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  • A Roadmap to Secure Access Service Edge (SASE)

    A SASE architecture is the future of security, combining networking and security functions in the cloud to connect users to the applications and data they need, wherever it is, from wherever they are.

  • Are Secure Web Gateways Outdated?

    This e-book describes how Cisco Umbrella’s secure internet gateway, can help increase flexibility by providing 360-degree security for cloud access and use, ensuring a successful future in the face of sophisticated threats. Download the full e-book and see the potential security benefits of Cisco Umbrella’s secure internet gateway.

  • What Cyberattacks aren’t you Seeing?

    Security professionals need an easier and more reliable way to improve visibility and security both on and off the network. This e-book, What Cyberattacks Aren’t You Seeing?, takes a look at the problems that outdated security systems can cause. Keep reading to learn about the nuances of modern cyberattacks.

  • 30 Minutes to a more Secure Network, on Campus and off

    Between distance learning tools, cloud-based applications, and a student population that’s scattered beyond campus, proactive school cybersecurity has never been more important. Read this e-book, in which Cisco explores a shifting, dangerous tech landscape, and helps you quickly strengthen your network’s security capabilities.

  • How Cloud Security Reduces Threat Risk and Paves the way to SASE

    A cloud-centric workforce requires new ways of tacking security challenges. This e-book explains how a SASE framework can help you secure the cloud and enable resilient protection for your whole network. Read the full e-book to gain further insights into the importance of cloud towards effective SASE.

  • How Modern Security Teams Fight Today’s Cyber Threats

    This ebook can help security and IT professionals quickly deploy cloud-based cybersecurity that can easily scale as business needs change and protect users on and off the network. Access the full PDF to learn more about the methodology of modern cybersecurity teams.

  • How To Secure Your Remote Workers

    Tap into this e-book to look at the challenges facing today’s security professionals and explore some simple actions you can take to reduce malware, simplify security, and improve network performance.

  • How a Leading International Airline Embarks on Its SASE Journey

    Qantas is Australia’s leading domestic and international carrier. During the pandemic lockdowns, the company added new freight routes to serve its customers’ changing needs, which require significant IT and security enhancements. Read this case study to learn how SASE gave Qantas a backbone for transformation.

  • Secure Access Service Edge

    Secure access service edge (SASE) delivers networking and security via the cloud, giving organizations the ability to securely enable remote users, devices and SaaS apps without inhibiting performance. Read ‘SASE for dummies’ to get a closer look at this technology and learn the key components of a SASE solution.

  • The 2021 Security Outcomes Study

    In this 2021 Security Outcomes Study, discover what over 4,800 security experts had to say about their organization’s adherence to 25 security practices spanning governance, strategy, spending, architecture, and operations – including regulatory compliance, NIST and more. Read on for the full report.

  • Navigating Ransomware Recovery

    The decisions and road to recovery will involve several stakeholders and real costs. So, when organizations must make the tough decision of whether to pay a ransom, rebuild the system, or file a report, there are many factors to consider. Use this e-guide to help you plan and map out steps to avoid rushing into bad choices that can’t be reversed.

  • A Guide to Navigating the Modern Health IT Infrastructure

    Ransomware is one of the most common attacks used to hold data hostage, especially in healthcare, and that helped increase the use of digital currencies like Bitcoin. In this e-guide, learn how to defend against threats like ransomware and cryptojacking and how deception technology can help.

  • Rise in Ransomware Attacks Prompts New Prevention Priorities

    Officials predict that already widespread ransomware attacks will only grow in scale and influence, while urging organizations to act now to guard against them. In this e-guide, learn what officials are saying about the upcoming storm of ransomware attacks and what your company can do in terms of prevention.

  • Ransomware Attacks: How to Get the Upper Hand

    The rock group Radiohead is celebrated for its unconventional approach to recording and releasing music. Lately, the band is also turning heads for how it handled a hacker trying to sell its unreleased work. In this e-guide learn what security experts think of Radiohead’s strategy for dealing with the ransomware threat.

  • Create an Effective Email Phishing Test in 7 Steps

    The best way for IT to improve email phishing security is through comprehensive testing, which helps identity which users are susceptible and what type of fake email is more effective. Dive into this e-guide to learn how to create an effective email phishing test in 7 steps.

  • Create an Effective Email Phishing Test in 7 Steps

    In this expert guide, find out how you can create an effective email phishing test in 7 steps to see how vulnerable your organization really is.

  • Securing the SD-WAN: The Next Network Challenge

    How does adopting SD-WAN affect security? Download this expert guide for tips on securing SD-WAN, and find out why security is an essential part of the migration process.

  • Healthcare Security: How You Can Ward Off Insider Threats

    One of the greatest healthcare security threats comes from users within an organization. In this expert handbook, John Nye shares recommendations for technologies that healthcare organizations can use to fight against insider security threats.

  • Cryptojacking Attacks May Not Challenge Ransomware Dominance

    Cryptojacking attacks are on the rise, but experts are unsure if the threat can overtake ransomware as the cryptomining strategy of choice.Do you think cryptojacking could become more common than ransomware? Industry experts weigh in on the future of cryptomining inside.

  • Cryptojacking Emerging as a New Threat to Healthcare

    With the increasing trend of cryptojacking, organizations must take action against attackers looking to take advantage of their environment. Discover which appropriate steps you can take to fight cybercrime today.

  • How to Prevent Cloud Cryptojacking Attacks on your Enterprise

    Cloud cryptojacking attacks are a newer threat targeting enterprises. Cybersecurity expert Rob Shapland – an ethical hacker who specializes in simulating advanced cyberattacks against corporate networks – explains what safeguards you should have in place to prevent these attacks.

  • Enterprises Wear Large Targets in Cloud Cryptomining Hacks

    Cryptojacking, the unauthorized use of a computer to mine cryptocurrencies, is on the rise and has put security teams on alert. For this reason, enterprises are adjusting their strategies and applying dedicated approaches to cloud security. Read on to find out how your organization can join this trend to protect its most sensitive data.

  • 6 Ways to Prevent Ransomware in Health IT

    With so much at risk for healthcare organizations, IT must implement proactive steps to help mitigate their risks and keep attacks at bay. In this e-guide, you'll uncover the ins and outs of 6 ransomware prevention tips healthcare organizations should include as part of their ongoing security strategy.

  • By the Numbers: Ransomware and Patient Data Breaches in Health IT

    Take a look at how ransomware and malware strikes on healthcare organizations intensified last year, doubling to 64 incidents reported to federal officials. This e-guide is packed with data surrounding this security epidemic in the healthcare industry.

  • Ransomware Attacks Plaguing Health IT

    Learn from Mike Fisher, health IT privacy lawyer about how cybersecurity concerns have shifted from data breaches to ransomware and malware exploits that shut down hospitals and threaten patient safety.

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