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  • Security Governance: Building a Framework and Establishing Trust

    Not only is Kuwait’s oil and gas industry critical to its economy—it’s also heavily targeted by global threat actors. In this RSAC Unplugged presentation, see how Kuwait’s oil and gas companies reached a consensus around common security objectives and a unified governance framework to protect this vital sector.

  • The 5 Most Dangerous New Attack Techniques: Are They Evolving?

    Each year at RSAC, SANS Institute reveals the most dangerous new attack techniques. On the list for 2019 were smartphone attacks, DNS manipulation, domain fronting, cloud-on-cloud attacks, CPU flaws and more. Watch this RSAC webcast to see the full—and accurate—list, plus the best methods to defeat these attacks.

  • Threats of Surveillance Tools: Spyware and Stalkerware

    Digital monitoring of workers, children and spouses is more commonplace than ever. But what happens when the line between monitoring and spying becomes blurred? Tune in to this RSAC podcast as two security experts share the work they’ve been doing to help protect victims and their personal data from unwanted surveillance.

  • Leading Change for CISOs: Embedding a Secure Culture

    There was a time when cybersecurity was strictly a concern for IT departments, but those days are long gone. In today’s far-reaching threat environment, cybersecurity needs to be baked into the very fabric of a company. In this webcast, learn how organizations can leverage organizational change models for an all-inclusive culture of security.

  • Synthetic Identity - A Rapidly Growing Global Issue

    The RSA Conference eFraud Global Forum brings together anti-fraud leaders from across the world for a candid conversation about e-fraud challenges and solutions. In this webinar, hear from experts in the UK and US as they share the greatest e-fraud challenges they face—including synthetic identity—and how they fight back in this ongoing battle.

  • The Five Most Dangerous New Attack Techniques and How to Counter Them

    This SANS Institute keynote panel recorded at RSA Conference 2019 covers the latest threats, what's coming next, and how you can prepare. Watch now to learn more.

  • NIST Cybersecurity Framework Explained

    Since its release by the NIST in 2014, the Cybersecurity Framework has been the topic of conversation across industry sectors. These comments prompted Framework enhancement and clarification, forging the update v1.1 release in 2018. This webcast focuses on the information presented in the update. Watch now to learn more.

  • Can Cryptography Save Our Elections

    Microsoft's recent unveiling of open source ElectionGuard is the latest response to an increasingly urgent question: How secure are our elections? And if it can lock down votes, then what else is cryptography capable of? Download this podcast transcript to learn more about cryptography's expanding role in cybersecurity.

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