Instances of fraud have become commonplace in many industries, and it’s costing organizations millions of dollars annually and placing corporate brands at risk. But despite significant investments in staff and anti-fraud software, new and emerging fraud threats keep slipping through undetected. Why? Because it’s too costly to keep anti-fraud software current. Paying a vendor to make software changes dramatically increases total cost of ownership. This paper discusses how SAS addresses this challenge with next-generation fraud solutions like SAS Visual Investigator, a cloud-ready investigation and incident management platform that end users can easily configure and adapt to detect new and evolving types of fraud.
Today’s malware authors continue to increase their capabilities faster than security solutions can adapt to them. Whether it’s changing their attacks or hiding malicious code within web pages, it’s more difficult to identify legitimate network traffic. With first-generation network security devices, it is nearly impossible to defend against today’s threats. The situation will get worse before it gets better. Adversaries now utilize agile development and testing methods to develop their malware, they test new malware against the latest security software to increase effectiveness. Next-generation network security devices are emerging that provide the visibility and situational context required to meet today’s threats. These solutions use security automation to provide a sophisticated solution that is both lightweight and agile
Traditional antivirus (AV) just doesn’t cut it anymore. From ransomware that holds intellectual property hostage to sophisticated malware-less attacks that exploit PowerShell, scripting, and memory, endpoints are facing more security risk than ever before. As a result, companies have set their sights on the next generation of lightweight AV solutions.
A SANS Guide to Evaluating Next-Generation Antivirus
Rather than dying, antivirus is actually growing up. Today, organizations look to spend their antivirus budget on replacing current solutions with next-generation antivirus (NGAV) platforms that can stop modern attacks, not just known malware.
This buyer’s guide provides an in-depth explanation of the factors that impel organizations to look at nextgeneration
It also offers:
• An analysis of the capabilities you should look for (and demand) in your network security solutions
• Arms you with the information you need to be an educated buyer
• Helps you get what you need, and not a set of future capabilities packaged in a “marketecture” that you can’t deploy
The checklist provided in this document details six must-have capabilities to look for when evaluating a nextgeneration
firewall (NGFW) to determine whether the solution can provide comprehensive protection for your entire
An NGFW must be able to:
• Integrate security functions tightly to provide highly effective threat and advanced malware protection
• Provide actionable indications of compromise to identify malware activity
• Offer comprehensive network visibility
• Help reduce complexity and costs
• Integrate and interface smoothly and transparently with third-party security solutions
• Provide investment protection
The checklist provided in this document details six must-have capabilities to look for when evaluating a next-generation firewall (NGFW) to determine whether the solution can provide comprehensive protection for your entire enterprise.
CureSeq’s mission is to “revolutionize next-generation sequencing in the oncology space.” To accomplish this, the company must reach as many researchers and clinical oncologists as possible to help them identify and treat cancer. CureSeq, whose work has been published in scientific journals, needed a reliable online meeting solution to communicate effectively with critical stakeholders around the world. After struggling with several other solutions, the company selected Cisco WebEx to take advantage of the platform’s presentation and document-sharing capabilities and audio quality.
This buyer’s guide provides an in-depth explanation of the factors that impel organizations to look at next-generation security solutions. It also offers:
-An analysis of the capabilities you should look for (and demand) in your network security solutions
-Arms you with the information you need to be an educated buyer
-Helps you get what you need, and not a set of future capabilities packaged in a “marketecture” that you can’t deploy
The need for threat-focused next-generation firewalls (NGFWs) that can effectively mitigate risks that traditional unified threat management (UTM) and point solutions cannot is highlighted by numerous studies, including one from Cisco that reported that every organization should assume it has been hacked. Cisco threat researchers found malicious traffic was visible on 100 percent of the corporate networks that they observed, with evidence that adversaries had often penetrated those networks and were frequently operating undetected over a long period.
Discover how a dynamic, intelligent firewall can improve your security. This Webinar talks about the dynamic, intelligent protection and active defense and management of resources you can get from a Next-Generation Firewall solutions.
A few years ago, two technologies emerged to dramatically improve the industry’s ability to protect data. The cost of disk drives came down, and deduplication technology was introduced. This breakthrough is sometimes referred to as Deduplication 1.0. Like any technology, you’d expect it to evolve over time. HP launched the HP StoreOnce deduplication technology roadmap in 2010 to do just that. The result? Deduplication 2.0 or what HP calls “Federated Deduplication”. This next generation deduplication addresses some of the issues inherent in existing deduplication solutions: performance, flexibility, and data management and not only that, when moving from your legacy storage backup systems, you can reduce the amount of your stored backup data by 95 percent or we’ll make up the difference with free disk capacity and support.
To extract value from an ever-growing onslaught of data, your organization needs next-generation data management, integration, storage and processing systems that allow you to collect, manage, store and analyze data quickly, efficiently and cost-effectively. That’s the case with Dell | Cloudera® Apache™ Hadoop® solutions for big data.
The challenges facing industrial companies grow more daunting by the day. Globalization, energy markets that change in real time, variations in materials and prices, aging of the industrial workforce, inability to attract the next generation of
Talent, and difficult regulatory pressures have all contributed to an extremely stressful industrial business environment. Fortunately, the right automation system can now offer cutting-edge packaging solutions for meeting at least three of these challenges.
The next generation of talent management practices and solutions will largely be driven by economic evolution, demographic changes, and technology advancements. These factors are dramatically influencing the way people work, the way companies are organized, and the way talent is managed. Current business and talent management processes and technology must evolve to effectively deliver business value over the next few years. This paper explores how current business and talent management processes and technology must evolve in order to effectively deliver business value in the next 5 to 10 years. The research presented in this paper is supported by interviews with thought leaders in talent management, including practitioners, academics, and technologists from around the globe.
Today, large organizations are being buffeted by a host of changes, many of them unexpected or unfamiliar. Business information is virtually exploding in size, kind and locale, taxing the abilities of even the most progressive enterprises to keep up. Mobile technologies and business analytics that were once exclusively used by employees with specialized needs and skills are now common across the entire workforce. As a result of all this, IT is bending under the strain of developing and delivering necessary new services while at the same time maintaining core service quality.
This report will consider these issues, as well as IBM’s position in and efforts around developing next generation enterprise systems solutions, including its System z mainframes, POWER7+ processor-based Power Systems servers and System Storage offerings focused on those areas and use cases.
Juniper’s security solutions seamlessly extend across private and public cloud architectures without compromising security, flexibility, and manageability. With midrange, high-performance, space-efficient, next-generation firewalls, smarter and faster centralized management, and highly evolved security intelligence and automation tools, Juniper Networks allows you to secure your network, keep operational costs down, and easily migrate to a hybrid cloud architecture.
For more information about Juniper’s security solutions, please visit us at www.juniper.net/us/en/products-services/security and
contact your Juniper Networks representative.
Published By: Flexential
Published Date: Jul 17, 2019
The unexpected can hit your enterprise at any time. And unplanned downtime can cost up to $17,244 per minute. That adds up to $1 million per hour and $24 million per day. In this Flexential webinar recording you will learn:
Data resiliency best practices
How to avoid costly downtime issues
Real customer stories and how they addressed common disaster recovery scenarios