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Upcoming Webinars

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09/10 Developing A Five Step Plan to Reduce Critical Threat Containment 11 AM EDT Sign Up Now
09/23 Embracing the Use of Mobile Devices at Hospitals While Complying with HIPAA 11 AM EDT Sign Up Now
10/07 Network Access Control 101: Securing the Critical Edge of Your Network 11 AM EDT Sign Up Now
10/14 Enabling Secure BYOD and 1-to-1 Initiatives in Schools 11 AM EDT Sign Up Now
10/28 Detecting Rogue Wired and Wireless Devices on your PCI DSS Network 11 AM EDT Sign Up Now

On Demand Webinars

BYOD: Make K-12 Learning Safe, Mobile and CollaborativeEnabling Secure BYOD and 1 to 1 Initiatives

Primary and secondary schools are embracing personal mobile devices to enhance the learning process. Some schools allow students to bring their own device (BYOD) while others fund the device for each student (1-to-1). To avoid a barrage of help desk calls, IT staff are looking for simple, secure, and cost effective ways to embrace BYOD. The goal is to ensure students, faculty, and staff get to use their device of choice while access to sensitive information and the internet is carefully managed. Watch this webinar to learn about:

  • Scalable, secure onboarding
  • How to allow only safe and trusted devices onto the network
  • Provisioning granular network access for students, staff and guests

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Securing Mobile Access While Embracing BYOD Across Your CampusSimple, Self-Service Onboarding Portal for 100,000 Students

Each year, thousands of students, faculty, and staff converge on your campus network bringing their laptops, iPads, smartphones and other mobile devices with them, and they all want wired and wireless network access. How can you provide them the right level of network access while ensuring security and without crushing your helpdesk staff? Learn how you can:

  • Gain 100% visibility into all mobile devices connecting to your network, including laptops, iPads, smartphones, gaming consoles, IP TVs and other mobile devices
  • Enable an automated, self-service registration process for thousands of personally-owned devices
  • Automatically detect and isolate non-compliant or infected devices on your wireless and wired networks
  • Dynamically provision and control the appropriate level of network access for your students, staff, and guests
  • Automatically remove infected or compromised devices that act as unsuspecting backdoors to your network

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Utah Valley University Makes BYOD Fast, Simple and ReliableUtah Valley University Makes BYOD Fast, Simple and Reliable

Utah Valley University (UVU) is the second largest institution of higher learning in Utah with nearly 33,000 students and 5,000 faculty members. For UVU BYOD is not just a “nice to have” feature, but an integral part of the university experience.Hear UVU’s network engineer, Duke Heaton outline the specific steps he took to enable BYOD across the campus and give the students and staff access to the network resources for which they are authorized, without jeopardizing security or overwhelming IT.

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Reduce Critical Threat Containment Time from 7 Days to 7 Minutes with FireEyeReduce Critical Threat Containment Time from 7 Days to 7 Minutes with FireEye

Today’s cyber threats are targeted, difficult to detect, and require significant manual intervention and expertise to contain. They traverse different domains of IT management -- making it a cross-functional challenge to trace and find the threat’s electronic foothold. Silos of security information require manual correlation to bridge the gap between security event alerts and endpoints infected with zero-day malware. Moreover, the increasing volume of security events that need to be triaged makes it impractical to respond and remediate threats manually.

Join this session to understand how to reduce threat response time from 7 days to 7 seconds. Leveraging integration with FireEye, Bradford Networks correlates high fidelity security alerts to identify and contain threats on compromised end-points in real-time.

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Reduce Critical Threat Containment Time from 7 Days to 7 Minutes with Palo Alto NetworksReduce Critical Threat Containment Time from 7 Days to 7 Minutes with Palo Alto Networks

Today’s cyber threats are targeted, difficult to detect, and require significant manual intervention and expertise to contain. They traverse different domains of IT management -- making it a cross-functional challenge to trace and find the threat’s electronic foothold. Silos of security information require manual correlation to bridge the gap between security event alerts and endpoints infected with zero-day malware. Moreover, the increasing volume of security events that need to be triaged makes it impractical to respond and remediate threats manually.

Join this session to understand how to reduce threat response time from 7 days to 7 seconds. Leveraging integration with Palo Alto Networks, Bradford Networks correlates high fidelity security alerts to identify and contain threats on compromised end-points in real-time.

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Windows XP End of Life: Five Steps for Keeping Your Network Safe from Vulnerable EndpointsWindows XP End of Life: Five Steps for Keeping Your Network Safe from Vulnerable Endpoints

As of April 8, 2014 Microsoft no longer provides support for Windows XP. With the end of automated patching and security fixes, endpoints running Windows XP will now become backdoors to your network and a tempting target for cyber criminals.

