Published By: ServiceNow
Published Date: May 21, 2015
Today, enterprises are increasingly dependent on business services delivered by their IT organizations. These services underpin almost every business function, ranging from manufacturing and supply chain through to customer service and online sales. Because of their critical nature, business services need to be highly available and responsive – any disruption has a major financial and customer impact.
Download this study to learn more about ServiceNow’s ServiceWatch and how it can help your organization prevent outages that could lead to:
• Lost revenue
• Lost employee productivity
• Lost customers
Published By: MobileIron
Published Date: Oct 29, 2018
For every mobile user, staying productive requires secure access to critical apps such as email, contacts, and calendar. These personal information management (PIM) apps are some of the most commonly used apps in the enterprise, so IT must ensure that users can seamlessly and securely access them on any device, including Android and iOS. The ultimate goal is to prevent data loss while preserving the native app experience users expect.
Published By: Mimecast
Published Date: Apr 13, 2018
On the 13th February 2017, the Privacy Amendment (Notifiable Data Breaches) Act was passed in the Australian
Parliament, introducing a mandatory notification regime. This bill commences on the 23rd February 2018 and will
require organisations to notify data subjects and regulators in the event of an “eligible” data breach.
An “eligible data breach” will occur where:
? There is unauthorised access to, or unauthorised disclosure of, the information; and
? A reasonable person would conclude that the access or disclosure would be likely to result in serious harm to
any of the individuals to whom the information relates
The amended legislation provides greater clarity to Australian citizens about the privacy of their personal information
and will affect Australian companies as well as international organisations with Australian operations.
It also means that businesses must carefully think about the practical issues related to data breach responses
and the disruptive consequences of any un
Published By: Mimecast
Published Date: Apr 13, 2018
On the 13th February 2017, the Privacy Amendment (Notifiable Data Breaches) Act was passed in the Australian Parliament, introducing a mandatory notification regime. This bill commences on the 23rd February 2018 and will require organisations to notify data subjects and regulators in the event of an “eligible” data breach.
Mimecast’s proven portfolio of cloud-based, security and cyber resilience services for email can be a vital component of any organisation’s Notifiable Data Breaches compliance strategy
Download this case study to learn how the Collections Treatment Optimization program powered by FICO® Xpress Optimization Suite and FICO® Model Builder helped more than 6,000 customers avoid repossession and stay in their cars, and prevented 50,000 customers from reaching a stage of delinquency that would affect their credit. The program also helped grow the lending portfolio by 9% without adding collections headcount.
Unexpected failure or performance erosion of production equipment can significantly impact productivity, product quality and maintenance expenses within any manufacturing organization. It’s also difficult to get operations ‘back on track’ after these failures occur. The good news is that, via the Internet of Things, intelligent use of sensor data, machine learning and optimization can help companies take a proactive approach to predicting failures and re-optimizing processes around them.
Don't ignore DDoS; instead, take preventive action. With that in mind, IDC believes that hybrid defense scenarios (on-premises equipment married with cloud services) will continue to grow as organizations seek to parry advanced application and large-scale volumetric attacks and as solution providers and product vendors work to deliver joint solutions.
Published By: ServiceNow
Published Date: Jan 17, 2017
Provide better IT service delivery, more consistently, and with less effort
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For most financial institutions, it’s no longer a question of ‘if’ but ‘when’ they’ll be attacked..
If you’re like most financial institutions, you have controls that identify breaches, but need proper procedures that’ll enable you to recover from such an event. In this presentation at the CUNA Technology Council Conference, Tom Neclerio, BAE Systems’ VP of Cyber Consulting Services, discusses the current threats across the financial marketplace and explores strategies for implementing a successful incident response program as outlined in the FFIEC’s cyber resilience guidance.
People on the frontlines of public-sector fraud management have considerable need to detect, monitor and prevent fraud in real time. They recognize that speed in analysis, detection, investigations and simulations is the key to minimizing taxpayer dollars lost to fraud. Read the report to learn more.
Adopting new mobile applications usually brings with it legitmate concerns related to security and risk mitigation. This technical white paper explains how IBM MobileFirst Platform can address some of the unique security challenges of mobile applications by helping you to:
- Protect on-device data through encryption, offline authentication and other security features
- Integrate IBM MobileFirst Platform with your existing enterprise security infrastructure
- Prevent the mass distribution of tampered copies of your original application
- Enforce security updates to your mobile applications
IBM's i2 Analyst’s Notebook offers a wide range of analysis and visualization capabilities that can aid in the identification of key actionable intelligence. Download this IBM White Paper to discover and deliver actionable intelligence to help identify, predict and prevent criminal, terrorist, and fraudulent activities with IBM i2 Analyst's Notebook.
IBM® i2® Analyst’s Notebook® provides rich visual analysis capabilities that help to quickly turn complex sets of disparate information into high-quality, actionable intelligence. It is designed to help analysts, and others involved in intelligence analysis, identify, predict, and prevent criminal, terrorist and fraudulent activities.
What do these market-defining trends have in common?
· Analytics for all
· Analytics as competitive differentiator
· Internet of Things
· Artificial intelligence/Machine learning/Cognitive computing
· Real-time analytics/event management
They all rely on data – timely, accurate data delivered within an insightful context – to deliver value.
The question is: who in the enterprise is most qualified and prepared to help deliver on the vision and
values of the data-driven enterprise?
It’s going to take a special type of professional to deliver that value to enterprises. Organizations are
seeking professionals to step forward and take the lead, provide guidance and lend expertise to move
into the brave new world of digital. The move to digital and all that it entails – sophisticated data
analytics, online customer engagement and digital process efficiency – requires, above all, the skills
and knowledge associated with handling data and turning it into insights. The move to digital is also a
Traditional antivirus (AV) is not the solution to preventing security breaches on the endpoint – it is the problem. AV is no longer
effective at stopping today’s cyberthreats. Although AV satisfies many regulatory, governance and compliance requirements, it saddles organizations with hidden costs while providing little to no real security value.
There are no flawless software systems or applications. When flaws result in security vulnerabilities, threat actors exploit them to compromise those systems and applications and, by extension, the endpoints on which they reside. Although software vendors issue vulnerability patches to remediate those flaws, many organizations do not apply all available patches to their production environments.
Great thinkers like Aristotle, Descartes and Elon Musk have said
that, in order to solve really hard problems, you have to get back to
first principles. First principles in a designated problem space are
so fundamental as to be self-evident; so true that no expert in the
field can argue against them.
Exploit kits, which first became popular in 2006, are used to automate the exploitation of vulnerabilities on victims’ machines, most commonly while users are browsing the web. Over the past decade they have become an extremely popular means for criminal groups to distribute mass malware or remote access tools (RAT), because they lower the barrier to entry for attackers and can enable opportunistic attacks at scale. To understand this phenomenon, we must understand the ecosystem that surrounds exploit kits, including the actors, campaigns and terminology involved.