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Generative AI Security - Secure Your Business in a World Powered by LLMs

Generative AI Security - Secure Your Business in a World Powered by LLMs

Mar 20, 2024 Artificial intelligence / Webinar
Did you know that 79% of organizations are already leveraging Generative AI technologies? Much like the internet defined the 90s and the cloud revolutionized the 2010s, we are now in the era of Large Language Models (LLMs) and Generative AI. The potential of Generative AI is immense, yet it brings significant challenges, especially in security integration. Despite their powerful capabilities, LLMs must be approached with caution. A breach in an LLM's security could expose the data it was trained on, along with sensitive organizational and user information, presenting a considerable risk. Join us for an enlightening session with Elad Schulman, CEO & Co-Founder of Lasso Security, and Nir Chervoni, Booking.com's Head of Data Security. They will share their real-world experiences and insights into securing Generative AI technologies. Why Attend? This webinar is a must for IT professionals, security experts, business leaders, and anyone fascinated by the future of Generati
Join Our Webinar on Protecting Human and Non-Human Identities in SaaS Platforms

Join Our Webinar on Protecting Human and Non-Human Identities in SaaS Platforms

Mar 13, 2024 SaaS Security / Webinar
Identities are the latest sweet spot for cybercriminals, now heavily targeting SaaS applications that are especially vulnerable in this attack vector. The use of SaaS applications involves a wide range of identities, including human and non-human, such as service accounts, API keys, and OAuth authorizations. Consequently, any identity in a SaaS app can create an opening for cybercriminals to compromise, leading to data breaches, compliance violations, and financial losses.  Many safeguards have been developed to better protect human identities, including multi-factor identification and single sign-on (SSO). These measures can protect enterprises against attacks using stolen credentials, such as password sprays.  Protecting non-human identities is more challenging, as MFA and SSO are usually not feasible with accounts that are not associated with any individual employee. Non-human accounts are also more sensitive since they come with the high privileges needed for integration activi
10,000 Victims a Day: Infostealer Garden of Low-Hanging Fruit

10,000 Victims a Day: Infostealer Garden of Low-Hanging Fruit

Jul 15, 2024Cyber Crime / Data Protection
Imagine you could gain access to any Fortune 100 company for $10 or less, or even for free. Terrifying thought, isn't it? Or exciting, depending on which side of the cybersecurity barricade you are on. Well, that's basically the state of things today. Welcome to the infostealer garden of low-hanging fruit. Over the last few years, the problem has grown bigger and bigger, and only now are we slowly learning its full destructive potential. In this article, we will describe how the entire cybercriminal ecosystem operates, the ways various threat actors exploit data originating from it, and most importantly, what you can do about it. Let's start with what infostealer malware actually is. As the name suggests, it's malware that... steals data. Depending on the specific type, the information it extracts might differ slightly, but most will try to extract the following: Cryptocurrency wallets Bank account information and saved credit card details Saved passwords from various apps Bro
Learn How to Build an Incident Response Playbook Against Scattered Spider in Real-Time

Learn How to Build an Incident Response Playbook Against Scattered Spider in Real-Time

Feb 20, 2024 Webinar / Incident Response
In the tumultuous landscape of cybersecurity, the year 2023 left an indelible mark with the brazen exploits of the Scattered Spider threat group. Their attacks targeted the nerve centers of major financial and insurance institutions, culminating in what stands as one of the most impactful ransomware assaults in recent memory.  When organizations have no response plan in place for such an attack, it can become overwhelming attempting to prioritize the next steps that will have a compounding impact on the threat actor's ability to retain access to and control over a compromised network. Silverfort's threat research team interacted closely with the identity threats used by Scattered Spider. and in fact, built a response playbook in real time to respond to an active Scattered Spider attack. This webinar will dissect the real-life scenario in which they were called upon to build and execute a response plan while attackers were moving inside an organization's hybrid environme
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Top 4 Security Risks of GenAI

websiteWizGenAI Security / Technology
Gain a competitive edge and unlock the top 4 major emerging risks within GenAI. This report from Gartner provides insights and recommended actions for security and product leaders.
Stop Identity Attacks: Discover the Key to Early Threat Detection

