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  • Product Video: Enterprise Threat Protector

    Sponsored by: Akamai Technologies

    Many businesses plan to move security to the cloud as legacy systems cannot keep up with modern threats and traffic volume. As a result, they will need threat protection and detection that is proven, accurate and adaptable, even against zero-day threats – and latency must be zero. View this brief video to learn about Enterprise Threat Protector.

  • Product Video: Enterprise Application Access

    Sponsored by: Akamai Technologies

    With remote work at an all-time high, it’s critical that only the correct users get access to the right applications at the right time. Now, this can be done without granting a user full access to a network. How? By integrating tools such as MFA, SSO and identity onto one secure access platform. Watch this video to get a closer look.

  • Security Without Compromise

    Sponsored by: Remediant

    As a result of a mandate, a major U.S. government contractor was in search of a highly-scalable solution that could couple multi-factor authentication and dynamic privileged access – and it had to be efficient and compliant. As it turned out, they were able to get what they needed and more. Take a look at this case study to learn the specifics.

  • Simplify Your Security Operations Center

    Sponsored by: Red Hat

    77% of organizations plan to implement automation to speed up security response times. Does yours? Dive into this e-book to learn about the benefits of an automation platform and how you can simplify your security operations center.

  • Decade of the RATs

    Sponsored by: BlackBerry

    The world is concerned with cyber espionage in the perpetual firestorm of information gathering, and the prime target? Linux servers. Learn why in this report as well as different types of remote access trojans (RATs) and what they look like.

  • DTEX and the Insider Threat Kill Chain

    Sponsored by: Dtex

    With insider threats, you must ask yourself, ‘What was the user’s intent?’, ‘What it truly an insider, or were credentials compromised?’, ‘If so, how did the credential thief get into the account?’. Preventing these attacks requires visibility and intelligence. Read this e-book for 5 steps to insider attack prevention.

  • State of Ransomware

    Sponsored by: BlackBerry

    The increased reporting of cyber incidents among large companies in ANZ in the first half of 2020 has been evident. A handful of ransomware families are dominating these attacks. Browse this report to investigate some of the tactics used by these ransomware families, their high profile victims, and strategies used to defend against these threats.

  • EMA Evaluation Guide to Privileged Access Management (PAM)

    Sponsored by: Remediant

    Enterprise Management Associates (EMA) reports that 76% of organizations experience privileged access policy violations each year despite 79% reporting that privileged access management (PAM) is ‘very important’ or ‘critical’ to their operations. Want to learn more? Read the EMA’s evaluation guide to PAM to discover other important trends.

  • Product Video: Page Integrity Manager

    Sponsored by: Akamai Technologies

    Did you know that third-party scripts running on your website can make up more than half the code in your digital ecosystem? Those scripts are often outside your control, leaving you vulnerable at the browser-level. Watch this product demo and learn about a powerful, easy to implement, behavior-based approach to script attacks.

  • What to Include in an SD-WAN Security Checklist

    Sponsored by: Citrix

    SD-WAN can improve security in many ways. Simply migrating to a viable SD-WAN offering can bring benefits. But SD-WAN also provides security features to protect the traffic it manages, as well as features that protect the offering itself. Read this expert e-guide to uncover 4 different areas where enterprises should consider SD-WAN and security.

  • Effectively Addressing Advanced Threats Survey

    Sponsored by: IBM

    Keeping up with these threats can be daunting—until we consider what it takes to defend against them. Not all threats are created equal—however, not all defenses are created equal either. This survey from SANS Institute, in partnership with IBM, uncovers how large, mature organizations deal with advanced threats.

  • Complexity in Cybersecurity Report

    Sponsored by: IBM

    Threats have become a board-level concern and it’s fueled a spending spree in security products over the last two years. For many organizations, disconnected point solutions have increased the complexity of their security environments, making it difficult to respond quickly to threats. Fill out this form to read more about it.

  • Why & How to Merge Your SD-WAN and Security Strategies

    Sponsored by: SearchNetworking.com

    SD-WAN has been linked to security from its inception, but what if you could go one step further? What if there were ironclad ways to manage threats, trust, visibility and orchestration to give your organization an added layer of security through SD-WAN? In this handbook, read more about piecing together SD-WAN and security.

