Network Security consists of the provisions made in an underlying computer network infrastructure, policies adopted by the network administrator to protect the network and the network-accessible resources from unauthorized access and the effectiveness (or lack) of these measures combined together.
In this webinar, security expert and Pluralsight author Troy Hunt shares 10 examples of recent online attacks, assesses what went wrong, and tells you how each system could have been built to be resilient to the attack.
The lessons learned in this webinar will help you better secure your systems by learning from the mistakes of those who have gone before you.
Understand the growing need for next-generation network protection—and how IBM Security Network Protection provides the critical insight, visibility and control you need to protect against emerging threats and targeted attacks.
What truly affects the cost of a data breach? Ponemon Institute’s latest study of 350 organizations around the globe details both the cost and impact of data breaches, with breakdowns by industry and country.
What truly affects the cost of a data breach? Ponemon Institute’s latest study of 350 organizations around the globe details both the cost and impact of data breaches, with breakdowns by industry and in the United States.
Enterprises are trending toward hybrid IT operations, turning to the cloud and managed service providers to fill the gaps in complex IT environments. This demands a new generation of MSS, enabling on-premise and managed functions to be viewed and controlled as part of a common platform.
The 2015 C-Suite Cybersecurity Study "Securing the C-Suite - Cybersecurity Perspectives from the Boardroom and C-Suite". IBM conducted a survey of over 700 C-Suite executives - excluding the CISO - from 28 countries, across 18 industries - to understand any patterns, as well as any differing or aligning attitudes on cybersecurity. 60 percent of respondents are located in mature markets and 40 percent from emerging markets. Participants spanned traditional C-Suite roles, from CEOs and Board members to CFOs, Chief Risk Officers, CMOs, COOs, CHROs, Chief Compliance Officers and Legal Counsel. This report will cover: C-Suite views of the risks and actors - Is the C-Suite view versus reality aligned? IT and business alignment and collaboration - Who's engaged and who's not? The tone from the top on external collaboration and sharing of incident information. Characteristics of more "Cyber-Secure" companies based on C-Suite responses to what their organization has accomplished
Manufacturers, in an effort to succeed with digital transformation, are relying on the Internet and public cloud to deliver key enterprise applications and processes. As manufacturers continue to become more digital enterprises, their network architecture must as well. Read this paper to learn key considerations for architects to create a holistic network that takes today’s, and tomorrow’s, requirements into consideration.
The globalization of the medical device industry has delivered substantial business benefits, but it has also presented certain problems that can make the realization of those opportunities challenging. Learn about a comprehensive global collaboration solution that addresses and overcomes these obstacles.
As a leader in cybercrime analysis, Kaspersky Lab’s GReAT (Global Research and Analysis) team has the answers to your questions in our new eBook, Cybercriminals: Unmasking the Villain, where you can find out such fascinating facts about the cybercrime world.
The right identity governance and administration solution can help you control access risks and segregation-of-duties violations. It can help you manage user roles, access policies and risk - so you can apply and enforce appropriate levels of access across your enterprise.
Identity governance is essential for oganizations to ensure the security of their IT systems and data as well as compliance with laws and regulations. Identity governance enables organizations manage IT related business risk and enable business compliance in consistent, efficient and effective manner. It adds value, reduces costs and improves security
In this report, Ponemon Institute presents findings from in-depth interviews with enterprises who switched to IBM Security QRadar from another Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) solution. The reports summarizes their rationale for switching SIEM providers as well as metrics on the deployment and performance in managing and containing network traffic anomalies.
Just as business intelligence helps enterprises make decisions that maximize opportunities and minimize business risks, security intelligence enables them to better detect threats, identify security risks and areas of noncompliance, and set priorities for remediation. One of the most compelling arguments for security intelligence is operational efficiency, or better use of people, time and infrastructure. This white paper discusses how security intelligence is an essential ingredient to comprehensive and cost-effective information security.
"Integrated Threat Management for Dummies lays the foundation for effective tools and techniques that work together to counter today's advanced threats.
Read the ebook to learn:
The principles of attack prevention
How security tools work together to protect an organization
IBM's tools for prevention, detection, and response"
Financial institutions need to consider a broad array of key business case components, beyond fraud loss reduction and fraud-management operating costs, when examining the business ramifications of various fraud-prevention technology approaches.
A white paper discussing why global threat intelligence is more important than ever in the fight against web fraud, and how IBM uses this threat intelligence to deliver automated threat protection to financial institutions.
The IBM Security Trusteer Fraud Protection Suite offers a simplified approach to fraud management to help financial organizations more accurately identify and prevent fraud—all while helping to lower costs and improve the customer experience.
One of the biggest storage trends we are seeing in our current research here at Taneja Group is that of storage buyers (and operators) looking for more functionality – and at the same time increased simplicity – from their storage infrastructure.
There are a lot of game-changing trends in IT today including mobility, cloud, and big data analytics. As a result, IT architectures, data centers, and data processing are all becoming more complex – increasingly dynamic, heterogeneous, and distributed. For all IT organizations, achieving great success today depends on staying in control of rapidly growing and faster flowing data.
Business transformation—altering how “business gets done” in reaction to marketplace shifts—drives IT modernization. In turn, IT modernization forces modernization in data protection approaches and solutions.