Stop Identity Attacks: Discover the Key to Early Threat Detection

Nov 28, 2023 Threat Detection / Insider Threat
Identity and Access Management (IAM) systems are a staple to ensure only authorized individuals or entities have access to specific resources in order to protect sensitive information and secure business assets. But did you know that today over 80% of attacks now involve identity, compromised credentials or bypassing the authentication mechanism? Recent breaches at MGM and Caesars have underscored that, despite best efforts, it is not "if" but "when" a successful attack will have bypassed authentication and authorization controls. Account takeover, when an unauthorized individual gains access to a legitimate user account, is now the number one attack vector of choice for malicious actors. With so much focus on controls for prevention, the necessary detection and rapid response to identity-based attacks is often overlooked. And since these attacks use stolen or compromised credentials, it can be difficult to distinguish from legitimate users without a layer of detection. Dive deep i
Discover 2023's Cloud Security Strategies in Our Upcoming Webinar - Secure Your Spot

Discover 2023's Cloud Security Strategies in Our Upcoming Webinar - Secure Your Spot

Nov 17, 2023
In 2023, the cloud isn't just a technology—it's a battleground. Zenbleed, Kubernetes attacks, and sophisticated APTs are just the tip of the iceberg in the cloud security warzone. In collaboration with the esteemed experts from Lacework Labs, The Hacker News proudly presents an exclusive webinar: ' Navigating the Cloud Attack Landscape: 2023 Trends, Techniques, and Tactics .' Join us for an insightful session led by Jose Hernandez of Lacework Labs, where we dissect and analyze the year's most pressing cloud security issues. This webinar is not just about theory; it's a practical guide filled with actionable strategies to shield your organization from advanced threats in the cloud.  Highlights include: Kubernetes Security Breaches:  Explore the surge in Kubernetes-related vulnerabilities and the concerning increase in administrative plane abuses. Zenbleed in Focus:  Understand the far-reaching impact of the Zenbleed vulnerability and how Lacework Labs is
Webinar: Kickstarting Your SaaS Security Strategy & Program

Webinar: Kickstarting Your SaaS Security Strategy & Program

Nov 08, 2023 Webinar / SaaS Security
SaaS applications make up 70% of total company software usage, and as businesses increase their reliance on SaaS apps, they also increase their reliance on those applications being secure. These SaaS apps store an incredibly large volume of data so safeguarding the organization's SaaS app stack and data within is paramount. Yet, the path to implementing an effective SaaS security program is  not  straightforward.  There are numerous potential attack vectors. Security teams need to handle the challenge of gaining control over a diverse range of applications, each having its own unique characteristics. Additionally, the SaaS app environments are dynamic and the proactive configurations needing adjustments from updates, onboarding, deprovisioning, changing roles and permissions and much more, is endless.  If that's not enough complexity, these applications are managed by various business departments, making it impractical for the security team to exercise complete control.  Jo
New Webinar: 5 Must-Know Trends Impacting AppSec

New Webinar: 5 Must-Know Trends Impacting AppSec

Oct 30, 2023 Webinar / Web App Security
Modern web app development relies on cloud infrastructure and containerization. These technologies scale on demand, handling millions of daily file transfers – it's almost impossible to imagine a world without them. However, they also introduce multiple attack vectors that exploit file uploads when working with public clouds, vulnerabilities in containers hosting web applications, and many other persistent threats. We surveyed organizations responsible for securing critical web applications used by healthcare, financial services, technology, and other critical infrastructure verticals to learn how they tackle the most destructive threats and summarized our findings in the OPSWAT 2023 State of Web Application Security Report. The survey report revealed that: 97% of organizations use or will deploy containers in their web hosting environments. 75% use cloud storage access solutions and want to prevent malware, secure sensitive data, and mitigate security compliance risks. 94% c
Webinar: Locking Down Financial and Accounting Data — Best Data Security Strategies

Webinar: Locking Down Financial and Accounting Data — Best Data Security Strategies