This webinar will present 5 steps to effectively manage and accelerate the transition from Windows XP, and protect your organization from these increasingly vulnerable endpoints. Attend this webinar and learn how you can:

  • Create an inventory of all endpoints, users, groups, and locations running Windows XP
  • Report on the OS patch levels, installed Antivirus products, and signature file versions
  • Direct Windows XP users to a captive portal to educate them on policy, timeframes, and how best to transition
  • Action Windows XP users with real-time notifications, network limitations, or prevent network access altogether
  • Trend the decline of Windows XP endpoints and the growth of other operating systems

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Advanced Cyber Threats: 6 Steps to Prevent and Remove a Threats’ FootholdAdvanced Cyber Threats: 6 Steps to Prevent and Remove a Threats’ Foothold

Over the past few years the security industry has evolved its posture from pure prevention to include rapid detection, investigation, and remediation. It is now no longer a matter of if a threat will penetrate your defenses -- but when. With this shift from preventative to responsive, it is critical to minimize the think time and overall impact of a threat by finding and removing its electronic foothold as fast as possible. To reduce risk and minimize incident response time, Security Automation is being used to harden the network’s attack surface and address complexity. This webinar will take you through a 6 step process that uses Security Automation to help prevent threats and reduce remediation from days to minutes.

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14122_WOD_EnterpriseThe BYOD Blueprint with MobileIron and Bradford Networks

This joint MobileIron and Bradford Networks webinar explains and demonstrates how our NAC and MDM solutions integrate and complement each other to deliver a BYOD Blueprint that ensures full visibility and control of the network and mobile devices. View this recording to see how joint customers are using the integrated solution to:

  • Detect managed and unmanaged mobile devices attempting to connect to the network
  • Automatically determine if a device is compliant with an organization’s policies
  • Enforce device and network security and compliance policies
  • Dynamically provision network access based on pre-defined policies
  • Configure and update device settings over-the-air, and remotely lock and/or wipe devices if they are compromised
  • Register unmanaged/unknown devices for guest access
  • Know and verify every switch, router, and access point on the network

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Network Access Control 101: Securing the Critical Edge of Your NetworkNetwork Access Control 101: Securing the Critical Edge of Your Network

This webinar draws on Bradford Networks’ extensive experience to provide you with key advice on how to secure the critical edge of your network. You will learn how to:

  • Get 100% visibility into all the devices connecting to your wired and/or wireless network
  • Identify vulnerable devices connecting to your secure network
  • Enable flexible network access without compromising security

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The Mobility Mandate: Prepare for BYOD with Enterprise-Ready Wi-Fi and Network Access ControlSuccessful BYOD: Scalable, Secure, Simple

BYOD is getting more complex by the day and security concerns are a top priority for organizations of any size and across all industries. And when it comes to implementation, simplicity and scalability are top-of-mind.Hear how AirWatch, Bradford Networks and Xirrus address the key factors needed to ensure a successful, scalable and secure BYOD rollout.

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Embracing the Use of Mobile Devices at Hospitals and Medical Centers While Maintaining HIPAA ComplianceEmbracing the Use of Mobile Devices at Hospitals and Medical Centers While Maintaining HIPAA Compliance

Many hospitals and medical centers are embracing the use of hospital owned and/or personally owned tablets and other mobile devices in order to improve responsiveness and the quality of patient care. Hand in hand with these advances, access to Electronic Medical Records (EMR) needs to be secure and meet HIPAA compliance regulations.

This webinar presents a step-by-step, proven approach to enabling doctors and medical staff to use their mobile device of choice while maintaining sufficient visibility and control over each and every device joining your network.

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Detecting Rogue Wired and Wireless Devices on Your PCI DSS NetworkDetecting Rogue Wired and Wireless Devices on Your PCI DSS Network

Retail organizations, even when PCI DSS compliant, must remain diligent about safeguarding their networks and access to cardholder data. Given that retail networks are public facing with wired and wireless network access within reach of the general public as well as employees, retail IT professionals must ensure the integrity of their cardholder networks and the devices that are connected to them. View this webinar to understand how you can use Network Access Control for PCI DSS network monitoring, device monitoring and reporting.

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PCI DSS Compliance: Prevent Mobile Devices from Connecting to Your Cardholder NetworkPCI DSS Compliance: Prevent Mobile Devices from Connecting to Your Cardholder Network

This webinar provides key advice on how Network Access Control (NAC) can reduce risk, maintain network integrity and ensure PCI DSS compliance.You will learn how to:

  • Easily isolate the cardholder network to prevent unauthorized access to critical systems
  • Know exactly what devices are connected to your network at any given time
  • Detect/prevent a rogue device that tries to connect to the wired/wireless cardholder network
  • Using flexible policies, enable safe wireless access to the cardholder network to authorized devices and users only

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