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  • 3 Steps to Secure Remote Workers and Students

    Sponsored by: Cisco Umbrella

    As remote access appears to become the new norm for students, workers and medical patients, ensuring the security of the users and their devices is critical. In this webinar, join Meg Diaz, head of cloud security marketing at Cisco, as they offer their expertise for securing remote workers and students.

  • How to Combat Fileless Attacks

    Sponsored by: VMware International Unlimited Company

    Cyberattackers are constantly devising new ways to target organizations, utilizing different methods or targeting untapped vectors. In this white paper, take an in-depth look at the increasing risk of fileless attack, how it works and ways to combat these threats.

  • Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) Buyers Guide

    Sponsored by: Entrust, Inc.

    When it comes to digital interactions, trust is a key deciding factor. A popular way of gaining trust is the use of public key infrastructures (PKIs), which enable organizations to ensure end-to-end trust across user networks. This buyers guide offers expert advice for organizations looking to implement PKI. Read on to learn more.

  • The Malicious Bot Playbook: Early Warning Signs, and What to Do About Them

    Sponsored by: Cloudflare

    Similar to social engineering attacks, bot attacks are highly targeted to expose the vulnerabilities of a specific organization. Understanding the telltale bot warning signs has proven to be an effective measure at predicting and preventing attacks. This playbook outlines the common warning signs and tactics for addressing them.

  • Enabling Secure Remote Working in Times of Crisis: Plan Ahead

    Sponsored by: Thales

    As the global remote workforce continues to grow, security efforts need to be adjusted to focus on protecting distributed users and their access to critical data. This article highlights the challenges and best practices for security todays’ remote workforce. Read on to get started.

  • Identity Proofing

    Sponsored by: Entrust, Inc.

    Today’s customers and end users demand fast, secure digital interactions from the organizations they do business with. This white paper highlights the key features and capabilities of Entrust Datacard’s ID Proofing offering, designed to provide fast, accurate and fully digital identity proofing. Read on to learn more.

  • Identity Proofing to Accelerate Customer Acquisition and Onboarding

    Sponsored by: Entrust, Inc.

    As the mobile banking industry grows more competitive, each new application user (or non-user) plays a critical role in the bank’s success. This solution brief takes a closer look at the key features and capabilities of Entrust Datacard’s Identity proofing solution, designed to improve security and customer experience.

  • Securing Corporate Data When Remote Working is the Norm

    Sponsored by: Thales

    As companies are enabling record amounts of remote workers with access to corporate data, it is important for security team s to consider the necessary measures to take for protecting sensitive data. This article offers a list of useful tips for your teams to implement to avoid unnecessary risk. Read on to get started.

  • Finding the Restful Path to Certificate Lifecycle Automation and Integration

    Sponsored by: Entrust, Inc.

    As an IT leader, it’s important to have those you manage focused on the core functionalities of your business rather than be distracted by security processes. In this white paper, explore the features of Entrust Datacard’s PKI REST API, designed to shift some of the security busy-work away from your team. Read on to learn more.

  • Automatic Whole Database Encryption – How It Works

    Sponsored by: NetLib Security

    In this online white paper are three diagrams that show a simplified, brief outline of how Encryptionizer works. Read on to get started.

  • Securely Connect Remote Workforces During the COVID-19 Outbreak

    Sponsored by: Palo Alto Networks

    The recent surge in remote work trends has underlined the importance of adequate security preparations when it comes to protecting endpoints and users. This white paper overviews a few offerings from Palo Alto, and highlights the key features that position them to be helpful in supporting remote workers.

  • Shifting Cloud Security Left with Infrastructure as Code

    Sponsored by: DivvyCloud

    DevOps has forever changed the software development lifecycle for the better. But what is the role of DevOps in ensuring cloud security and compliance? This white paper highlights how addressing key challenges can be addressed by shifting cloud security left – avoiding misconfigurations and misalignments. Read on to learn more.

  • Managing a DDoS attack

    Sponsored by: OVH

    View this step-by-step approach taken by the OVH-designed system to block DDoS attacks at your organization.

