Eye on Security

Eye on Security
By FireEye Inc,
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The latest on cybersecurity threats and news from FireEye
Latest episodes
Nov. 1, 2017
Grady Summers, CTO, FireEye recently sat down to speak about FireEye Helix with Paul Nguyen, Vice President and General Manager for Helix at FireEye. During their conversation, Paul reiterated a key focus of Helix, which is to the help analysts be more effective at their jobs. Check out the podcast to hear all about the latest release (Helix 1.2), how FireEye is able to pivot data from the consul through orchestration, and more.
Oct. 10, 2017
Chris Porter, chief intelligence strategist at FireEye recently sat down with Jeffrey Ashcraft, senior analyst at FireEye, and Matthew McCabe, senior vice president and advisory specialist at Marsh, to discuss cyber threats to the utilities sector and how much of what you see hackers do in the movies really happens when utilities are breached in the real world? Listen to our podcast to find out what the difference between an espionage attempt and preparation for an attack is, the importance of terms and conditions in cyber insurance, and how to best distinguish between an attack and an intrusion to your organization.
July 17, 2017
Given recent high-profile incidents, cyber security has quickly risen to the top of the priority list for many organizations, including governments. As with many organizations these days, government information technology and security is migrating to the cloud. As government and public education entities migrate to Office 365, Google Mail or other solutions for their primary email management service, they’re also looking for email security that delivers advanced threat protection, and this requires a service that is FedRAMP authorized. FireEye CTO Grady Summers spoke with FireEye Global Govt CTO, Tony Cole and Risk Management Lead, Stacey Ziegler on how FireEye will support the government as it moves to the cloud.
June 15, 2017
FireEye CTO, Grady Summers interviewed Kevin Mandia in the summer of 2016 to discuss his goals as FireEye's newest CEO. One year later he has caught-up with Kevin to discuss his “One Team” philosophy, the successful launch of Helix, and his love of overcoming challenges.
June 14, 2017
FireEye CTO, Grady Summers interviewed Kevin Mandia in the summer of 2016 to discuss his goals as FireEye's newest CEO. One year later he has caught-up with Kevin to discuss his “One Team” philosophy, the successful launch of Helix, and his love of overcoming challenges.
April 5, 2017
FireEye CTO, Grady Summers caught-up with John Miller, manager of threat intelligence to discuss his thoughts on the current threat landscape. John touched on preventative steps organizations can put in place, popular attack methods and trends he’s observed from the front lines of our cyber investigations.
March 14, 2017
Matt Snyder, chief information security officer for the Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center joins Grady Summers, FireEye chief technology officer, for a thought-provoking discussion spanning a broad range of security-related topics. Organizations in the healthcare sector are experiencing exponentially increasing levels of targeted attacks from organized crime and nation states: Matt shares his approach to creating a holistic strategy to protect his complex environment.
Oct. 12, 2016
In this podcast, Dan Scali, senior manager for Mandiant consulting and Grady Summers, FireEye Chief Technology Officer, discuss key issues in critical infrastructure and industrial control systems. Bank data centers, nuclear power plants, and water plants make up this niche area of information security that’s quickly gained increased importance with recent high profile breaches. Dan covers some of the vulnerabilities these organizations have, including lack of network segmentation and patching, and how this allows everything from crimeware to nation state attacks to threaten the integrity of critical systems. Organizations of all sizes need a pragmatic approach to security by adopting holistic security programs, employing enterprise wide monitoring, and ensuring they have incident response plans in place. Dan discusses some of the ways Mandiant consultants are helping these organizations in these areas including program development and non-invasive ICS health checks.
Sept. 16, 2016
Detecting today’s attacks is difficult. The attackers are more sophisticated, better funded, and better organized. The attacks themselves are more targeted - 80% of observed malware shows up just once; 68% are used in only one organization. Even more importantly, in many cases, malware isn’t even involved in the attacks, and the preponderance of tactics have never been seen before. Because this sophistication is seen across every industry, companies of all sizes, and every motivation from espionage, ransomware, nation-state to hacktivism, every organization is susceptible. A well-designed architecture needs to detect even the most sophisticated attacks, especially those designed to evade defensive mechanisms. To avoid missing true threats or investing resources on inaccurate alerts, it must detect without the noise generated from false positives. And of course, alerts must come with the context to prioritize investigations and design the proper response. Learn about the latest threats and techniques that FireEye sees in the threat landscape, common pitfalls when designing a detection architecture and our latest innovations to detect the undetectable.
Sept. 1, 2016
Paul Nguyen, VP, Orchestration & Integration for FireEye discusses how orchestration levels the battlefield by leveraging FireEye’s years of expertise battling the world’s most consequential breaches.
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