Join our network of senior cybersecurity professionals for a clay shooting and country sports experience day, combined with an immersive security education track.
With work-from-anywhere the new norm, we will show you how to protect your expanding attack surface with a powerful trio of solutions from Cybereason, Invicti and Netskope.
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Fri 20th May 2022 | 10:00 – 17:30 BST
E.J. Churchill Shooting Ground, Bucks, HP14 3NS
activereach, together with security solution providers, Cybereason, Invicti, and Netskope, are aligned to deliver an integrated security offering to better protect today’s dynamic and hybrid working environments at scale.
The sudden shift in working patterns due to the COVID-19 pandemic has driven many organizations to accelerate their multi-year digital transformation plans and increase their focus on areas such as remote collaboration and corporate access, sales, and customer service changes due to different buying behaviours, and critical cloud infrastructure and security. To optimize these areas, an organization’s entire digital strategy must be architected and deployed at speed — without compromising business continuity.
However, this rapid transition has also forced Security, DevOps and IT teams to find more robust security solutions quickly — with fewer resources and without the practical guidance they need to execute successfully.
The growing sophistication of cyber threats and the fact that working remotely increases attack surfaces means that endpoint solutions designed for an office-based corporate environment are no longer effective.
Securing a remote workforce requires a strong layered defence approach and a modern Zero Trust security architecture to help keep organizations’ users, endpoints, data, websites and networks safe from modern attacks. Everything from access controls to device posture to monitoring and remediation has to be highly coordinated to ensure a strong security stack that provides resiliency and flexibility without compromising productivity.
Given the speed of change required by shelter-in-place directives, companies have been forced to allow workers to use their personal devices in lieu of company-provided assets, and also ensure they could access corporate assets, data, and hundreds of apps from anywhere in the world. However, many organizations are struggling to provide the same level of security and access to their newly remote workforce, along with the same seamless experience their employees are used to — and it is becoming increasingly clear that many do not have adequate awareness of the cybersecurity threats facing a remote workforce.
At the same time, compliance requirements in regulated industries still need to be met. The number of collaboration channels and the amount of cloud data dispersed within and across SaaS applications have increased exponentially, leaving sensitive data unprotected and exposed to cyberattacks.
Netskope Threat Labs found that 20% of users have sensitive data moving between cloud apps — and even more concerning, 37% of this sensitive data is involved in data loss prevention (DLP) violations.
But while organizations are looking for cost-effective, scalable solutions for their dynamic workforce, adversaries are relentless as ever, employing social engineering phishing tactics and sophisticated ransomware that uses hard-to-detect “living off the land” (LOTL) techniques.
Meanwhile, as innovations in web applications drive the world forwards, new risks with serious consequences have emerged. Billions of these web applications today represent a significant attack vector for malicious actors who use them 40% of the time to gain access*
In 2010, there were just over 206 million registered websites, but today there are more than 1.9 billion, and those websites rely on components and integrations galore. Threat actors have more opportunity than ever to access personal information, find backdoors, and break through flimsy security protocols or legacy systems to access the data we use every day.
*according to Verizon DBR.
Organizations can move beyond legacy VPNs for remote network access with this modern, secure application-specific solution. Netskope replaces VPNs and enables Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) via a uniform policy engine, Cybereason embeds strong endpoint security to secure applications and network resources. You’ll reduce the attack surface by adhering to Zero Trust access for all users.
You’ll gain a comprehensive understanding of where data is within your cloud and web environment, regardless of device, network or location. The integrated solution provides extra layers of protection when users browse the web or use cloud apps, and also provides visibility into potentially risky behaviors, now that corporate resources are more easily accessible and more of your employees are working remotely. With strong DLP and data protection solutions, protecting data in motion and at rest, Netskope combined with identity and device controls from Cybereason, organizations can defend against cyber threats and meet compliance requirements.
This solution allows you to enhance security for all endpoints and integrate threat signals to quickly detect and respond. It combines strong endpoint security from Cybereason with identity and data security from Netskope to protect against known and unknown malware, including malware-free attacks on corporate and personal devices.
You can exchange threat forensics between Netskope and Cybereason to enhance your organization’s security posture and provide you with enhanced visibility and protection. The integration streamlines shared intelligence across tools, provides accurate and effective alerts, automates response workflows, and takes a proactive approach to defense in depth.
Educate end-users on modern threats and the best ways to respond, while ensuring their access to IT tools and apps are uninterrupted. Turn your users into a strong last line of defense — regardless of where they work — with security awareness training.
Together we provide you with a powerful, proactive approach to enterprise defence, ensuring that you seamlessly share intelligence, exchange forensic data, automate threat response and continually evolve to future-proof your organization’s overall security posture.
By choosing to work with the right partners, you can keep up your security momentum by integrating the most effective technologies across a wider portfolio, and releasing longer-term value.
The technologies showcased include Endpoint Detection & Response (EDR/XDR), Web Application Security and Security Service Edge (SSE).