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  • Mimecast Cyber Resilience For Email

    Sponsored by: Mimecast

    Listen as Joel Bedoford and Phillip Clark from Mimecast explore the current cyber resilience landscape for Australian businesses and unpack survey results from 257 IT decisions makers on the topic of Cyber Resilience for Email.

  • 6 Steps to Container Security

    Sponsored by: Trend Micro, Inc.

    Container security is challenging, as it covers so many aspects of the development process and supporting infrastructure. The overall strategy can be simply put as "secure outside in". In this white paper, discover 6 steps to implementing the "secure outside in" approach.

  • This is the #1 Threat to Your Digital Properties

    Sponsored by: The Media Trust

    In the early days of the Web and e-commerce, CISOs could secure the web application code developed by internal teams. But now, the majority of a website's code relies on third-parties. In this white paper, learn what CISOs need to know in order to protect themselves and their digital properties from malicious third-party code.

  • Zero Trust Internet Is the Answer for 100% Email and Web Security

    Sponsored by: Menlo Security

    Today's products categorize Internet content as being either malicious or safe and this approach is known to fail. Internet isolation enables the Zero Trust Internet and takes the guesswork out of security by assuming that all Internet content is malicious. In this white paper, learn more about Internet Isolation and Zero Trust Internet.

  • How Internet Isolation Eliminates Threats That Evade Sandboxes

    Sponsored by: Menlo Security

    Many organizations rely on a sandbox to protect against sophisticated email or malware threats. However, attackers have now figured out how to outsmart sandboxes and design attacks that appear normal to evade detection. In this webinar, Vinay Pidathala will discuss these techniques and how to defend against them using Internet Isolation.

  • Malware: The Ubiquitous Menace

    Sponsored by: The Media Trust

    Every day seems to bring news of web-based malware attacking another popular, highly trafficked website, causing harm to visitors and tarnishing the site owner's reputation and bottom line. In this white paper, learn how IT and SOC managers can protect their customers and employees by addressing security gaps on the front-end of their website.

  • 5 Signs of Malicious Activity Your Organization May Be Overlooking

    Sponsored by: Farsight Security

    If given even the smallest window of opportunity, cybercriminals will exploit any Internet service or infrastructure to support their campaigns. Security and IT admins play critical roles in monitoring networks for indicators of malicious activity. In this infographic, explore 5 signs of malicious activity your organization may be overlooking.

  • 6 Security Facts that Organizations aren't Considering

    Sponsored by: The Media Trust

    In this white paper, discover the 6 security facts that you should start considering to make your websites more secure.

  • The 6 Most Common Types of Phishing Attacks

    Sponsored by: Inky Technology

    Phishing attacks are on the rise and attackers are constantly evolving their tactics to trick victims. In this white paper, explore 6 of the most common types of phishing attacks.

  • Understanding Phishing Attacks: Confusable Domains

    Sponsored by: Inky Technology

    Phishing scammers are nothing if not clever. There has been a constant stream of devious innovation from attackers. One technique that attackers commonly use is confusable domains. In this white paper, learn how confusable domains work and how INKY Phish Fence can prevent confusable domain attacks at your organization.

  • What Is Phishing and What Are Top CISOs Doing About It?

    Sponsored by: Inky Technology

    In the last year, different types of phishing attacks have begun to emerge. One example is a wire transfer scam in which attackers steal money from companies after suggesting an overdue bill or unpaid invoice. Download this blog to explore different types of phishing attacks and see what businesses can do to prevent them.

  • How to Automate an API Security Program

    Sponsored by: Data Theorem

    Join Doug Dooley, COO at Data Theorem, as he discusses the need to automate API security. As modern companies grow, they expose their data to an increasing number of outside applications. It's critical that DevOps and Security teams are aligned on how to scale their API connections while automating the protection of their data.

  • Are Your People Sharing Too Much Information?

    Sponsored by: BT

    What is published on the internet may be there forever, and in the wrong hands this open source intelligence could be used against you. In this article, explore 3 steps organizations can take to help prevent sensitive company data form being unintentionally shared.

