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  • Ask These Critical Questions and Consider These Risks When Selecting an MDR Provider

    Sponsored by: GoSecure

    According to Gartner, 25% of organizations will be using managed detection and response (MDR) services by 2024. So when considering key requirements and managing risks associated with outsourcing threat detection and response, it’s critical that you ask the right questions. View this Gartner article to learn these questions and more.

  • Phishing Attacks Advanced Techniques That Evade Detection

    Sponsored by: Vade Secure

    The advancement of the phishing attack has left organizations looking for ways to identify the growing number of unique phishing URLs sent to their email servers. From spoofing addresses to exploiting credentials, these attacks grow more complex yearly. Don’t get left behind – read this comprehensive guide on phishing.

  • Email Security for Microsoft 365

    Sponsored by: Vade Secure

    Cybercriminals are using email to target the weakest link in an organization’s cybersecurity chain: humans. You may have enabled email security add-ons for Microsoft 365, but you’re not as safe as you think. Read this white paper to learn how to keep your email safe from phishing, spear phishing and zero-day attacks.

  • Putting the Trust in Zero Trust

    Sponsored by: Lookout

    As workforces become more distributed and employees favor their BYOD devices, cybersecurity risks evolve to the point where traditional perimeter tactics are no longer relevant. Enter zero trust for mobile – a scalable approach to protecting every device within the network. Read on to learn more about this.

  • How Lookout Helps You Align with NIST Guidelines

    Sponsored by: Lookout

    When it comes to structuring cybersecurity strategies and initiatives, many organizations turn to guidelines and best practices outlined by the National Institute of Standard and Technology (NIST). In this case study, take a closer look at NIST’s updated mobile security guidelines and discover how Lookout can help get you aligned.

  • AppSec for the Newly Hired CISO/CSO

    Sponsored by: Contrast Security

    For new CISOs and CSOs, the tasks and demands of the new role can be overwhelming – especially as digital transformation changes conventional approaches to application security. Read this e-book for AppSec guidance and best practices for new CISO/CIOs.

  • How companies in Asia-Pacific are addressing remote workplace security challenges

    Sponsored by: Barracuda

    According to a recent study, 62% of APAC organizations said they wouldn’t have implemented remote working for another 5 years if it weren’t for COVID-19. The rapid adoption of the new normal has left many of these organizations vulnerable – read this white paper to learn how APAC organizations are addressing these security challenges.

  • Why Privileged Access Management Needs to Be Part of Your Virtualization Strategy

    Sponsored by: Tehama

    As organizations rely more on remote capabilities for ensuring productivity during the new normal, cybercriminals have shifted their tactics to focus on this lucrative new vector. This article highlights emerging cyberthreat tactics and overviews the benefits of incorporating privileged access management (PAM) into virtualization strategies.

  • 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.

  • Incident Response Tools: How, When & Why to Use Them

    Sponsored by: Claranet

    Incident response tools are growing in popularity as an effective method for proactively analyzing and addressing the vulnerabilities within your network. This e-guide was written to help readers through the vetting process as well as understand how, when and why to use them – read on to get started.

  • How to Spot a Spear Phishing Email

    Sponsored by: Vade Secure

    The personal nature of spear phishing emails can often make them hard to spot – especially when the sender adopts the persona of a trusted friend or colleague. To help you better spot these attempts, this resource highlights 5 details to look for to determine if an email is spear phishing or legitimate.

  • Dunkirk Enhances Microsoft 365 Email Security with Vade Secure for Microsoft 365

    Sponsored by: Vade Secure

    The victim of targeted attacks, the city and urban community of Dunkirk sought to bolster their defenses against email-based cyberattacks. This case study provides an overview of Dunkirk’s selection criteria as well as the results of their email security project – read on to get started.

  • The Evolution of Application Fraud

    Sponsored by: F5 Networks

    Cyberattacks targeting business applications have been on the rise in recent years – an issue made exponentially more prominent as web applications grew in popularity due to COVID-19 changes. This resource provides an overview of the evolution of application fraud – read on to get started.

  • 5 Steps to Making Better Security Decisions

    Sponsored by: ThreatQuotient

    The goal of any cybersecurity program is to make better decisions faster. However, IT and security teams are often overwhelmed with the number of alerts requiring their attention. In this report, discover a 5-step process for making better security decisions and achieving a more effective response.

  • Measuring and Improving Cyber Defense Using the MITRE ATT&CK Framework

    Sponsored by: ThreatQuotient

    For the past 5 years, the MITRE ATT&CK project has grown into a cybersecurity staple – organizations and their security teams are adopting ATT&CK frameworks with blinding speed (and for good reason). Read this SANS paper to learn more about MITRE ATT&CK and discover why its popularity has skyrocketed.

  • KVC Health Systems Eliminates Email Security Incidents with Vade Secure

    Sponsored by: Vade Secure

    In this case study, discover how KVC was able to address the growing concerns around phishing-related attacks and explore how their partnership with Vade Secure enabled them to protect the sensitive healthcare data of their staff and patients.

  • Learn How to Detect a Phishing Email

    Sponsored by: Vade Secure

    We’ve all come across a poor phishing attempt that was immediately obvious, but cybercriminals are crafty – some phishing emails are nearly indistinguishable from an authentic email. So, where should you look to spot a phishing attack? The following resource provides 7 key areas to look at – check it out.

  • IDC Technology Spotlight

    Sponsored by: GoSecure

    In order to address the increasing frequency (and efficacy) of malware attacks, organizations have begun embracing managed detection and response (MDR) tools. This report provides an overview of MDR required capabilities, emerging trends and a closer look at the key features and capabilities of the GoSecure MDR Platform.

  • 12 Essential Features of Advanced Endpoint Security Tools

    Sponsored by: Claranet

    Endpoint protection of enterprise systems is an efficient method of managing software deployment and enforcing IT security operations' policies. However, it does more than protect a network from malware. Download this e-guide to learn how endpoint security can be used for a number of operation monitoring functions and data backup strategies.

  • The New Business Imperative

    Sponsored by: F5 Networks

    In a business environment where customer behavior is changing, digital transformation is accelerating, the threat of fraud is proliferating and challengers are gaining ground, organizations must change their approach to succeed. Read on to learn more about balancing user functionality and cost-effectiveness.

  • Privileged Access Management to Prevent a Ransomware Attack

    Sponsored by: Hitachi Vantara

    The victims of 2020’s 11 most devastating ransomware attacks have paid a massive sum of $144.2 million in their recovery efforts. In this article, discover how privileged access management (PAM) can be implemented to proactively reduce the threat of ransomware.

  • 2020 SANS Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) Survey

    Sponsored by: ThreatQuotient

    In order to understand the risks that threaten their sensitive data, organizations are embracing cyber threat intelligence (CTI) programs. But how effective are current CTI programs? This research report provides a comprehensive look at the results of the 2020 SANS Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) Survey – read on to get started.

  • Airbus Cybersecurity Strengthens its Threat Intelligence with ThreatQuotient

    Sponsored by: ThreatQuotient

    How do you improve an already mature and reliable offering? For Airbus Cybersecurity, the answer was to enrich the threat intelligence service it had been offering customers since 2011 with contextual information at scale. Read this case study to learn how Airbus partnered with ThreatQuotient to achieve this.

  • 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.

  • The Ultimate Balancing Act: Enabling Emerging Technologies. Ensuring Security

    Sponsored by: Frontier Communications

    In order to defend against today’s fast-evolving threats, cybersecurity experts are recommending a multi-layered approach to network security that doesn’t prevent innovation. Read on to learn more about achieving this balancing act.

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