Anti-Spyware programs can combat spyware in two ways:1. Real-time protection, which prevents the installation of spyware2. Detection and removal of spyware.Many anti-spyware/adware tools require a frequently-updated database of threats.
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.
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.
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.
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.
With users connecting to unsecured public networks and running multiple applications from both company and personal devices, sensitive corporate data is more vulnerable than ever before. For your security policies to be effective, they need to bring all devices and applications under IT control and regulate user behavior
With users connecting to unsecured public networks and social media platforms on both company-owned and personal devices, sensitive data can now be accessed--and lost--from more endpoints than ever before.
Virtualization promises cost savings, improved productivity, and the ability to transform your business. But too often security can either detract from the performance gains that virtualization promises, or just not give you the protection you need. Getting the balance right is critical.
For virtualization security, there’s no one size fits all solution…and trying to fit your organization’s specific needs into the wrong security product can be a costly mistake. Do you know how to pick the right option for your organization?
This white paper published by Frost & Sullivan and Cisco examines the role, capabilities, and advantages of service providers in the DDoS mitigation process, as well as how this role might develop in the future.
The time has come for CEOs and Boards to take personal responsibility for improving their companies’ cyber security. Global payment systems, private customer data, critical control systems, and core intellectual property are all at risk today. As cyber criminals step up their game, government regulators get more involved, litigators and courts wade in deeper, and the public learns more about cyber risks, corporate leaders will have to step up accordingly.
This whitepaper focuses on the LogRhythm Security Intelligence Maturity Model, and how it is a valuable guide for building the necessary successive layers of threat detection and response capabilities.
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Adding Macs to a Microsoft-based corporate network can be a challenge. This paper will explore how Centrify can quickly and easily provide the necessary tools to allow Macs to be managed in the same way PCs are managed today.
The need for authentication and assurance is great and options are few; therefore, we have come to rely on encrypted SSL/TLS certificates for almost every new application, appliance, device and cloud service.
It was recently found that most Global 2000 organisations have failed to completely remediate Heartbleed. This leaves these organisations vulnerable to cyberattacks, future brand damage, and intellectual property loss.