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  • Why Lead with Risk? Defining a Risk-Based Cybersecurity Strategy

    Sponsored by: Forcepoint

    Some approaches to information security simply won't deliver the results required for effective governance. Addressing head-on the primary issue—risk—is the key to a successful strategy. In this webcast, Doug Landoll discusses how to take a risk-first approach to addressing information security.

  • Securing Your Cloud Applications

    Sponsored by: Forcepoint

    Today, the average enterprise customer uses over 1,000 cloud applications. To mitigate security risks, IT leaders need to ensure assets housed in these cloud environments are secure. In this webcast, learn how Forcepoint CASB, along with DLP for Cloud Applications and Web Security tools can help with discovery, enforcement and risk assessment.

  • The State of the CASB Market

    Sponsored by: Forcepoint

    With CASBs (Cloud Access Security Brokers), organizations can experience the benefits of innovation that cloud applications bring while maintaining control of their data. In this webcast, CEO and Osterman Research founder Mike Osterman will share the results of his survey on how organizations are using, or planning to implement, CASBs.

  • Turbocharge ITOps Productivity for Security and Efficiency

    Sponsored by: BMC

    It's simply not possible to address the security risks and management challenges posed by today's infrastructures using manual methods. Operations and security teams need automation—and they need it badly. In this white paper, learn how to empower your team with integrated automation.

  • TITUS Military Classification Tool

    Sponsored by: TITUS

    In this resource, learn about the TITUS Military Classification tool which is an easy-to-use classification and policy enforcement tool that ensures all Microsoft emails and documents are classified and protectively marked before they can be saved, printed or emailed.

  • TITUS Changes Tack, Places Big Bet on Machine-Learning-Based Classification

    Sponsored by: TITUS

    One of the primary reasons data security is less adopted than other security areas is that it can be complex, and often places a burden on users in terms of changes to workflows. In this white paper, learn how TITUS Intelligence Protection (TIP) with machine-learning-based classifications can greatly reduce the need for user involvement.

  • Security Automation with Ansible

    Sponsored by: Red Hat

    Configuring systems and applications to make life more difficult for attackers is daunting. In this webcast, learn how using the agentless, push-based power of Red Hat Ansible Automation to apply and enforce security standards can help organizations adapt to meet internal and external security guidelines.

  • Security Challenges for State and Local Government IT Departments

    Sponsored by: Dell EMC

    Today's overall increasing security risks have threatened the state and local government IT departments. This has impacted their functionality. In this infographic, learn about the many different security challenges government IT departments face.

  • Understanding Human Behavior to Reduce Risk

    Sponsored by: Forcepoint

    New technologies have changed the way we interact with our data and rendered the old threat-centric security model obsolete. It has also made it much harder to identify good and bad behavior leading to an ambiguous "gray space". In this webcast, learn how adopting a human-centric approach can give IT visibility into the gray space and reduce risk.

  • A Guide to Achieving SaaS Security and Compliance

    Sponsored by: Forcepoint

    The nature of today's organizations is being driven by employees' demands for greater flexibility, productivity, and mobility. While SaaS applications fulfill these user demands, they also pose visibility and control challenges for IT. In this white paper, learn how SaaS applications can be effective at meeting users' needs without posing risks.

  • Real-Time Mainframe SIEM 101

    Sponsored by: BMC

    SIEM systems have been the industry standard for enterprise network security, but the mainframe has been left out of this predominantly distributed discipline. In this white paper, learn how to launch a mainframe SIEM initiative. Also explore 4 steps to ensure malicious mainframe activity triggers a notification to the appropriate security system.

  • Can You Handle Your Data?

    Sponsored by: TITUS

    The modern world is swimming in data, with no signs of that changing any time soon. Threats to the security of all this data have grown in number and sophistication, meaning data regulations are more complicated than ever. In this white paper, learn how organizations can improve information handling practices to better protect their sensitive data.

  • Cloud Access Security Broker- Market Quadrant 2018

    Sponsored by: Forcepoint

    Cloud Access Security Brokers (CASBs) serve to monitor activity and enforce security policies between cloud users and cloud applications. CASBs also give organizations visibility into authorized and non-authorized cloud applications. In this Radicati Market Quadrant, explore key CASB vendors in the market.