Oct 17, 2023 Data Security / Infosec Webinar
Financial data is much more than just a collection of numbers; it is a crucial component of any business and a prime target for cybercriminals. It's important to understand that financial records can be a veritable treasure trove for digital pirates. A security breach not only puts customers' personal information in jeopardy but also enables fraudsters to drain company funds and exploit clients. Data threats can arise from a variety of sources, ranging from malicious actors with harmful intentions to simple mistakes, such as sending a confidential email to the wrong recipient. The methods used to compromise data are diverse and constantly evolving, including ransomware attacks and inadvertent leaks in cloud storage. Navigating this complex landscape can be daunting, but knowledge is empowering. We're excited to announce that we are hosting an exclusive webinar in collaboration with experts from Win Zip. Titled " Locking Down Financial and Accounting Data — Best Dat
Webinar — AI vs. AI: Harnessing AI Defenses Against AI-Powered Risks

Webinar — AI vs. AI: Harnessing AI Defenses Against AI-Powered Risks

Sep 25, 2023 Artificial Intelligence / Cybersecurity
Generative AI is a double-edged sword, if there ever was one. There is broad agreement that tools like ChatGPT are unleashing waves of productivity across the business, from IT, to customer experience, to engineering. That's on the one hand.  On the other end of this fencing match: risk. From IP leakage and data privacy risks to the empowering of cybercriminals with AI tools, generative AI presents enterprises with concrete concerns. For example, the mass availability of AI tools was the second most-reported Q2 risk among senior enterprise risk executives — appearing in the top 10 for the first time — according to a  Gartner survey .  In this escalating AI arms race, how can enterprises separate fact from hype and comprehensively manage generative AI risk while accelerating productivity?  Register here and join Zscaler's Will Seaton, Product Marketing Manager, ThreatLabz, to: Uncover the  tangible risks of generative AI  — both for employee AI usage and by threat actors b
Learn How Your Business Data Can Amplify Your AI/ML Threat Detection Capabilities

Learn How Your Business Data Can Amplify Your AI/ML Threat Detection Capabilities

Aug 25, 2023 Threat Detection / Artificial Intelligence
In today's digital landscape, your business data is more than just numbers—it's a powerhouse. Imagine leveraging this data not only for profit but also for enhanced AI and Machine Learning (ML) threat detection. For companies like Comcast, this isn't a dream. It's reality. Your business comprehends its risks, vulnerabilities, and the unique environment in which it operates. No generic, one-size-fits-all tool can capture this nuance. By utilizing your own data, you position yourself ahead of potential threats, enabling informed decisions and safeguarding your assets. Join our groundbreaking webinar, " Clean Data, Better Detections: Using Your Business Data for AI/ML Detections ," to unearth how your distinct business data can be the linchpin to amplifying your AI/ML threat detection prowess. This webinar will endow you with the insights and tools necessary to harness your business data, leading to sharper, more efficient, and potent threat detections. UPC
Webinar - Mastering API Security: Understanding Your True Attack Surface

Webinar - Mastering API Security: Understanding Your True Attack Surface

Jun 13, 2023 API Security / Webinar
Believe it or not, your attack surface is expanding faster than you realize. How? APIs, of course! More formally known as application programming interfaces, API calls are growing twice as fast as HTML traffic, making APIs an ideal candidate for new security solutions aimed at protecting customer data, according to Cloudflare. According to the "Quantifying the Cost of API Insecurity" report, US businesses incurred upwards of $23 billion in losses from API-related breaches in 2022. In fact, 76% of cybersecurity professionals admitted to experiencing an API-related security incident. This is why you can't afford to ignore your API security posture , especially when you consider that APIs don't exist in a vacuum. The infrastructure components powering those critical APIs can suffer from security misconfigurations as well, leaving you open to unexpected breaches. However, this isn't something you or your AppSec teams can take on alone, both in terms of volume and
Zero Trust + Deception: Join This Webinar to Learn How to Outsmart Attackers!

Zero Trust + Deception: Join This Webinar to Learn How to Outsmart Attackers!

