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EDT: 11:00 a.m. | PDT: 8:00 a.m. | BST: 16:00 As organizations and governments race towards digital transformation, they expose themselves to a variety of risks that traditional information and cybersecurity practices are not accustomed to encountering. In the face of technology evolution, regulatory complexity, an increasing threat landscape and limited resources, will security and risk leaders be able to align to the ambitious goals set by their business leaders? In this unique complimentary live video discussion, 4 leading Gartner security & risk experts debate how the nature of risks are evolving and what you can do to transform security and risk into a business function.
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Join us for this complimentary security and risk webinar, as Gartner expert Anton Chuvakin looks at the key practices related to modern network security analytics. We review various modes of traffic analysis and the use of traffic data for detection and response. Discover how your organization can modernize network threat detection and response.
Clearly articulating the business value of cybersecurity remains one of the major obstacles that CIOs and CISOs face. The benefits of cybersecurity must be translated into business terminology. This security and risk webinar shares best practices to develop and communicate an effective business case for security investment.
Can your security protect your success? Last year, Gartner introduced a new strategic approach for information security -- Continuous Adaptive Risk and Trust Assessment (CARTA). This new charter embraces the reality of securing a world where our digital business capabilities are accessed anywhere, by anyone from any device and where attackers continue to innovate. This security and risk webinar explores the significant changes to security and infrastructure required by CARTA. We also share the 7 principles of CARTA and implications for your security organization.
Is your organization truly safe? Digital business continues to challenge the conventions of risk and security management. IT leaders must develop a clear vision and strategy that enable a coherent digital security program. This webinar unlocks what constitutes an effective digital security vision and strategy, the elements you need for your digital security program, and the drivers that will shape security strategy in 2019.
Multi-factor authentication (MFA) helps defend against account takeover attacks, the most common type of cyber attack. A new crop of cloud-based MFA services provides support for strong authentication for a variety of scenarios. In this webinar, we discuss cloud-based MFA that can balance trust, user experience and cost. We also review commonly supported MFA use cases, multi-factor authentication methods, and adaptive access functionality that is increasingly demanded by security-conscious organizations.
Organizations are allocating funds for blockchain without defining use cases, putting security and risk management leaders in a bind. Security leaders need to support the adoption of blockchain, but manage the risks that result from relatively unproven tools. In this webinar, we provide high-level concepts of blockchain and discuss how it will impact your organization's information and data security.
A security and risk strategy outlines the approach, but a story engages the organization in why and how they participate in that strategy. Behavior change happens when employees understand why transformation is necessary and how to participate in those modifications. This webinar will explore best practices in creating a story that enhances your strategy. The way to pull that story together is different then you probably think!
The complexity and speed of change affecting digital business challenges the basic principles of information risk and security management. Many organizations still lack a formal digital (or cyber) security program with a clear vision of what they must achieve. This webinar introduces an actionable vision for security and risk management and discusses the most integral components of security as a part of an effective digital platform strategy.
Every organization, not just major corporations and government entities, is at risk of being hacked by advanced advisories.In this webinar, we review three case study incidents to highlight the root cause and lessons learned from major hacks. The three incidents we highlight represent the state of the art at the time and/or they illustrate changing patterns that security planners must consider. This discussion focuses on publicly available information that has been corroborated by conversations with people familiar with the details of these events.