Discussion between Osterman Research and BIO-key on current trends and issues with cybersecurity preparedness in the government sector. Webinar hosted by BIO-key.
Exploring the business case for policy-based enterprise endpoint versus relying solely on Microsoft OneDrive. Webinar hosted by Micro Focus.
How organizations can access their mainframe/host from the cloud and the benefits in doing so, including reduced complexity and costs, centralized control, and a better user experience. Sponsored by Micro Focus.
Research into how well large companies manage risk from subsidiaries, what difficulties they encounter, and the ramifications of these. Sponsored by CyCognito.
Research into the hidden risks that organizations face from the unmanaged use of Shadow Code on their websites. Sponsored by PerimeterX.
Research on the challenge of sensitive data discovery and how organizations are prioritizing and assigning responsibility for it. Sponsored by ActiveNav.
Explores the current state of cybersecurity threats, preparedness, and response capability in the government sector. It offers direction to decision-makers and influencers working in the government sector on increasing the maturity and effectiveness of cybersecurity protections in government. Sponsored by Anomali, BIO-key International, KnowBe4, Mimecast, Progress MOVEit, and Virsec.
Presenting the findings of our recent report on security blind spots in the software supply chain. Webinar hosted by GrammaTech.
Discussing the findings on vulnerable open-source components in commercial off-the-shelf software. A conversation between Deb Radcliff for GrammaTech’s Shift Left Academy and Michael Sampson from Osterman Research.
The findings of an investigation into the use of open-source components in commercial off-the-shelf software—many of which have a list of known vulnerabilities—across five common software categories. Sponsored by GrammaTech.