“More than 70 percent of cyber attacks target small businesses," according to National Cyber Security Alliance estimates. That’s not surprising when you consider how many small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) still rely on legacy AV tools despite their repeated failures to stop modern malware, ransomware, and zero-day attacks. Legacy AV is a lose-lose-lose proposition for SMBs. Attacks get through and cause damage. IT staff struggle to keep up with endless signature file updates from their AV vendors. End-users complain about sluggish system performance during scans and signature file updates. Fortunately, next-generation solutions are now available that protect endpoints with artificial intelligence (AI) rather than signatures. Ready to learn more? Then read the new eSecurity Planet executive brief sponsored by BlackBerry Cylance.
"In today’s intensely competitive marketplace, the business world is moving rapidly to online transactions from inefficient, costly, paper-based processes. Furthermore, consumers expect to be able to interact digitally anytime, anyplace, so providing easily accessible digital touchpoints is also critical to successfully keeping and retaining your customers.
No matter the size or type of business you’re in, you want to save money and increase revenue. And you want to make it all easy. Electronic signatures are a powerful way to accomplish all that.
Read the report to learn how leading companies across industries are improving critical business processes using eSignatures to achieve:
- Greater customer satisfaction
- Higher close rates and productivity
- Lower costs, greater efficiency
- Improved time to revenue
- Compliance and security-risk mitigation"
When your solution needs deep packet inspection (DPI) application awareness as a key enabling feature, highly reliable and accurate identification of network traffic and applications - in real time - is an expected requirement. Whether it’s for software defined networks to enable policy control and critical traffic steering or to protect corporate networks, IoT devices, and cloud platforms from malicious attacks, it’s crucial to choose the right DPI solution.
This white paper explores how cloud-based e-signature technology can drastically reduce the time it takes to complete deal making process and at the same time improve customer satisfaction, document security, and more.
Electronic signatures (e-signatures), which are easily implemented from the cloud, help speed up the sales process by reducing errors and bottlenecks, while also ensuring greater security and mobility.
While most business is digital, most organizations still rely on paper for the “last foot” of the process: the sign-off. Continued reliance on paper-based signatures is fraught with risks, including impeding productivity, reducing visibility, hampering compliance?and diminishing the customer experience. Electronic signatures (e-signatures), which are easily implemented from the cloud, help speed up the sales process by reducing errors and bottlenecks, while also ensuring greater security and mobility.
In property and casualty insurance, closing new business quickly is key. The longer you leave documents on the kitchen table for signature, the higher the risk of drop-off. Today, people are online. That’s where they want to do business, and they are rewarding carriers and agents who can provide a fast and convenient digital experience.
This eBook shows you how P&C companies of all sizes are using electronic signature technology get documents securely signed online – on any mobile device or computer, from anywhere, in minutes.
Covert communications are key enablers of cyber attacks that allow remote humans to patiently manage and direct their attacks undetected. Attackers choose these vehicles specifically for their ability to evade signatures, malware sandboxes and reputation lists.
To learn how Vectra empowers security teams to automatically pinpoint active cyber attacks as they’re happening, correlate threats with the hosts that are under attack, prioritize attacks that pose the greatest business risk, and quickly prevent or mitigate loss, register to get the white paper Detecting Covert Communications.
Published By: DocuSign
Published Date: May 29, 2014
Few business processes are as security sensitive as those involving electronic signatures. eSignature transactions routinely contain information that is critical to you, your business, and your customers. This information may include personally identifiable Information (PII), pricing details, proprietary business terms, intellectual property, and more. That is why DocuSign’s number one priority is customer security. DocuSign leads the industry in designing and delivering the most secure digital transaction solution available.
While most business is digital, and business-to-business and business-to-consumer transactions – and the work that supports them -- are almost entirely digitized, most organizations still rely on paper for the “last foot” of the process – the sign-off. Continued reliance on paper-based signature is fraught with risks, including impeding productivity, reducing visibility, hampering compliance, and diminishing the customer experience. Electronic signatures (e-signatures), which are easily implemented from the cloud, help speed up the sales process by reducing errors and bottlenecks, while also ensuring greater security and mobility.
Read this Forbes Insights piece to learn:
• How an easy implementation of e-signatures can improve productivity and reduce busywork for your sales team
• How improve customer experiences and ease of business with e-signatures increases the likelihood of renewal and retention
• How e-signatures easily integrate into your existing sales tools, for seamless pr
Published By: ProofSpace
Published Date: Sep 10, 2007
Read this paper and learn the principles that are prerequisites to enforceable electronic agreements as required by existing legal standards and electronic signature legislation. This paper will also specify sixteen measurement criteria that can be used as metrics to assess whether the architecture of an electronic transaction will meet the requirements of admissibility.