When: December 14 | 2022 Attend
In an interconnected, ever changing digital world, how well your data is secured across your supply chain is a matter of great importance. Failing to adequately screen vendor security risks can lead to data breaches, which can shut down operations, damage customer trust and incur hefty regulatory penalties.
When: January 26 | 2023 Attend
The state of cybersecurity feels volatile. Despite massive worldwide spending on risk management to the tune of $150 billion, cyber attacks keep happening. Ransomware attacks doubled in 2021, with average ransomware recovery costs doubling to $1.85 million and average downtime increasing to 22 days.
When: March 16 | 2023 Attend
Cybersecurity is one of the largest concerns facing businesses today and hackers continuously develop diverse ways of penetrating your cybersecurity defences. By adopting the mindset of a hacker, you can be one step ahead of malicious attacks and improve your cybersecurity infrastructure.
Recorded: September 22 | 2022 Attend
Ransomware is a type of malicious attack where attackers encrypt an organization’s data and demand payment to restore access. It disrupts or halts an organization’s operations and poses a dilemma for management: pay the ransom and hope that the attackers keep their word about restoring access and not disclosing data, or do not pay the ransom and restore operations themselves. The methods used to gain access to an organization’s information and systems are common to cyberattacks more broadly, but they are aimed at forcing a ransom to bepaid.
Recorded: September 8 | 2022 Attend
A huge percentage of data breaches start with privileged credential abuse. There are often many privileged accounts that today’s overburdened IT security teams lose track of them. Stop leaving privileged accounts available for attackers to compromise and insiders to misuse! Instead, discover and remove them to achieve zero standing privilege (ZSP).
Recorded: April 7 | 2022 Attend
Being a security professional has never been harder. The increasing threat environment, expanding attack surface, and continuous stakeholder demands for transparency are only adding to the challenges. It’s no wonder that Gartner’s latest report — “Predicts 2022: Cybersecurity” — states that cybersecurity leaders are “losing control” of decision making in an increasingly distributed ecosystem.
Recorded: March 10 | 2022 Watch
The average ransom fee requested increased from $5,000 in 2018 to around $200,000 in 2020*, and according to FBI Director Christopher Wray, reports of ransomware attacks have tripled over the past year. The increased frequency and scope of these attacks present not only a business risk for a company, but legal and compliance risks as well.