Published By: Gigamon
Published Date: Dec 13, 2018
"Security Delivery Platforms for Dummies" shows IT professionals how to transform the network deployment of security and monitoring tools for better efficiency and effectiveness. Learn how to detect threats faster by removing network blind spots, monitor what's happening across the global enterprise and optimize your security tools’ performance and efficacy. If you are responsible for protecting corporate networks or managing the deployment of security tools, this book is for you!
Published By: Preempt
Published Date: Nov 02, 2018
Enterprises and the threats that target them have all fundamentally evolved over the past decade. In response, the security industry has generated an enormous amount of point solutions and technologies to try and keep pace. However, for all of this innovation and change, the underlying enforcement architecture has remained largely unchanged.
A new modern approach to preempting threats is required. One that augments the existing architecture instead of replaces it. This new approach brings full enterprise and business context to real-time enforcement decisions. Identity, behavior, devices, anomalies, and risk all play a real-time role. Just as importantly, enforcement and access options can be graded based on the risk to the business, and policies can actively seek out and adapt to new information.
Today, technology is all about enabling business. Organizations of many types and sizes are developing, upgrading or replacing mobile applications to reflect changes in the workplace. Across industries, employees are working more while mobile, using multiple devices. When they return to the office, they are capitalizing on more flexible work environments and approaches to work.
Many organizations are facilitating this anytime, anywhere work
with mobility initiatives that provide mobile devices or allow
employees to use their own. They are also modifying workspace
designs, creating mobile workstations and mobile “hot spots” to
enable workers to easily connect to enterprise systems when
they return to the office.
Enabling employees to work better can help organizations
boost productivity and improve customer service. The real
challenge is to continue supporting new ways of working, now
and in the future, without compromising security.
The incredible reach of social media can be used to nurture business relationships and nourish invaluable customer relationships. But without an enterprise-wide security strategy, your organization is susceptible to a variety of internal and external threats, including account hijackings, malware and employee errors that can lead to brand and communication crises.
Download this white paper to learn how IT pros should be able to leverage essential cloud services while meeting enterprise security requirements by taking into consideration a number of fundamental security principles and best practices, by understanding the specific security needs of an enterprise and evaluating different cloud environments and models, and by asking vendors the right questions
SANS Institute's analysis team took a peek into McAfee's latest ESM software with a particular bent towards SIEM applications, and found an "easy-to-use SIEM system that can perform broad and deep event analysis as well as provide a quick assessment."
"It’s no secret that the way people work has changed dramatically over the past few years. As highly distributed environments become the norm, security teams are scrambling to protect users, the growing number of device types they carry, and their data.
With more users, devices, and applications connecting to the network, the number of risks and vulnerabilities is also increasing — triggering a total transformation in the security landscape.
In this research readout, we explore the complex factors that make remote and roaming user security a challenge, and the emerging solutions best positioned to meet the needs of today’s increasingly distributed enterprise.Explore the complex factors that make remote and roaming user security a challenge, and the emerging solutions best positioned to meet the needs of today’s increasingly distributed enterprise.
It’s a bold claim; one that hasn’t always been accepted as truth. In the not so distant
past, digital security was seen as a cost center. Those days are gone.
Security is essential to the success of any digital business. If there is one thing you
can always count on, however, it’s that security-related incursions are inevitable. And
it’s news to no one to say that these disruptions can have dire consequences beyond
downtime. Security breaches erode trust and damage reputation.
Simply put, there’s no longer a choice. As a CIO, CISO, or other security or IT leader,
you know it’s your job to be the central agent stressing the connections between
business and digital risk. It’s your responsibility to find the talent and technology to
ensure the protection of your digital assets.
According to Gartner, by 2020, 100% of large enterprises will be asked to report on
their cybersecurity and technology risks to their boards of directors at least annually.
That’s up from 40% in 2018. Whether you’r
Robotic Process Automation was born with the vision of empowering business users to create software bots that could interact with enterprise systems just like humans.
Its benefits include substantial time and cost savings, improved customer satisfaction, increased workforce morale, and the ability to build a competitive advantage over competitors.
But to fully realize all these benefits, it’s important for businesses to select a solution with a robust RPA security architecture that supports core principles, such as least privileges and separation of duties while delivering end-to-end protection for the critical apps and sensitive data involved.
This paper provides an overview of the industry’s highest standard for enterprise-grade security as demonstrated by the market’s leading Digital Workforce platform, Automation Anywhere Enterprise.
With compromised credentials as today’s #1 threat vector, and the premium hackers place on privileged access, status quo is a treacherous security path to remain on. This eBook looks at what’s behind the privilege crisis, helps you assess how your privileged access management strategy stacks up and proposes a rethink in your approach — one that better addresses the needs of the hybrid enterprise. It explores ways to strengthen your company’s identity maturity with a Zero Trust approach and proven best practices that reduce your risk of a security breach.
