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Stay on top of digital security trends with Entrust Podcasts
Entrust works hard to continually drive the standard of online security. In this series of podcasts, we discuss some of the major issues in securing online business, from preventing data-breach and loss of intellectual property, safe-guarding the identities and information of your customer base, complying with Federal regulation standards. Subscribe now and be the first to know about what changes are affecting security and the online community.
A 3-Step Approach to FFIEC Compliance
Mike Byrnes, Product Manager for Financial Security Solutions (11:07) (description)
Because of the significant advancements in criminal threats, the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC) updated its "Authentication in an Internet Banking Environment" requirements. Download this podcast to learn what has changed about the rules and what steps banks can take to meet today's risks.
Enterprise Authentication: How to Deploy Appropriate Security
Steve Neville, Director of Identity Products and Solutions (11:00) (description)
In the face of online fraud, enterprise authentication is the key to helping to prevent information security breaches and targeted attacks on financial institutions. But how do you deploy solutions that are versatile, compliant and affordable? Steve Neville, Director of Identity Products and Solutions at Entrust, addresses these concerns by drawing on almost a decade of technology marketing and product experience. This podcast explores top enterprise authentication challenges for financial institutions; how banking institutions are tackling these challenges; how to make the best business case for enterprise authentication and more.
The Evolving Face of Fraud
Steve Neville, Director of Identity Products and Solutions (13:00) (description)
Whether by data breaches, phishing attacks or other methods of sophisticated online eCrime, financial institutions are lucrative targets for today's advanced criminal groups. Steve Neville, Director of Identity Products and Solutions at Entrust, explores the biggest fraud risks for financial institutions and the steps required to help defend the organization.
Online Banking Fraud: How to Fight Back and Win
Steve Neville, Director of Identity Solutions (13:43) (description)
Online banking fraud is increasing in volume and is more sophisticated than ever before. Malware and Man-in-the-Middle attacks are not only dangerous, they are on the rise. Banks around the world are now evolving their fraud detection and authentication strategies to take on the fraudsters and win. During this podcast, Entrust's Director of Identity Solutions Steve Neville talks about the current fraud trends impacting banks and the solutions and regulations in place to protect banks and their customers. Steve also provides tips on what banking institutions should look for when selecting a fraud detection and multifactor authentication solution.
Securing from Within: Protecting Your Corporate Networks to Prevent Data Loss
Myles Huffman, Product Manager (10:06) (description)
Organizations regularly store sensitive information such as trade secrets, employee records and customer data on internal corporate networks, and anyone with access to the network can potentially gain access to confidential information. As part of layered security model tasked with protecting digital identities and information, it is crucial that these files are secured on the network in order to prevent against data breach, protect intellectual property and promote the sharing of information throughout an organization. To explore the vulnerabilities associated with the sharing of sensitive data on a shared network, and what technologies are available to protect it, Entrust, Inc. [NASDAQ: ENTU] has released the "Securing from Within: Protecting Your Corporate Networks to Prevent Data Loss" podcast featuring Entrust product manager Myles Huffman.
E-Government: Creating an Open, Yet Secure, Environment
Andrew Pinder, former e-Envoy for the government of the UK (10:51) (description)
Governments are stewards of vast amounts of sensitive information – from private citizen records to national security data – and must continually seek methods to deliver better services to their constituents in a faster, cost-efficient and effective manner. Known as e-Government, this complex model of proficiency can only reach its full potential if data is secure, parties are trusted, and citizens and businesses have confidence that information and correspondence is protected.
In this podcast, Pinder, the former e-Envoy for the government of the United Kingdom, explores the challenges faced by governments as they move toward developing cohesive strategies and infrastructures to create reliable, secure networks that will increase efficiency for all parties involved.
The PKI Phoenix Rises
Principal of Advanced Security (PKI) Sharon Boeyen (29:46) (description)
Recent security breaches have raised questions on how organizations can establish and maintain a trustworthy network that secures the integrity of digital identities for each and every component of their electronic infrastructure. Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) helps organizations easily manage the digital keys and certificates that are used within an organization to secure user and device identities. To help shed more light on how PKI works, Entrust, Inc. [NASDAQ: ENTU] has released the "The PKI Phoenix Rises" podcast with its Principal of Advanced Security (PKI) Sharon Boeyen.
Authentication... it's not just for consumers
Steve Neville, Entrust Director of Identity Products and Solutions (20:52) (description)
As the threat of unauthorized access to corporate desktops and networks continues to grow, organizations must protect themselves against unauthorized access to laptops, corporate networks or systems locally or over the Internet. Strong authentication can help secure the identities of users inside the enterprise and can add security to the corporate networks and resources. To discuss how organizations can help protect these networks through strong authentication, Entrust, Inc. [NASDAQ: ENTU] has released the "Finally … Affordable Enterprise Authentication" podcast with its Director of Identity Products and Solutions Steve Neville.