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  • Dynamic Data Protection

    Sponsored by: Forcepoint

    The following solution brief provides an inside look into Forcepoint Dynamic Data Protection, which combines behavior analytics with data protection capabilities to enable your organization to prioritize high-risk activity and automate policies – ensuring security without sacrificing productivity. Read on for an overview of the key features.

  • How to Detect The 7 Types of Document and Identity Fraud

    Sponsored by: Onfido

    Document and identity fraud have the potential to be one of the most disruptive risks facing organizations. However, addressing these challenges while meeting the user experience demands of customers is a tall order. Download this resource for a closer look into detecting and mitigating the most common types of fraud.

  • Enterprise Data Protection Solutions, Explained

    Sponsored by: Forcepoint

    Incomplete or sub-par data protection practices can have devastating impacts for an organization – and choosing the right data protection partner is no easy task. To help you get started, download this enterprise data protection buyer’s guide to key evaluation criteria, questions to consider, a comparison of top vendors, and more.

  • MITRE ATT&CK: Security Evaluation Overview

    Sponsored by: BlackBerry

    MITRE ATT&CK offers an unbiased, detection-based evaluation designed to provide organizations with insights and information regarding their vulnerabilities – it’s not a competitive analysis with winners, scores or ranking. Watch this webinar, which features 2 BlackBerry experts, for a comprehensive overview of MITRE ATT&CK Evaluations.

  • 9 Steps to Success with Data Protection

    Sponsored by: Forcepoint

    Effective data protection requires delicate balance between meeting the productivity needs for strategic imperatives and assuaging the security concerns of the risk averse. To help you get started, this infographic highlights 9 steps for implementing effective data protection controls that meet your needs. Read on to unlock the steps.

  • MITRE ATT&CK: The Power of Prevention

    Sponsored by: BlackBerry

    In this brief webinar, join industry experts as they provide insight into optimizing the MITRE ATT&CK framework using artificial intelligence and machine learning – providing an overview of the framework and why it’s important, as well as the role of AI for enhance threat detection and prevention.

  • Panelist Discussion with Q&A

    Sponsored by: BlackBerry

    In this 14-minute panelist discussion with Q&A, join industry experts as they provide insight into commonly asked questions and hot topics surrounding the MITRE ATT&CK framework – discussing topics from hypothetical testing scenarios to its efficacy as a resource during the COVID-19 pandemic, and more. Watch now to get started.

  • CISO’s Guide to Reducing Risk with Responsible Disclosure

    Sponsored by: HackerOne

    Data breaches have devastated organizations over recent years. However, countless breaches were prevented due to hackers disclosing known security vulnerabilities to the organization through what’s known as vulnerability disclosure polices (VDPs). In this white paper, discover how CISO’s can leverage VDPs to reduce risk in their environments.

  • Security Leaders Handbook

    Sponsored by: HackerOne

    Stepping into a new security leadership position can feel overwhelming: addressing the immediate security needs as well as setting the right foundation for long-term initiatives isn’t an easy task. To help you navigate the first 90 days of your role, and beyond, download this Security Leaders Handbook, which provides guidance and expertise.

  • The CISO Speaks: Insights From the Frontlines, Part 2

    Sponsored by: RSA Conference

    Not only is Kuwait’s oil and gas industry critical to its economy—it’s also heavily targeted by global threat actors. In this RSAC Unplugged 2019 Sydney presentation, see how upstream, midstream and downstream companies reached a consensus around common security objectives and a unified governance framework to protect this vital sector.

  • Quantum Computing and Quantum-Safe Security

    Sponsored by: Thales

    Although quantum computer will have many benefits, it will also have the ability to do harm. The very same computing power that allows complex problems to be solved can, in turn, be applied to undermine cybersecurity. In this white paper, learn more about quantum computing and the implications it will have on the cybersecurity landscape.

  • Is Your Front Door Open and Unlocked for Cyber Criminals?

    Sponsored by: Verizon

    When it comes to cyber security, small businesses represent 43% of all data breaches because their false sense of security leads them to not put proper defenses in place. In this blog, learn why cyber criminals often target SMBs before going after larger organizations.

