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  • Journey to the Cloud with Confidence. Security Automated Everywhere.

    Security is now in the cloud, and it is growing fast. As a result, it can be difficult to control or be visible of security tasks such as vulnerability management, configuration and compliance. Watch this video to learn about an automated cloud-native security platform that allows you to understand where your cloud resources are in context.

  • A Practitioner’s Guide to Cloud Workload Security, Compliance, and Visibility for Healthcare

    With modern cloud workloads, healthcare organizations can now adopt the cloud and take advantage of all its benefits without jeopardizing security or compliance. Tap into A Practitioner’s Guide to Cloud Workload Security, Compliance, and Visibility for Healthcare to learn more.

  • Stopping Zero Days at The Speed of Digital

    Most organizations are ill-equipped to handle the threat of zero-day cyberattacks. This e-book, Stopping Zero Days at The Speed of Digital, highlights 3 best practices that can help organizations better identity and mitigate these threats without compromising productivity – read on to get started.

  • Cyberattack Trends: 2020 Mid-Year Report

    If your organization has come under attack since the outbreak of COVID-19, you are not alone. Cyberthreats are becoming more prominent than ever as a result of the spike in remote work, and if you’re not aware of which threats are lurking, another attack may be on the horizon. Read this report to get an understanding of what to look out for.

  • Cloud with Confidence: Re-Imagine Cloud Security

    According to Verizon’s 2020 Data Breach Investigations Report, human error accounted for 22% of all breaches. So, as cloud capabilities expand into all areas of the business, how can organizations ensure adequate configuration to avoid human error? Download the following e-guide for insight and guidance regarding this persistent issue.

  • Creating a DevSecOps Culture in Your Company

    As organizations continue to embrace cloud architectures as their preferred business environment, security methods need to change to reflect the needs of an evolving landscape. In this e-book, you’ll learn more about why organizations are embracing DevSecOps and the Shared Responsibility Model to meet cloud security challenges.

  • Best Practices for Remote Access in Disaster Mitigation and Recovery Scenarios

    Given current circumstances, it’s no surprise to see organizations enabling mass amounts of employees with remote access to their network. However, if done frantically, this shift can expose vulnerabilities. Download this white paper for guidance on implementing secure access for remote employees.

  • Mobile Management Solutions are not Security

    Explore why mobile management solutions are not built to protect fleets of mobile devices from threats and how to implement a Zero Trust, comprehensive mobile security strategy to remain protected from the ever-evolving mobile threat landscape.

  • Introduction to Cloud Security Blueprint 2.0

    According to a Gartner study, cloud security remains a top concern for users, and the shared environment of public cloud invites a unique set of vulnerabilities. This white paper defines key cloud security concepts and explores architectural principles in order to help you get started with protecting your cloud environment. Read on to get started.

  • Cybersecurity Report 2020

    Every year, Check Point Research (CPR) reviews previous year cyber incidents to gather key insights about the global cyber threat landscape ahead. View their 2020 report to get information on 2019’s major cyber incidents, predictions for 2020, and best practices to help keep your organization safe from cyberattacks this year.

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