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  • The New Era of Fraud: A Bot-Driven Threat

    Sponsored by: F5 Networks

    With most attacks happening at the app level, protecting the capabilities that drive your business means protecting the apps that make them happen. This article highlights the many faces of fraud and some of the common tactics used to detect and prevent attacks. Read on to learn more.

  • Network Changes: Dealing with “The Only Constant”

    Sponsored by: SolarWinds, Inc.

    Your network isn't static. It's a dynamic, living entity that is constantly changing. But, if these changes aren't implemented right, it can have catastrophic results. Find out how to manage the changes in your network environment effectively and seamlessly.

  • Q3, 2019 Cyber Threats and Trends Report

    Sponsored by: Neustar

    Comparing Q3, 2019 to Q3, 2018, the volume of cyberattacks has increased by 241%, with the average attack size decreasing by 28%. As the cyberattacks constantly change, it’s critical for businesses to stay informed. In this report, uncover cybersecurity threats and trends of Q3, 2019 and unlock insights to better prepare yourself for Q4.

  • Client Insights on Data Protection with IBM Security Guardium

    Sponsored by: IBM

    How do organizations protect their data from persistent, sophisticated and well-funded attackers? Ponemon Institute's latest survey of current IBM Security Guardium clients shows how the Guardium platform has improved organizations' ability to protect their data. Download the report to explore key findings.

  • Video Surveillance System (VSS) Architecture in a Smart Building

    Sponsored by: Forescout

    Today, many buildings have a hybrid VSS architecture that is quite complex, containing a variety of legacy and new systems, including both analog and IP cameras. The problem is that this architecture presents many vulnerabilities. In this infographic, explore some common vulnerabilities found in many VSS commonly used in large organizations.

  • Common and Best Practices for SOCs: Results from the 2019 Survey

    Sponsored by: Siemplify

    In the 2019 edition of the SANS Security Operations Center (SOC) Survey, security leaders and professionals provided responses in order to better understand common barriers and best practices, where to focus to enhance security, and what to highlight when requesting additional SOC resources. Download the report to uncover the key results.

  • Microsoft Vulnerabilities Report 2019

    Sponsored by: BeyondTrust Corporation

    The 2019 Microsoft Vulnerabilities Report compiles every Microsoft security bulletin from 2018, analyzes the trends, and includes viewpoints from security experts. Read on to get started.

  • IT Security Challenges for State and Local Government IT Departments

    Sponsored by: Dell Technologies

    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.

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

    Sponsored by: Dell Technologies

    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.

  • The No-Nonsense Guide to Security Operations Metrics

    Sponsored by: Siemplify

    Given that it’s difficult to define & measure success when it comes to cybersecurity, companies must carefully consider the appropriate KPIs to use when setting their security goals. In this guide, learn about how business, operational & improvement metrics can measure the efficacy of your cybersecurity operations program.

  • New 2019 Cybercrime Report Tracks Growing Threat of Networked Cybercrime

    Sponsored by: LexisNexis® Risk Solutions

    The LexisNexis® Risk Solutions Cybercrime Report provides unique insight into global transaction patterns and emerging cybercrime threats. Join this 50-minute webinar to learn key findings and insights from the 2019 LexisNexis® Risk Solutions Cybercrime Report.

  • 6 Security Checkpoints to Consider Along Your Organization’s Cloud Journey

    Sponsored by: CyberArk Software, Inc

    Whether you’re on a journey to a public, private or hybrid cloud environment, relying on DevOps or leveraging SaaS applications, understanding cloud computing vulnerabilities is critical. In this infographic, discover 6 cloud vulnerabilities and steps for securing them.

  • Ponemon Institute Report: Client Insights on Data Protection with IBM Security Guardium

    Sponsored by: IBM

    How do organizations protect their data from persistent, sophisticated and well-funded attackers? Ponemon Institute's latest survey of current IBM Security Guardium clients shows how the Guardium platform has improved organizations' ability to protect their data. Download the report to explore key findings.

