Ivanti

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When LANDESK and HEAT Software combined in January of 2017, we knew we needed a new company name. For nearly 30 years, LANDESK and HEAT offered user-centered IT solutions designed to increase user productivity while reducing IT security risk. LANDESK was the only vendor recognized by Gartner in the four areas of client management, endpoint protection, IT service and support, and enterprise mobility management.

Over the years both companies changed. LANDESK acquired companies like Wavelink, Shavlik, Xtraction Solutions, and, most recently, AppSense. HEAT was created by combining FrontRange and Lumension. That's a lot of brand names. And in order to gather all these brands under one roof, we needed a new identity—and Ivanti was born. And since then, Concorde and RES have joined the Ivanti family.

Our mission is clear—to help customers succeed in their respective markets through the “Power of Unified IT”.


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Fortinet

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From the start, the Fortinet vision has been to deliver broad, truly integrated, high-performance security across the IT infrastructure.

We provide top-rated network and content security, as well as secure access products that share intelligence and work together to form a cooperative fabric. Our unique security fabric combines Security Processors, an intuitive operating system, and applied threat intelligence to give you proven security, exceptional performance, and better visibility and control--while providing easier administration.


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Bricata

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Bricata network security solutions deliver innovative next generation intrusion prevention, advanced threat detection and analysis, and threat hunting to enable large organizations to actively pursue and identify advanced, persistent, and coordinated attacks. A specialized component-based approach to today’s attacks has left organizations with a stack of tools to manage that provide a patchwork of uncorrelated data, leaving penetrable gaps and inconsistent security policies. The Bricata platform provides organizations with process automation, streamlining operations with the most effective, affordable solution for situational awareness and proactive threat defense, reducing complexity, dwell time and time to containment. 

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Team8

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Team8, Israel’s leading cybersecurity think tank and company creation platform, develops disruptive companies that challenge the biggest problems in cybersecurity and give organizations the advantage over cyber attackers. We work with innovation leaders and entrepreneurs alongside a research group with intimate knowledge of cybersecurity, access to the best cyber talent and a cyber syndicate of leading global brands that provide access to customers, partners and key influencers.

 

 

CEO, Nadav Zafrir, During Atlanta Cyber Week


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AirCloak

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Aircloak was founded in 2014 by Felix Bauer (CEO), Sebastian Probst Eide (CTO) and Prof. Paul Francis to commercialize and build on privacy protection research done at the Max Planck Institute for Software Systems. Today the company has licensed its solutions to financial services organizations, and communications providers and works with healthcare organizations.


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HackerOne

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HackerOne is the no.1 vulnerability disclosure and bug bounty platform, connecting organizations with the world’s largest community of trusted hackers. More than 800 organizations, including The U.S. Department of Defense, General Motors, Intel, Uber, Twitter, GitHub, Nintendo, LendingClub, Lufthansa, Panasonic Avionics, Qualcomm, Square, Starbucks, and the CERT Coordination Center trust HackerOne to find critical software vulnerabilities before criminals can exploit them. HackerOne customers have resolved more than 50,000 vulnerabilities and awarded more than $20M in bug bounties. HackerOne is headquartered in San Francisco with offices in London, and the Netherlands.


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CyberSN

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CyberSN believes everyone is a job seeker many times throughout his or her career. Therefore, CyberSN operates in the mindset that job seekers and hiring managers/organizations are both our clients and are treated equally: we value and emphasize a sincere, transparent relationship with both.


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CyberSN’s Deidre Diamond On Why She Kept the “Babe” in Her Non-Profit Organization #BrainBabe

Founder of CyberSN Deidre Diamond sat down with ITSPmagazine’s Selena Templeton at Black Hat to discuss how her staffing company is transforming the job search for cyber professionals. Tune in to hear why communication and social skills are critical to creating a productive and profitable environment, how she started and funded her own company, and how she aims to change tech conferences with her non-profit Brainbabe.org.

 

StackRox

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Founded in 2014, StackRox provides the industry’s only adaptive threat protection for containers. StackRox delivers a groundbreaking security platform using instrumentation and sophisticated machine learning to protect the agile enterprise. StackRox enables security teams to see containers in high resolution; defend against threats such as code injection, privilege escalation, malicious lateral movement, and data exfiltration; and streamline security operations – all with a single platform. StackRox is the choice of Global 2000 enterprises; partnered with Docker, Amazon, Google, IBM, and Red Hat; and backed by Sequoia Capital. 

 

Endgame

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Targeted attacks are evolving rapidly, undermining point products, legacy EDR solutions and enterprise search and IT operations platforms. 

Delivered as a a single agent, replacing the functions of AV, NGAV, IR, EDR, and exploit prevention agents, Endgame stops all targeted attacks and their components.


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Amanda Rousseau from Endgame - Malware Unicorn: A Fashionista Malware Researcher

In this episode, Chenxi sits down with Amanda Rousseau, malware researcher from Endgame. Amanda is a well-known researcher, who provided some of the best analysis of the WannaCrypt and Petya ransomware. Amanda is also a graphic designer, which explains why some of her analysis is accompanied by compelling visual illustrations. The New Factor chats with Amanda on the intersection between fashion and malware research, as well as what's like being a kickass woman security professional in the industry.


