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  • Cyber Security: 2021 Worst in Show

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    In this e-guide: Throughout 2021, there has been a strong focus worldwide on how to combat cyber security attacks for most businesses. In this e-guide we take a look at the best of the worst of those attacks to happen throughout January to June this year and how businesses can learn/adapt from these attacks.

  • Security Think Tank Pt.2 - 2020 bought us universal remote working. So what next?...

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    In this e-guide: Each month Computer Weekly poses a question to its Security Think Tank, a panel of cyber security experts comprising industry insiders, technologists, analysts, legal experts and educators, to share their years of collective cyber security wisdom with the security community.

  • SIEM, SOAR or both? Our security experts weigh in

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    In this E-Guide we turn to the Computer Weekly Security Think Tank, a hand-picked panel of cyber security insiders, experts, analysts, and advocates with over a century's worth of collective experience between them, to explore the topic of Security Information and Event Management (SIEM), and Security Orchestration, Automation and Response, (SOAR).

  • Security Think Tank Pt.1 - 2020 bought us universal remote working. So what next?...

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    In this e-guide: Each month Computer Weekly poses a question to its Security Think Tank, a panel of cyber security experts comprising industry insiders, technologists, analysts, legal experts and educators, to share their years of collective cyber security wisdom with the security community.

  • Cyber Security: 2021 Worst in Show

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    In this e-guide: Throughout 2021, there has been a strong focus worldwide on how to combat cyber security attacks for most businesses. In this e-guide we take a look at the best of the worst of those attacks to happen throughout January to June this year and how businesses can learn/adapt from these attacks.

  • Reducing Costs, Simplifying Operations and Increasing Security—eSentire Embraces Microsoft 365 Defender

    Sponsored by: eSentire

    A managed detection and response (MDR) provider, eSentire has been quite busy in recent times, striving to keep businesses safe from advancing and evolving cyberthreats. Now, they’ve taken their platform to the next level with Microsoft 365 Defender integration – increasing detection and response capability. View this case study to learn more.

  • Why You Should Take Security In The Cloud

    Sponsored by: Splunk

    Advanced security attacks are getting harder to detect as hackers are becoming more sophisticated. Organizations can get ahead of these attacks by adopting a cloud analytics-driven security platform. Register for your complimentary copy of “Why You Should Take Security in the Cloud” and learn how to combat changing security threats.

  • The Fundamental Guide To Building A Better Soc

    Sponsored by: Splunk

    There simply isn’t enough skilled security talent out there, and that which does exist is expensive. So what are companies who rely on dinosaur technology to do? They need to start building a next generation, modern SOC, today. Download your complimentary copy of The Fundamental Guide to Building a Better Security Operation Center (SOC) today.

  • Royal Holloway: Testing antivirus efficacy in Linux

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    Antivirus software plays an important part in protecting users and networks from malware, so installing and keeping it up-to-date is essential in securing computing devices. Yet Linux users believe this OS can only be marginally affected by malicious software. In this Royal Holloway article, we evaluate the effectiveness of some antivirus products.

  • FortiSOAR Empowers Security Operations to Accelerate Incident Response

    Sponsored by: Fortinet, Inc.

    As enterprises build out their security operations centers (SOCs), they’re finding that their current security installs are more disparate than they thought, tasking them with increasing visibility. But security skills are in short supply. Download this white paper to learn how SOAR can empower your SOC and accelerate incident response.

  • The Business Value of iboss cloud Enterprise Security Solutions

    Sponsored by: iBoss

    Throughout digital transformation efforts, enterprises need to keep a close eye on 4 main control points: Identities, applications, data and endpoints. How can you gain visibility without having to rely on legacy security? Download this IDC report to learn experiences that organizations have had using iboss cloud enterprise security solutions.

  • Security Complexity is Out of Control

    Sponsored by: Fortinet, Inc.

    Cybersecurity teams are deploying more solutions – and are getting more data from them – but the resulting picture is not encouraging. Complexity in managing these disparate solutions is overwhelming many security teams that are already overstretched. Download this white paper to investigate 6 challenges caused by security complexity.

  • Internal Firewalls for dummies

    Sponsored by: VMware

    Although some operating systems are more secure than others, most used today were not designed for security from the ground up, leaving many holes in IT infrastructure as a result. Security teams need to think about compartmentalizing their network to limit damage from intrusions. Leverage this e-book to see how internal firewalls can help.

