Published By: Symantec
Published Date: Oct 07, 2014
With the rapid rise in data breaches, advanced threats and mobility, data loss prevention (DLP) has quickly evolved from a security issue to a business imperative. This research paper examines the findings from a new study on DLP by Symantec. The goal of the study is to understand how DLP programs impact the effectiveness of security executives, while also protecting corporate data.
Microsoft Office 365 is being rapidly adopted by organizations of all sizes to give users greater flexibility and access to applications anytime, anywhere, and on virtually any device. Despite built-in data protection, additional capabilities are needed to protect precious data from advanced threats and malicious insiders. McAfee Data Loss Prevention offers comprehensive protection for your most sensitive data regardless of where it resides or where it travels—in the cloud or on premises.
Read the IDC research report Shared Storage Offers Lower TCO than Direct-Attached Storage for Hadoop and NoSQL Deployments and learn how to:
Unify insights across various data sources and multiple cloud deployments
Reduce compute, capacity and operational costs
Increase security and prevent data loss
Plus, learn about the NetApp in-place analytics solution for your existing NAS data and how it can reduce infrastructure costs
Published By: Veritas
Published Date: Jan 03, 2019
The digital business continues to evolve. Investments in data analytics projects lead the way while traditional, proprietary infrastructures are being disrupted by cloud, open source and hyperconverged paradigms. These changes are forcing IT leaders to contend with greater workload diversity in the midst of tightening budgets. And while the workload [or] IT landscape is changing, the need for reliable data protection remains as crucial as ever to protect against, data corruption, human error, and malicious threats such as ransomware. Learn how Veritas can help you navigate through these obstacles. Join us to hear experts from ESG and Veritas discuss how the right data protection solution today can prepare you for tomorrow's business demands.
You will learn:
The key trends that are driving change in the digital business
The most common causes of data loss in tomorrow’s multi-cloud data centers
How to protect an increasingly diverse environment with minimal operational overhead
Leveraging cloud technology enables your enterprise to be more agile and competitive while significantly reducing costs. However, there are risks associated with these benefits. Getting new capabilities quickly is worth far less if it means exposing vulnerabilities that result in regulatory compliance violations and fees, loss of intellectual property (IP), loss of customer data, or damage to your reputation, brand, and future business.
Traditional PC lifecycle management is an inefficient and expensive process that will cost your business both time and money. Dell EMC’s PC Lifecycle as a Service (PCaaS) will transform your company’s approach to IT infrastructure.
We have identified three distinct employee personas representative of a modern workforce. Each persona has specific hardware needs.
With remote work becoming an everyday aspect of modern business, the risks of critical data becoming compromised has increased dramatically. Loss of data can be crippling, resulting in loss of business, damaged reputation and even punitive fines. Intel Inside®. Intel i?lemciler ile daha yüksek verimlilik. Learn more about Dell solutions powered by Intel®.
Maar executives schrikken er vaak voor terug om
informatie buiten de onderneming te verplaatsen.
Zij geloven - ten onrechte - dat hun IT-personeel het
beste in staat is om gevoelige informatie te beveiligen.
Voor een succesvolle toekomst moeten CIO’s hun
op beveiliging (on-premise is het beste) laten varen,
en het beheer van hun belangrijkste applicaties overdragen
aan een cloudprovider.
Published By: Darktrace
Published Date: Jun 21, 2019
Cyber-attacks targeting technology and telecommunications firms represent the most significant threat to their sensitive customer data and invaluable intellectual property. When successful, such attacks cost these firms dearly, not only in terms of immediate loss of revenue but also in the form of subsequent reputational damage.
Technology firms that provide digital services or house vast quantities of user information are particularly at risk, as demonstrated in the Uber breach that exposed the personal information of more than 25 million users. Regulations around personal data, such as GDPR, increasingly require technology firms to adopt a robust cyber defense strategy that can detect cyber-threats at an early stage.
Cyber-attacks aimed at technology firms with lucrative IP have also become a fact of life in the Information Age. Often perpetrated by nation-state actors with advanced capabilities, these attacks are now remarkably subtle and stealthy, with some of the latest examples b