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Published By: IBM     Published Date: Jun 29, 2018
Every day, companies generate mountains of data that are critical to their business. With that data comes a clear challenge: How do you protect exabytes of data that's strewn across global data centers, computer rooms, remote offices, laptops, desktops, and mobile devices, as well as hosted by many different cloud providers, without choking business agility, employee productivity, and customer experience? The solution lies not in throwing more technology at the network, but in taking specific steps to identify malicious actions and respond to them in order to fix the issue, a process known as operationalizing security.
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Published By: Group M_IBM Q418     Published Date: Sep 10, 2018
Every day, companies generate mountains of data that are critical to their business. With that data comes a clear challenge: How do you protect exabytes of data that's strewn across global data centers, computer rooms, remote offices, laptops, desktops, and mobile devices, as well as hosted by many different cloud providers, without choking business agility, employee productivity, and customer experience? The solution lies not in throwing more technology at the network, but in taking specific steps to identify malicious actions and respond to them in order to fix the issue, a process known as operationalizing security.
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Published By: Dell     Published Date: Dec 12, 2017
Looking for the best-fit desktop devices can be a challenge. When considering the right solutions for the job, IT leaders look to balance the end user needs, security features, form factor, manageability, performance, and innovation. Download this quick 2 page series guide for more information on Dell™ OptiPlex™ family of commercial class desktops and how they are tailored to your workforce needs.
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Published By: Trend Micro     Published Date: May 03, 2018
Skills and resources — these are the two elements that make up an attacker’s arsenal. An attacker, however, cannot set out to break security or even perform sophisticated attacks without finding weak points in a system first. Massive malware attacks, email-borne heists, hacked devices, and disrupted services — all of these require a vulnerability in the network, whether in the form of technology or people, in order to be pulled off. Trend Micro has looked into the current and emerging threats, as well as the security approaches tailored for the landscape. Read on to find out how to make informed decisions with regard to the security focus areas that will figure prominently in 2018.
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Published By: CDW-Trend Micro     Published Date: Mar 26, 2015
Merchants and service providers that process credit card payments must comply with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS), now at Version 3.0. Whether the transaction occurs in a store or online, and regardless of the environment, from physical Point of Sale devices, to virtualized servers, or web servers in a public cloud, PCI DSS 3.0 mandates that these organizations are responsible for the security of their customers’ cardholder data. Read this white paper to learn more about the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard 3.0.
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Published By: Cisco Umbrella EMEA     Published Date: Oct 12, 2018
The increase in mobile devices and cloud applications has changed everything, from where we work, to how we communicate, collaborate, and store information. A new approach to security is needed. The cloud is no longer a trend or a movement. It’s now so integrated into IT and infrastructures that, for many companies, it’s simply how business is done. The availability of mobile devices and cloud services has redefined how and where people work. Applications and servers are moving to the cloud faster than ever to take advantage of cost savings, scalability, and accessibility. The age of perimeter-only security is over. Find out more today about how Cisco can help.
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Published By: GFI     Published Date: Jun 14, 2007
In this white paper, we explore how the uncontrolled use of portable storage devices such as iPods, USB sticks, flash drives and PDAs, coupled with data theft techniques such as ‘pod slurping’, can lead to major security breaches.
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endpointsecurity, end-point, endpoint security, insider, usb, mole, i-pod, ipod, access control, authentication, stealing data, information theft, gfi
    
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Published By: Enterprise Mobile     Published Date: Sep 30, 2013
: Interested in knowing what CIOs and other IT executives really think about the future of enterprise mobility? Enterprise Mobile uncovers the results of a survey conducted to assess the business impact of enterprise mobility based on input from technology leaders. The webinar provides tips to prepare for the future of enterprise mobility, secrets to removing barriers to mobile strategy implementation, and shares trends around how other companies are embracing mobile security.
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mobility-as-a service, managed mobility services, byod, bring-your-own-device, enterprise mobile, mobility, enterprise mobility, mobile strategy, mobile security, mobile management, device management, enterprise mobile devices
    
