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  • Secure Your Office 365 Environment With Forcepoint

    Driving Office 365 adoption is an important goal. Yet few organizations have fully migrated due to concerns around security, compliance, and poor user experience. In this webcast, learn how Forcepoint's Office 365 platform can help you move past these barriers by providing the confidence you need to fully adopt the suite.

  • Understanding the Limitations of Microsoft Office 365 Security

    Tune into this webcast where CEO and founder of Osterman Research, Mike Osterman, discusses the key findings of an Office 365 study and organizations' priorities around email security.

  • How a Security Company Adopts Office 365

    Driving Office 365 adoption is an important goal yet, few have fully migrated their users and apps, with security, regulatory and resource challenges often the cause. In this webcast, join Forcepoint's CIO and Chief Scientist as they share learnings, surprises and insights from their own migration.

  • Transforming Cloud Connectivity & Security in Distributed Networks

    In this webcast, learn how Forcepoint branch security can enable highly distributed organizations to improve productivity, reduce costs, better manage risk, and streamline compliance.

  • Understanding the Limitations of Microsoft O365 Security

    Microsoft Office 365 includes native security at various levels, depending on your license. But is that enough? In this webinar, discover Osterman Research key findings and what's driving these organizations' decisions, including, key priorities for securing O365, barriers to adoption and full migration of users, and more.

  • Mastering Policy Setting and Control in the Cloud

    Join guest presenter Forrester Vice President, Principal Analyst serving Security and Risk professionals, Andras Cser as he shares their recommendations for securing data and mastering policy setting.

  • The State of the CASB Market

    In this webcast, CEO and Osterman Research founder Mike Osterman shares the results of his survey on how organizations are using, or planning to implement, CASB solutions. Tune into this webinar to learn more about the need for CASBs in today's organizations.

  • Seeing SD-WAN with Enterprise Scale and Security in Action

    Our networks are bigger and more complex than ever, but connecting many locations and protecting many devices has become extremely difficult. View this webcast to learn how Forcepoint SD-WAN can help.

  • What to Look for in a CASB

    You need a CASB, but there are so many products to choose from. So what features should you actually care about? Find out in this short video.

  • Securing your Cloud Applications

    The average enterprise customer uses over 1,000 cloud apps, including SaaS, IaaS, or homegrown cloud apps. To mitigate security risks, IT leaders must ensure assets in these cloud environments are secure. View this webcast to learn how to gain insight into employee cloud app use, receive automated threat prevention and more with Forcepoint CASB.

  • NSS Labs NGFW Report 2018

    In this report from NSS Labs, learn about Forcepoint's Next Generation Firewall and how it performed when put to the test.

  • The State of the CASB Market

    With CASBs (Cloud Access Security Brokers), organizations can experience the benefits of innovation that cloud applications bring while maintaining control of their data. In this webcast, CEO and Osterman Research founder Mike Osterman will share the results of his survey on how organizations are using, or planning to implement, CASBs.

  • A Guide to Achieving SaaS Security and Compliance

    The nature of today's organizations is being driven by employees' demands for greater flexibility, productivity, and mobility. While SaaS applications fulfill these user demands, they also pose visibility and control challenges for IT. In this white paper, learn how SaaS applications can be effective at meeting users' needs without posing risks.

  • Cloud Access Security Broker- Market Quadrant 2018

    Cloud Access Security Brokers (CASBs) serve to monitor activity and enforce security policies between cloud users and cloud applications. CASBs also give organizations visibility into authorized and non-authorized cloud applications. In this Radicati Market Quadrant, explore key CASB vendors in the market.

  • Strategies for Distributed Network Security

    Download this report to explore research on how financial institutions are adjusting to the challenges of digital transformation. The findings are based on a survey of senior IT executives in the financial industry on their distributed network security strategy.

  • Metro Bank Case Study

    Metro Bank was looking for a platform that would provide secure, off-site access to their Microsoft cloud applications. Metro Bank was introduced to Forcepoint CASB and immediately saw the potential to resolve their Office 365 security challenges. In this case study, learn about the benefits Metro Bank saw after implementing Forcepoint CASB.

  • The Importance of Choosing the Right CASB Solution

    In this research report, explore key takeaways from an in-depth survey conducted by Osterman Research. This survey asked 174 decision-makers at companies that already have, or are in the process of deploying cloud access security broker software about their experiences.

  • The Practical Executive's Guide to Data Loss Prevention

    When it comes to data loss prevention (DLP), the important thing to realize is that it's the methodology and execution strategy of your vendor that governs your experience and results. In this white paper, find a 9 step process for implementing and executing a data protection strategy.

  • Rethinking Data Security With a Risk-Adaptive Approach

    In this white paper, learn how by using dynamic data protection, organizations can solve the fundamental challenges of traditional data loss prevention deployments and more effectively protect sensitive information, including regulated data sources and PII.

  • Guide to Cloud Connectivity and Security in Distributed Networks

    In this e-book, learn about a new approach to connecting distributed networks. Find out how integrating connectivity and security, and moving them to the cloud, can help you achieve higher productivity, reduce cost, and ease compliance.

  • 3 Tools to Secure Branch Sites

    Learn how you can better secure your distributed network by implementing a security platform that integrates next generation firewalls, web security gateways and a cloud access security broker. Together, these tools provide the consistency organizations need and empowering the global workforce to access the data, where and when they need it.

  • Why Traditional Distributed Networks Can't Handle Cloud

    In this white paper, learn about a more modern approach to connecting your distributed WAN networks using direct-to-cloud connectivity and scaling site-to-site with on-demand VPNs to help ensure a reliable connection and reduced complexity no matter where you are.

  • Modernizing The Distributed Enterprise Network

    Today's interactive apps like Office 365 require fast, direct connections to the Internet—which often overload traditional "hub-and-spoke" networks. Find out how you update your network to better accommodate cloud apps by migrating to SD-WAN.

  • All Clouds Are Not Equal

    Today most organizations know that the cloud offers the potential to be a safe place for their apps, data and infrastructure. However, there are other factors to take into consideration before migrating to the cloud. Read on for 5 misconceptions about cloud-based security infrastructure today.

  • How Security Solutions Enable Cloud Success

    Unsurprisingly, security concerns still rank as the number one reason for not using cloud services, according to IDC. To learn more, download this e-book for 5 key security considerations and best practices for safe cloud adoption.

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