We're kicking off a three part webcast series with (ISC)2 entitled "Countering Adversaries." These webcasts are for IT managers and directors, database and systems administrators, and all security professionals. Register and learn how to protect your organization.
March 27, 2014, 10:00 am PT/1:00 pm ET. Register Here.
By profiling criminal activity, the Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report has been able to identify three distinct threat actors including espionage, organized crime, and activists. Organizations can take proactive steps to mitigate potential risks by understanding each threat actor’s methods and targets. In this three part series, (ISC)2 and Oracle will examine these three threat actors, the industries they target, and how to protect sensitive customer and organizational data. We begin with countering espionage threats and their preference for using stolen credentials.
April 24, 2014 10:00 am PT/1:00 pm ET Register Here.
Hailing from Eastern Europe and North America, organized criminals have a penchant for using brute-force hacking and multiple strands of malware to target financial and retail organizations for monetary gain, according to the Verizon DBIR. It is common for these cybercriminals to directly access databases and extract payment cards, credentials, and bank account information. Join (ISC)2 and Oracle as we discuss tactics employed by these cybercriminals and how organizations should implement a defense in depth database security strategy to help mitigate the threat.
May 22, 2014, 10:00 am PT/1:00 pm ET Register here.
Activists break into organizational web applications and databases to find personal and organizational data in order to expose this private information. The Verizon Data Breach investigations report says “Hacktivists generally act out of ideological motivations, but sometimes just for the fun and epic lutz.” In this third webcast of a three part series, (ISC)2 and Oracle will examine their number one tool of choice: SQL injection attacks. SQL injection attacks are both simple to perform and difficult to detect. We’ll discuss detecting and blocking SQL injection attacks in order to protect your most sensitive customer and organizational data from “epic lutz”.