January 5, 2015 – San Ramon, CA – GreyHeller today announced an Insider Threat Security Webinar Series focused on helping organizations protect their ERP sensitive data from malicious and inadvertent insider threats.
The Insider Threat Series will use recent, high profile breaches at Sony and higher education institutions as examples of what could have been done to prevent insider threat attacks.
“Cyber security priorities have shifted in recent years to insider threats as the top attack vector,” said Greg Wendt, GreyHeller’s Executive Director of Security Solutions. “These types of breaches can be mitigated with rigorous ERP system Credentials Management, strict employee training and implementing two-factor authentication, logging and analytics.”
The Insider Threat Security Webinar Series is part of GreyHeller’s commitment to educate users of major ERP systems on how to fight cyber crime and prevent their organizations from becoming the next news headline.
GreyHeller will deep dive into:
- Two-Factor Authentication
- REN-ISEC Recommendations for HCM
- Logging and Analysis
- Data Masking
- Location Based Security
Each webinar is an hour long and begins at 11:00am PST. For more information and to register, click here.
Insider Threat Security Webinar Series
- January 7th: – Secure Higher Education
- January 14th: – Secure Human Resources
- January 21st: – GreyHeller and Duo Security: Delivering Two-Factor Authentication
GreyHeller’s software solutions help nearly 100 global organizations secure their ERP sensitive data from cyber crime. For more information about GreyHeller, please visit www.greyheller.com.
If organizations won’t spend what’s necessary to license technology that protects their sensitive data because of cost considerations,we believe class action lawsuits will be a sea change in that way of thinking.
Here’s a link to the PC Chang breach class action law suit.