Verizon Digital Media Services

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Our next-generation platform helps you reduce the challenges and pressures of meeting today’s user expectations of instantaneous, always-on, seamless and secure digital experiences. It enables you to find success with your digital strategies and overall business model. You focus on your core business, while we take care of infrastructure and workflow challenges. 

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FunCaptcha

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FunCaptcha is the world’s only CAPTCHA service backed by a guaranteed automation SLA, with experts who become a part of your team and monitor traffic patterns 24/7. FunCaptcha presents a fun visual activity that resists automation, machine learning, client decryption, brute forcing, and sweatshop techniques.

 

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Kevin Gosschalk chats with Sean Martin | Humans vs. Bots Online Battle - Most Of The Time We Lose

Consumers and business all over the world find themselves in an online struggle - one might even say they are in an ongoing, online battle; a battle that seems to be intensifying beyond our wildest dreams.

In today’s episode, we won’t be dreaming. Rather, we are going to be looking at some real-world examples where bots are playing the online game against humans and businesses - and are winning far more often than we would like.

To tell these stories, ITSPmagazine's editor-in-chief, Sean Martin, is joined by CEO and founder of Australian-based company, FunCaptcha, Kevin Gosschalk. Kevin's company is dedicated to solving the hardest of the hardest problems in identifying humans and bots.

During our chat, which took place during the OWASP AppSec USA 2017 in Orlando Florida, Kevin shares some real cases where the bots are winning. Legacy technologies are leaving companies open to bad bot activity, oftentimes ruining their business and certainly sticking the consumers with the financial pain and frustration when trying to transact online. As you’ll hear from Kevin, some of the largest companies around the world are tackling this problem head-on. Once you hear his stories, you’ll know why.

 

GamaSec

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GamaSec was developed for the detection of website vulnerabilities and data breaches of highly-sensitive military and government entities. Our technologies have passed extensive and rigorous testing in order to comply with levels of security that surpass the standards of most commercially-available scanning solutions.

GamaSec scanning solutions are built on next-generation artificial intelligence technologies that penetrate deeply with surgical precision within the application layers. Our vulnerability scanners use simulated scenarios for third-party attack and adapt and learn on a real time basis to identify undetected infections

GamaSec allows you to identify and eradicate web vulnerabilities and destructive malware.


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Avi Bartov, CEO and Co-founder of GamaSec talks about SMBs need for prevention, response, and recovery plans.

 

Welcome to our debut podcast dedicated to cybersecurity for small and medium sized businesses (SMBs).

As we are preparing an in-depth webinar series to drive  cybersecurity awareness for the SMB community. We are interviewing experts and companies that are already working with this group of businesses. 

In this podcast we have a conversation with Avi Bartov CEO and Co-founder of GamaSec.

From retail shops (online and brick-and-mortar) to local healthcare providers, from accountancies to law firms, from manufacturing and services providers; even the mom-and-pop shop just around the corner... they all need to be cybersafe. They may have different driving forces and a variety of reasons to be secure, but one thing is for sure, they all need to be. 

Let’s learn about the need to offer a 360º approach that includes prevention, response, and recovery. Let’s learn about the cultural differences SMBs possess in the way they approach cybersecurity issues; especially as it changes in different countries/ companies of all sizes - especially those often left behind because they are perceived to be too small or don't have an information security budget worthy of pursuing - need to start looking at cybersecurity not as a cost, but as an investment.

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Signal Sciences

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We’re not just rethinking what’s possible with web application security—we’re revolutionizing it. At Signal Sciences, we engineer big ideas with an eye on the future, building sustainable and wide-reaching solutions that not only serve teams’ immediate needs but also instinctively evolve along with them. We believe in simple, effective actions. We value teamwork. And our web protection platform proves it.


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Enabling DevOps: A Security Imperative | Zane Lackey, CISO of Signal Sciences

In this episode, Chenxi - host of The New Factor - chats with Zane Lackey, CISO of Signal Sciences. Zane was the CISO of Etsy.com, and his team pioneered some of the first DevOps security deployments, many years ahead of the industry at large. Zane and Chenxi discussed how security must enable and support DevOps and how that should come about in a company. Zane talked at length about his experiences at Etsy to pioneer DevOps security when there was no prior success case to follow and how he forged his own path, and why it is a security imperative today to consider security engineering in a mindset that is API-first, code second.


Kroll

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Kroll is the leading global provider of risk solutions. We've been helping clients make confident risk management decisions about people, assets, operations and security for more than 40 years. We specialize in identifying, remediating and monitoring risk across your enterprise. We address each client issue with a unique team tailored to your situation. Headquartered in New York with more than 35 offices in 20 countries, Kroll has a multidisciplinary team of nearly 1,000 employees and serves a global clientele of law firms, financial institutions, corporations, non-profit institutions, government agencies and individuals.


