CyberSafe becomes Hewlett Packard Enterprise Gold Partner

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January 11, 2017 – CyberSafe is an approved member of the HPE Partner Ready program and qualifies as Gold Partner in two HPE Security product lines:

– HPE Security ArcSight Specialist

– Data Security Specialist.

“These certifications reward our investment in the HPE Partner Ready Certification and Learning program, the high level of experience of our skilled team and also the business volume achieved with HPE Security products.” – says Dinis Fernandes, Executive Manager of CyberSafe.

CyberSafe’s team has successfully completed trainings and other requirements and is now recognized by HPE as being able to provide the best services for anyone interested in HPE Security solutions. You can request demos, proof of concept trials and quotes directly to CyberSafe.

ArcSight is the Security Operations line of products, which comprises

– ArcSight Data Platform, an open standards data collection with an intelligent event broker

– ArcSight ESM, the Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) with real-time event correlation

– ArcSight UBA, Integrated user and behavior analytics to detect unknown threats

– ArcSight Investigate, which provides automated investigation with 10x faster search

HPE Data Security products drive leadership in data-centric security and encryption solutions. With over 80 patents and 51 years of expertise they protect the world’s largest brands and neutralize breach impact by securing sensitive data at rest, in use and in motion. HPE Data Security solutions provide advanced data encryption, tokenization and key management that protect sensitive data across enterprise applications, data processing IT, cloud, payments ecosystems, mission critical transactions, storage and big data platforms, which are key for example to meet the new EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

If you want to learn more about HPE Security products, as ArcSight SIEM, SecureData or SecureMail data security products, or Fortify application security products please contact us.

CyberSafe and FireEye Business Breakfast on Protection Against Advanced Threats

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November 23, 2016 – CyberSafe and FireEye organized a Business Breakfast on “Protection Against Advanced Threats”. This event was hosted in Museu Fundação Oriente, in Lisboa, Portugal.

Advanced Malware continues to successfully attack organizations. In this event we showed how FireEye solutions offer a comprehensive approach to protect organizations from advanced threats by detecting and blocking Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) attacks in real time including ramsonware and exploitation of zero-day vulnerabilities.

With participants from organizations of several vertical sectors, as banking, insurance, telecom, government, health and social care, and manufacturing it was easy to see that this subject is part of the concerns of most companies today.

If you want to learn more about advanced threats and how the FireEye solutions address them please contact us.

CyberSafe will participate on Web Summit

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November 4, 2016 – CyberSafe was selected to participate on the ALPHA startup track at Web Summit 2016. Web Summit has become “Europe’s largest and most important technology marketplace”, a crossroads for the world’s largest buyers and sellers of technology, alongside many of the world’s most disruptive emerging technology companies.

Besides other subjects, we will present CyberSafe Feed, our Threat Intelligence Platform doing aggregation of +100 sources of threat intelligence, normalization and categorization of indicators of compromise (IOC), and even confidence score calculation of IOCs, which allows to simplify the integration of threat intelligence on every organization’s Security Operations Center.

If you are going to Web Summit, we will be delighted if you visit us. CyberSafe is exhibiting at stand number A 202 in the Security Exhibition Area of Pavilion 3 on Day 2 of the event, Wednesday, November 9.

If you want to learn more about CyberSafe, or our Threat Intelligence Platform please contact us.

CyberSafe participated in the “I Jornadas pela Segurança”, an event organized by “Santa Casa da Misericórdia de Lisboa”

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November 3, 2016 – CyberSafe participated in the “I Jornadas pela Segurança”, an event organized by “Santa Casa da Misericórdia de Lisboa” and hosted at Convento de Santos-o-Novo, in Lisboa, Portugal, that aims to promote the public discussion about Security in different areas, such as people and assets security, security at work, environmental security, food or information security.

CyberSafe contributed to the event with a presentation about the Security Operations Centers (SOC). Besides presenting briefly, the several SOC concepts, CyberSafe speaker Nelson Silva detailed the characteristics to build an efficient SOC: the use of several technologies, people’s role and processes.

This presentation complemented the previous ones, about the new European Regulation to personal data protection (by Dr. David Marques, from AP2SI – The Portuguese Association to Information Security) and Cybercrime (by Chief inspector Rogério Bravo, from Policia Judiciária – The Cybercrime Unit of the Portuguese Police).

This discussion ended with some points of view about the future of security (by Dr. Rui Barata Ribeiro from IBM Security).

If you want to learn more about SOCs please contact us.

CyberSafe and Hewlett Packard Enterprise Business Breakfast on Data Security

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May 4, 2016 – CyberSafe and Hewlett Packard Enterprise organized a Business Breakfast on Data Security named “How to Manage Data Privacy and be Compliant with Regulation”. The event was hosted in Hewlett Packard Enterprise’s main office in Quinta da Fonte, Portugal.

