IT Security is a field of computer science concerned with the control of risks related to computer use. The means traditionally taken to realize this objective is to attempt to create a secure computing platform, designed so that agents (users or programs) can only perform actions that have been allowed. This involves specifying and implementing a security policy. The actions in question can be reduced to operations of access, modification and deletion.
The University of Rochester Medical Center (URMC) is of the nation’s top academic medical centers. Their InfoSec team wanted to implement a program that could withstand constant shifts in regulatory requirements while protecting the sanctity of patient health information. Learn why the selected Rsam and the results of their successful implementation.
Are you ready for AngularJS 2.0? How will this potentially major overhaul impact you and your business? In this on demand webinar, Pluralsight author Joe Eames will cover what’s different with 2.0, what’s staying the same and how you can begin experimenting with it today.
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.
The study’s findings highlight discrepancies—between IT departments and end users—in the approach and attitudes toward data protection. The results provide compelling evidence that there is vast room for improvement in securing critical data flowing between the corporate enterprise and endpoint devices. Read this paper to find how to protect your data today.
Data loss, theft or breach is inevitable, but backup assures recovery, continuity and rapid response.
Endpoint data backup is at the core of an enterprise data security strategy. Modern endpoint backup goes well beyond backup and restore, delivering risk reduction across the enterprise and addressing perennial IT and business problems. Discover more by reading this whitepaper.
The longer attackers remain in your network, the more lateral movement is possible and the greater the risk for data theft. Stopping the exfiltration of data, rather than focusing on stopping data breaches, is the most realistic approach to data security and reducing cyber dwell time.
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Relying on point products to protect your network is a losing strategy. Having tools than your IT team can handle raises costs, complexity and risk. Deploying enterprise security architecture with control over enforcement, coordination, end-to-end visibility and process automation from a single pane of glass, is the winning approach.
The financial and legal ramifications of the high-profile cyber-incidents that happened in the past year send an unmistakable message: data theft is too important for a board of directors not to be involved. The “Cybersecurity and Data Theft Prevention” report provides a non-technical overview every board of directors can use to assess their organization’s security posture.
Nel 2014, le violazioni dei dati hanno compromesso più di 700 milioni di informazioni, con perdite finanziarie stimate di almeno 400 milioni di dollari e gli incidenti di sicurezza sono aumentati fino al 66%. Ma non lasciare che la paura soffochi la crescita. Il report “Data Theft Prevention” si concentra su come innovare in completa sicurezza da una prospettiva più ampia, più mirata e più intelligente nell'applicazione.
In 2014, data breaches compromised over 700 million records with financial losses estimated to be at least $400 million – and security incidents grew up to 66 percent. But don’t allow fear to stifle growth. The “Data Theft Prevention” report focuses on how to stay secure while you innovate from a broader, in-scope, more intelligent in application perspective.
Innovative practices lead to innovative results. Using our pillars to build a security program helps businesses develop user visibility and behavioral context. Total awareness — “seeing” the extent of your user behavior — starts with five pillars and ends with unquestioned success.
Today everything truly is connected to everything, and APIs are the connection mechanisms. Many companies are finding that their use of APIs has accelerated over the past 12 months, and that it will continue to accelerate during the next 12 months. APIs aren't really a new technology; they've actually been around for a long time. What is new is that they are in far broader usage today than they have been in the past. As of late 2015, the
ProgrammableWeb API directory listed more than 14,000
When thinking about designing and managing APIs, a number of important questions arise. Why are APIs so well used and what effect would they have on your business? What is the impact of the expanding API economy on both providers and consumers? What are API tools and how can an investment in tools be an extremely cost efficient foundation for production grade API use cases?
With cybercrime and security breaches sharply on the rise, protecting valuable information from cyberattacks is an ongoing challenge for companies. In this increasingly insecure world, your critical information deserves the best protection, making the database and surrounding infrastructure the best line of defense. Protect your data better through evolving your approach to data security. Learn about three key steps to reinvent the security of your surrounding infrastructure to create an information fortress by protecting your valuable data at its source.
IBM BigFix and IBM Security QRadar solutions empower IT teams to view up-to-the-minute endpoint intelligence within the context of other vulnerability data, prioritize vulnerabilities for remediation and quickly take corrective action to help minimize risks.
When a cyber-attack occurs, you can’t fix what you can’t see. IBM BigFix employs a single agent on endpoints - internal or external, roaming or in a fixed location - for a real-time view that allows you to see vulnerabilities and threats, and instantly take action to avoid damage.
Security concerns are still causing delays in the introduction of advanced mobile banking capabilities. But getting mobility back on track can be easy once the path becomes clear. One effective way to detect current and future fraud is through an integrated, adaptable mobile risk engine.
In this study, we set to explore, with the help of ISMG, how enterprises view mobile security risks, what capabilities they are currently deploying vis-a`-vis the four pillars of the framework and what their short-to- medium-term plans are to extend these capabilities.
When you think about mobile security and policies, do you ever think about all the places your enterprise data is going? We operate in a mobile economy, with an estimated 16M mobile devices infected by malware at any given time. There are more mobile devices connected to the Internet than human beings in the world. The question is: Are we prepared for that?