  • Your CISSP Prep Guide

    Sponsored by: TechTarget

    Obtaining a CISSP certification is globally recognized as a standard of achievement for security professionals. And whether you have already obtained your CISSP certification or are studying for the test, our CISSP prep guide can help you! To gain access to this guide, provide your valuable insight in our Endpoint Security Research Survey.

  • The Risk of Network Layer and Application Layer DDoS Attacks

    Sponsored by: OVH

    The deployment of 5G will open a lot of networking possibilities due to its improvements in speed, capacity and latency. Those advances, however, also open up the possibility for more severe attacks. In this e-guide, learn more about the threat of DDoS attacks and explore the differences between network layer and application layer DDoS attacks.

  • NIST Application Security Revisions You Need to Know

    Sponsored by: Contrast Security

    NIST is a standard leader in the cybersecurity space that sets guidelines for organizations to follow across different areas of security. This landing page contains several useful resources focusing on the NIST revisions to their application security guidelines.

  • Sentinel Auto API

    Sponsored by: WhiteHat Security

    Traditional API testing is manual, time-consuming, and widely unpopular. In fact, less than 25% of organizations are testing their APIs. However, the critical nature of APIs requires them to be protected. In this data sheet, take a closer look at the key features of Sentinel Auto API and see if it meets for your API security needs.

  • Maintaining the Security Posture

    Sponsored by: Onapsis

    Based on the critical nature of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) applications, they are often under attack by cybercriminals looking to cause disruptions. In this white paper, explore the top threats facing your business-critical applications and discover a list of security recommendations to help you get started.

  • How to Stay Secure as a Retailer Using Cloud to Improve the Customer Experience

    Sponsored by: DivvyCloud

    Today’s retailers are facing stress on several fronts: Customer demands for improved experience, competitive pressures, and the need to ensure regulatory compliance. This cloud security guide for retailers breaks down these common challenges and offers pragmatic advice for developing a roadmap for security and compliance.

  • Keeping your Cloud out of the News

    Sponsored by: DivvyCloud

    It’s a common misconception that embracing cloud requires forfeiture of security. In fact, Gartner predicts that through 2022, at least 95% of cloud security failures will be the customer’s fault, not the provider. This white paper illustrates where the faults lie and explores how DivvyCloud may be able to help.

  • Data Privacy at Automox: Why SaaS Applications Deliver Superior Security

    Sponsored by: Automox

    Cloud computing has seen a meteoric rise from emerging trend to backbone of most technology infrastructures. The growing list of benefits that come from a cloud transformation often overshadow the most common concern – security. In this white paper, learn more about the current cloud security landscape and where it’s expected to go.

  • 2020 Cyber Hygiene Report

    Sponsored by: Automox

    Cyber hygiene, as defined by the Center for Internet Security, is a set of practices designed for proactively protecting organizations from threats. This report contains the findings from recent study into the overall cyber hygiene benefits and challenges across several organizations. Read on to see how you stack up to your peers.

  • AppSec Guide: Complying with New NIST SP 800-53 IAST & RASP Requirements

    Sponsored by: Contrast Security

    The newly released AppSec requirements from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) outline the need to address specific software vulnerabilities in response to the increasing volume of automated attacks. This whitepaper highlights what to expect with the new requirements and provides 4 key steps for ensuring compliance.

  • Webinar: Managing the Cybersecurity Risk of Your Growing Remote Workforce

    Sponsored by: Automox

    Due to recent events, the workforce has completely shifted, and organizations are forced to adopt remote work policies. In this webinar, join two Automox security experts as they offer insight into seamlessly transitioning your security posture (including endpoints and mobile devices) to reflect the changes in your workforce.

  • Boosting Cybersecurity Immunity: Confronting Risks in Today’s Work-From-Home world

    Sponsored by: Capgemini

    The spread of COVID-19 has led to a massive and dramatic shift towards working from home and a major increase in email attacks. Learn how you can address the heightened cybersecurity risks that come with the shift towards remote workers and mobile devices.

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