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GDS Security Insight EU Summit
Conference | GDS Security Insight EU Summit

Closing the gap on cyber threats through communication, collaboration and innovation On 1-3 July 2020, the European edition of our Security Insight Summit will bring together senior security decision-makers and business leaders from across the continent to discuss the latest trends, emerging threats and new ways of thinking – and how best to make security work for your business.

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Identiverse 2020
Conference | Identiverse 2020

Sean Deuby is presenting: "Kicking and Screaming: Migrating Your Legacy Apps to Modern Security" at 10 - 10:25 MDT Do you have a plan to drag your legacy apps into the 21st century? How will you modernize them so they’re protected with identity-based security rather than relying on legacy security protocols? Join Sean to learn how to answer these questions and learn best practices gained from building and executing an application modernization program in a major consumer-facing company.

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GDS Security Insight Summit
Conference | GDS Security Insight Summit

On 15-17 June 2020, the US edition of our Security Insight Summit will bring together senior decision-makers and business leaders from across North America to discuss current industry challenges and opportunities, how to get the most out of them – and where the emerging threats lie. Key themes under discussion include: how to get ahead of the security curve with cyber intelligence; the importance of stemming breaches and bolstering defences; and why, with the health of IT infrastructures now business critical, security is now an organisational issue rather than merely an IT one.

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New threats, new game plan: disaster recovery for active directory
Webinar | MTB Virtual Roundtable

Is your disaster recovery strategy ready for today's threats? Join five senior leaders on this roundtable discussion as we dedicate 90 minutes to answering one of the most valuable questions in business today… Cyberattacks are happening more frequently and inflict more business damage than natural disasters. A prime target for attackers is active directory. If an attacker gets access, it could be impossible to determine what has been hijacked and what malware was deployed. Originating as broadly distributed campaigns, ransomware attacks have evolved into highly targeted and extremely damaging network-wide infections. In 2017, the shipping company, Maersk, made headlines when it was hit by a cyberattack destroying more than 50,000 devices in the matter of minutes. Today, our society is faced with a pandemic which creates new opportunities for threats and cyberattacks. Cybersecurity Ventures predicts that ransomware damages will cost the world $20 billion by 2021. It’s crucial that businesses update their recovery playbooks and know how to bounce back. If you are hit by ransomware – defenders need to be able to recover active directory cleanly, recover it to the cloud or alternate hardware, and automate recovery to reduce downtime and the impact of attacks. However, establishing and maintaining these recovery capabilities requires some effort. But how much? Join Semperis and a select group of industry thought leaders to discuss how to protect your active directory from today’s threats, how to rewrite your strategy to recover, and clean-up after an attack.

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Webinar | ISSA Central Plains Kansas June 2020 Virtual Meeting

Sean Deuby will be presenting on Ransomware, Risk and Recovery Disaster Recovery (DR) strategies have traditionally focused on natural disasters, then expanded into other physical events such as terrorism. Today, cyber weaponization is everywhere, and the "extinction event" is a genuine threat with no respect for geographic boundaries. In 2017, the NotPetya ransomware attack impacted Maersk worldwide in under 10 minutes and cost the company over $300M. The 2018 Winter Olympics were hit by a targeted cyber attack. Ransomware attacks have become commonplace. Cyber risk directly correlates to business risk. And cyber disasters strike more frequently with broader impact than their physical counterparts. Thus, modern DR strategies must prioritize cyber scenarios. The topics of this presentation include: - Denial-of-availability malware is now the #1 risk to business operations - Cyber insurance policies are not the magic bullet they position themselves to be - New "cyber-first" DR technologies automate recovery of complex systems, facilitate recovery to the cloud, and eliminate the risk of reinfection from system state and bare-metal backups

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New threats, new game plan: disaster recovery for active directory
Webinar | MTB Virtual Roundtable

Is your disaster recovery strategy ready for today's threats? Join five senior leaders on this roundtable discussion as we dedicate 90 minutes to answering one of the most valuable questions in business today. Cyberattacks are happening more frequently and inflict more business damage than natural disasters. A prime target for attackers is active directory. If an attacker gets access, it could be impossible to determine what has been hijacked and what malware was deployed. Originating as broadly distributed campaigns, ransomware attacks have evolved into highly targeted and extremely damaging network-wide infections. In 2017, the shipping company, Maersk, made headlines when it was hit by a cyberattack destroying more than 50,000 devices in the matter of minutes. Today, our society is faced with a pandemic which creates new opportunities for threats and cyberattacks. Cybersecurity Ventures predicts that ransomware damages will cost the world $20 billion by 2021. It’s crucial that businesses update their recovery playbooks and know how to bounce back. If you are hit by ransomware – defenders need to be able to recover active directory cleanly, recover it to the cloud or alternate hardware, and automate recovery to reduce downtime and the impact of attacks. However, establishing and maintaining these recovery capabilities requires some effort. But how much? Join Semperis and a select group of industry thought leaders to discuss how to protect your active directory from today’s threats, how to rewrite your strategy to recover, and clean-up after an attack.

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Ransomware, Risk and Recovery:Is Your DR Strategy Ready for Today’s Threat?
Webinar | Ransomware, Risk and Recovery:Is Your DR Strategy Ready for Today’s Threat?

On Thursday, May 28th, you're invited to join a LIVE Webinar with 15-time Microsoft MVP and identity strategy expert Sean Deuby. Considering that cyber disasters now strike more frequently and inflict more business damage than natural disasters, it's time to think "cyber-first." That's why we're coming together to discuss ransomware, risk, and recovery.

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The Dos and Don’ts of Recovering Active Directory from a Scorched Earth Disaster
Webinar | The Dos and Don’ts of Recovering Active Directory from a Scorched Earth Disaster

What are the dos and don’ts of recovering AD from a cyber disaster? Gil Kirkpatrick (Semperis’ Chief Architect) and Guido Grillenmeier (DXC Technology’s Chief Technologist), are sharing their expertise to it all on May 27th at 12 pm ET. * Recover AD even if domain controllers are infected or wiped * Restore AD to alternate hardware (virtual or physical) * Eliminate reinfection of malware from system state backups * Automate the entire recovery process and reduce downtime

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