With ever-increasing competitive and cost pressures, enterprises are driving toward greater use of cloud services and Big Data analytics to extract more value from corporate and customer information. At the same time, concerns for effective enterprise data security and privacy and compliance with privacy or UE regulations can often cause delays in adoption of these valuable technologies.

In this breakfast, we showed how HPE SecureData and SecureMail Enterprise solutions provide a comprehensive approach to enterprise data protection and solve the issue of advanced threats attacking data as it is stored, processed and moved across different systems end-to-end, without the need to expose live data in the gaps between or across systems.

With participants from medium to big companies of several vertical sectors, as banking, insurance, retail, government, health and gambling we had very interesting interactive discussions on data security.

If you want to learn more about data security or HPE solutions SecureData and SecureMail please contact us.

CyberSafe participated in 2016 TSI.2.Market

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April 13, 2016 – CyberSafe participated in the 2016 edition of the TSI.2.Market event hosted by Universidade do Minho.

The TSI.2.Market is an annual event that aims to promote student integration in the work market, offering a space for experience sharing and reflecting on themes and profiles within Information Systems (IS), as well as the promotion of partnership opportunities in several companies in the field of Information Systems and Technologies (IST).

The event took place in the Engineering School, Azurém Campus at Minho’s University, on the 11th, 12th and 13th of April 2016, involving all cycles of studies from the TSI@UMinho universe.

Comments:

Nelson’s presentation was quite relevant and interesting not only in terms of information but also in terms of the presentation itself. It was a simple presentation, he didn’t use a lot of over complicated “technical” terms, and it wasn’t too exhaustive or too detailed as sometimes happens in presentations where the audience quickly loses interest. It was really useful personally, as it made me realize that Security is the area where I should build my professional carrier. In the end of the presentation I talked with Nelson, and we’ve exchanged some ideas and impressions for 30 minutes, he was very attentive and very available to help with anything.

(Emanuel Palmeira –MEGSI student at U.Minho)

 

The presence of CyberSafe at TSI2Market was a great advantage to me, because it showed me that following a professional career in the security area can be a promising opportunity. As a student, and considering that this is an area of interest to me, it was really motivating listen to Nelson Silva’s testimony about how is working in the informatic security area. TSI2Market is a huge opportunity that students have to make contacts with professionals of the labor market, so, I believe that it was really important for us, as students, to learn more about an area where you can invest for your future.

(Márcio Miranda –TSI student at U. Minho)

 

In my opinion the CyberSafe presentation, made by Nelson Silva, was one of TSI2Market most important moments. First of all because in this stage of our lives as students, we are still a little confused about the area where we should focus our career and second because Nelson’s testimony clarified many doubts that appear in this phase regarding the work market. It was very good to have contact with a professional in the Security area as this is a very interesting area for me personally and that I believe will bring a good and promising future in the field of information technology.

(Vanessa Pessoa –MEGSI student at U. Minho)

 

CyberSafe participated in the 19th ShadowSec’s Security Meeting

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March 10, 2016 – CyberSafe participated in the 19th Security Meeting, an event organized by ShadowSec and hosted by the Portuguese National Security Cabinet – Gabinete Nacional de Segurança -, and dedicated to IT Security Operations and SIEM.

CyberSafe opened the event with a presentation about the 5th Generation Security Operations Centers (SOC). Besides presenting briefly the several SOC generations, CyberSafe speakers detailed the characteristics that make a SOC a 5th Generation SOC: the use of advanced security analytics, increased efficiency by automation, collaboration, people specialization and adaptability, and counter-attack capabilities. CyberSafe presented also insights on how to measure where your SOC is today and what to do to become a 5th Generation SOC.

Other company presenting on this event was CyberSafe’s vendor partner Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), that focused on User Behaviour Analytics “Is a user doing what is supposed to be allowed to?”.

Finally MEO’s SOC / CSIRT Manager presented “SIEM in the heart of a SOC”.

If you want to learn more about 5th Generation SOCs or Security Analytics please contact us.

 

Hewlett Packard Enterprise Finds Security Operations Centers Lack Maturity and Skilled Professionals in 2016 State of Security Operations Report

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January 19, 2016 – CyberSafe vendor partner Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) published today its third annual State of Security Operations Report 2016, highlighting the critical role security operations centers (SOCs) play in protecting today’s digital enterprise. As organizations face an increasingly volatile threat landscape, the report assesses SOC maturity levels to help organizations improve their security posture and understand the components of a successful security operations organization.

Published by HPE Security Intelligence and Operations Consulting (SIOC), the report examines 114 SOCs in more than 150 assessments around the globe and measures four areas of performance: people, processes, technology and business function. This year’s report indicates that security operations maturity remains well below optimal levels, with 85 percent of assessed organizations falling below recommended maturity levels. While this number is alarmingly high, it accounts for the influx of new SOCs that enterprises are building to address evolving security challenges. These findings also demonstrate the need for organizations to strike the right performance balance across all areas of the SOC, from the foundation up.

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