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  • Security Controls for Effective Micro-Segmentation

    Sponsored by: ShieldX

    With cyberattacks becoming increasingly difficult to identify and mitigate, organizations shift towards Forrester’s Zero Trust Model to protect their post-perimeter environments against lateral movements. In this white paper, explore security controls and evaluation criteria for the foundational elements of your zero-trust strategy.

  • ESG XDR Paper: Beyond EDR

    Sponsored by: Trend Micro

    76% of companies feel that threat detection and response is more difficult today than it was 2 years ago. SIEM approaches are becoming too costly, and EDR tools aren’t a standalone option. So, what options, if any, do organizations have? Read on to learn more.

  • Lattes, Lunch, and VPNs: Securing Remote Workers the Right Way

    Sponsored by: Malwarebytes

    In this short story, following the journey of Olivia and Luciana as they face the cybersecurity threats associated with remote workers, VPNs and cloud platforms to establish the necessary technologies and employee enablement to overcome these challenges and reshape their security strategy.

  • How to Build a Winning Cybersecurity Team

    Sponsored by: Global Knowledge

    Just like a sports team, cybersecurity teams need to be carefully built and managed in order to reach peak performance. Effective cybersecurity teams also require adequate processes and technologies to support their efforts. So, what should you consider when building a winning cybersecurity team? Read on to find out.

  • Malwarebytes Endpoint Protection & Response (EDR)

    Sponsored by: Malwarebytes

    According to a study, close to 60% of endpoints harbor hidden threats. These threats can disrupt productivity and cause financial and legal damage. In this solution brief, explore Malwarebytes’ Endpoint Protection and Response (EDR) platform and uncover its key features and benefits.

  • Emerging Technology Analysis: SOAR Solutions

    Sponsored by: ThreatQuotient

    Although SOAR and SIEM share similar security capabilities, they are distinct markets unlikely to consolidate. However, technology leaders at SOAR providers need to understand this distinction in order to build upon existing SIEM services. This deep dive from Gartner focuses on SOAR and offers recommendations for SOAR providers.

  • A Modern Approach to Endpoint Remediation

    Sponsored by: Malwarebytes

    According to incident response teams, 68% of cases they investigate are caused by malware. The costs and manpower required to remediate these issues is rising, and organizations need a modern approach to protecting their endpoints. In this solution brief, dive deeper into Malwarebytes’ modern approach to endpoint protection and response.

  • Onboarding IT Service Providers Shouldn’t be Complicated, Costly, or Risky

    Sponsored by: Tehama

    Enterprises need to secure, accelerate, and simplify how they onboard external third parties and provide access to critical and vulnerable systems while mitigating the cybersecurity risks. This white paper goes in-depth into the associated risks and outlines potential tactics for ensuring security during the onboarding process.

  • Buyer’s Guide Digital Identity Verification

    Sponsored by: Mitek Systems, Inc.

    Much of today’s customer interaction is done via digital interactions. As this trend continues to grow, organizations need to ensure that they balance customer experience with security. This buyer’s guide provides an overview of current identity verification tools as well as an evaluation workbook to steer you towards an informed decision.

  • ThreatQ for Critical Infrastructure

    Sponsored by: ThreatQuotient

    Critical infrastructure attacks can have long-term impacts on vital industries like power, healthcare, defense, food production and more. In this edition of ThreatQuotient’s Industry Brief, take an in-depth look into the challenges and key statistics surrounding critical infrastructure security.

  • Buyer’s Guide to Threat Intelligence Platforms

    Sponsored by: ThreatQuotient

    As organizations begin to build their threat intelligence operations, they must consider how they will organize their data. Threat intelligence platforms (TIPs) give IT teams the visibility required to make the most of existing resources. Read this white paper to learn more about TIP, and how to go about making an informed buying decision.

  • Protect your users and devices with Cisco Umbrella and Cisco AMP for Endpoints

    Sponsored by: Cisco Umbrella

    An estimated 70% of breaches start on endpoints – laptops, workstations, servers and mobile devices. Why are attackers targeting endpoints, and how can an organization better defend itself? Read this solution brief to discover how combining Cisco Umbrella and Cisco AMP can allow you establish effective endpoint protection.