Enterprise Mobile
Published By: IBM     Published Date: Oct 10, 2013
Mobile computing via smart phone, laptop, tablet and e-reader is becoming commonplace in the enterprise today. Unfortunately, so are the challenges it brings. This White Paper examines the network security, device management, network performance and user expectation issues you need to solve for effective mobile collaboration, and outlines the planned, architectural approach IBM recommends.
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mobile computing, smart phones, wireless devices, device management, security, network performance, user expectations, mobile collaborations, architectural approach, mobile onslaught, networking, wireless
    
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Published By: OneLogin     Published Date: Oct 24, 2017
Corporate data spreads across an ever-growing number of applications. Users (employees, contractors, partners, and customers) access those applications over a wide range of devices. Those devices take different forms: desktops, laptops, tablets, smartphones, smartwatches. Each device may use a different operating system. The locations from where people access your data can be on-premises or off, and in any number of places around the globe. Data, users, apps, devices, locations—the sheer number of permutations and combinations is mind-boggling. This complex nature of today’s IT environment opens security gaps and exposes your business to undue risk. To illustrate, try to envision all the permutations and possible entry points for risk in your organization. Imagine that you have 400 users, each using 25 apps. When you multiply those together, that’s 10,000 potential access permissions to manage. Access permissions change as users come and go, roles change, new apps are added, and
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Published By: Forcepoint     Published Date: Nov 17, 2017
Networking communication protocols make it possible for the Internet to work. Unfortunately, criminals can use those trusted systems to obfuscate malicious data and penetrate your network defenses undetected. An advanced evasion technique (AET) is a method of delivering an exploit or malicious content into a vulnerable target so that the traffic looks normal and security devices will pass it through. By combining attacks using several protocol layers, these advanced evasions bypass most existing security solutions. Forcepoint NGFW (Next-Generation Firewall) applies sophisticated analysis techniques specifically to detect this type of attack. Download this whitepaper to find out more.
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Published By: Google Chrome Enterprise     Published Date: May 04, 2018
"Chrome Browser provides secure, trusted access to data, apps, and cloud services, connecting employees on any device to a new generation of powerful tools for work. With proactive securitymeasures protecting them while they work, users get a consistent, customizable experience whenever and wherever they access it."
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Published By: CA Technologies EMEA     Published Date: Apr 10, 2018
A New Security Model Worth Understanding—and Emulating Enterprise security traditionally relied on a fortress strategy that locked down user endpoints and created walls around the network. Today, this strategy cannot support or secure the use of mobile devices and SaaS capabilities, which exist outside the fortress. As a result, Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) have been looking for new solutions that can secure these technologies today, and adapt as threats and business needs change. The credit card industry’s security model is one example that provides a new way to think about risk and contain it—that is, if you can see past the occasional bad rap it’s gotten from attacks and breaches.
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Published By: CA Technologies     Published Date: Aug 22, 2017
Enterprise security traditionally relied on a fortress strategy that locked down user endpoints and created walls around the network. Today, this strategy cannot support or secure the use of mobile devices and SaaS capabilities, which exist outside the fortress. As a result, Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) have been looking for new solutions that can secure these technologies today, and adapt as threats and business needs change. The credit card industry’s security model is one example that provides a new way to think about risk and contain it—that is, if you can see past the occasional bad rap it’s gotten from attacks and breaches.
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CA Technologies
Published By: CA Technologies     Published Date: Sep 25, 2017
Enterprise security traditionally relied on a fortress strategy tha locked down user endpoints and created walls around the network. Today, this strategy cannot support or secure the use of mobile devices and SaaS capabilities, which exist outside the fortress. As a result, Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) have been looking for new solutions that can secure these technologies today, and adapt as threats and business needs change. The credit card industry’s security model is one example that provides a new way to think about risk and contain it—that is, if you can see past the occasional bad rap it’s gotten from attacks and breaches.
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data protection, data security, data optimization, organization optimization, cloud management, virtualization, data center, cloud environment
    
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Published By: Microsoft     Published Date: Oct 07, 2016
Security was once largely limited to the confines of an on-premises world, but now it must extend to the cloud, as well as a myriad of mobile devices. Employees and companies now expect increasingly complex interactions with devices, apps, data, and even other users. As many companies struggle to keep up with traditional single-point solutions, and limited budgets, this pressure is creating security blind spots for IT. In a world of evolving threats, it is becoming increasingly impossible to address all of these issues with an on-premises solution.
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technology, best practices, data, enterprise, business analytics, business intelligence, business management
    