  • The Golden State Warriors Case Study: Leading on the Court and in Social Media

    Sponsored by: Proofpoint

    As the Golden State Warriors' social media pages became more popular, bad actors were attracted to the large audiences. They began posting malware, phishing scams and spam to their pages. In this case study, learn how the Warriors were able to manage this malicious behavior by bringing in Proofpoint's Nexgate team.

  • Why CASB Alone Isn't Enough

    Sponsored by: Open Systems

    Download this white paper to learn about the benefits of a complete web protection platform and why a CASB is no longer enough.

  • Malicious Cryptominers are Eyeing Your Resources.

    Sponsored by: Cisco Umbrella

    Malicious cryptominers tap into an organization's computing power in order to create cryptocurrencies and generate profit for themselves. If your organization is protected, it can cost you in many ways. In this white paper, learn how to protect your organization using Cisco Umbrella as your first line of defense.

  • Protect Your Organization From Unwanted Cryptomining

    Sponsored by: Cisco Umbrella

    Malicious cryptomining is a browser or software-based threat that enables bad actors to secretly use a business' computing power to mine digital currency. Bad actors are drawn to cryptomining because it's an easy and anonymous way for them to generate cash. In this white paper, learn how to protect your organization from cryptomining.

  • 2018 Threat Report

    Sponsored by: CenturyLink

    As cyberthreats proliferate, organizations often seek to find the silver bullet for cybersecurity issues. With so many differing viewpoints of the threat landscape, identifying actionable intelligence is difficult. In this threat report, explore key insights on what the CenturyLink Threat Research Labs sees across the CenturyLink global backbone.

  • Advanced Authentication Technologies for Detecting Real-time Threats to Banks

    Sponsored by: HID Global

    Any financial institution or business that offers online financial services is a top target for hackers. If customers connecting to banking applications are doing so via infected devices, the malware resident can collect sensitive information. In this white paper, learn how ActivID Threat Detection Services can help protect your sensitive data.

  • RingCentral Case Study

    Sponsored by: Data Theorem

    RingCentral did not have the experts or a scalable platform to provide security coverage for their mobile apps. However, they have a requirement with their customers and partners to perform third-party security testing for all of their apps. In this case study, learn how RingCentral was able to address this issue using Data Theorem's App Secure.

  • Business Case for Web Isolation

    Sponsored by: Menlo Security

    As cyberattacks increase in frequency and sophistication, customers feel forced to deploy an array of solutions in the hope that a best-of-breed mindset will protect their network. In this white paper, learn how Menlo Security's Isolation Platform can help companies reduce the financial risk of cyberattacks.

  • Isolation: A Part of the Modern Security Architecture

    Sponsored by: Menlo Security

    Cyberattacks are a worldwide threat, and every person, government, and organization connected to the Internet needs to be aware of it. Most attacks leverage the ubiquitous web for proliferation. In this white paper, learn how Menlo Security's multi-tenant platform can create a safe web environment.

  • How to Evaluate Bot Management Solutions

    Sponsored by: Radware

    Regardless of the size of your organization, the escalating intensity of global bot traffic and the increasing severity of its overall impact mean that bot management solutions are crucial to ensuring business continuity and success. Several bot management options are available, but which one is right for you? Download this white paper to find out.

  • The Hacker Report

    Sponsored by: HackerOne

    Many hackers are finding career building opportunities through bug bounties, with companies hiring from within the hacker community at a faster clip than ever before. As hacking grows in popularity, training continues to be a focus. Download this research report that details more than 300,000 individuals who represent the hacker community today.

  • Hacker-Powered Pen Tests and the Power of More

    Sponsored by: HackerOne

    Like traditional penetration testing, a hacker-powered pen test like the HackerOne Challenge program runs for a fixed time period. But it also brings to bear the skills of up to thousands of hackers who probe your web applications for vulnerabilities. In this white paper, learn about the advantages of HackerOne Challenge.

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