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Founded:
2005
Company Size:
501-1000 employees
Company Type:
Public
Location:
New York, NY
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Varonis is a pioneer in data security and analytics, fighting a different battle than conventional cybersecurity companies. Varonis focuses on protecting enterprise data on premises and in the cloud: sensitive files and emails; confidential customer, patient and employee data; financial records; str ...
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Webinar: How Security Teams Use Varonis June 20th, 2pm EDT
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Cyber & Tech Attorney Camille Stewart: Discerning One’s Appetite for Risk (Part Two)
We continue our conversation with cyber and tech attorney Camille Stewart on discerning one's appetite for risk. In other words, how much information are you willing to share online in exchange for something free? It's a loaded question and Camille takes us through the lines of questioning one would take when taking a fun quiz or survey online. As always, there are no easy answers or shortcuts to achieving the state of privacy savvy nirvana. What's also risky is that we shouldn't connect laws ...
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Webinar: How Security Teams Use Varonis
Webinar | Wednesday, June 20th | 2:00pm EDTWant inside tips on how to get the most out of DatAlert?Join Varonis security expert Matt Radolec and learn how to use DatAlert through and through - from understanding the dashboard and user alerts to prioritizing your investigations.During this live workshop you’ll learn how to: Use DatAlert's dashboard and alerts view to see suspicious user behavior Identify alert severity and drill down into the users and assets affected Run a breach investigation ...
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Cyber & Tech Attorney Camille Stewart: Discerning One’s Appetite for Risk
We continue our conversation with cyber and tech attorney Camille Stewart on discerning one's appetite for risk. In other words, how much information are you willing to share online in exchange for something free? It's a loaded question and Camille takes us through the lines of questioning one would take when taking a fun quiz or survey online. As always, there are no easy answers or shortcuts to achieving the state of privacy savvy nirvana. What's also risky is that we shouldn't connect laws ...
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Core Security Principles Drive Us into The Future
While reading about our latest technological advances, such as digital license plates and self-driving cars, I wondered about our industry’s core security principles that set the foundation for all our innovation. However, what about user agreements? We’re able to create incredible new advances, however we can’t get our user agreements right. Even though the agreements are for the users, it’s rare that they want to read the legalese. It’s just easier to click &lsqu ...
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Cyber & Tech Attorney Camille Stewart: The Tension Between Law and Tech (Part 1)
Many want the law to keep pace with technology. What's taking so long? A simple search online and you'll find a multitude of reasons why the law is slow to catch up with technology - lawyers are risk averse, the legal world is intentionally slow and also late adopters of technology. Can this all be true? Or simply heresy? I wanted to hear from an expert who has experience in the private and public sector. That's why I sought out the expertise of Camille Stewart, a cyber and technology attorney ...
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I’m Sean Campbell, Systems Engineer at Varonis, and This is How I Work
In April of 2013, after a short stint as a professional baseball player, Sean Campbell started working at Varonis as a Corporate Systems Engineer. Currently a Systems Engineer for New York and New Jersey, he is responsible for uncovering and understanding the business requirements of both prospective and existing customers across a wide range of verticals. This involves many introductory presentations, proof of concept installations, integration expansion discussions, and even the technical dev ...
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Data Protectionism: Friend or Foe?
Data protectionism - restricting the movement of data between countries - will be an option that governments will elect to implement in the upcoming months and years. As the world economy become more data-driven, impacting global GDPs, they will soon find their way into trade deals, requiring data to be held in servers inside certain countries. It’s not just a business decision. Exporting data on individuals is also heavily restricted because of privacy concerns. And we saw a Belgian legi ...
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9 Ways to Secure Active Directory
For many companies, Active Directory represents the keys to the kingdom. Understanding how to maintain a secure, optimized, and well-monitored AD can drastically reduce your risks of being attacked.To that end, here are nine ways to secure Active Directory...
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Pen Testing Active Directory Series
No fluff - all good stuff!·       Part I: Introduction to crackmapexec (and PowerView)·       Part II: Getting Stuff Done With PowerView·       Part III: Chasing Power Users·       Part IV: Graph Fun·       Part V: Admins and Graphs·       Part VI: The Final Case
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Turning People into Devices
Outsourcing tedious tasks is a dream of many and at the latest Google Developer’s conference,  the audience beamed when Google Assistant booked an appointment. However, attendees were quick to worry about potential exploits those devices might face. Medical devices are a good example of what computerized assistants might face in the future. Yes, medical devices can save lives and certainly serve a more noble cause than outsourcing tedious tasks, but the security aspect of these life- ...
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Free tomorrow at 9am EST?  Join our GDPR webinar.  It covers the info that you need to know - like the new requirements of the adopted GDPR, how to address & implement changes as well as the consequences of non compliance. See you there! http://hubs.ly/H07xpql0
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Free tomorrow at 9am EST?  Join our GDPR webinar.  It covers the info that you need to know - like the new requirements of the adopted GDPR, how to address implement changes and the consequences of non compliance. http://hubs.ly/H07xpql0

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