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Learn How to Find Security Threats Befo...
Every network has a security vulnerability. Vulnerabilities obviously lead to threats. Do you know where your vulnerabilities and any hidden threats are located? With major security breaches happening every year to businesses and government agencies of every type, don't you want to find (and fix) your network BEFORE a hacker finds and exploits the weakness? In this webinar, we explain what you need to do to actually protect yourself from vulne...
February 1, 2022
Organizer: SANS Institute
Location: Webcast
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ICS Cyber Resilience, Active Defense ...
Join members of the SANS Industrial Control Systems (ICS) Team in a new ICS Webcast Series: ICS Cyber Resilience, Active Defense & Safety. Presenters will address the recent increase in attack campaigns and impacts seen across multiple sectors in the ICS space. Topics of discussion will include ransomware impacting critical infrastructure, detecting advanced adversaries inside ICS networks, and a variety of other threats and defenses. This...
January 11, 2022
Organizer: SANS Institute
Location: Webcast
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DevSecOps and Application Threat Landsc...
Over the past few years, we have seen drastic, but welcome, changes in how organizations manage their own software and code. Organizations are embracing security at the code level, encouraging developers and security teams to work closely together. Giving way to the term “DevSecOps”, developers now integrate automated processes to build and ship code, streamline the development cycle, and ship code more securely. However, cyber adv...
December 10, 2021
Organizer: SANS Institute
Location: Webcast
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Ransomware in Focus: How AI Stays One S...
As the world continues to endure ongoing global disruption, cyber-attackers have been constantly updating their tactics in light of emerging trends. According to MIT Technology Review, 121 million ransomware attacks were recorded in the first half of 2020, each one attempting to encrypt private data and extort payment for its release. The automated elements of these attacks, malware that moves faster than security teams can respond, is one of...
March 17, 2021
Organizer: SANS Institute
Location: Webcast
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