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  • Around the World in 34 Phish: COVID-19 Phishing Examples

    Sponsored by: Inky Technology

    The state of the world has left email servers more vulnerable to attack than ever. As phishing is the most used method of cyberattack in the world, there have been plenty of examples to identify and dissect to help people develop a more watchful eye. Browse this article to see 34 different examples of phishing scams across the globe.

  • Ask These Critical Questions and Consider These Risks When Selecting an MDR Provider

    Sponsored by: GoSecure

    According to Gartner, 25% of organizations will be using managed detection and response (MDR) services by 2024. So when considering key requirements and managing risks associated with outsourcing threat detection and response, it’s critical that you ask the right questions. View this Gartner report to learn what these questions are and more.

  • Using Network and Wi-Fi Analytics to Help with Workplace Safety

    Sponsored by: Comcast Business

    Business leaders need to consider monitoring processes and technologies that balance maintaining safety with respect for the privacy and work habits of their employees. As such, organizations of all sizes can leverage their computer and communication networks to enable such automated monitoring processes. Read this article to learn more.

  • Ransomware Decoded

    Sponsored by: Cybereason

    Ransomware has reemerged, and ransom payments have shot up in tandem, with the average payout at $80,000 in Dec. 2019. In addition, it’s evolving to avoid detection, and with the advent of Ransonware-as-a-Service (RaaS), even non-technical users can create an attack. Stay vigilant, read this white paper to learn what modern ransomware looks like.

  • The State of Cloud Security 2020

    Sponsored by: Sophos

    To understand the balance between flexibility and vulnerability in the public cloud, a survey of 3,251 IT managers across 26 countries was conducted. The study shows the ways in which attackers are changing the rules to find new ways into environments and exposing security gaps that were once unknown. Read the full report to go in-depth.

  • Cybereason EDR

    Sponsored by: Cybereason

    Endpoint detection & response (EDR) allows organizations to monitor their environments with force, so they can know when a threat is present and respond in seconds, rather than days. Plus, it correlates an attack across all endpoints to give a single view of an attack in real time. View this data sheet to get a closer look at key capabilities.

  • Why You Should Consider Endpoint Detection & Response

    Sponsored by: Claranet

    Endpoint security has become an especially hot topic over the past few months. Organizations need to put clamps on hackers who attempt to breach their infrastructure. As such, traditional legacy endpoint security systems may not be able to stand up to modern threats. Read this expert guide to learn about endpoint detection & response.

  • Seven Must-Have Endpoint Management Capabilities

    Sponsored by: HCL Software

    When endpoint management systems are effectively integrated with security and IT operations tools, they play a major role in proving compliance, stopping threats, consolidating tools, and protecting brands. Read the study to learn the Seven Must-have Endpoint Management Capabilities.

  • Mitigating Application DDoS Attacks

    Sponsored by: F5 Networks

    Your network, DNS & TLS are not often thought of as being part of applications. Yet DoS or DDoS attacks against these tiers can render your networks, apps or other supporting infrastructure inaccessible. The challenge is identifying & blocking attackers’ requests whilst still allowing clean traffic. View this webinar to learn how to do this.

  • Why Seconds Matter

    Sponsored by: Palo Alto Networks

    Todays' hackers are enjoying threats such as polymorphic malware that can avoid detection by constantly changing its identifiable features. How do security teams get around malleable threats? With inline machine learning, organizations may be able to stop threats while keeping business going. To learn more, read this comprehensive white paper.

  • 5 Critical Mistakes When Evaluating a Next-Generation Firewall

    Sponsored by: Palo Alto Networks

    If you are in the market for a firewall, then you have probably discovered that a next-gen firewall (NGFW) is the way to go. But how can you be sure you’re choosing the NGFW to meet your organization’s specific networking, performance and security needs? Check out this white paper to learn 5 mistakes to avoid when evaluating a NGFW.

  • Encrypted DNS - Mitigating the Impact of DoT and DoH for Service Providers

    Sponsored by: F5 Networks

    DNS is fundamental to how the internet functions, but growth in DNS encryption potentially renders DNS infrastructure redundant. As a result, service providers will need to understand the challenges and opportunities of encrypted DNS. Jump into this webcast to cover the impact of encrypted DNS from the service provider's perspective.

  • The CIO’s Cybersecurity Checklist

    Sponsored by: Arctic Wolf Networks, Inc.