  • Exploring the Gray Space of Cybersecurity with Insights from Cognitive Science

    Sponsored by: Forcepoint

    Cybersecurity is traditionally very good at identifying activities that are black or white—either obviously bad or clearly good. But there is a wide "gray space" between black and white, full of activities that are less clear. In this white paper, learn how to determine the best course of action in ambiguous scenarios.

  • State and Local Governments Chart Their Path Toward Improved Digital Security

    Sponsored by: Dell EMC

    State and local governments are under attack from cyberespionage and malware, and they are exposed to a broad variety of security risks. New approaches are needed to make government IT less vulnerable. In this infographic, learn 7 best practices for cybersecurity in state and local governments.

  • Top 5 Critical Alerts You Need for IT Security

    Sponsored by: ManageEngine

    Analyzing log data and identifying which security events are of concern among thousands of routine events can be a challenge, especially if you aren't sure which events to track. In this white paper, explore a list of 5 critical events your organization should be on the lookout for.

  • A Guide to Incorporating Mobile into Your IT Security Systems

    Sponsored by: Wandera

    As mobile devices have matured from simple call and text devices, organizations need to consider what security controls to migrate from these legacy platforms and what needs to be re-evaluated, replaced or introduced. In this white paper, explore key observations and recommendations for appropriate mobile security control.

  • Safeguard your devices against ransomware with Log360

    Sponsored by: ManageEngine

    Network attack mechanisms continue to evolve on a daily basis. Of the network attacks that aim to steal or compromise data in some way, ransomware attacks have gained significance in recent times. In this white paper, learn how to properly implement and utilize SIEM as a defense against ransomware.

  • The Basics of Auditing and Securing Your Network Perimeter with SIEM

    Sponsored by: ManageEngine

    To thwart network attacks, you first need to be on top of critical security events occurring in your network. But due to the high volume of events, auditing these events in real time can be challenging, if not impossible. In this white paper, learn about the basics of auditing and securing your network perimeter by leveraging SIEM.

  • All Clouds Are Not Equal

    Sponsored by: Forcepoint

    In the early days of cloud computing, security concerns prevented many organizations from moving their data, applications, and infrastructure off-premises. Today, however, organizations realize that the cloud offers the potential to be a safe place. In this white paper, discover 5 common misconceptions about cloud-based security infrastructure.

  • A Guide to Joining DevOps and Security

    Sponsored by: Trend Micro, Inc.

    If you want to build out your DevOps and security programs in order to improve your application security initiatives, vulnerability testing has to be baked into your day-to-day processes. In this e-guide, explore tips for blending DevOps and security in order to help your organization catch vulnerabilities and resolve them quickly.

  • Cybersecurity Incident Response Services

    Sponsored by: CrowdStrike

    According to Forrester Analytics 2018 survey data, 50% of global security decision makers reported suffering at least one breach in the past 12 months. Pragmatic businesses plan for a breach. In this Forrester Wave report, explore key criteria to look for when evaluating a cybersecurity incident response service provider.

  • Cloud in the Crosshairs

    Sponsored by: NetScout Systems, Inc.

    In 2018, enterprises continued to wrestle with challenges such as ransomware, insider threats, and DDoS attacks, all while struggling to simplify operations. In this research report, explore key findings from NETSCOUT's 14th annual worldwide infrastructure security report.

  • Dawn of the Terrorbit Era

    Sponsored by: NetScout Systems, Inc.

    The global cyberthreat landscape continues to evolve, unleashing increasingly sophisticated and persistent attack techniques at internet scale. In this NETSCOUT Threat Intelligence report, explore key findings.

  • Maximizing SOC Effectiveness and Efficiency with Integrated Operations and Defense

    Sponsored by: NetScout Systems, Inc.

    The most successful security programs are rarely the ones with the largest security budgets or staffs. The effectiveness of security operations increases by leveraging existing resources in more productive ways. In this white paper, explore leverage areas for assuring SOC success while taking advantage of integration opportunities.

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