- Get up to speed on the key dynamics of the 2020 cyberthreat landscape, including ransomware, phishing and vulnerabilities
- Explore the long-term impact of WFH on your cybersecurity posture
- Understand key security measures that will strengthen your employee devices
- Learn from our leading cybersecurity experts and Forrester guest speaker, Senior Analyst Chris Sherman
Thank you for joining us during the 2020 Cybersecurity Awareness Month
Cybersecurity vendors do more than build security solution. We share a common responsibility to the market. The lesser-known side of the cybersecurity industry is its push towards the safety of the international community: collaboration with international law enforcement agencies, creating free tools to counter large-scale outbreaks such as ransomware decryptors, and most importantly, monitoring market trends and sharing findings to inform organisations of threats and trends.
This year, cybersecurity awareness is more important than ever. Bitdefender called on infosec leaders and practitioners this October to raise awareness among their peers about key security concerns in 2020, as part of international efforts in this year’s cybersecurity awareness month.
October May Be Over, But Awareness Must Continue
Education is key to security. Bitdefender’s experts came together to support the International Cybersecurity Awareness Month with a series of webinars, interviews and courses to help organisations plan your security strategy for 2021.
Our materials remain available and can be accessed freely. Join our experts as they discuss the significant changes that we are facing and ensure you devise an effective 2021 cyberthreat strategy to fit the ‘new normal’ in cybersecurity: Discover the results of our year-long research into malware, phishing, vulnerabilities, misconfiguration risks and IoT. See what trends our senior researchers have observed from threat intelligence gathered from over 500 million sensors worldwide. Learn what indicators show hackers took advantage of the confusion caused by the sudden WFH transition.
Be the first to gain the overview of the 2020 thread landscape. To support Cybersecurity Awareness Month, Bitdefender has released its yearly business threat landscape review early this year and shared its results as part of a live webinar of October 29th. We were joined by Forrester Senior Analyst Chris Sherman, who presented how how the buyer’s security challenges have evolved during the pandemic and How endpoint security is expected to evolve in the next 5 years.
Think WFH first! Reprioritize security budget to fit the new normal
Watch our expert interview series to understand how to optimize your security budget for 2021 and what key technologies you should invest in to reduce the exposure of your remote devices. Learn tips and tricks shared by our VP of Sales Engineers, our VP of Global Services and Support and our founder of MDR service at Bitdefender.
Learn how to use MITRE ATT&CK
Expand your knowledge around advanced attacks. Learn all about MITRE’s ATT&CK Framework and how to leverage it in threat hunting from Bitdefender’s Director of Cyber Threat Intelligence.
The rise of APT as a Service
APT mercenaries for hire have been singled out as one of the most concerning trends in 2020, particularly because of to the risk it exposes SMBs to. Learn more about the rise of APT as a Service and how it exposed SMBs to the threat of APTs from this dedicated session. You can also read more about this trend in Bitdefender’s business threat landscape report.
What is The International Cybersecurity Awareness Month and why does it matter?
October marks International Cybersecurity Awareness Month, celebrated in Europe as the European Cybersecurity Awareness Month (ECSM) by ENISA, and in the United States, as the National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSM) by Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA). It’s a time for the cybersecurity community to stir conversation that can empower users and organisations to be aware of the risks and take action to protect themselves.
Knowledge raises your organisation’s abilities in the fight against cybercrime. As we continue to transition to a new normal, use October to plan your the security of your business for 2021.