  • Mobile Security Index 2020

    Sponsored by: Verizon

    Mobile technology and the cloud are enabling and medium-sized businesses to grow and compete with larger enterprises more effectively. But unless they take further steps to secure their mobile devices, SMBs could face significant damage to their reputations and bottom lines before the competition even begins.This infographic explains in detail.

  • Analyst Report: Governance, Risk, And Compliance Platforms, Q1 2020

    Sponsored by: ServiceNow

    In this most recent edition of The Forrester Wave: Governance, Risk and Compliance Platforms, industry experts at Forrester identify and evaluate 12 key GRC platform providers, how they compare to each other, and offers key insights into emerging market trends. Download this report to leverage Forrester’s GRC expertise.

  • 5 Reasons your SMB workspace needs simple SSO

    Sponsored by: Citrix

    SSO should make life easier for both IT and employees. But when new apps require different SSO tools from different vendors, it can complicate your IT. Adopting simple, unified SSO for your workspace can ensure secure, anywhere access to all essential applications.This e-book gives five reasons why your organization needs simple, unified SSO.

  • 5 Things Better Connectivity Can Help You Achieve

    Sponsored by: Verizon

    By 2025, the average connected person will interact with a connected device nearly 4,800 times per day—about once every 18 seconds. If your organization’s network is not amply prepared, you will be at risk of falling behind. Access this infographic for 5 business advantages of increasing connectivity and how they impact your bottom line.

  • CW ANZ, July 2020: Expert Advice on Security

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    In this handbook, Computer Weekly looks at how organisations in Australia and New Zealand can better protect themselves against evolving cyber threats.

  • Royal Holloway: Driverless vehicle security for military applications

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    Existing attacks and risk assessment frameworks within civilian autonomous vehicles (AVs) can be used to review security of military AVs deployed for logistics purposes in a desert warzone environment.

  • Securing the New Normal: A Virtual Happy Hour on Moving Forward

    Sponsored by: RSA Conference

    In this webcast, a panel of industry leaders discuss the future of cybersecurity, highlighting what’s next for the industry, and the ways in which cybersecurity will evolve as we come to understand the “new normal” – focusing on business processes, procedures and policies, network security architecture and much more.

  • 10-Step Executive Action Plan for Collective Defense

    Sponsored by: IronNet

    A collective approach may be beneficial to organizations searching for security advantages.Indeed, a heightened security posture often begins and ends with collaboration. In this e-book, read more about how a combination of organizational preparedness and advanced technology can aid in defending against threats.

  • How to Get the Most Value out of Your Penetration Test

    Sponsored by: RSA Conference

    At RSA Conference, Ed Skoudis from the SANS Institute facilitated a problem-solving discussion in the RSAC Engagement Zone. Jump into this webcast to see how he follows up on that discussion. He shares insights into what he learned from the community on getting the most value from penetration testing.

  • The 5 Most Dangerous New Attack Techniques and How to Counter Them

    Sponsored by: RSA Conference

    What are the most dangerous new techniques attackers are employing? This fast-paced briefing features three experts from the SANS Institute best-positioned to provide answers: the nation’s top expert on mobile forensics, the director of the Internet Storm Center and the top hacker exploits expert in the US.

  • RSAC Resource Guide: U.S. Election Security 2020

    Sponsored by: RSA Conference

    Many cybersecurity experts have expressed concerns about the security of the upcoming U.S. elections. This RSAC Resource Guide: U.S. Election Security 2020 compiles expertise from industry leaders to provide readers with the insight and information they need to understand this topic.

  • Royal Holloway: Lessons on catastrophe - differences and similarities between cyber and other forms of risk

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    Cyber insurance is still in its infancy but has shown significant growth, with evidence for further expansion. However, a lack of past information and some idiosyncrasies make pricing difficult, as well as potentially amplifying risk exposure. This article summarises findings from a practical model that could be used in lieu of actuarial data.

  • 5 Must-Haves for Your Next Enterprise Backup Solution

    Sponsored by: Cohesity

    Access this white paper to learn 5 must-haves when evaluating your next enterprise backup and recovery investment to overcome the operational challenges of disparate data and to simplify data management.

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