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  • Financial Services Attack Economy

    There's no one organization that can detect and track all aspects of the attacks we face today. But combining intelligence from different types of attack data with broad experience allows talented analysts to understand the attacks they do see. In this research report, explore attacks against the financial services industry.

  • The Cost of Credential Stuffing

    Credential stuffing attacks can cause loss of customers and involvement of IT security that can result in an average cost of $1.2 million, according a Ponemon Institute survey. To gain a better understanding of the cost to prevent, detect and remediate credential stuffing attacks download this Ponemon Institute study.

  • From the Core to the Edge: 7 Reasons You Need Security at the Edge

    In this white paper, take a look at a security-at-the-edge approach and 7 reasons why it could help green light your digital business transformation.

  • Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Security at the Edge, But Were Afraid to Ask

    There used to be a constant immovable security perimeter but, the perimeter as we know it is dissolving. Now, organizations need to protect everything inside their data center by deploying security at the edge. In this white paper, learn everything you need to know about employing an edge security strategy.

  • 10 Myths in Selecting a Web Application Firewall

    Securing your web applications can be a daunting task. However, a web application firewall (WAF) can help keep threats at bay while preserving application performance. The challenge is choosing the right WAF. This white paper dispels 10 WAF myths that will help you evaluate what matter most when choosing a WAF.

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