Health care organizations face a variety of security challenges—from the growing presence of online personal data to new methods of accessing and transferring medical information. Protecting sensitive data requires more vigilance than ever.
Learn how your IT security peers are responding to threats from mobile and cloud technologies to address these open systems in this latest SANS survey:New Threats Drive Improved Practices: State of Cybersecurity in Health Care Organizations. Inside you’ll see all the results—revealing better awareness of risks with improved commitment of resources and support.
Download now to learn more about how leading health care organizations:
Assess information ecosystems — to understand gaps in infrastructure
Establish data-centric security controls — focusing on information, not just infrastructure
Manage identities — tying data controls closely with identity and access management
Invest in incident response — documenting and maintaining a formal response p
We all know how major security incidents can affect a company’s data, networks and corporate brand. We also know that sophisticated attacks, designed to gain continuous access to critical information or to cause damage in critical infrastructure, are becoming more severe, more frequent and more costly. But what can you do about it? The IBM white paper “Responding to—and recovering from—sophisticated security attacks” details four proactive steps that you can—and should—take now to help keep your organization safe: prioritize your business objectives and set your risk tolerance; protect your organization with a proactive security plan; prepare your response to the inevitable sophisticated attack and promote and support a culture of security awareness. Read the white paper to learn how to help keep your organization safe from sophisticated security attacks and find out how IBM can help.
Published By: Utimaco
Published Date: Aug 18, 2008
Data protection programs at most organizations are concerned with protecting sensitive data from external malicious attacks, relying on technical controls that include perimeter security, network/wireless surveillance and monitoring, application and point security management, and user awareness and education. In this paper, the different leakage points are mapped with regulations and best practices.
Download IBM® Lotus® Sametime® Standard V8.0, a platform for unified communications and collaboration that combines security features with an extensible, open solution including integrated Voice over IP, geographic location awareness, mobile clients, and a robust Business Partner community offering telephony and video integration. Lotus Sametime Standard V8.0 expands on the existing instant messaging, Web conferencing, VoIP, point-to-point video, mobile clients, external IM gateway, and extensible client with additional platform support and enhancements to the end user experience, administration, and performance.
In this report, we look at the four things you can do now to help keep your organization safe: Prioritize your business objectives and set your risk tolerance, protect your organization with a proactive security plan, prepare your response to the inevitable: a sophisticated attack and promote and support a culture of security awareness.
Competitive pressures from peers are forcing CSPs to evolve beyond connectivity and offer incremental valueadded
services to sustain revenue growth. Security services are an obvious candidate for consideration since
awareness of the need for security protections is extremely high due to regular media coverage highlighting
Threat trends and strong alignment with large customer segments are creating opportunity for CSPs to offer
a foundational layer of web protection for every Internet access connection. They can provide a previously
unavailable level of web security that reduces the risk their customers face, without imposing a configuration
or management burden.
Published By: Veracode
Published Date: Oct 26, 2016
When a high-profile, or simply branded, vulnerability is disclosed, security teams are expected to abandon their planned activities and react. But, these responses can be time-consuming and costly. Even if the vulnerability is achieving mainstream awareness, enterprises need to balance responses against risk. Download this handy report for guidance on preparing for a high-profile vulnerability disclosure so risk-management or security teams can respond with the appropriate level of urgency.
When Barracuda first engaged with Rohde & Schwarz Cybersecurity in 2007, enterprises were more concerned about the unauthorized use of Skype, other P2P applications and instant messaging. Although the need for application control and awareness remains, enterprise concerns are shifting to securing enterprise applications hosted in private and public clouds, protecting east-west data center traffic and preventing unwanted traffic and malware on the corporate network.
Published By: Tenable
Published Date: Mar 07, 2018
"Learn how you can accelerate development and strengthen security – without disrupting your operations.
Organizations that effectively meld DevOps and InfoSec can shift security from an afterthought to an integrated, automated, and proactive practice. By reading this paper from IDG, you’ll learn three reasons why DevOps is a game-changer for security and steps you can take foster a more collaborative and proactive approach to securing your enterprise. Topics covered include:
- Adapting security testing tools and processes to the developer
- Automating security into the CI/CD toolchain
- The impact of secure DevOps on your bottom line
- Increasing security awareness and commitment across teams
This paper provides high-level guidance for DevOps and InfoSec professionals seeking collaborative, efficient approaches for strengthening application and information security."