Published By: Zingbox
Published Date: Oct 31, 2017
The arrival of the Internet of Things (IoT) moves on with ever-intensifying pace as enterprises experiment with business projects that incorporate IoT endpoints and technologies. This engagement is necessitating a profound commitment by security and risk management leaders to more capable forms of protection. Several vendors are offering distinct approaches to enterprise mobility management, software composition analysis and asset discovery. This Gartner review of the notable vendors serving IoT engagements looks closely at how these companies developed representative cool technologies and solutions to support the expansion of IoT interconnectivity.
The EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the most stringent and burdensome privacy mandate in the world. The penalty for major violations can be up to 20 million euros or 4% of your company's annual global revenue.
Are you looking for a “sophisticated threat hunting product”? Find out why Forrester says this about our product and named us a leader in Endpoint Detection and Response.
Download the complete Forrester Wave on Endpoint Detection and Response to see how Carbon Black is scored among its peers. The Forrester Wave evaluates solutions for:
• - The strength of their current offering
• - Their strategy and vision for the future
• - Their market presence
According to ESG Research, 65% of organizations believe the skill level of their security team could be improved, and 48% are using more than 25 security products. This leads to more overworked staff and, ultimately, less effective security.
Download the Replace AV Buyer's Guide to learn what your team should look for when replacing legacy AV with an endpoint security solution that is easy to manage and deploy, and can cost-effectively protect your growing business. In this buyer's guide you'll find:
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Learn more about replacing your traditional AV in the Replace AV Buyer's Guide.
Companies are facing massive cyber security challenges – many of which are rooted in the endpoint. In fact, according to IDC, 70% of successful breaches begin at the endpoint. If you are a McAfee customer, and still have breaches in your endpoint security, then something isn’t working. Perhaps you’re struggling to prevent advanced attacks, or your security team may be burdened by maintaining overly complex policies. You and your end users may even be facing performance issues.
If you are experiencing any of these challenges, then your endpoint security products may actually be creating more problems than they solve. Ask yourself these questions for a cybersecurity reality check.
Deciding on an endpoint security solution can be a difficult task. Many organizations know their current security has gaps, but don’t know where to begin in the search for something new. To help with this, SANS has created a guide to evaluating these solutions. The guide outlines the necessary requirements you should look for, as well as how to prepare to run a test.
Cisco Advanced Malware Protection (AMP) offers an integrated, comprehensive approach to endpoint security. Continuous analysis and telemetry features keep its finger on the pulse of network anomalies, and all suspicious activity is investigated. Contextual reporting highlights trends for administers, helping them reassess network architecture to close vulnerable points of entry. Also important is its flexible deployment, which makes it simple for any organization to tailor its endpoint security.
Complete enterprise security requires coordination. Firms must integrate the technologies and data that come from the endpoint and network
layers to make accurate decisions that ensure optimal threat detection, containment, and remediation. Unfortunately, too many firms rely on a
huge variety of solutions that require manual integration and correlation, leading to wasted time and poor threat detection. Security leaders
must automate these processes to eliminate detection lag and improve prevention efforts.
NSS Labs performed an independent test of the Cisco AMP for Endpoints v6.0.5. The product was subjected to
thorough testing at the NSS facility in Austin, Texas, based on the Advanced Endpoint Protection (AEP) Test
Methodology v2.0, which is available at www.nsslabs.com. This test was conducted free of charge and NSS did not
receive any compensation in return for Cisco’s inclusion.
This report provides detailed information about this product and its security effectiveness. Additional comparative
information is available at www.nsslabs.com.
As part of the initial AEP test setup, products were configured in a deployment mode typical to enterprises. As
such, products were configured to mimic an enterprise environment by applying typical applications such as
exclusion policies and tuning requirements. All product-based configurations are reviewed, validated, and
approved by NSS prior to the test. Every effort is made to ensure optimal security effectiveness, as would be the
aim of a typi
Under GDPR, we all have new obligations to improve the security and privacy of personal data at our organisations. With the new Amazon Web Services eBook, GDPR: The Basics, you’ll gain a fundamental understanding of this new EU regulation.
In this eBook, you will learn about:
• How to view GDPR as an opportunity, and how you can build on it
• Article 32 – a core part of the security principle
• Data subject rights
• Key players and responsibilities
• And much more
"Global professional services firm, Arup, moved from Cisco Cloud Web Security (CWS) to Cisco Umbrella. By implementing a secure internet gateway in conjunction with next-gen endpoint security, Arup secured access to the internet wherever users go, reduced its exposure to malware and improved the ability to detect, respond and remediate when necessary.
-Substantially reduced administrative time
-Accelerated response and remediation process
-Increased performance of cloud applications
-Reduced time to investigate"
Today’s security appliances and agents must wait until malware reaches the perimeter or endpoint before they can detect or prevent it. OpenDNS arrests attacks earlier in the kill chain. Enforcing security at the DNS layer prevents a malicious IP connection from ever being established or a malicious file from ever being downloaded. This same DNS layer of network security can contain malware and any compromised system from exfiltrating data. Command & control (C2) callbacks to the attacker’s botnet infrastructure are blocked over any port or protocol. Unlike appliances, the cloud service protects devices both on and off the corporate network. Unlike agents, the DNS layer protects every device connected to the network — even IoT. It is the easiest and fastest layer of security to deploy everywhere.
