Modern Enterprises Security

Protecting People | Information and Systems – a Growing Problem

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MES – Why cybercrime is here to stay – a profitable business model
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MES – The macro-economic cost of cybercrime
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MES – The role of governments and regulation
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MES – The foundational elements of security
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MES – The cybersecurity talent shortage

The Human Side of Cybersecurity

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MES – People exploiting people
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MES – The three types of insider threats

Anatomy of an Attack

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MES – Understanding the risk from targeted attacks
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MES – Stages of an attack
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MES – Extortion
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MES – Stealing information
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MES – System disruption or destruction
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MES – Attackers for hire

Protecting People | Information and Systems with Timeless Best Practices

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MES – The most important threat vector
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MES – Time-honored best practices that could stop most breaches
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MES – Capabilities necessary in the remote world
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MES – The role of human behavior
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MES – The everything, everywhere world

Protecting against Common Attacks by Partnering with End Users

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MES – A framework for effective training
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MES – Making your people your partners
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MES – Training people to protect against common hacking techniques
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MES – Tabletop exercises

Information Security for a Changing World

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MES – Frames of reference
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MES – Challenges with the traditional information security model
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MES – Protecting information
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MES – Securing networks and workloads – past, present, and future
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MES – Securing identities and granting access
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MES – Securing endpoints

Difficulty Securing the Modern Enterprise (with Solutions!)

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MES – Cybersecurity talent shortage
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MES – Too much technology with too little process
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MES – What are we trying to accomplish?
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MES – Lack of continuing education

Harnessing Automation Opportunities

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MES – Defining automation opportunities
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MES – Gathering data and applying context
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MES – Testing the system
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MES – How attackers can leverage automation

Cybersecurity at Home

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MES – Protecting children and teaching them about online safety
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MES – Password managers
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MES – Multifactor authentication
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MES – Password complexity and why it matters
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MES – Stop publishing your information!

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