While enterprises appear to be aware of advanced malware and its security challenges, the measures to defend against it need some attention and investment. This report presents survey results that gauge enterprise awareness of advanced malware and what measures are being taken to defend against it.
Published By: Barracuda
Published Date: Oct 14, 2019
In its guide for buyers considering email-security solutions—a detailed analysis of products and services—Forrester’s evaluation gave Barracuda the highest score possible in the cloud integration, deployment options and support and customer success criteria. Get full report and see all the details for yourself, including innovative solutions for email authentication and incident response and for preventing account takeover, business email compromise (BEC) and spear-phishing. Claim your complimentary copy right now!
Published By: Intralinks
Published Date: Oct 03, 2013
For many companies, in particular in industries like pharmaceuticals, software development, or entertainment, their intellectual property is more valuable than any physical asset. And with the increasing need to collaborate with external business partners to accelerate product life cycles and enhance innovation, there is a greater risk for sensitive information to be compromised.
In this 6-page white paper, discover the benefits of how the right inter-enterprise collaboration tool can ensure secure document sharing and team collaboration, and what to keep in mind as you look for a provider.
Published By: IBM APAC
Published Date: May 14, 2019
Clients can realize the full potential of artificial intelligence (AI) and analytics with IBM’s deep industry expertise, technology solutions and capabilities and start to infuse intelligence into virtually every business decision and process. IBM’s AI & Analytics Services organization is helping enterprises get their data ready for AI and ultimately achieve stronger data-driven decisions; access deeper insights to provide improved customer care; and develop trust and confidence with AI-powered technologies focused on security, risk and compliance.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is moving beyond the hype cycle, as more and more organizations seek to adopt AI-related technologies. These organizations are focusing on prioritizing functional areas and use cases, placing a stronger emphasis on topline growth, taking up a renewed interest in their data infrastructure and articulating greater unease about the skills of their knowledge workers. This report explores how they are approaching str
Published By: Attachmate
Published Date: Mar 20, 2013
Traditional fraud detection methods, such as application logging, can’t address the scale and sophistication of today’s threats. Find out how to get the visibility you need to better and manage enterprise risk with Luminet.
Published By: LogRhythm
Published Date: Dec 20, 2016
For security analysts, a flow of security alerts is an inevitable consequence of the digital age. Moreover, as alerts can signal business-impacting incidents, the enterprise’s security staff cannot be complacent. Staff must be relentless in gathering logs, setting alert parameters, assessing alert severity, and then prudently responding to incidents with countermeasures.
Published By: MobileIron
Published Date: Aug 20, 2018
In the PC era, employees operated from within a well defined enterprise IT perimeter and passwords were sufficient to establish user trust. However, in today’s mobile-cloud environment, the enterprise perimeter has dissolved and business information is available to users on a variety of endpoints, apps, services, networks, locations. In this dynamic access environment, organizations need a different approach to security that is able to:
• Establish user trust using multiple factor authentication
• Correlate user trust with other factors such as endpoint, app, network, and more
• Apply adaptive, risk-based policies that match the user’s environment
Cisco® Unified Access establishes a framework that securely, reliably, and seamlessly connects anyone, anywhere, anytime, using any device to any resource. This framework empowers all employees with advanced services, taking advantage of an intelligent, enterprise-wide network to increase revenue, productivity, and customer satisfaction while reducing operational inefficiencies across the business. Cisco Unified Access includes services-rich network edge systems and combines a core network infrastructure embedded with integration of productivity-enhancing advanced technologies, including IP communications, mobility, security, video, and collaboration services.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is composed of sensor-embedded devices and machines
that exchange data with each other and the cloud through a secure network.
Often referred to as “things” or “edge devices”, these intelligent machines
connect to the internet either directly or through an IoT gateway,
enabling them to send data to the cloud. Analyzing this data can reveal
valuable insights about these objects and the business processes
they’re part of, helping enterprises optimize their operations.
Devices in IoT deployments can span nearly any industry or use case.
Each one is equipped with sensors, processing power, connectivity,
and software, enabling asset control and other remote interactions
over the internet. Unlike traditional IT assets, these edge devices are
resource-constrained (either by bandwidth, storage, or processing
power) and are typically found outside of a data center, creating unique
security and management considerations.
For cybercriminals, no business is too small to exploit. Albeit being under a relatively smaller spotlight than typical enterprises, small businesses can ill afford to take the threat cybercrimes pose for granted. Myths abound regarding small businesses' security but it's time to face the facts.