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William Dixon [Kroll] and Charly Bun [Rapid7] discuss Managed Security Service Providers [MSSPs]

William Dixon, from Kroll, and Charly Bun, from Rapid 7, share some of their own horror stories about managed security service providers. What mistakes are made? What things are missed? What should the RFP look like? What are some of the common misconceptions? And… more importantly, how can these learnings be applied to making a better, more informed, decision when it comes to outsourcing security management for your organization?

Michael Schell, the Innovate Pasadena event organizer eloquently moderates the discussion (as he always does), drawing out interesting questions from the audience and key points from the 2 experts. While originally geared toward the SMBs, this conversation is spot on for companies of all sizes: small, medium, large, and enterprise.

 

Cyber Security Summit

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The Cyber Security Summit is a one-of-a-kind, conference series designed for exclusively invited C-Suite & Senior Level Executives in need of innovative solutions to protect their company's critical infrastructure. These events provide a forum within first-class hotels for business leaders to learn about the latest cyber threat landscape and evaluate the industry's most cutting-edge solutions by directly connecting them with emerging and established solution providers, subject matter experts and powerful cyber thought leaders.


The Cyber Security Summit is a one-of-a-kind, conference series designed for exclusively invited C-Suite & Senior Level Executives in need of innovative solutions to protect their company's critical infrastructure and learn about the latest cutting-solutions from emerging and established solution providers, subject matter experts and powerful cyber thought leaders. Interactive panel discussions will cover the growing Compliance Nightmare, Threats Facing IoT & Big Data along with Corporate Espionage & Insider Threat.

Executives in attendance will enjoy a catered breakfast, lunch & cocktail reception with fellow business leaders. 

ITSPmagazine readers are invited to receive $95 admission to all remaining 2017 summits.

Use the these ITSPmagazine Promo Codes when you register:

Boston code: ITSPMAGMA

There are only 25 passes available per summit! 


ITSPmagazine readers are invited to receive $95 admission to all remaining 2017 summits. Use the promo codes displayed in the image above when you register.

Use the these ITSPmagazine Promo Codes when you register:

Boston code: ITSPMAGMA | Los Angeles code: ITSPMAGLA

There are only 25 passes available per summit! 


Enveil

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ENVEIL’s technology is the first scalable commercial solution to cryptographically secure Data in Use. Powered by homomorphic encryption, ENVEIL enables enterprises to operate on both encrypted and unencrypted data in the cloud, on prem, or anywhere in between without ever revealing the content or results of operations, such as searches and analytics. ENVEIL’s solution is applicable across large market verticals, including cloud security, financial services, healthcare and supply chain. Founded by a seasoned team of mathematicians and computer scientists from the U.S. Intelligence Community, ENVEIL was one of the winners at the 2017 RSA Innovation Sandbox competition.


What if you could analyze data while they are encrypted?

Debra Farber, host of The Privacy Pact, met with Ellison Anne Williams, CEO and Founder at Enveil during Black Hat 2017 in Las Vegas. Enveil focuses on securing data while it is being used within business process and not on the data at rest.

Analyzing data without decrypting it is a technology developed for NSA, and it is called Homomorphic encryption; amongst the other things, how does this technology play with the upcoming GDPR?

Listen and find out.


Avast

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Avast is one of the largest security companies in the world using next-gen technologies to fight cyber attacks in real time. We differ from other next-gen companies in that we have an immense cloud-based machine learning engine that receives a constant stream of data from our more than 400 million users, which facilitates learning at unprecedented speeds and makes our artificial intelligence engine smarter and faster than anyone else’s.


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Blackberry QNX

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Over the past 35 years, QNX software has become a big part of everyday life. People encounter QNX-controlled systems whenever they drive, shop, watch TV, use the Internet, or even turn on a light. Its ultra-reliable nature means QNX software is the preferred choice for life-critical systems such as air traffic control systems, surgical equipment, and nuclear power plants. And its cool multimedia features have QNX software turning up in everything from in-dash radios and infotainment systems to the latest casino gaming terminals.


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Balbix

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Balbix’s predictive breach risk platform is the industry’s first system to leverage predictive analytics and AI to provide enterprises with a comprehensive and continuous risk and resilience calculation visualized via a searchable and clickable heat map. We designed our platform for CIOs, CISOs and IT security teams who wish to proactively understand their breach risk and cyber-resilience. The Balbix system can predict critical breach scenarios, help users prioritize security operations and projects, and ultimately improve cyber-resilience.


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Enterprise security risk management: A new approach by Balbix

In this episode, Chenxi Wang, host of The New Factor on ITSPmagazine, chats with Gaurav Banga, CEO of Balbix, on enterprise security risk management. Balbix engineered an interesting new approach to help both security professionals and business leaders to understand their security risks and prioritize tasks to manage the various aspects of risks. Chenxi and Gaurav discussed why effective risk management must start from concrete information from the technology layer, with the appropriate infrastructure and application context, and evaluated against a framework that is slated for automation. We discussed use cases, challenges, as well as the directions of which enterprise risk management will follow in the foreseeable future.