May 18, 2023 Cybersecurity Webinar
Cybersecurity is constantly evolving, but complexity can give hostile actors an advantage. To stay ahead of current and future attacks, it's essential to simplify and reframe your defenses. Zscaler Deception is a state-of-the-art next-generation deception technology seamlessly integrated with the Zscaler Zero Trust Exchange. It creates a hostile environment for attackers and enables you to track the entire attack sequence. We're hosting a session where we'll demonstrate how you can set up Zscaler Deception to detect advanced attacks, investigate threats, and contain them. Join us to learn about the latest advances and best practices directly from our technical product experts. Don't let lateral threats compromise your environment. Why attend? Learn how Zscaler Deception can help you generate private threat intelligence, detect compromised users, stop lateral movement, and secure Active Directory. Discover automated deception campaigns that can be launched within
Tour of the Underground: Master the Art of Dark Web Intelligence Gathering

Tour of the Underground: Master the Art of Dark Web Intelligence Gathering

Apr 17, 2023 Cybersecurity / Webinar
The Deep, Dark Web – The Underground – is a haven for cybercriminals, teeming with tools and resources to launch attacks for financial gain, political motives, and other causes. But did you know that the underground also offers a goldmine of threat intelligence and information that can be harnessed to bolster your cyber defense strategies? The challenge lies in continuously monitoring the right dark web sources and gathering actionable intelligence through manual methods, which can lead to analyst fatigue and delayed action. Traditional methods of unearthing dark web intelligence can be time-consuming, exhausting, and often fruitless. Discover how to pierce the veil of darkness and illuminate the path to a more secure cyber landscape in our exclusive, high-impact webinar. Register now to secure your spot ! In this enlightening session, you will: Gain practical insights on how to access the dark web Uncover the various types of underground sources that threat actors use Learn how
Expert-Led Webinar: Learn Proven Strategies to Secure Your Identity Perimeter

Expert-Led Webinar: Learn Proven Strategies to Secure Your Identity Perimeter

Apr 08, 2023 Zero Trust / Access Control
The stakes are high when it comes to cybersecurity. No longer are we dealing with unskilled hackers trying to break into corporate systems with brute force. Today, cybercriminals are using highly sophisticated methods like social engineering, spear phishing, and BEC to target users directly and log in with valid credentials. This is why the identity perimeter has become a critical battleground in the fight against cyberattacks. But, many businesses are still relying on outdated security strategies and tools, leaving their users and sensitive systems exposed. To help you tackle this pressing issue, we're inviting you to join our upcoming webinar with Dor Dali, Head of Research at Cyolo. Dor has extensive experience in the field and will be sharing his insights on how to secure your identity perimeter and overcome common challenges. Here's what you can expect from the webinar: A deep dive into what the identity perimeter is and why it should be a critical focus point of y
Deep Dive Into 6 Key Steps to Accelerate Your Incident Response

Deep Dive Into 6 Key Steps to Accelerate Your Incident Response

Mar 31, 2023 Webinar / Incident response
Organizations rely on Incident response to ensure they are immediately aware of security incidents, allowing for quick action to minimize damage. They also aim to avoid follow on attacks or future related incidents. The SANS Institute provides research and education on information security. In the upcoming webinar, we'll outline , in detail, six components of a SANS incident response plan, including elements such as preparation, identification, containment, and eradication. The 6 steps of a complete IR Preparation:  This is the first phase and involves reviewing existing security measures and policies; performing risk assessments to find potential vulnerabilities; and establishing a communication plan that lays out protocols and alerts staff to potential security risks. During the holidays, the preparation stage of your IR plan is crucial as it gives you the opportunity to communicate holiday-specific threats and put the wheels in motion to address such threats as they are identif
How to Tackle the Top SaaS Challenges of 2023

How to Tackle the Top SaaS Challenges of 2023

Feb 24, 2023 Cybersecurity Webinar / SaaS Security
Are you prepared to tackle the top SaaS challenges of 2023? With high-profile data breaches affecting major companies like Nissan and Slack, it's clear that SaaS apps are a prime target for cyberattacks. The vast amounts of valuable information stored in these apps make them a goldmine for hackers. But don't panic just yet. With the right knowledge and tools, you can protect your company's sensitive data and prevent cyberattacks from wreaking havoc on your business. Join us for an  upcoming webinar  that will equip you with the insights you need to overcome the  top SaaS challenges of 2023 . Led by Maor Bin, CEO and Co-Founder of Adaptive Shield, this highly informative session will provide practical tips and actionable strategies for safeguarding your SaaS applications from potential threats. To better prepare and effectively safeguard your organization, it is crucial to have a comprehensive understanding of the potential entry points and challenges within the ever-e
Webinar: Learn How to Comply with New Cyber Insurance Identity Security Requirements

