Recorded: September 16 | 2014 Play
2013 was the worst year yet in terms of data breaches, with over 740 million records exposed, and 2014 is shaping up to be more of the same. Security analysts estimate the costs of the data breach that hit U.S. retailer Target are approaching half a billion dollars for the company. The total cost of the breach including losses incurred by banks, consumers and others–could easily reach into the billions of dollars, and the incidents continue in the food industry, state government, and other sectors.
Recorded: August 20 | 2014 Play
With the emergence of big data healthcare analytics, electronic health information exchange, clinical data warehousing, and other technologies for optimizing patient care, the healthcare industry has never been more reliant on electronic data and the strict requirements associated with the data. The advances in business processes, technology and regulations require that data security initiatives evolve to address new and growing threats. Coincidentally, in a recent survey, 69% of organizations felt that provisions of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) have the effect of increasing or significantly increasing risks to patient privacy and security.
Recorded: July 15 | 2014 Play
Everything changed six months ago. The Target data breach caused us all to rethink payment security. The U.S. transition to EMV chip and pin cards, is around the corner. Tune into this webinar for a complete update on where EMV is today – lessons learned from Europe and Canada's experience of EMV adoption, and the latest about the liability shift in the U.S. How and when will EMV be augmented by new approaches to card data in mobile wallets, online, and at the point of sale?
Recorded: May 29 | 2014 Play
The state of business continuity and disaster recovery planning is dismal in most organizations and nonexistent in many. Most plans in place simply don't work. This is not surprising since disaster recovery hasn't been a priority among CIOs, until now, as cloud for disaster recovery is now a viable and more cost-effective option for organizations.
When: July 23 | 2014 Attend
The burden of the existing day-to-day IT workload has never been greater and continues to grow. The recent financial scandals and high profile data breaches have raised scrutiny to unprecedented levels. This scrutiny, together with new legislative changes, has resulted in an array of new compliance measures and related challenges, which have led to a melting pot of complexity that has seen organizations increase spend simply to 'keep the IT maintenance lights on'.
Recorded: May 6 | 2014 Attend
2014 has been called "The Year of Encryption." The recent data breaches, personal identity theft cases, email snooping concerns, and a serious, far-reaching software vulnerability (i.e., Heartbleed) have put a spotlight on the importance of protecting sensitive data, both inside and outside the enterprise. Email is invaluable to enterprises. It's the easiest mode of communication which also makes it an easy target for data theft.
Recorded: April 23 | 2014 Attend
Let's face it, there's unrelenting pressure on IT to enable competitive advantage through new technology and use of data assets‒-but the business is driving initiatives that can push sensitive production data into more and more exposed areas. The key question is 'How can you enable the business to be agile AND take a more proactive, programmatic approach to security at the same time?' With the advanced threats that are pervasive today, it's becoming increasingly dangerous for organizations to deploy new technologies and processes, and then reactively address the implications for data security in the ecosystem. You need a blueprint to reverse this trend in your organization.
Recorded: March 18 | 2014 Play
In December 2013, US retailer Target suffered a high profile data breach at the hands of a cybercriminal group, who infected its point-of-sale (PoS) terminals with malware to steal the details of around 110 million customers. Marcus Group's systems were also compromised recently and crooks made off with customer card details, while several other merchants are reported to be preparing to go public with their own breaches.