Your Network Needs to Be the First and Last Line in Your Cyber-Security Defense

VMware

Most people think firewalls when it comes to network security and defending against cyber-threats. But with today’s increasingly sophisticated cyber-security threats, you need to think beyond firewalls to your entire network—from center to edge.  In this webinar, we will take a look how network virtualization can extend your security from data center, to branch, to cloud, to edge. In this webinar, you will learn: The latest outlook on the growing cyber-security threats. How you can better protect your data center by focusing on your network.How to extend your network and security to branches and beyond with software-defined WAN.
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Spotlight

Last summer, one of the world’s largest oil and natural gas producers discovered that a virus had infiltrated 30,000 of its computer workstations. The company had no choice but to isolate all of its computer systems from outside access. While the infiltration had no impact on the company’s production operations, employees were cut off from e-mail and corporate servers for several days. Worse, the virus erased significant data, documents, and e-mail files on roughly 75% of corporate computers.

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Simulated Phishing and Awareness Training

ActualTech Media

Old-school awareness training does not hack it anymore. Your email filters have an average 10-15% failure rate; you need a strong human firewall as your last line of defense. Join us for a live demonstration of how KnowBe4 introduces a new-school approach to Security Awareness Training and Simulated Phishing. See the latest product features and how easy it is to train and phish your users. Find out how 25,000+ organizations have mobilized their end-users as their human firewall.
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Double Your Revenue with Backup and DRaaS

Unitrends MSP

The information age is upon us and your clients are grappling with how to effectively deal with the data explosion. They need help in efficiently backing up critical data and ensuring they can quickly recover from disasters whether they be natural or inflicted by humans. Elite IT Solution and Managed Service Providers are selling industrial strength back-up and DRaaS solutions that are addressing the situation, mitigating the risk and complexity of ensuring error-free backups that can be restored quickly in the event of a disaster.
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Register for the Nautilus cyber-security webinar

Nautilus

Cyber-security is an increasing challenge for the shipping industry and Nautilus is stepping in to help members by co-hosting a special training webinar for seafarers in September. With high profile ransomware attacks on shipping companies such as Maersk and COSCO, operators are under pressure to improve their cyber-security and to develop improved measures to protect their systems from attack. However, there is evidence that many companies are not doing enough to educate seafarers about the risks of cyber-attacks or how to avoid them. Research by Nautilus showed that 86% of crew had never received any cyber security training from their employers. The Union is teaming up with security experts Appsecco and their specialist maritime division ShipSecure, to hold a webinar to raise awareness of cyber security issues onboard.
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Incident Response Masterclass: Investigate a Rogue Insider with Varonis

Varonis

Join our IR team for a play-by-play of a live attack simulation and investigation of a rogue insider threat using DatAlert’s new DFIR capabilities. During this training session, our security analysts will execute a new attack scenario in our lab. An insider was paid to exfiltrate sensitive organizational data. To remain uncovered, he takes control on a service account. Using the service account, he scans company filers for documents with indicating keywords. Copies matching documents to his PC.
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Spotlight

Last summer, one of the world’s largest oil and natural gas producers discovered that a virus had infiltrated 30,000 of its computer workstations. The company had no choice but to isolate all of its computer systems from outside access. While the infiltration had no impact on the company’s production operations, employees were cut off from e-mail and corporate servers for several days. Worse, the virus erased significant data, documents, and e-mail files on roughly 75% of corporate computers.

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