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Taking training to a new level: AI-driven personalisation
We assume that training works, but how much do staff actually learn? Do you know whether your cybersecurity training is any good? Join us as we discover how companies can protect themselves from employees’ mistakes. We look at the importance of adaptive learning and the psychology behind it, and show how personalisation has a dramatic impact on performance.
Recorded on: Friday 27 November 2020
The Chief’s Brief with Craig Jones, Director of Cybercrime, Interpol
Craig Jones leads Interpol’s Global Cybercrime Programme, responsible for the threat response and capabilities of 194 member countries. With 30 years’ law enforcement experience, Craig is an expert in cybercrime investigations. We are delighted that he joins us to discuss his story and his work in global law enforcement.
Recorded on: Thursday 26 November 2020
From cybersecurity to cyber-maturity – a journey worth taking
The cyber landscape is being squeezed by an increase in risk on one side and an ever more complex business environment on the other. This session unashamedly looks at non-technical approaches to building a robust cyber-maturity strategy. One that is evidential and measurable in its approach to better direct your operational and technical priorities.
Recorded on: Wednesday 25 November 2020
Developing a playbook for corporate communications after a data breach
After a data breach, getting communications right can make a significant difference in public perceptions and ultimately, a company’s bottom line. This talk presents a new, freely available playbook to support organisations through this process, which is based on case studies, research and interviews with senior security and crisis response professionals.
Recorded on: Monday 23 November 2020
How to build a SOC when you have limited resources
Some organisations have a 24/ 7 security operations centre (SOC) with teams of dedicated analysts carefully monitoring for threats around the clock, every day of the year. Unfortunately, most organisations cannot afford the costs of this. So join us as Andrew explains best practice in building an efficient security operation with the resources available to you.
Recorded on: Friday 20 November 2020
Taking care of ourselves: Strategies to identify and manage professional stress
Throughout lockdown, many of us have focussed on supporting others whilst enabling business to function. But we have focussed less on our mental health and resilience. How far should personal responsibility as a leader extend? In this roundtable, we will examine our pressures and discuss ways we can maintain our own business, team and family resilience.
Recorded on: Wednesday 18 November 2020
A global reset: Cybersecurity predictions 2021
2020 has shaped up in a way that nobody could have expected, making it even more critical we prepare ourselves. Threat intelligence expert Dr Jamie Collier shares upcoming cyber trends and challenges. During the webinar, he will touch on remote working, threat actors, intelligence-led security validation, cloud security, nation-state activity and ransomware.
Recorded on: Tuesday 17 November 2020
Driving real behaviour change: How to build a security awareness program that works
When it comes to modern Cybersecurity – ultimately your users are your last line of defence. So you need to arm them with both knowledge and practice to mould dynamic, alert guardians of both your organisation and your data. The key to your success is engaging, entertaining – and crucially – topical security awareness training. So where to start, or how to renew your program?
Recorded on: Monday 16 November 2020
Office 365: Man-in-the-middle attack demonstration
With the shift in the remote workforce, there’s been an increase in adversaries using a man-in-the-middle attack to bypass MFA and breach Office 365 tenants. Join us as you will get to see how this attack is executed, as the attacker gains access to SharePoint online and accesses sensitive organisational files. We’ll show you how you can detect and respond.
Recorded on: Friday 13 November 2020
How to hack a police station
Watch Jake unfold a targeted physical and cyberattack on a police station whilst equipped with a genuine “get out of jail free” card. Find out how he was able to bypass physical security and procedures in place in order to get into the network and control all aspects of the police database – even change passwords.
Recorded on: Wednesday 11 November 2020
Coronavirus: The ongoing response from around the world
In the latest SASIG webinar in our international coronavirus response series, SASIG members from around the world will discuss how the continuing Covid-19 pandemic is affecting their countries, how organisations are maintaining their resilience, and how they and their families are dealing with things at home and at work.
Recorded on: Tuesday 10 November 2020
Why CEOs should care about data privacy and compliance
By 2024, CEOs will be held personally liable for data breaches. That’s why the C-Suite must understand why data privacy and cybersecurity are crucial and how these functions support overall business goals. We’ll explore the benefits of compliance (beyond just avoiding fines) and how security leaders can better communicate risk, opportunity, and cybersecurity ROI.
Recorded on: Monday 9 November 2020
The Chief’s Brief: With Bobby Ford, Vice President & Global CISO, Unilever
Bobby Ford is Global CISO of Unilever, one of the world’s largest consumer goods companies. Previously, as a soldier in the US Army, he was an information security analyst for the Pentagon Computer Incident Response Team. We are privileged to hear Bobby’s story and learn of his journey to the highest echelons of cybersecurity.
Recorded on: Friday 6 November 2020
Forestall the fireworks in your data: How to place a value on risk
There are hidden fireworks in every data estate waiting to go ‘bang’ unless they are found and remediated. Many IT professionals are worried that their organisation will be the next data breach. Yet you can’t elevate risk as a board-level business driver if it doesn’t have a value. Join us on Guy Fawkes Day as we explain how you can define value on your risk.
Recorded on: Thursday 5 November 2020
How the environmental impact affects your bottom line: Things you should consider when choosing your system software
System software – such as anti-malware – may not be the obvious starting point for companies when scrutinising its potential harm to the environment, as well as the impact upon its costs. However, many independent AV testing organisations cite it as a critical consideration. We explore why that is the case and bring system software impacts into your focus.
Recorded on: Monday 2 November 2020
Seven new education ideas to get your organisation cyber-savvy
Are your staff bored with security bulletins? Worried they’re not hitting the mark? We explore how Lloyds Banking Group uses a variety of fresh communication methods to influence security behaviour and culture positively. Learn how to inject interactivity with elegant in-house solutions without blowing the budget to enliven your corporate cyber education.
