ESG Whitepaper: New security risks and old security challenges often overwhelm legacy security controls and analytical tools. This ESG white paper discusses why today's approach to security managementóthat depends on up-to-the-minute situational awareness and real-time security intelligenceómeans organizations are entering the era of big data security analytics.
The information security mission is no longer about implementing and operating controls. This report by the Security for Business Innovation Council (SBIC) describes how information security teams are transforming to include a much broader set of technical and business-centric activities, to better manage the wider risks to information assets.
RSA Technical Brief: The openness of today's networks and the growing sophistication of advanced threats make it almost impossible to prevent cyber attacks and intrusions. This technical brief discusses why combating advanced threats depends on organizations shifting more security resources from prevention to detection and remediation, and developing intelligence-driven security programs.
RSA Paper: In today's highly interconnected business environment, information security can no longer be an isolated endeavor: it's the responsibility of an entire business ecosystem or value-chain. This RSA Security Brief looks at the areas for improvement where investment will typically generate the greatest security benefit.
RSA White Paper: As organizations rebalance their security defenses to combat today's sophisticated threats, they're recognizing that centralized incident response capabilities are key. This white paper discusses how organizations can assess and improve their incident response maturity. It also introduces RSA products and services, including RSA Security Analytics, that can help accelerate the maturity journey.
Published By: CheckMarx
Published Date: Apr 03, 2019
Data breaches continuing to make the headlines and enterprises are no longer questioning "if" a breach will occur, but "when." With the organization's data assets and reputation at stake, having a breach response plan in place is becoming increasingly important.
Join security thought leaders and experts for an interactive Q&A to learn more about:
- Todayís cybersecurity threat landscape
- The true costs of a breach
- Preventing breaches: Key factors to consider
- Why early breach detection is critical
- How to develop an effective incident response plan and get C-Suite buy-in
- How to keep your company secure in 2019"
The status quo in network monitoring is no longer adequate for large organizations. Itís simply taking too long for enterprises with mission-critical networks to resolve and find the root causes of network incidents. To speed things up, enterprises must add dedicated incident response and root cause analysis capabilities that are 100% accurate and reliable to their network management arsenals.
It takes so long to diagnose, fix, and eradicate network incidents that network uptime and performance are suffering. Because of this, organizations need to embrace incident response and root cause analysis capabilities to accelerate resolution times and avoid the network downtime and service degradation that can cost them thousands, if not millions, of dollars per minute.
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Time has become a critical capability in being able to extract the business value enterprises want from their data and computing infrastructure, as well as to protect the business value that has already been created. In multiple areas of cyber security, time is currently working in favor of the attackers ó and time is the strategic advantage that the defenders need to regain. In this report, Aberdeen Group provides four illustrative examples of how recapturing an advantage of time can help defenders to reduce their risk, in the fundamental categories of data protection, threat detection and incident response, data center / cloud security, and endpoint security.
This paper focuses on defining levels of critical incident response maturity and how organizations can continually improve their incident response capabilities to help reduce the risk of experiencing a damaging incident. It provides a framework to help organizations determine where they are in the security journey and where they want to be.
As a companion to the Gartner Magic Quadrant for SIEM, the Gartner Critical Capabilities report for SIEM helps IT security organizations compare their requirements with the most common SIEM use cases. Discover in-depth how Gartner rates McAfee SIEM by critical capabilities.
Published By: LogRhythm
Published Date: Sep 26, 2008
LogRhythm, the leader in Log and Security Event Management Solutions, has prepared a "Quick Read" whitepaper to help you understand what's required to ensure compliance with: CIP- 003-1 – Cyber Security – Security Management controls; CIP- 005-1 – Cyber Security – Electronic Security Perimeter(s); CIP- 006-1 – Cyber Security – Physical Security of Critical Cyber Assets; CIP -007-1 – Cyber Security – Systems Security Management; CIP -008-1 – Cyber Security – Incident Reporting and Response PlanningThe whitepaper also contains a compliance reference chart with the specific CIP requirements matched with recommended steps to ensure compliance.
The status quo in network monitoring is no longer adequate for large organizations. It's simply taking too long for enterprises with mission-critical networks to resolve and find the root causes of network incidents. To speed things up, enterprises must add dedicated incident response and root cause analysis capabilities that are 100% accurate and reliable to their network management arsenals.