7 Aug 2020, 13:00 - 14:00
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Detecting malicious changes to operating system files early and completely is vital to the handling of security incidents. Programs to look out for such changes, however are rarely used, although they have been around for a long time. This seems routed in the assumption that it is difficult and time-consuming to operate the properly while at the same time, their usefulness is unequivocally recognized. This webinar will introduce the concept of file integrity monitoring (FIM) and give practical tips on how to plan and start with FIM in your organisation. It will also give a live demonstration of one of the latest open source FIM solutions: Wazuh. The module is open to all GÉANT members. Time zone - CEST. To see the list (and to register) of other sessions in the series "Operating system privacy and security" click here
To see the list of other sessions in the series "Operating system privacy and security" and to register click here
Operational Network Security-new for 2020-virtual learning with experts
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