Cisco Online Seminar - Cisco Systems

Heartbleed: Assessing and Mitigating Your Risk

Are you at risk and what can you do about it? Every Cisco deployment is different, so the potential effects of Heartbleed and how to mitigate it vary. Learn how to best approach understanding your specific risk and prioritizing next steps.



Original Webcast April 23, 2014

A new industry-wide vulnerability, the Heartbleed bug, affecting OpenSSL could allow malicious attackers to access memory from a vulnerable device and leak private information.

How do you know if you are at risk?
What can you do about it?
How can you prepare for follow-on attacks?


Get answers to these questions and more in this webcast. Because each Cisco deployment is different, the potential effects of Heartbleed and how to mitigate it vary. Cisco has developed and will share a step-by-step approach to understanding your specific risk and prioritizing next steps.

Hear Cisco experts explore:

  • Guidance on how to assess the effects of Heartbleed
  • The potential implications of compromise and steps to mitigate
  • In-field telemetry demonstrating who is exploiting the vulnerability, ramp rates of attacks, and what services are being targeted
  • The timeline of events including initial public disclosure and Cisco response
  • How to use Cisco IPS and Cisco Sourcefire NGIPS for protection
  • Special offer: Attendees will receive a complimentary copy of the “Heartbleed Bug: Assessment Guide,” developed by the Cisco Product Security Incident Response Team (PSIRT). Get actionable guidelines to assess and prioritize the effects of the vulnerability on products and software.

    Speakers:
    Craig Williams, Technical Leader, Threat Research, Cisco
    Omar Santos, Incident Manager, Cisco PSIRT


    Agenda

    Topics discussed include:

  • Guidance on how to assess the effects of Heartbleed
  • The potential implications of compromise and steps to mitigate
  • In-field telemetry demonstrating who is exploiting the vulnerability, ramp rates of attacks, and what services are being targeted
  • The timeline of events including initial public disclosure and Cisco response
  • How to use Cisco IPS and Cisco Sourcefire NGIPS for protection


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    Event Summary

    • Event type: Online Event
    • On Demand
    • Duration: 38 minutes

    Who Should Attend

    CISOs, CIOs, IT directors, incident response and network security professionals

    Industry
    • Mid Size / Enterprise Business
    • Large Corporations