  • How to Safeguard Against Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) Attacks

    Sponsored by: Tala Security

    Cross-site scripting (XSS) attacks are a rising concern for all industries and will continue to be a favored strategy for cybercriminals. With a proactive and strategic approach, your organization can ensure web application security. Read on to learn more.

  • Cisco Umbrella & Duo Security: Protect users and secure access to applications

    Sponsored by: Cisco Umbrella

    As remote workstations and BYOD devices continue to rise in popularity, traditional perimeter security tactics need to me revised with focus on the network and applications. In this data sheet, discover how Cisco Umbrella and Duo Security solutions work together to achieve secure access to any device.

  • The Right Way to Combat Customer Journey Hijacking

    Sponsored by: Tala Security

    Most IT security teams focus on protecting user data, with little focus on user experience. By implementing a strategy that provides front-end and back-end protection, you can safeguard the interactions customers have with you, prevent the financial and reputational impacts of customer journey hijacking. Read on to get started.

  • Magic Quadrant for Managed Security Services, Worldwide

    Sponsored by: Alert Logic

    Managed security services (MSSs) enable organizations to outsource certain tasks to ensure security events are being monitored 24/7. In this Gartner Magic Quadrant report, go in-depth into the key MSS providers to identify those best aligned to the needs of your organization.

  • Machine Learning Applications for Banking Fraud Detection

    Sponsored by: Dataiku

    AI-based systems can augment regulatory alert systems and improve analysts’ workflow by reducing noise without discarding results. Access this paper to view the 3 types of anomalies to look out for, understand examples of how banks use fraud and anomaly detection, and learn how to build a basic, machine learning-based fraud detection system.

  • Your Email Security is Ineffective, and Getting Worse

    Sponsored by: Ironscales

    The impacts of phishing attacks continue to expose the gaps in current email security tactics and highlights why organizations need to adapt their existing approach to meet the requirements of modern threats. Read on to uncover the key data insights from this Aberdeen study into the email security landscape.

  • ZeroNorth 2019 End of Year Report

    Sponsored by: ZeroNorth

    2019 has been a formative year in cybersecurity – growing security risks and compliance regulations put pressure on organizations to rethink their current strategy. This annual report highlights key statistics to show where the security landscape is trending to help you position yourself for success in 2020.

  • How to Conquer Phishing? Beat the Clock

    Sponsored by: Ironscales

    Reducing the risk of phishing attacks is a race against time – defenders must respond before their own users are to open emails and click on malicious links. In fact, Aberdeen’s research show that defenders have a median of 134 seconds to respond. Continue to uncover the remaining key data points related to this phishing attacks research.

  • Business Email Compromise: The Catalyst for Mailbox Level Email Security

    Sponsored by: Ironscales

    As phishing attack grow in sophistication, organizations must establish security protocols to meet these evolving threats. One emerging threat is business email compromise (BEC), which affects more than 500 businesses per day. In this white paper, go in-depth into BEC, what makes it so successful and how organizations can mitigate the risks.

  • The Missing Link in Website Security

    Sponsored by: Tala Security

    Traditional back-end website security technologies are ineffective at maintaining security in today’s threat landscape – especially considering the additional pressures of regulatory requirements. In this white paper, take a look at the key gaps in the website security environment and explore ways to rethink current tactics.

  • Network Security Best Practices

    Sponsored by: Netwrix Corporation

    While ensuring the security of your network is a critical task, the amount of tactics and technologies that exist to support this effort can seem overwhelming. This white paper breaks down the basic aspects, tactics, and best practices related to network security in order to help guide your IT security team. Read on to get started.

  • A Buyer’s Guide to Automating Personal Data Rights for CCPA and GDPR

    Sponsored by: BigID

    With the arrival of data rights and privacy regulations, organizations face increasing pressure to maintain strategies that ensure data protection. The risks for failing to do so include financial, legal and reputational damage. Read this buyer’s guide to ensure your organization informed on the key aspects of data discovery.

  • Mobile Phishing 2018: Myths and Facts Facing Every Modern Enterprise Today

    Sponsored by: Lookout Inc.

    Mobile devices have opened a profitable new window of opportunity for criminals executing phishing attacks. This white paper explores the common myths and facts around mobile phishing to help your organization identify and remediate threats.

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