Users are working off-hours, off-network, and off-VPN. Are you up on all the ways DNS can be used to secure them? If not, maybe it’s time to brush up. More than 91% of malware uses DNS to gain command and control, exfiltrate data, or redirect web traffic. Because DNS is a protocol used by all devices that connect to the internet, security at the DNS layer is critical for achieving the visibility and protection you need for any users accessing the internet. Learn how DNS-layer security can help you block threats before they reach your network or endpoints.
You are doing everything you can to avoid breaches. But what happens when a hacker manages to bypass your security? In this webinar we will show you how to build a strong security posture and a layered defence that will give you the ability to quickly respond to breaches. We will cover: - The evolving threat landscape and why prevention-only strategies eventually fail - How to build a strong first line of defence to reduce exposure to threats - Protect your last line of defence with retrospective security - A quick demo of how Cisco Umbrella and AMP for Endpoints work together to contain, detect and remediate threats in real time - An overview of how Incident Response Services can help you with the skills you need to manage a breach
APTs can be particularly harmful to financial service organizations, raising the need for early detection of malicious intruders. This white paper describes three use cases that illustrate how Illusive’s technology provides a nimble, easy-to-manage solution that guards the integrity of SWIFT services, defends legacy, custom, or “untouchable” applications and systems, and helps manage cyber risk during periods of disruptive business change.
In today’s healthcare environments, new cyber vulnerabilities and risks open as fast as older ones get remedied. This white paper describes three use cases that illustrate how Illusive’s technology provides a nimble, easy-to-manage solution for stopping attackers that succeed in bypassing security controls.
Though insider threats are not new, the challenge to get ahead of them has not lessened over the past decade. In this paper you’ll find insights on why detecting and deterring malicious lateral movement is an essential part of an insider threat program, how you can monitor for unauthorized access without eroding employee trust, and how you can expedite the investigation of potential malicious insider activity.
During periods of rapid growth, your business is especially vulnerable to cyberattacks from both malicious insiders, and external threat actors. Extended periods of IT change and consolidation can open seemingly minor security gaps that can quickly become gaping holes attackers will exploit. This quick read will enrich your internal dialog about how to prepare for elevated risk of high-impact cyberattacks.
Published By: Microsoft
Published Date: Mar 31, 2017
Visual Studio 2015 hilft Ihnen dabei, großartige Ideen in großartige Geschäftsanwendungen zu verwandeln. Mit unserer flexiblen Cloudplattform und den für Unternehmen konzipierten DevOps-Tools können Sie nun noch einfacher skalierbare, hochmoderne Geschäftsanwendungen für jede beliebige Plattform (Web, mobile Geräte, Cloud oder lokal) entwickeln.
Erstellen Sie mit der leistungsstarken Entwicklungsumgebung von Visual Studio beeindruckende Apps für Windows, Android, iOS und das Web. Arbeiten Sie über die Cloud zusammen – mit Versionskontrolle, Agilität, Continuous Delivery und App-Analysen sowie mit jeder beliebigen Programmiersprache und für jede beliebige Plattform.
Threats are becoming increasingly dynamic, forcing organizations to defend against both traditional malware and new advanced attacks. As a result, more and more organizations are making the switch to next-gen endpoint protection from Sophos to get the proven, innovative defense they need.
Read this solution brief to learn how Sophos Next-Gen Endpoint Protection delivers the protection, usability and support required to stay ahead of the constantly evolving threat landscape.
Published By: Redstor UK
Published Date: Mar 12, 2018
The General Data Protection Regulation, is a piece of legislation that was approved and put in to place by the European Parliament in April 2016. As European Law, it will fully take effect after a 2-year transition ending May 25th 2018.
GDPR, replaces the previous Data Protection Directive (DPD), adopted in 1995, and will in the UK, replace and strengthen the Data Protection Act 1998 (DPA). One of the initial differences between GDPR and DPD, is that GDPR is a regulation not a directive; as a regulation, no additional enabling legislation will have to be passed by governments of member states.
Redstor have the ability to give insight into the data organisations have on their networks, advise on best practice to protect data and then implement strategies around backup, archiving and disaster recovery. Data is searchable through an intuitive console making compliance simple and achievable for all organisations protecting data through the Backup Pro Platform.
Published By: Redstor UK
Published Date: Mar 12, 2018
The General Data Protection Regulation is set to shake up modern data protection laws. With large-scale data breaches making news headlines on a weekly basis throughout 2017, data regulation authorities across Europe will be hoping this can help resolve the challenges of data protection. However, with so many questions around how to comply it is still unclear how far this regulation spreads.
Technologists are now looking for answers, wanting to know how the GDPR will affect backup and nonprimary data sets and what needs to be done to be compliant. This white paper will explore and understand aspects of the regulation to help answer questions and give clarity over what data is covered by the GDPR and what organisations need to do to be compliant.
Redstor have specialised in assisting organisations with data protection and management for almost two decades. Providing compliant services around the areas of Data Backup, Disaster Recovery and Archiving.
The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) represents a significant step change for data protection across EU member states. The EU GDPR also brings with it serious implications for organisations who suffer a breach. People will always make mistakes – and in busy and stressful workplaces such as banks and insurance firms the likelihood of this increases. Without the right processes and technologies in place to help avoid mistakes, sensitive client information remains at risk. This white paper provides financial services organisations with a four-step process to ensure compliance.
Patients trust healthcare organisations with vast amounts of their sensitive data – not just details on their medical and social wellbeing, but also personally identifiable information such as dates of birth and residential addresses.
People will always make mistakes – and, unfortunately, in busy and stressful workplaces, such as hospitals and medical clinics, the likelihood of this increases. Without the right processes and technologies in place to help overcome this to avoid mistakes, sensitive patient information remains at risk.