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Tuesday, February 6, 2024

Webinar: Active Threat Landscape in the Cloud

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Webinar: Cloudy With a Chance of Threats: The Active Threat Landscape in the Cloud


Join SecurityWeek and Lacework for this live webinar on February 22nd to learn about active threats targeting common cloud deployments and what security teams can do to mitigate them. This session will cover identity compromise in Cloud Service Providers, attacks against cloud workloads, and attacks against Kubernetes, followed by practical advice for mitigating and responding to these threats.

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Hacker Conversations: Rob Dyke on Legal Bullying of Good Faith Researchers


In this edition of Hacker Conversations, SecurityWeek talks to Rob Dyke, currently director of platform engineering at Enable, discussing corporate legal bullying of good faith researchers. As always, we seek to understand the mind, motivations, and problems of and for the hacker.

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How to Align Your Incident Response Practices With the New SEC Disclosure Rules - By turning incident response simulation into a continuous process and employing innovative tools, you can address the stringent requirements of the new SEC incident disclosure rules. (Torsten George)


In the Context of Cloud, Security and Mobility, It’s Time Organizations Ditch Legacy MPLS - If organizations understand the benefits SASE offers over MPLS and traditional SD-WAN, they will realize that SASE is poised to replace aging MPLS in due time. (Etay Maor)

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