Episode 3: Active Directory Security: What Needs Immediate Priority
Securing Active Directory (AD) is no longer an option, but a mandate. With attacks on AD at an all-time high, companies overlooking this vulnerable point of entry are being punished both monetarily and with loss of production.
On Thursday October 14th, 2pm ET join Craig Stevenson, CEO of HyperQube and Derek Melber, Chief Technology & Security Strategist at Tenable as they:
Discuss the importance of AD security and vulnerability management prioritization
Review common attack paths and the importance of AD to attackers
Hosted by Curious Craig (Craig Stevenson), alongside a bevy of subject-matter experts they’re digging into topics from Cybersecurity to software development and everything in between!
EP3: Cyber Ranges & ZTEdge with Dr. Zero Trust
Cyber Ranges are an important asset to leverage for a Zero Trust implementation. ZTEdge is a Zero Trust cloud security platform that cuts complexity, reduces cyber-risk, and improves performance, at half the cost of other solutions. Curious Craig along with Dr. Zero Trust (Chase Cunningham) discuss the difficulties of building your own Cyber Range as well as how ZTEdge supports a Zero Trust implementation.
Containers offer speed and convenience, but sacrifice security. How do you validate and prioritize container vulnerabilities? Watch Craig Stevenson, CEO of HyperQube and Greg Dharma LePard, Sales Engineer from Rezilion as they:
Demonstrated how to build live infrastructure with the HyperQube Cyber Range
Containers offer speed and convenience, but sacrifice security. How do you validate and prioritize container vulnerabilities? Join Craig Stevenson, CEO of HyperQube and Greg Dharma LePard, Sales Engineer and Solutions Architect from Rezilion as they:
From Chris Konrad at WWT, “The World Wide Technology ATC HyperQube Proving Ground Lab exists to help people create VMware environments and exact replicas of current environments in under 30 seconds. This solution seeks to conquer business problems such as long set up times and bad configurations when it comes to setting up virtual environments.”