Recorded on: Friday 30 October 2020
Security and privacy: Two sides of the same coin?
Privacy and security are clearly closely related, and often intersect, but they aren’t the same thing. Privacy relates to how you control your personal information and how it’s used; security refers to how all information is protected. We consider what each does, the differences and touchpoints from the DPO and CISO hilltops, and their working relationship.
Recorded on: Thursday 29 October 2020
Harassing minds: The many benefits of the neurodivergent brain
Stuck on the detail, or diligent? An inability to move on, or are they focused? Unsociable, or prefers their own company? Neurodiversity accepts that everybody’s brain works differently. There are many reasons for this, it’s what makes us so rich and beautiful. However, it can also restrict our potential and our ability to thrive. This webinar provides answers as we explore our own diversity of thought.
Recorded on: Wednesday 28 October 2020
Cyber Squad – Anatomy of a cybercrime investigation
SASIG has worked with The National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC) and BAFTA-winning documentary-maker and director Paul Berriff OBE to create a film illustrating a cybercrime investigation. Join us for this masterpiece, as we follow real cybercops progress from intelligence reports through to suspect interview.
Recorded on: Tuesday 27 October 2020
The consideration of ethics in developing technology
As we develop new technology, we focus on the benefits without considering the consequences. Criminals access nation-state capability. Unscrupulous individuals use social media to spread extremist views or play havoc with our elections. The increase in data raises concerns around its exploitation. So can technology be developed with ethics in mind, and if so, how?
Recorded on: Monday 26 October 2020
Threat intelligence and APT Trends in 2020: The latest campaigns, tools and targets
Kaspersky expert David Emm will guide us on the current advanced persistent threats and share his unique insider view on recent activity by threat actors. We’ll discover the most significant events that had the most impact. Mirza Asrar Baig also discusses the value of threat intelligence, and how to use it to protect your organisation against these threats.
Recorded on: Friday 23 October 2020
Optimising for the future: Can automation supercharge your IT teams?
Expectations around work-life balance have evolved: Some employees may return to the office; others may never do so. Organisations are exploring whether this model should be permanent. However, 85% of IT leaders believe this will stretch their security teams and will need extra resources. We explore how innovative technologies can help relieve this burden.
Recorded on: Thursday 22 October 2020
Combatting ransomware and APT activity with process-level monitoring
As ransomware attacks continue to hit the headlines, they pose a significant threat to all organisations. So how do you reduce the associated risk to protect your organisation? Andrew and Dan discuss recent ransomware incidents, why ransomware is more prevalent and destructive than ever before and give you practical tips to help detect and respond to them.
Recorded on: Tuesday 20 October 2020
Minimising risk from cyber threats: Focusing on reducing time to containment
With limited resources, an ever-growing skills gap and an escalating volume of security alerts, organisations are left vulnerable to what is perceived to be an unavoidable risk. How can they minimise risk from cyber threats without further increasing the workload? In this webinar, we will discuss how automation can help address these challenges faced by CISOs.
Recorded on: Monday 19 October 2020
To remediate or not to remediate? That is THE question
The single most heated conversation during every incident response is around remediation: When, what, how – and should we? We analyse this from different angles to understand how to best deal with it depending on the specific context of the breach you’re dealing with. We’ll also look at the key impacts upon a business and conveying the rationale to the board.
Recorded on: Friday 16 October 2020
You can stop stupid
Security professionals often complain that end users are stupid. But we should instead identify and adjust failings in our practices, as well as the processes and technologies that enable such behaviours. Ira is one of the world’s most influential security professionals. He writes and speaks on cybersecurity and the human aspects of security and technology.
Recorded on: Thursday 15 October 2020
The CISO conundrum – legacy environments – it is all about the business risk
Few organisations are immune to the effects of legacy systems, which are often business-critical in their environments. We all know how hard dealing with the standard estate is; let alone legacy, but you cannot just do nothing. We explore how to track and reassess our legacy environments to determine the process needed to make them secure.
Recorded on: Wednesday 14 October 2020
The establishment of the UK’s Cybersecurity Council
The session covers a history of the Cyber Security Alliance and the UK Cyber Security Council Formation Project. The Council goes live in April 2021 and will provide focus and coherence to the profession, including career and qualification pathways and a route to chartered status for individuals. The session will include a Q&A with Alliance and project members.
Recorded on: Tuesday 13 October 2020
Live cyber attack: Maze ransomware attack simulation
Ransomware gangs like Maze dwell in networks, stealing data and leaving backdoors, before dropping ransom notes. Join us as we explain how big-game ransomware gangs operate and showcase common tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs), with takeaways to help you prepare for an attack. Dave will run a Maze attack simulation, showing how an IR team should respond.
Recorded on: Friday 9 October 2020
OpSec tales from the trenches: The ins, outs, wins and fails of online operational security
Operation Security (OpSec) is hard, it only takes one slip-up for the house of cards to tumble down. We examine its history, from its real-world military origins to its modern-day use by hackers and privacy-conscious netizens alike. Come for stories of modern-day OpSec mishaps, stay for the lessons into how hackers tread cautiously, to avoid getting caught.
Recorded on: Thursday 8 October 2020
Coping strategies from an F-14 Fighter Pilot to help with today’s extreme situations
How do we safeguard our organisation from a technological or reputational crisis? In an emergency, the public relies on the police, fire and the military, trained to deal with stress and complexity. Trained as an F-14 Pilot for the US Navy, Rob shares more of his tips, tricks and war stories that we can all learn from, relating them to our current situation.
Recorded on: Wednesday 7 October 2020