    CIOs have never been under more duress than they are under now. An enlarged attack surface coupled with a growing threat landscape means that senior leaders have to dot their i’s and cross their t’s when it comes to network security. Want to stay ahead? View this CIO cybersecurity checklist to know where you are and where you need to be.

  • Secure Your Network and Stop Cybercriminals from Capitalizing on a Crisis

    Sponsored by: Comcast Business

    Threat actors have long been taking advantage of increased network vulnerabilities up to this point, but in order to fight the good fight, you must be up to speed on security architectures and technologies that are disrupting both hackers and the security industry. View this data sheet to learn to securely navigate the pandemic.

  • Measuring the ROI of an Incident Response Platform

    Sponsored by: Palo Alto Networks

    A Forrester survey found that 80% of businesses had been attacked last year, and only 50% felt they had the right resources to proactively hunt for threats. Organizations tend to place incident response on the backburner, but it’s clear they wish they’d been better prepared for ‘what ifs’. In this guide, learn how to stay ahead of threats.

  • A Web of Weak Spots: Securing Your Supply Chain with NDR and Collective Defense

    Sponsored by: IronNet

    Today’s supply chain is an extended enterprise with many back doors. Indirect attacks against weak links in the supply chain now account for 40% of security breaches. How can you better protect your data? Dig into this white paper to learn the 5 most common attacks and how network detection & response can help prevent them.

  • Securing the Pandemic-Disrupted Workplace

    Sponsored by: Trend Micro

    COVID-19 has granted threat actors the permission to get their hands as dirty as possible. A spike in remote work has given them a larger attack surface than ever, and although the number of new cases is decreasing, these attacks show no signs of going away. To get the numbers behind the danger, jump into this in-depth report.

  • Hacker vs CISO: Exploiting and Protecting Your WFH Workforce

    Sponsored by: Tanium

    The hacker is the bane of the CISO, and vice versa. It’s not often that both of these enigmatic personas are in the same room to speak on organizational security and the threat landscape, and during an era of global remote work, their words are quite valuable. Watch this unique webcast to learn perspectives from two opposing security combatants.

  • 5 Critical Requirements for Internal Firewalling in the Data Center

    Sponsored by: VMware

    Forrester reports that 58% of companies faced a significant security incident in 2019 despite spending more to secure their networks. Much of this is due to overreliance on perimeter firewalls, which has been a handicap for organizations in recent years. Open this VMware report to get a glimpse at their next-generation firewall technology.

  • Penetration Testing Vendor Selection Checklist

    Sponsored by: Synack

    In today’s IT environment, one of the biggest risks to a corporation’s valuation is a security breach. But how does a security team apply their budget in a way that ensures the applications, websites, and other assets are secure? What requirements are the most important? Use this comprehensive checklist to help you evaluate vendors.

  • Pwning Admin Rights To Spread Ransomware: Stories From The Battlefield

    Sponsored by: Remediant

    Stopping a ransomware attack is a challenge for many organizations, particularly during this era of remote work. Professionals are asking, "What does a ransomware attack look like? Why is it so easy for hackers use credentials to move laterally within a network?" View this webcast to learn how to assess your environment for admin credential risk.

  • Security Orchestration For Dummies

    Sponsored by: Palo Alto Networks

    Security orchestration is a new term to the market, but it could simplify the lives of security professionals. It refers to the integration of security tools, unifying intelligence and automating tasks, resulting is a more effective security operations center that better detects and responds to threats. Dive into this e-book for a detailed guide.

  • Next-Generation Firewall Buyer’s Guide

    Sponsored by: Palo Alto Networks

    Cloud adoption, big data analytics, machine learning and automation are all accelerating the delivery of applications, which in and of themselves are becoming increasingly accessible. However, this also means that apps are more vulnerable than ever. Browse this guide to learn how Next-Gen Firewalls can minimize risk without slowing you down.

  • Onboarding Third-Party IT Service Providers Doesn’t Have to be Complicated, Costly, or Risky

    Sponsored by: Tehama

    According to Gartner, the biggest challenge Chief Procurement Officers (CPOs) face is the time it takes to securely onboard outside organizations and vendors into their information systems and business apps. Read this white paper to learn the risks and challenges when hiring third-party IT service providers or providing remote network access.

  • Assessing the Economic Impact of Cybereason

    Sponsored by: Cybereason

    As the security threat landscape continues to grow in complexity, organizations are looking for the best solutions to protect their endpoints without overextending their already overworked security and IT teams. For help, read this Forrester report to get an in-depth look at key findings for the Cybereason Defense Platform.

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