Will Your Backups Help You Recover from Ransomware?

Most Canadian organizations have a backup and recovery plan for disasters such as blackouts or flooding, but surprisingly few are prepared for an arguably greater – and more likely – threat to their livelihood: cyberattacks. While 90 percent of Canadian organizations reported falling victim to cyberattacks such as ransomware over the past year, according to […]

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Navigating Enterprise Security in a Post-Compromise Reality

Every organization gets compromised – it’s how fast you detect and respond to an incident that counts. This is especially important when you look at trends like the overnight move to remote work, the rise in encrypted traffic and acceleration of cloud adoption, as well as the proliferation of enterprise IoT that have expanded the […]

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The (Hard) Key to Stop Phishing: How Cloudflare Stopped a Targeted Attack and You Can Too

In July 2022, Cloudflare was targeted in a sophisticated SMS phishing scheme in such a way that we believe most organizations would be likely to be breached. In this session we’ll detail the recent targeted phishing attack we saw at Cloudflare and more importantly, how we stopped it and steps you can take to protect […]

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Impact of the Russia – Ukraine Conflict on Your Cybersecurity

The Cyberconflict between Russia and Ukraine has spurred numerous “Shields up” warnings from CISA, Certs, our own CCCC, and other agencies. What is the real risk for Canadian businesses? This talk presents the current state of affairs on the cyberwar and some of the tools that can be used to mitigate this new elevated risk.

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Is Your Defensive Stack Ready for a Targeted Attack?

A key challenge for organizations is determining if the investment in detection and response tools are performing and meeting their objective. Security teams struggle with red team and security validation processes performed in a continuous and efficient manner. How can security teams remove assumptions and shift their organization’s security program to one centered around the […]

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Two Years of Accelerated Cybersecurity and the Demands Being Placed on Cyber Defenders

In the last few years cybercriminals have, upped their monetization demands, attacked critical infrastructure, utilized supply chain attacks, and continued to inflict untold damage on businesses and consumers. The woes don’t stop there, the conflict in Ukraine has seen attacks on power grid infrastructure and destructive data wipers, causing heightened potential cyber-attack alerts to be […]

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Seize the Breach: Protect Your Organization With Behavior-based Security Intelligence

No organization can ever be complacent and think that their cybersecurity strategies are impenetrable. Regardless of how thorough the precautions, establishing a perimeter and defending it is never enough. Cyberattacks are growing in number and sophistication, with adversaries becoming more experienced at bypassing even the most sophisticated measures. Waiting for a “You’ve Been Breached Notification” […]

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Neither Pointless nor Boring: Pop it and Lock it Down with CIS Controls

As part of a vendor security research team, a lot of time is spent reading up on documents released by various standards bodies. These standards are useful guides to securing the environment, but they often become the driving force behind “checkbox security.” This happens, in part, because these documents are looked down upon as boring […]

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How AI Can Think Like an Attacker

In the face of skyrocketing cyber risk, detecting and responding to attacks is no longer enough. Organizations must take proactive steps to prevent threats before they happen, and to recover if compromised. In this session, Darktrace unveil an ambitious new approach to security, with core engines powering AI technologies to prevent, detect, respond, and ultimately […]

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What Log4Shell Taught Us About the Software Supply Chain, that Other Vulns Didn’t

The discovery of the Log4Shell vulnerability was a wake-up call for many organizations. It was an opportunity not only for criminals, but also for hackers who look to help organizations uncover vulnerabilities before they can be exploited. Log4Shell forced many organizations to address how they use third-party and open-source software. Most organizations have recovered from […]

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Correctly Configure All the Clouds

Even though cloud computing isn’t all that new anymore, learning how to use it effectively can be overwhelming. It’s unfortunately very easy to make mistakes. The vast majority of cloud security failures are configuration mistakes of some kind or another, so developing the discipline of correct configuration is the best thing companies can do to […]

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Leave No Stone Unturned: The Elements of Security Visibility

With each passing year, the number of cybersecurity events continues to increase despite record breaking spend on cybersecurity tools. So why do threats continue to be successful even if we are investing heavily in detecting them? The answer is simple, we are not always monitoring in the correct places. This session will discuss the 5 […]

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Smarter XDR Demands Email Security

XDR is often focused upon the endpoint, but what about the original entry point into the organization – email? Learn how Mimecast’s email security provides valuable threat sharing capabilities to connect your controls, improves your response during a breach and leverages one of the most extensible ecosystems to choose the XDR solution appropriate for your […]

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BlackBerry XDR: Even the Odds

Is your organization’s SOC struggling to keep up with the latest innovations? BlackBerry’s XDR is here to even the odds with automation and artificial intelligence that delivers a cohesive, holistic view of your technology landscape.

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