Webinar: Learn How to Comply with New Cyber Insurance Identity Security Requirements

Feb 09, 2023 Identity Protection / Cyber Insurance
Have you ever stopped to think about the potential consequences of a cyberattack on your organization? It's getting more intense and destructive every day, and organizations are feeling the heat. That's why more and more businesses are turning to  cyber insurance  to find some much-needed peace of mind. Imagine, in the unfortunate event of a successful security breach or ransomware attack, the right policy can help minimize liability and contain losses. However, skyrocketing claims in 2020 sent shockwaves through the insurance industry, forcing insurance providers to reinvent the criteria for acquiring or renewing cyber insurance. As a result, businesses are now navigating a dramatically altered terrain where they must prove their ability to defend against ransomware attacks. This includes implementing a wide range of robust security measures, particularly around identity protection requirements such as MFA coverage and service account protection. The new identity protectio
LIVE Webinar: Key Lessons Learned from Major Cyberattacks in 2021 and What to Expect in 2022

LIVE Webinar: Key Lessons Learned from Major Cyberattacks in 2021 and What to Expect in 2022

Mar 02, 2022
With the COVID-19 pandemic continuing to impact, and perhaps permanently changing, how we work, cybercriminals again leveraged the distraction in new waves of cyberattacks. Over the course of 2021 we saw an increase in multiple attack approaches; some old, some new. Phishing and ransomware continued to grow from previous years, as expected, while new attacks on supply chains and cryptocurrencies captured our attention. We also saw an uptick in critical Windows vulnerabilities, again proving that no matter how many vulnerabilities are found, more will always exist.  As we enter 2022, we are seeing novel attacks originating from the conflict in Ukraine, which will certainly make their way into criminal attacks on worldwide businesses. In an upcoming webinar ( register here ), Cybersecurity company Cynet will provide an in-depth review of the high-profile attacks we saw in 2021 and provide guidance to cybersecurity professionals for 2022. What are the top cyberattacks in 2021 that Cyn
Cynet Log4Shell Webinar: A Thorough - And Clear - Explanation

Cynet Log4Shell Webinar: A Thorough - And Clear - Explanation

Feb 04, 2022
Most security practitioners are now aware of the Log4Shell vulnerability discovered toward the end of 2021. No one knows how long the vulnerability existed before it was discovered. The past couple of months have had security teams scrambling to patch the Log4Shell vulnerability found in Apache Log4j, a Java library widely used to log error messages in applications. Beyond patching, it's helpful and instructive for security practitioners to have a deeper understanding of this most recent critical vulnerability. Fortunately, Cynet Senior Security Researcher Igor Lahav is hosting a webinar [ Register here ] to provide "buzzword free" insights into Log4Shell. Based on a webinar preview provided by Cynet, the discussion will cover the software bugs in Apache Log4j that permitted the critical vulnerability, the exploits used to take advantage of the vulnerabilities and the remediation options available to protect your organization. This webinar will help make sense of the so
LIVE Webinar: Major Lessons to be Learned from Top Cyber Attacks in 2020

LIVE Webinar: Major Lessons to be Learned from Top Cyber Attacks in 2020

Feb 01, 2021
We likely all agree that 2020 was a year we won't soon forget - for many reasons. One area particularly impacted last year was (and continues to be) cybersecurity.  While Internet access allowed many businesses to continue functioning during the COVID-19 stay at home requirements, the unprecedented number of people accessing company assets remotely introduced many new challenges for cybersecurity professionals. With a history of leveraging societal maladies to their advantage, cyber criminals leverage the confusion and unpreparedness created by the global pandemic in their cyber attacks.  In just the last two months of 2020, several high-profile organizations and government entities were successfully attacked using clever approaches that were overlooked by cybersecurity experts. Making sense of how attacks have changed and what new defensive strategies should be taken is no easy task. Cybersecurity company Cynet will help by reviewing the 2020 high profile attacks in depth and
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