Hello all, swing over to our blog for an on-demand viewing and the slide deck of our recent "Understanding Application Risk Management" webinar. https://www.brinqa.com/brinqa-2019-q1-appsec-webinar-on-demand/. It's just about a half hour and we'd love to get your input and see how we can help fill the gaps in your current processes. See you there!
Join us Wednesday, December 19th from 1:00-1:45 PM central for part 4 of our webinar series, Technical capabilities necessary for effective vulnerability management!
Here in part 4, Syed will look at the nuances of risk modeling, data connectors, automation, remediation, and analytics. He discusses how they come together effectively and highlights the 10 rules of thumb for solution architects consider as they build vulnerability management programs.
Vulnerability management is consistently ranked among the top priorities for information security organizations. With an ever-growing attack surface and increasingly sophisticated malicious actors, traditional approaches to vulnerability management are struggling to keep pace with the changing threat landscape. Inconsistent, inefficient, manual processes to analyze, triage and remediate vulnerabilities doom many organizations to a never-ending game of catch-up.
In this webinar, we’re going to explore a strategy that can help organizations break out of ‘whack-a-mole’ vulnerability management cycles and begin to secure their IT infrastructure proactively : Automation.
Join this webinar to learn how you can automate large parts of the vulnerability risk management process, including:
- Create accurate asset and vulnerability repositories
- Prioritize vulnerability risk based on business context and threat intelligence
- Group vulnerabilities into tickets, assign ownership and enforce SLAs
- Engage and inform all stakeholders
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Pezhman Nikpour, Cybersecurity Solution Principal at Slalom Consulting and Syed Abdur, Director of Product Management at Brinqa recently spoke at an ISACA San Francisco chapter event laying out in detail various critical aspects to consider when designing a vulnerability management program.
In part 1 (now available as an On-Demand video), Pezhman made the case for why vulnerability management is a crucial security control that all organizations must embrace.
Part 2 (also available On-Demand), picked up from where he left-off with Syed elaborating on how knowledge graphs are a vital solution to vulnerability management as we tackle challenging aspects that you and your team deal with daily.
In part 3, Pezhman presents a case study detailing vulnerability management at a Fortune 100 Utility company. You’ll hear about how they went from handling about 65 tickets a month manually to more than 2 thousand in 6 months – with the power of Brinqa automation in their workflow.
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With its emphasis on structure, transparency, extensiveness, certainty and adaptability, Risk Management is an ideal model for cybersecurity programs. Core risk management principles such as creating value, being an integral part of the organizational and decision-making process, being systematic, processing accurate and extensive information, and continuously monitoring and improving are directly applicable to InfoSec programs.
In this eBook we explore the following:
- Why risk is an ideal strategic driver and tactical measure for cybersecurity planning & management
- How vulnerability management benefits from a risk-centric approach
- The model for creating a risk-centric vulnerability management program
- A blueprint for creating risk-centric cybersecurity management programs
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Join us Wednesday, December 5th at 11:00 AM Central for Part 2 of our Brinqa Webinar Series: Enterprise Vulnerability Management Programs!
In part 1, Pezhman made the case for why vulnerability management is a critical security control that all modern organizations must address.
He ran through the timeline of the Equifax breach and how the problems leading up to it can be attributed to poor vulnerability management practices. That session is still available as an on-demand video.
In part two, Syed will discuss how modern cyber risk management programs address vulnerability management challenges. You’ll see the benefits of taking a knowledge-centric and risk-centric approach to vulnerability management and how these impact your program’s structure and performance.
Syed breaks-down how knowledge graphs are a modern solution to vulnerability management as we tackle critical aspects that all organizations face.
We are starting our 4 part webinar series that will be broadcast on Wednesdays! Register early and keep an eye out for email announcements about our future webinars held on:
- Part 1: Need for better vulnerability management and common challenges - Wed 11/28/18 at 11 - 11:30 AM Central
Part 2: A modern, cyber risk approach to vulnerability management - Wed 12/5/18 at 11 - 11:30 AM Central
Part 3: A real-world vulnerability management scenario - Wed 12/12/18 at 11 - 11:45 AM Central
- Part 4: Technical capabilities necessary for effective vulnerability management - Wed 12/19/18 at 11 - 11:45AM Central
Check out some of our past webinars to aid in your risk management knowledge! Topics include 7 Strategies for Effective Vulnerability Remedation, Modern Vulnerability Management: Knowledge, Automation, Analytics and Building a Comprehensive Cyber Risk Program!
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We recently announced significant enhancements to its best in class Cyber Risk Services to stop configuration issues from being weaponized. By connecting continuous controls monitoring to vulnerability risk and threat data, Brinqa's new capabilities give organizations the knowledge they need to prioritize and fix policy compliance violations before they are used to exploit vulnerabilities or turn into vulnerabilities.
Billions of dollars are spent on cybersecurity solutions each year with Gartner predicting that worldwide security spending will reach 96 billion dollars in 2018*. Despite the growth in spending, breaches are still happening for the same reasons according to the latest Verizon Breach Investigation Report**. The sheer volume of security findings, delivered by the increasing number of cybersecurity solutions, is driving the need to holistically understand the risk those findings present to the business and incorporate the management of those risks into line of business priorities with a single solution. And while threat and vulnerability management (TVM) solutions have focused on prioritizing security findings and automating resolution for a single security program, TVM alone does not provide the level of cyber risk management required to fix the risks that pose the biggest threat to a business.
"Our customers asked for visibility and a better understanding of cybersecurity programs as they relate to their business. Their ultimate goal is to have line of business owners assimilate security into their processes so they own their risk," says Amad Fida, CEO of Brinqa. "We connect companies' security data - now including security compliance violations, business context and threat feeds into a single knowledge source that powers this mainstreamed cyber risk strategy holistically. Executive dashboards communicate overall programs' effectiveness, and security teams partner with business stakeholders in working with IT and development teams to more effectively manage risk."
To read on, check out the full press release here from Erie News Now!
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Gather your team, share your pain points with our solutions experts & let’s see how Brinqa can best fit your needs.
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Brinqa spent two days amongst brilliant minds in Application Security and Development at the LASCON 2018 Conference on October 25-26, 2018 in Austin TX. The event featured training, keynotes, experts sharing their knowledge, and a happy hour – complete with a mechanical bull (which has been a historic fixture at all LASCON events).
James Walta, Brinqa’s Lead Sales Engineer at the booth at LASCON 2018
James Walta running a demo at the Brinqa booth at LASCON 2018
Classic video game consoles were placed around the expo floor and hallways, and as a #HumbleBrag, Brinqa’s own Troy Vera held the top score on Mario Bros. Amid all the fun and friendship, there was a true focus on the importance of a modern and serious approach to AppSec.
Attendees included web app developers, security engineers, mobile developers, and information security professionals – all of whom had their own unique approach to cybersecurity. Hacker handles were the name du jour on the badges and because curious minds love a challenge, there was a lock-picking zone to flex one’s manual mischief.
To read on, check out the Brinqa blog here!
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