  • 7 Experts on Transitioning to MDR

    Sponsored by: GoSecure

    Managed detection and response (MDR) can help you quickly identify and mitigate cyberattacks. But it’s not always clear when a company should move to MDR, nor is it clear how to get the greatest value from an MDR service. In this e-book, hear from 7 security experts as they offer advice to organizations considering MDR.

  • SIG - SASE in 15 minutes

    Sponsored by: Cisco Umbrella

    Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) is a cloud-delivered service that combines security and networking capabilities to provide improved performance and security for any device, location and user. Watch this webinar to learn how SASE can help your organization.

  • Turning Knowledge into Power

    Sponsored by: Trend Micro

    Organizations are working to defend against the volume of evolving cyberthreats plaguing them every day. One critical way to do so is through reading in-depth research that provides access to the methods and means of cybercriminals. Dive into this e-book learn about the 8 critical areas of cybersecurity and threat research.

  • MANAGED XDR - MANAGED DETECTION AND RESPONSE SERVICE

    Sponsored by: Trend Micro

    Today’s attacks are dangerous – monetizing intellectual property, encrypting essential data for ransom or damaging the flow of information in the case of nation state attacks. Managed extended detection and response (XDR) can provide 24/7 protection from these attacks. View this Trend Micro data sheet to see the full security layer.

  • Secure Sd-Wan For The Cloud-First Enterprise Without Compromise

    Sponsored by: Aruba Networks

    As enterprises move to the cloud, security challenges multiply. Examine this white paper to learn how Zscaler and Silver Peak are combining their respective Cloud Security and Unity EdgeConnect SD-WAN platforms to address these challenges. And, see how they’re collaborating to deliver security orchestration for consistent security policies.

  • Leve raging AI to Automate Vulnerability Management

    Sponsored by: Dell SecureWorks

    Today’s organizations need vulnerability management (VM) solutions that are built to maximize risk reduction. With the power of ML, these same organizations can minimize the manual burden on InfoSec and IT operations teams. Download this data sheet to explore how Secureworks’ VM solution strives to do all this and more.

  • The Impact of XDR in the Modern SOC

    Sponsored by: Dell SecureWorks

    Extended detection and response (XDR) is gaining momentum in the security arena. ESG recently surveyed IT/InfoSec professionals across multiple industry verticals to better understand the market perception of XDR, as well as value points and challenges that come with it. Access the full ESG report to see the impact of XDR in the modern SOC.

  • 3 Threat Vectors Addressed by Zero Trust App Sec

    Sponsored by: Traceable

    Zero trust has been around for some time, but implementations of a zero-trust model for network and application security are few and far between. Now, you can explore how a zero-trust approach can help protect applications from 3 dangerous threat vectors. Read the full blog post to learn what they are and what you can do.

  • Rethinking Cyber Risk in a Re-globalized World with Andrea Little Limbago, VP Research and Analysis

    Sponsored by: Interos

    The global pandemic has created seismic shifts in technology trends, particularly as they pertain to the global economy. Organizations are being driven to rethink their policies on security and risk.

  • SolarWinds and the Supply Chain, the Threat We've Ignored for Too Long

    Sponsored by: Interos

    The SolarWinds attacks caught the entire country off its guard. What can security teams learn from them? Access this webcast to hear from Robert Brese, a VP and Executive Partner at Gartner, as he joins cybersecurity leaders to discuss fundamental changes that must be implemented to address the SolarWinds nation-state supply chain attacks.

  • Text Message and Social Media Compliance Best Practices for Law Enforcement Agencies

    Sponsored by: Smarsh

    The popularity of workplace SMS/text messaging and social media has exploded in recent years. Because of this, law enforcement needs to be aware of certain guidelines and considerations when allowing officers and agency employees to use these communication tools. Use this guide to learn how to stay SMS and social media compliant.

  • Security Observability: Why Tracing?

    Sponsored by: Traceable

    Cyberattacks can cost affected organizations as much as $13 million per year. What if you could reduce the time to detect a cyberattack all the way down to zero? How much could you save by detecting and stopping an attack while it’s still happening? Leverage this white paper to learn the 4 pillars of security observability.

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