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Enterprise Security Weekly Episode #200 – September 23, 2020

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1. Code42 Incydr, Microsoft 365 Defender, & Qualys Multi-Vector EDR – 12:30 PM-01:00 PM

Announcements

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Description

ExaGrid releases version 6.0 with Time-Lock for Ransonware Recovery Feature, Microsoft overhauls ‘Patch Tuesday’, Palantir to begin New York trading on September 30th, Accenture acquires SALT Solutions to build cloud-based industrial IoT platforms, and Code42 Incydr: A cloud-native product that mitigates insider data exposure and exfiltration!

Hosts

MattAlderman

Matt Alderman –

PaulAssadorian

Paul Assadorian –

  1. ExaGrid releases software Version 6.0 with Retention Time-Lock for Ransomware Recovery feature – “Retention Time-Lock is a revolutionary approach to protecting backup retention data to enable fast and easy recovery from ransomware.”
  2. Check Point buys Israeli startup to provide safer remote access amid COVID-19
  3. ExaGrid releases software Version 6.0 with Retention Time-Lock for Ransomware Recovery feature – Help Net Security
  4. Core Security Announces Availability of Enterprise-Grade Identity Governance Software for Small and Mid-Sized Organizations
  5. Microsoft Overhauls ‘Patch Tuesday’ Security Update Guide
  6. AttackIQ Announces Integration with LogRhythm NextGen SIEM Platform, Enabling Customers to Optimize Security Control Effectiveness with Better Insights
  7. Auth0 Marketplace Launches and Provides Even Greater Extensibility for Building Identity Solutions
  8. Palantir To Begin New York Trading On September 30
  9. Microsoft Ignite 2020: Edge on Linux, Windows Terminal Preview 1.4, WSL2 updates, and more
  10. Microsoft spruces up Defender options – Channel EYE
  11. Accenture acquires SALT Solutions to build cloud-based industrial IoT platforms – Help Net Security
  12. Code42 Incydr: A cloud-native product that mitigates insider data exposure and exfiltration – Help Net Security
  13. JupiterOne raises $19M to help companies automate asset discovery, visibility and compliance – Help Net Security
  14. Docker Enterprise Container Cloud helps enterprises ship code faster on public and private clouds – Help Net Security
  15. Thales CipherTrust Data Security Platform: Easy discovery, protection and control of sensitive data – Help Net Security
  16. CloudBees enhances its CI/CD solutions to help customers reduce risk while increasing efficiency – Help Net Security
  17. Qualys Multi-Vector EDR: Providing infosec teams with actionable visibility into their endpoints – Help Net Security

2. Demystifying AI/ML for Cybersecurity – 01:00 PM-01:30 PM

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sponsor
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Announcements

  • We have officially wrapped up all of the recordings for our 2020 webcasts & technical trainings! Stay tuned as we build out our schedule for next year! Visit https://securityweekly.com/ondemand to view all of our 2020 webcasts & trainings!

Description

As attackers grow increasingly sophisticated, artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) applications in cybersecurity are no longer a “nice to have.” But after years of being tossed around as a buzzword, it’s time to demystify AI/ML to expose how far the technologies have come and how they can keep your business secure if leveraged correctly. We discuss what the terms mean, why they’re critical for cybersecurity, and how/when to apply different types of AI/ML (including supervised, unsupervised, and deep learning) appropriately.

This segment is sponsored by ExtraHop Networks.

Visit https://securityweekly.com/extrahop to learn more about them!

Guest(s)

Edward Wu

Edward Wu –

Principal Data Scientist at ExtraHop

Edward Wu is the AI/ML Lead at ExtraHop, responsible for research and development of all AI/ML products and capabilities. He specializes in the intersection of machine learning, software engineering and cybersecurity, and has built innovative next-gen technology for behavioral attack detection, automated security operation, network/application monitoring and cloud workload security from scratch. He holds 10+ patents in ML and cybersecurity, and co-authored three papers in top academic security conferences. Prior to Extrahop, he worked in automated binary analysis and software defenses at UW Seattle and UC Berkeley.

Ted Driggs

Ted Driggs –

Head of Product at ExtraHop

Ted is a seasoned and customer-focused product manager with a background in enterprise IT, community-building, and cloud-native security.

Hosts

MattAlderman

Matt Alderman –

Executive Director at CyberRisk Alliance

PaulAssadorian

Paul Assadorian –

Founder/CIO at Security Weekly/CyberRisk Alliance

3. ZeroTrust Data Security – 01:30 PM-02:00 PM

Sponsored By

sponsor
Visit https://securityweekly.com/securecircle for more information!

Announcements

  • BSides Boston is back in action for their 10 year anniversary! The conference will be held on Saturday, September 26th & tickets are only $10! Get yours at https://bsidesbos.org! Some of the Security Weekly team will be in our own channel on the BSides Boston Discord server answering questions and possibly doing some contests!

Description

Data breaches and insider threats are happening, even with costly and complex data protection programs in place. A reimagined approach to data security needs to be taken.

This segment is sponsored by SecureCircle.

Visit https://securityweekly.com/securecircle to learn more about them!

Guest(s)

Jeff Capone

Jeff Capone –

CEO, Co-founder at SecureCircle

Jeff Capone, PhD, is CEO, Co-founder of SecureCircle, founded in 2015. An award-winning executive leader with expertise in cyber security, enterprise software development, network and storage solutions, and IoT applications, Jeff has a track record of founding and selling successful software companies. Prior to SecureCircle, Jeff served as CTO at NETGEAR and CEO and Co-Founder of Leaf Networks, which was acquired by NETGEAR. Jeff was an assistant professor at Arizona State University and Director of the Network Engineering and Wireless Telecom Laboratory. Jeff’s distinctions include the National Science Foundation’s CAREER award, numerous IEEE Journal and conference publications. He holds a PhD in Electrical Engineering from Northeastern University.

Peter Levett

Peter Levett –

Chief of Staff at SecureCircle

Peter is a cloud and data specialist who focuses on helping customers implement zero trust at scale. In recent years he was working for a large public cloud service provider working with large scale customers and deployments of modernized cloud architectures

Hosts

MattAlderman

Matt Alderman –

Executive Director at CyberRisk Alliance

PaulAssadorian

Paul Assadorian –

Founder/CIO at Security Weekly/CyberRisk Alliance