  • Ponemon Institute Report: Client Insights on Data Protection with IBM Security Guardium

    Sponsored by: IBM

    How do organizations protect their data from persistent, sophisticated and well-funded attackers? Ponemon Institute's latest survey of current IBM Security Guardium clients shows how the Guardium platform has improved organizations' ability to protect their data. Download the report to explore key findings.

  • Accelerating Security Response

    Sponsored by: ServiceNow

    While financial institutions have always been aware and working on reducing threats, new challenges continue to emerge, making it ever harder to keep managing risks and resources in this critical area. In this white paper, learn about some of these new challenges and how financial institutions are leveraging ServiceNow to address them.

  • How to Modernize Your Vulnerability Management Program

    Sponsored by: ServiceNow

    Attackers have changed their focus from servers to users. As a result, security professionals should refrain from security strategy complacency, especially when it comes to their vulnerability management programs. In this e-guide, learn how to modernize your vulnerability management program to protect your organization and users.

  • Evaluating Vulnerability Risk Management Providers

    Sponsored by: Rapid7

    As vulnerability risk management evolves to address customers’ needs, this Forrester Wave seeks to highlight solutions that help customers prioritize remediation efforts. In the report, explore an evaluation of 13 vulnerability risk management providers.

  • Automation Is a Security Pro’s Best Friend

    Sponsored by: FireMon

    The benefits of automation are universal no matter your industry. In this infographic, learn 7 reasons why automation is a security pro’s best friend including its ability to remove the manual tasks that often result in human error.

  • Attack Surface Visibility and Reducing Risk with HackerOne: Verizon Media Webinar

    Sponsored by: HackerOne

    Verizon Media is the media giant that owns a slew of dynamic brands including Yahoo, AOL, Tumblr, that over 1 billion people love and trust. Cybersecurity is paramount in maintaining that trust. In this webinar, learn how their security team worked with HackerOne to run a robust bug bounty program aimed at reducing the risk of a security incident.

  • Critical Watch Report: 2019

    Sponsored by: Alert Logic

    SMBs are under greater pressure than ever to address cyberthreats. The principal challenge for SMBs is that they must face these threats with fewer security resources than large enterprises. In this report, explore 9 takeaways that illustrate SMBs difficulties to keep pace with the changing security landscape.

  • Hacker-Powered Data - Security Weaknesses and Embracing Risk with HackerOne

    Sponsored by: HackerOne

    Today, companies, enterprises, & governments are embracing collaboration with hackers to find vulnerabilities before criminals have a chance to exploit them. In this webcast, Miju Han from HackerOne discusses the most common vulnerabilities not found on the OWASP top 10.

  • Penetration Testing: Protect Critical Assets Using an Attacker’s Mindset

    Sponsored by: IBM

    The proliferation of financial losses and brand damage stemming from security breaches means organizations need to be proactive in protecting their most valued assets. In this white paper, learn how IBM X-Force Red penetration testing services can help your organization identify and fix critical vulnerabilities before criminals exploit them.

  • Web App Firewall Webinar

    Sponsored by: Tala Security

    In the past couple of years, organizations have seen a spike in attacks that are focused on getting malicious crypto into the browser in order to exfiltrate data. In this video, Aanand Krishnan from Tala Security discusses how your organization is exposed to web application attacks on the browser side and how to protect your organization.

  • Patch Management: Your Biggest Ally in the War Against Cybercrime

    Sponsored by: Panda Security

    The majority of attacks and exploits today take advantage of outdated systems and third-party applications, exploiting known vulnerabilities. In this white paper, learn about the dangers of vulnerabilities, including the new BlueKeep vulnerability, and ways you can keep your organization safe.

  • Evaluating a Penetration Testing Company

    Sponsored by: InteliSecure

    Regardless of your company’s reasons for requiring pen testing, a primary factor in your test’s success is picking a provider who is capable of meeting your company’s specific goals. So where do you start? Use this 3-step guide to define your selection process and narrow down your choices.

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