When it comes to cybersecurity, being in step with the current landscape and newest trends is a real task. Technology is ever evolving, and it’s hard to keep up with sophisticated attacks by cybercriminals and an increasing number of security and data protection regulations.
At ManageEngine, we host webinars on the latest developments in cybersecurity every month. Through these free webinars, we aim to educate security enthusiasts and professionals by helping them stay up to date with cybersecurity trends and best practices. We are also eager to learn new approaches to security from our participants. We find this as a way of contributing to the field of cybersecurity. These monthly webinars are presented by Ram Vaidyanathan, a cybersecurity specialist and evangelist at ManageEngine. As a leading player in cybersecurity conferences and seminars worldwide, he loves to interact with audiences about IT security and cyber risks.
Want to catch up with the latest trends in cybersecurity as you enter 2023? You have come to the right place! Here are our top five on-demand webinars of 2022.
MITRE ATT&CK® is a globally-accessible knowledge base of adversary tactics and techniques based on real-world observations. Using this framework, enterprises can discover the ways their networks can be exploited, come up with techniques to emulate adversaries, and learn mitigation and prevention strategies. From this webinar, you will gain a deeper understanding of every tactic, its related techniques in the framework, and how to bring MITRE ATT&CK into a security information and event management (SIEM) solution for enhanced threat detection.
This webinar will empower you to be proactive with attack detection and mitigation.
Cyberthreats have become pervasive and continue to upend every facet of the digital realm. For the safety of an organization’s data or its reputation, security solutions like SIEM are essential and must be on par with increasingly sophisticated cyberattacks. But do you know how to use your SIEM efficiently so that you can exercise all of its abilities to the fullest? Don’t worry, we’ll enlighten you.
Watch this webinar to know about the four essential capabilities of a SIEM solution that can monumentally impact how you detect threats and make your SIEM ten times better than it already is.
Correlating events to identify if they are part of a larger incident or an attack is a basic responsibility of security analysts. But with every organization generating an incredible amount of data, it has become impossible for an analyst to identify an event pattern as an attack manually. That’s why security professionals need a SIEM solution with a powerful correlation engine. In this webinar, Ram talks about the use of both built-in and customizable correlation rules that should be a part of your SIEM. While built-in rules help you look for the most well-known threats, custom rules help you thwart attacks that may be of special concern to your organization.
Watch this webinar to learn how to use correlation rules to tackle these five security challenges: ransomware, cryptojacking, brute-force attacks, excessive file activity and modifications, and excessive password change failure.
Receiving alerts when a critical event occurs is the first step in responding to a security incident. But as any security expert knows, analyzing log data can wreck havoc when you have to sort through the massive volume of events generated in your network.
Although most SIEM solutions help admins overcome data overload by offering customizable alerts, it isn’t always easy to decide which events are actually critical. In fact, alert overload can be just as dangerous as having too much raw security data.
Watch this webinar to learn how to mitigate threats with response automation.
Prevention is better than cure. Cyber criminals are constantly improving their attack strategies, so it’s essential for businesses to detect and thwart attacks before they happen. Reactive measures are crucial, too. Performing a cause-effect analysis after an attack will help repair and rectify the weaknesses that allowed it to occur in the first place. While proactive strategies will help enterprises stay on top of attacks, reactive measures will help strengthen their security perimeters and build a more resilient security infrastructure based on past oversights. It makes the best sense for enterprises to blend proactive and reactive approaches to build an effective cybersecurity strategy.
Watch this webinar to gain insights into a layered defense strategy that includes being proactive and reactive.