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  • Carbon Black WM

    Research suggests that the 2020 pandemic has been the catalyst for some of the worst cyberattacks on organizations in recent memory. In this video, join Bryan Glick (Computer Weekly) and Greg Foss (VMware Carbon Black) as they discuss the evolving challenges of cybersecurity, why they're happening and what your organization can do about it.

  • Blueprint for a Future-Ready Workforce

    When global events caused companies to rapidly pivot to remote work, IT had to act fast. In terms of PC lifecycle management, it quickly became apparent that legacy approaches were no longer adequate. Advance your strategy by reading this white paper, which offers a blueprint for your journey to a future-ready workspace on Windows 10.

  • Global Threat Report

    94% of organizations worldwide have suffered a data breach as a result of a cyberattack in the past 12 months, and the average organization has experienced 2.17 breaches. If this statistic surprises you, then you may want to read the full global threat report by VMware and Carbon Black to get a sense of where threat actors are developing most.

  • The Future-Ready SOC: Using XDR to Achieve Unified Visibility and Control

    The technological and procedural silos that exist between IT and security operations center (SOC) team members have impeded an enterprise’s ability to effectively mitigate risk. Turn the tide – read this white paper to examine how extended detection & response (XDR) can help.

  • Application Control for Dummies

    Application control offers a simple solution to a complex problem by flipping the security paradigm when it comes to blacklisting vs whitelisting applications. The following eBook, Application Control for Dummies, provides an overview of the history, capabilities and benefits of application control – as well as guidance for getting started.

  • Securing Your Organization from Threats for Dummies

    Intrinsic Security For Dummies is your guide to using your infrastructure to simplify and strengthen your approach to security across any app, any cloud, and any device. This e-guide is loaded with information that can help you understand and capitalize on the latest technologies for securing your enterprise.

  • Vmware Carbon Black Cloud

    The VMware Carbon Black Cloud provides a cloud-native endpoint protection platform that comprises of next-gen antivirus, audit and remediation, and EDR capabilities. To better understand the benefits, costs, and risks associated with this investment, view the Forrester report.

  • Emergency Preparedness: Was Your Company Ready for COVID-19?

    Emergency preparedness is tricky – it’s nearly impossible to plan for every emergency or incident. This research report from Osterman Research provides an in-depth analysis of emergency preparedness plans pre-COVID-19 and offers best practices for improving incident readiness going forward.

  • The Future of Remote Work: Securing A Distributed Workforce

    Nearly all non-essential employees have been working remotely since March, a trend that is likely to continue for the foreseeable future. To help organizations acclimate, VMware offers their Carbon Black Cloud tool, which looks to consolidate and unify security efforts across all control points – read on to explore the key features.

  • A Buyers’ Guide to SecOps

    Endpoint detection and response (EDR) tools are emerging as a prominent figure in protecting an organization’s endpoints. Similarly, SecOps tools are quickly becoming critical in ensuring security across the DevOps lifecycle. Read this buyers’ guide for an overview of how to evaluate and select the right tool and vendor.

  • 2020 Cybersecurity Outlook Report

    The fight between organizations trying to secure their data and cyberattackers looking for ways to steal it is a constant struggle that seems to constantly evolve. As organizations employ stronger defenses, hackers find more creative ways to bypass them. In this research report, uncover the findings from a study into the evolution of this pattern.

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