We will be hosting a live webinar on Monday 10 December 2018 at 4pm CET to discuss some of the key findings in the report. Moderated by John Malpas, Publishing Director at Legal Week, the panel will be joined by Andrea Simandy, European Data Protection Attorney at Microsoft, Dora Petranyi, CEE Managing Director at CMS and Dominic Carman, Writer and Consultant, who worked with the Legal Week Intelligence team on the research and writing for the report.
For years, most IT security organizations have waited to detect new threats and then moved swiftly to defend against them. Today, however, there is a new wave of “threat hunting,” in which the security team takes a more proactive approach --seeking out potential threats before the attackers have a chance to act. How do enterprises build threat hunting programs? How do they staff them, and what tools do they need? What skills and training does a great threat hunter need? In this Dark Reading webinar, a top expert discusses the process for building a threat hunting program, and for optimizing the efforts of designated threat hunters in the organization.
When it comes to securing information systems from breaches, the best medicine is a dose of prevention. In this complimentary webinar, panelists discuss top security threats and trends, business impacts, and the components of an effective, preventive cyber security program. The webinar addressed the following objectives: Evaluate top trends impacting information security. Describe how organizations can work smarter to enhance cybersecurity programs, despite resource and financial constraints. Evaluate effective cybersecurity measures and policies. Describe considerations and resources for educating employees.
Penetration testers can only assess the attack surface they can see. Attack Surface Detector is a set of open source tools that can identify web application attack surface through static code analysis, making the data easy to leverage in dynamic testing. Penetration testers can also highlight differences in attack surface between two different versions of an application.