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  • 2020 Application Security Observability Report

    Sponsored by: Contrast Security

    Nearly 96% of applications contain at least one vulnerability, yet only 26% have a serious vulnerability – modern vulnerability management, especially when it comes to applications – is about effectively prioritization. For more findings and guidance for building an application security strategy, read this research report.

  • Cybersecurity Perceptions vs Reality

    Sponsored by: GoSecure

    This 29-page research report provides the key findings from a recent GoSecure survey designed to better understand the biases, gaps and misconceptions surrounding cybersecurity. Read on to learn more about this disconnect and discover how to address and overcome it.

  • Trend Micro Vulnerability Protection Overview

    Sponsored by: Trend Micro

    This document outlines the process behind IDS/IPS rule creation and answers common questions about vulnerability coverage and security controls across Trend Micro’s various offerings. Read on to learn more about rule creation, quality assurance testing, hybrid cloud workload security, and more.

  • The State of Cloud Security 2020

    Sponsored by: Sophos

    To understand the balance between flexibility and vulnerability in the public cloud, a survey of 3,251 IT managers across 26 countries was conducted. The study shows the ways in which attackers are changing the rules to find new ways into environments and exposing security gaps that were once unknown. Read the full report to go in-depth.

  • 5 Steps to Determine Residual Risk During the Assessment Process

    Sponsored by: Coalfire

    Governance, risk and compliance-related residual risks are risk factors left over after an organization applies security controls to ensure compliance with laws and regulations. Data management gaps create this risk, but spotting it isn’t impossible. Open this article for 5 steps to identifying and offsetting residual risk during an assessment.

  • Securing the Pandemic-Disrupted Workplace

    Sponsored by: Trend Micro

    COVID-19 has granted threat actors the permission to get their hands as dirty as possible. A spike in remote work has given them a larger attack surface than ever, and although the number of new cases is decreasing, these attacks show no signs of going away. To get the numbers behind the danger, jump into this in-depth report.

  • Hacker vs CISO: Exploiting and Protecting Your WFH Workforce

    Sponsored by: Tanium

    The hacker is the bane of the CISO, and vice versa. It’s not often that both of these enigmatic personas are in the same room to speak on organizational security and the threat landscape, and during an era of global remote work, their words are quite valuable. Watch this unique webcast to learn perspectives from two opposing security combatants.

  • 92% Of The World’s Top Websites Expose Customer Data To Attackers

    Sponsored by: Tala Security

    It’s no secret that security risk has never been higher, but what’s important is to know the specifics of these risks. Issues such as unintentional data exposure and data leakage via trusted applications are becoming more relevant, and it’s crucial that you know what they mean and how to prevent them. View this report to get the details.

  • Penetration Testing Vendor Selection Checklist

    Sponsored by: Synack

    In today’s IT environment, one of the biggest risks to a corporation’s valuation is a security breach. But how does a security team apply their budget in a way that ensures the applications, websites, and other assets are secure? What requirements are the most important? Use this comprehensive checklist to help you evaluate vendors.

  • The Buyer's Guide To Penetration Testing

    Sponsored by: Synack

    From scanners and traditional pen tests to bug bounty programs, and platform-based security tests – there's a lot of jargon and variation out there. Cut through the confusion and choose what's best for you. Download the Buyer's Guide to Penetration Testing to learn more.

  • Cyber Resilient Organization Report 2020

    Sponsored by: IBM

    The volume of cybersecurity incidents has risen, causing disruption to IT and business processes. In fact, 51% of organizations reported a significant business disruption during the past two years due to a cybersecurity incident. What did they report regarding cyber resiliency? How are they planning for the future? Read this report to find out.

  • SCCM Upgrade Checklist | Automate Patch Management in the Cloud

    Sponsored by: Automox

    The digital landscape is constantly evolving, and traditional legacy tools are being replaced by cloud-based SaaS alternatives – and patch management is no exception. However, there are some key factors to consider prior to making the switch. Read this article to make sure you’re ready for cloud-based patch management.

  • Paradise Lost: Exploiting the New Distributed Workforce Economy

    Sponsored by: Tanium

    Organizations have noted the widened gaps in IT visibility since remote work became the norm - now it’s time to react. View this white paper to learn how unified endpoint security (UES)/unified endpoint management (UEM) can help detect and prevent these pandemic-related threats.

  • Achieving Resilience in Your Distributed Workforce Environment During the COVID-19 Pandemic and Beyond

    Sponsored by: Tanium

    To accommodate the transformation to remote work, organizations have upended their traditional IT infrastructure and adopted decentralized networks, cloud-based services, and widespread usage of employees’ personal devices. This has revealed critical gaps in visibility. Use this white paper to learn how to fill these gaps and remain resilient.

  • TCO Study of WSUs and SCCM

    Sponsored by: Automox

    Patch management plays a critical role in ensuring systems are operating properly and protected against attacks. However, like most technology functions, modern enhancements allow organizations to transition from on-premise systems to cloud-based SaaS offerings – but does the SaaS switch make fiscal sense? Read on to find out.

  • Network Complexity Creates Inefficiencies While Ratcheting Up Risks

    Sponsored by: Fortinet, Inc.

    Nearly 80% of organizations are introducing digital innovations faster than they can secure them. They are tangled up in complexity, leaving them vulnerable to breaches as a result. Without the right strategy, the risk outweighs the reward. Jump into this white paper to get a closer look at the implications of innovating too quickly.

  • Evaluating Client-side Web Security: Questions to Ask Your Vendor

    Sponsored by: Tala Security

    When it comes to online interactions, protecting end-users from Magecart, XSS and other data theft attacks is critical to safeguarding both their sensitive data as well as brand reputation. This article offers 3 questions you should be asking your web security vendor – and why they matter.

  • A Step-by-Step Guide: Achieving Zero Standing Privilege

    Sponsored by: Remediant

    Privileged access management has changed how organizations keep users in check, but as it turns out, it is not enough. 74% of breached organizations admitted that the breach was made through a privileged account. The issue is standing access. Learn about the benefits of zero standing privilege in this step-by-step guide.

  • Remove Standing Privileges Through a Just-in-Time PAM Approach

    Sponsored by: Remediant

    Privileged access carries a significant risk, and even with privileged access management (PAM) tools in place, the risk of users with standing privileges remains high. Security professionals engaged in identity management may want to implement a zero standing privileges strategy. Read this Gartner article to learn more about why this is critical.

  • 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.

  • DDoS Attacks are Growing in Frequency and Scale During the Pandemic. What Can Businesses Do?

    Sponsored by: Akamai Technologies

    Remote work means DDoS attacks loom larger than ever. On June 25, 2020, a European bank was hit with an attack that generated 809 million packets per second. The velocity and volume of these attacks can be overwhelming, but the right strategy can keep your network safe. Read this article to learn 6 considerations for mitigating DDoS attacks.

  • Building Robust Endpoint Defenses with Limited Resources

    Sponsored by: Kaspersky Lab

    91% of organizations have experienced at least one attack in the course of a year. It has become clear that security, particularly endpoint security, cannot be ignored. In order to get a proper return on investment, your security must be both comprehensive and targeted. Get into this white paper to learn how to maximize your resources.

  • Selecting Your Next-Generation Firewall Solution

    Sponsored by: Fortinet, Inc.

    As security architects consider how to provide comprehensive threat protection for their enterprises, they face a confusing array of feature sets and vendor claims lacking complete specifications and/or standards-based performance metrics. View this NGFW white paper so that you may approach your CISO with a well-informed recommendation.

  • 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.

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