Modern Day Cyber Threats and How SIEM Solutions Can Reduce Your Risk
Tuesday, September 15 | 10:00 a.m. CT
Security Information and Event Management solutions have been on the market for well over a decade, and are now commonly known as powerful tools that can provide swift analysis and prioritization that allow security teams to focus and react quickly to the most aggressive threats. But what role does SIEM play in today’s threat landscape? How are features like multi-tenancy, threat intelligence, or tailored integrations helping keep up against increasingly sophisticated risks?
Watch cybersecurity experts as they examine the results of the 2020 survey focused on SIEM solutions and discuss:
- Highest security threats
- Effectiveness of SIEM solutions to combat these security challenges
- Diverse capabilities that SIEMs offer to reduce risk
- How SIEM is continuing to evolve to stay up to date with the cyber threats of today.
The COVID-19 Impact: 6 Critical Access Risks to Watch Out For with a Remote Workforce
Thursday, September 24 | 10:00 a.m. CT
The impact of COVID-19 has been far-reaching across nearly every sector. Millions of knowledge workers now work remotely, making companies particularly vulnerable when it comes to external access risks. Many organizations lack a centralized process to manage user access to accounts and resources. They often have limited visibility into access levels users possess to data and systems within their network. And they may be quickly adding or changing access levels to meet the needs of their remote workforce.
Increased pressures of an expanded workforce during the era of COVID-19 means intensified risks from excessive entitlements and inappropriate access levels, opening the business up to serious breaches and new inroads to potential attackers. Join our upcoming webinar featuring Mike Lynch, Senior Sales Engineer at Core Security, a HelpSystems Company, to learn how you can uncover who and what is most vulnerable in the current environment.
During this insightful webinar, you will learn:
- The top six identity-related access challenges that have been magnified during COVID-19
- How to mitigate these pressing access risks across a remote workforce and in your business
- How actionable intelligence can address immediate threats that exist in your organization
How to Manage and Defend IoT & SCADA from Cyber Attacks Based on the Latest NSA Guidance
Tuesday, September 29 | 12:00 p.m. CT
It’s no secret that the emergence of the Internet of Things (IoT) has greatly impacted how we do business on a daily basis–in both good and challenging ways. The number of devices that are now connected to the internet within an organization is staggering, which has IT professionals everywhere asking, “How do we manage and organize it all, while keeping our business secure?”
It’s imperative to look at the big picture of your entire IoT / ICS environment to find ways to integrate and leverage the data being generated. Unfortunately, the safety of IoT devices is often an afterthought, but in order to fully benefit from all the IoT has to offer, companies must consider its security implications and address them early on.
Attacks against critical infrastructure like utilities and water systems even prompted the National Security Agency (NSA) and Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) to recently release an advisory recommending immediate action to secure internet-accessible operational technologies and control systems. The time to act is now. During this webinar, you’ll learn:
- Common security risks with IoT, SCADA, and ICS
- Best practices for securing your IoT technology stack and identifying threats
- How penetration testing can reduce your risk of attack
3 Signs You're Missing Critical Threats in Your Network
Thursday, October 8 | 10:00 a.m. CT
The rising number of breaches is nothing new—seeing another successful attack in the headlines has become an almost daily occurrence. The increasing regularity of breaches is unsurprising—according to a recent study by Cybersecurity Insiders, only 56% of security professionals feel, at best, only somewhat confident in their overall security stance. Realistically, the problem isn’t simply a matter of keeping threat actors out, but also quickly finding and removing those that have made their way in. Critical threats are lurking in organizational networks long before they cause the type of destruction that we see in the press, but they simply can’t detect them fast enough.
The first step in tackling these infections wreaking havoc across industries is recognizing and addressing the gaps. This live webinar will discuss 3 significant signs you’re missing critical threats, and how to rapidly detect these dangerous breaches so you can take action before it’s too late.
What It Takes for Small and Mid-Sized Organizations to Steer Clear of Critical Access Risks
Tuesday, October 13 | 10:00 a.m. CT
For small and mid-sized organizations, mitigating identity-related access risks may seem like a never-ending struggle they face on their own. They are tasked with supporting countless systems, networks, and applications with access to key data. They have limited staff, frequently rely on manual user provisioning and deprovisioning, and depend on decentralized processes for managing accounts—limiting their visibility into access levels and magnifying access risks across the business.
And while they often face the same security and compliance demands as global organizations, small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) typically lack the resources of these large enterprises—making identity governance solutions out of reach. Until now. Join us for a ground-breaking webinar to learn how SMBs can leverage identity governance specifically tailored for their unique needs and discover:
- How to defend against cybersecurity risks that stem from nefarious access
- How to do more with less by leveraging intelligent identity governance and administration (IGA) solutions designed for SMBs
- How to build seamless programs and strategies that mitigate identity-related access risks even with limited resources
- How near one-step IGA deployment can ensure small and mid-sized companies get up and running fast
Meeting Compliance Goals and Beyond: Virus Protection on IBM Systems
Thursday, October 22 | 10:00 a.m. CT
When it comes to cybersecurity, the old proverb “what you don’t know can’t hurt you” could not be further from the truth. Unfortunately, despite hosting mission-critical applications and data, IBM Systems like IBM i, AIX, LinuxPPC, and Linux on Z are often neglected and left unprotected. While these systems are beloved for their performance and reliability, none of them are immune to malware.
As the number of compliance mandates have continued to grow, there is more awareness about the need to properly secure every endpoint—so why are so many organizations still getting breached? In this live webinar, cybersecurity expert Bob Erdman will discuss the impact viruses, ransomware, and other attacks can have on IBM systems, the importance of native protection, and how to overcome obstacles impeding progress to meeting compliance responsibilities.