake the project in-house or outsource it to a Managed Service Provider (MSP). To help you make this important decision, we’ve recorded a free on-demand webinar. In twenty minutes, our CEO Mark Damm and Solutions Engineer Ray Jung, will walk you through the ways an MSP can help address your key cloud concerns.
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Spotlight

As awareness grows due to media coverage of high profile data breaches, pending cyber legislation and continued advisories from cyber security professionals, information security and other cyber risks continue to represent at least a moderate threat to a majority of risk professionals. Board Members and Executive Management increasingly are recognizing the risks of a wide range of exposures such as lost or stolen data, violation of privacy laws, intellectual property infringement, social media, mobile devices, BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) and cloud computing. Although the strategies for addressing these risks vary, more and more organizations are adopting an enterprise-wide – or at least a multi departmental – approach to information security and cyber liability risk management. Insurance also is increasingly becoming a part of more organizations cyber risk management strategy.

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Emerging Threats, Hackers and Attackers: Stories from the SOC

Alert Logic

Cyber attacks are ever-evolving and it can feel like you are struggling just to keep up. It’s time to get ahead of the game. Join us for the latest attack trends and threat insights from Alert Logic’s own SOC analysts. You’ll hear what’s happening on the front lines of cybersecurity defense, and which attack vectors are worth watching out for. We’ll also discuss the costs of running your own SOC and share some alternative approaches to get 24/7 dedicated coverage and better intelligence than you can access on your own.
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The State of Cloud Security: Results of the SANS 2019 Cloud Security Survey

Sysdig

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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Cyber Security in the Healthcare Industry

The healthcare industry in today’s world has experienced tremendous technological transformation. The developments have brought efficiency and significant benefits to care delivery. On the other hand, the industry faces increasing threats from cybersecurity issues.
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Critical Actions to Survive a Data Breach in 2019 & Beyond

BitSight

Learn how to prepare for and survive a data breach. With large-scale data breaches continuing to make the headlines in 2018, today’s organizations face a cybersecurity landscape more difficult to navigate than ever before. When it comes to data breaches, the risk for organizations is high, from the easily calculable costs of notification and business loss to the less tangible effects on a company's brand and customer loyalty. Cyber attacks that target and infiltrate critical infrastructure are very real and for the United States, it’s not a matter of if, but when.
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Spotlight

As awareness grows due to media coverage of high profile data breaches, pending cyber legislation and continued advisories from cyber security professionals, information security and other cyber risks continue to represent at least a moderate threat to a majority of risk professionals. Board Members and Executive Management increasingly are recognizing the risks of a wide range of exposures such as lost or stolen data, violation of privacy laws, intellectual property infringement, social media, mobile devices, BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) and cloud computing. Although the strategies for addressing these risks vary, more and more organizations are adopting an enterprise-wide – or at least a multi departmental – approach to information security and cyber liability risk management. Insurance also is increasingly becoming a part of more organizations cyber risk management strategy.

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