Engagement with customers online has evolved from novelty to necessity, with an estimated $202 billion spent in 2011 and projected 10% growth to $327 billion in 2016, according to Forrester Research. Businesses are maneuvering to connect with the growing pool of online customers, but the move to eCommerce brings new security risks with the exchange of sensitive consumer information, including cardholder data and personally identifiable information that can enable identity theft. At stake is reputation of brand, ongoing access to merchant credit lines, and substantial penalties and remediation in the event of a breach.
This white paper elucidates the aspects of PCI DSS (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards) compliance that must be considered when choosing a secure environment for servers involved in eCommerce. Whether deciding to outsource or keep data hosting in-house, any company collecting, storing or transmitting customer cardholder data needs to be compliant, and this document helps pinpoint the specific concerns and standards a company should be aware of when choosing how to keep their data secure. Understanding requirements and best practices for security policies and procedures, physical safeguards, and security technologies is essential to establishing cardholder data security and meeting QSA and SAQ audit requirements.
Published By: MobileIron
Published Date: Mar 21, 2017
In 2017, BlackBerry customers will face a major IT challenge ó rebuilding their entire
mobile security infrastructure when BlackBerry officially end-of-lifes its Good for
Enterprise email app. Migrating to BlackBerryís offering involves more than just rolling out
a new app; it will require IT to spend significant time and resources to redefine policies,
retrain IT and help desk staff, and re-enroll hundreds or even thousands of users in the
Watch this webinar replay to explore the principles that guide Googleís security and privacy policies in order to understand how going Google can transform your organisation without compromising security.
Trying to keep up with the growing number of instances and containers, Informatica would spin up new security policies with shared key access. This led to a sprawling, complex network of multiple security interfaces that were difficult to manage.
Informatica began working with Aporeto to track, block, and audit users through their environment, and eventually implemented keyless SSH access to their Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) instances.
Read our case study to learn how Aporeto saved Informatica hundreds of development hours with automated authentication and authorization policies across their environment.
When determining the best way to protect their applications and data on Amazon Web Services (AWS), organizations are often challenged by the high total cost of ownership and threat dwell times found in other security solutions. Armor can help your organization overcome these barriers and increase awareness of what is being deployed, and where, so you can better control your security policies. Attend our upcoming webinar to see how Armor helps customers reduce their time to market, accelerate development timeline, and gain quick, secure application access.
The dramatic growth of hybrid cloud deployments is creating new challenges for security professionals that can no longer be addressed with legacy technologies, policies and processes. As applications and data move fluidly between multiple clouds private, public and hybridóorganizations must take a unified approach to security that incorporates a range of products working hand in glove to reduce risk and protect the business.
There is one certainty with cybersecurity and that is nothing is certain. Take for example the role the endpoint plays in keeping an enterprise secure. While many cybersecurity professionals are relatively certain that endpoints are locked down and security policies are being enforced, the simple fact of the matter is that endpoints prove to be the root of most compromises.
System vulnerabilities, ransomware, malware, intrusions, and other malicious activities are on the rise, showing that todayís cybersecurity professionals are hard-pressed to keep enterprises secure. Although threats are growing in sophistication and attack vectors are expanding, many of the intrusions and cyber attacks happening today are simply a result of improper protections being put in place, systems going unpatched, or weak security policies. While much of the blame is being placed on cybersecurity professionals, the real blame should often be placed upon the tools and policies that many of those professionals have come to trust and the complexity that comes with them.
As networks become decentralized and users connect directly to SaaS applications, backhauling traffic to apply security policies just isnít efficient. Plus, backhauling internet bound traffic is expensive, and it adds latency. More and more branch offices are migrating to direct internet access (DIA). Find out how to quickly and easily secure this traffic.
Published By: BehavioSec
Published Date: Sep 30, 2019
In this case study, a large enterprise with an increasing amount
of off-site work from both work-related travel and a fast-growing
remote workforce, is faced with a unique challenge to ensure
their data security is scalable and impenetrable. Their data access
policies rely on physical access management provided at the
company offices and do not always provide off-site employees
with the ability to complete work-critical tasks. Legacy security
solutions only add burden to productivity, sometimes causing
employees to ignore security protocols in order to simply
complete their work. Upon evaluating security vendors for a
frictionless solution, they selected BehavioSec for its enterprise-grade capabilities with on-premise deployment and integration
with existing legacy risk management systems.