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Published By: Infoblox     Published Date: Sep 09, 2014
DNS is a key part of enterprise networks but increasingly targeted by hackers. Traditional security measures such as next-generation firewalls or secure web gateways won’t shield your infrastructure from attacks. Learn how to protect your DNS today.
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Published By: Lookout     Published Date: Dec 07, 2017
How to think about the risk to data from the mobile ecosystem Mobile devices, even those that are corporate owned, are personal. Your CEO uses the same smartphone to send confidential emails, snap family photos, inspect customer records, get directions to meetings, and scrutinize financial reports. Every employee in your organization does the same thing. Your organization's critical data is constantly being accessed by mobile devices, and once it leaves the network you have no visibility into where it goes, and little or no ability to enforce your security policy to protect it. Your organization’s sensitive data has made the mobile ecosystem the new frontier for a wide spectrum of risk that every CISO must now understand. Take a deep dive into all twelve elements of the Mobile Risk Matrix in the interactive table below.
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Published By: Akamai Technologies     Published Date: Jun 14, 2018
"Existing security controls are outmatched — at best static and reactive. Current layers likely aren’t protecting you against all attack vectors, like the vulnerable back door that is recursive DNS. And security mechanisms that frustrate, impede, or disallow legitimate users, devices, or applications will have low adoption rates and/or will curtail productivity. Benign users may even circumvent these processes, further undermining your corporate security posture and creating more gaps in your defense-in- depth strategy. One of the many use cases associated with a zero trust security strategy is protecting your network — and most importantly, your data — from malware. "
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dns, rdns, security, zero trust security, malware, data, network security
    
Akamai Technologies
Published By: Akamai Technologies     Published Date: Dec 11, 2018
Existing security controls are outmatched — at best static and reactive. Current layers likely aren’t protecting you against all attack vectors, like the vulnerable back door that is recursive DNS. And security mechanisms that frustrate, impede, or disallow legitimate users, devices, or applications will have low adoption rates and/or will curtail productivity. Benign users may even circumvent these processes, further undermining your corporate security posture and creating more gaps in your defense-in- depth strategy. One of the many use cases associated with a zero trust security strategy is protecting your network — and most importantly, your data — from malware.
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Akamai Technologies
Published By: Sophos     Published Date: Oct 07, 2015
This paper looks at BYOD security challenges posed by employees working beyond the company's secure perimeter, exposes the main BYOD security risks and proposes transitioning to a cloud-based security service.
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security, byod security, bring your own device security, byod security challenges
    
Sophos
Published By: CA Technologies EMEA     Published Date: Apr 10, 2018
Un nuovo modello di sicurezza che vale la pena di studiare, e di imitare. La sicurezza enterprise si basa, tradizionalmente, su una strategia che blocca gli endpoint degli utenti e posiziona la rete all'interno di una sorta di perimetro fortificato. Oggi, questa strategia non è in grado di supportare né proteggere l'uso di device mobile e le funzionalità SaaS, che esistono al di fuori di quel perimetro. Di conseguenza, i Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) sono alla ricerca di soluzioni nuove, in grado di tutelare queste tecnologie e di adattarsi al modificarsi di minacce ed esigenze di business.
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Published By: DigiCert     Published Date: Mar 16, 2017
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Published By: Cisco     Published Date: Nov 18, 2015
The Internet of Everything (IoE) is a continuous interaction among people, processes, data, and things. Sensors, networks, and smart devices are ubiquitous, providing a torrent of streaming data or big data. The Internet of Things (IoT), which is a network of physical objects accessed through the Internet that can sense and communicate, is a component of IoE. Cisco is helping customers and strategic partners leverage the full potential of IoE to achieve radical results across all sectors and industries. Indeed, IoE is capable of helping public safety and justice agencies increase cost efficiency, improve safety and security, provide better response times, and increase productivity.
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ioe, public safety, justice, emergency response, networking, security, enterprise applications
    
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