  • Boost Hybrid Cloud Security

    Sponsored by: Red Hat

    As security evolves, so too do threats. In a world that is quickly moving to cloud architectures (94% of organizations are using some type of cloud), security has never been prioritized more. The cost-saving benefits of cloud are all proven, but without the right security, the risk is not worth the gain. Dive into this e-book to learn more.

  • Credential Stuffing Attacks Threaten Businesses in Asia-Pacific

    Sponsored by: Akamai Technologies

    The downside of IT automation is its ability to be exploited by cyber criminals. Botnets are causing numerous credential stuffing attacks around the world, with as many as 85 billion of such attacks from Dec. 2017 to Nov. 2019. They cause many problems for business, but there are ways to find signs and prevent them. Read this article to learn more.

  • Cyberattack Trends: 2020 Mid-Year Report

    Sponsored by: Checkpoint Software Technologies

    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.

  • PRIVILEGED ACCESS MANAGEMENT (PAM) AS A SERVICE FOR DUMMIES, CYBERARK SPECIAL EDITION

    Sponsored by: CyberArk Software, Inc

    Has your organization suffered from a preventable vulnerability? Has one your employees misused privileged access? Does your architecture have security pain points that need addressing? Read Privileged Access Management (PAM) as-a-Service for Dummies to find out how to secure accounts and reduce risk.

  • Managing Security Risk and Compliance in a Challenging Landscape

    Sponsored by: Dell Technologies and Intel

    How can you keep your business secure that amid the proliferation of devices and data? It starts with a trusted technology partner. Download this research report to learn why a trusted partner is key to a successful security strategy.

  • The Rising Cost of Fraud

    Sponsored by: Twilio

    Access this e-book to learn how fraud is typically committed, what businesses are doing about it, and how phone-number verification can help stem losses caused by widespread fraud.

  • 2020 SonicWall Cyber Threat Report

    Sponsored by: SonicWall

    So far this year, intrusion attempts are up 19% to 2.3 trillion. IoT malware attacks are up 50%. And according to the FBI, daily cybercrimes have increased 75% since COVID-19 began. In reading this white paper, you will learn powerful statistics and trends, such as these, to make strong decisions in protecting your network and users.

  • Video: Latest Credential Stuffing Attack Campaigns in Asia Pacific

    Sponsored by: Akamai Technologies

    Businesses struggle to deal with the challenge of bot and botnet attacks on their networks. Because security networks are less agile, IT departments scramble when an unknown IP is detected, and by this time, it’s usually too late. Watch this webcast to learn more about credential stuffing, a type of botnet attack that is used to gain user access.

  • Lockdown Lessons

    Sponsored by: Webroot

    Network security is the immune system of an organization. If a business does not maintain a healthy immune system, then it’s vulnerable to a host of rapidly evolving threats. If you want to learn how to best secure your network, read this white paper from Webroot, which details best practices and innovative methods of protection.

  • Kingminer –a Crypto-Jacking Botnet Under the Scope

    Sponsored by: Bitdefender

    Kingminer is a piece of crypto-jacking malware that has been around since early 2018. It is an infection that begins from an SQL server process and exploits configuration flaws to obtain access to said server and schedules malicious commands for execution. Read this white paper for a technical analysis and how to know if you’ve been compromised.

  • Security That Works Wherever You Go: Empower Your Workers to Safely Stay Productive

    Sponsored by: Lookout

    IT security professionals have never had their hands fuller than during ‘the new normal’. Cybercriminals see the many hundreds of thousands (if not millions) of remote workers as a breaching buffet, and as a result, organizations need to secure their workforces ASAP. View this brochure to find out how you can keep employees secure wherever they go.

  • Mobile Phishing: Myths & Facts Facing Every Modern Enterprise Today

    Sponsored by: Lookout

    It may surprise you that the rate at which people fall for mobile phishing attacks has increased 85% every year since 2011. Organizations are constantly working to defend against phishing, but methods of defense against email attacks may not likewise prevent mobile attacks. Read this white paper for 3 myths and 3 facts on mobile phishing.

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