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  • The Ultimate Guide to Securing Today's Remote Workforce

    Sponsored by: TechTarget

    After Gartner re-examined its 2020 forecast in the wake of the pandemic, analysts now recommend securing the remote workforce as a top priority for enterprises. In fact, password security and remote access for employees are areas that need to be addressed first. Learn more about what security experts and analysts recommend in our new guide.

  • A Comprehensive Guide On How To Secure Your Remote Workforce: The Critical Role Of A Secure VPN

    Sponsored by: Palo Alto Networks

    Secure remote work is hot topic even now, and as such, VPNs still have the full attention of security teams and professionals. While many organizations use VPN, some are not aware of the full scale of benefits it can provide. Leverage this white paper to learn why secure VPN is essential to remote workforce security.

  • How To Secure Your Vpn – And Then Rethink It Entirely

    Sponsored by: Okta

    For years, VPNs have allowed employees to securely access apps, databases and email systems outside of the corporate network. But as companies enable distributed work from everywhere, VPNs are being reconsidered. Download this infographic to learn how a 4-stage approach to zero-trust security can help you phase out your VPN.

  • A Computer Weekly buyer's guide to video conferencing and collaboration

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    In this 17-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looks at how employers can support a future of flexible working, with video conferencing, collaboration, augmented reality and unified comms technologies all lined up to play a part.

  • Making Sense of Zero-Trust Security

    Sponsored by: TechTarget

    In today's age of remote work, dealing with VPNs is an uphill battle. Lower bandwidth, constant reconfiguration and high cost all cost end users time and peace of mind. That's why zero-trust security is undergoing a renaissance. The assumption of present threats allows users to feel secure from anywhere. Download this expert guide to learn more.

  • Security Think Tank Pt.1 - 2020 bought us universal remote working. So what next?...

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    In this e-guide: Each month Computer Weekly poses a question to its Security Think Tank, a panel of cyber security experts comprising industry insiders, technologists, analysts, legal experts and educators, to share their years of collective cyber security wisdom with the security community.

  • Work from home securely by following these simple tips

    Sponsored by: Zivver

    Businesses are still getting used to remote employees, and as such, security concerns are still being raised. But these remote employees can help ease some of these concerns by being more mindful about IT security. Study this article to learn 8 security tips for keeping your work-from-home environment on lockdown.

  • Making Sense of Zero-Trust Security

    Sponsored by: TechTarget

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  • Zero-Trust Network Access

    Sponsored by: NetMotion

    If you’re part of the 98% of organizations using a mix of on-prem and cloud applications, chances you still want to keep your VPN, but you’re exploring more flexible network access options as well. Leverage this white paper to explore NetMotion’s Zero-Trust Network Access, which allows you to run zero trust while retaining your VPN.

  • Axis Keeps Cardenas Markets Well-Stocked & Well-Protected

    Sponsored by: Axis Security

    For years, Cardenas Markets, a grocery store chain, used traditional VPNs as their preferred method of provisioning access to their data. However, while this approach provided their partners with secure access, it failed to allow effective control. Read this case study to see how Axis helped Cardenas to revamp their access management program.

  • Enterprise VPN Software Solutions

    Sponsored by: NetMotion

    Modern approaches to remote access such as SDP are emerging, but most enterprises will continue to need a robust VPN that meets the needs of the increasingly mobile workforce. As such, NetMotion has designed a VPN with a focus in optimizing experience for mobile workers. Access this product page to learn more.

  • An Introduction to Software-Defined Perimeters (SDP) and Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA)

    Sponsored by: NetMotion

    87% of organizations were using a VPN in 2020 – 45% of organizations will still be using a VPN by the end of 2023. This is due to the growing popularity of software-defined perimeters (SDP), otherwise known as zero trust network access (ZTNA). In this white paper, discover how SDP/ZTNA works and why it’s the next step in remote access.

  • The Ultimate Guide to Securing Today's Remote Workforce

    Sponsored by: TechTarget

    How will the lessons learned over the past year shape your endpoint and remote worker security goals for 2021? Let us know in this short survey and receive FREE access to our e-guide, The Ultimate Guide to Securing Today's Remote Workforce.

  • The Ultimate Guide to Securing Today's Remote Workforce

    Sponsored by: TechTarget

    How will the lessons learned over the past year shape your endpoint and remote worker security goals for 2021? Let us know in this short survey and receive FREE access to our e-guide, The Ultimate Guide to Securing Today's Remote Workforce.

  • Learning from COVID-19: Security and Continuity Planning

    Sponsored by: Panda Security

    As organizations search for ways to improve network performance in the wake of almost-ubiquitous remote work, security threats loom larger and larger. But IT professionals cannot face this challenge alone – they need a set of guidelines to manage security and continuity planning. Read this in-depth e-book to learn some of these guidelines.

  • COVID-19 & Beyond: Will the WFH Explosion Revolutionize Enterprise Security Architecture?

    Sponsored by: Gigamon

    New research shows why planning for a long-term remote workforce is critical and which approaches to turn to during COVID-19 and beyond. For those tasked with protecting network security, the work-from-home model creates unprecedented challenges. Read the paper to learn how to mitigate risks, gain control and secure the future.

  • 5 Ways to Keep Remote Workers Secure and Productive

    Sponsored by: Absolute Software Corporation

    Organizations are working remote whether they like it or not. As a result, best practices must be in place, and steps must be taken to ensure that your network has both the bandwidth and the security to keep your employees productive. Explore this white paper for 5 ways to ensure remote continuity.

  • A Computer Weekly buyer's guide to Threat Management

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    Threat management has become a vital component in the cyber security strategy of many businesses. In this19-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looks at why threat management should be tailored to your company's needs, the strength in combining it with other security systems and how cloud-based security can reduce costs.

  • Remote Work in the Age of COVID-19

    Sponsored by: AppNeta

    The average 100,000 person organization has between 1,500 and 3,000 applications that run the business. In examining the applications in your organization, do they provide ample threat protection while still being able to run smoothly? Learn recommended steps to evolve your network strategy to support long-term remote work.

  • Voice Over VPN vs. Voice Over Cloud: A Side-By-Side Comparison

    Sponsored by: Talkdesk

    Download this white paper to learn about the problems with relying on an on-prem VPN for voice communication and see why the cloud is the better choice for a WFH contact center.

  • The Ten Tenets of an Effective SASE Solution

    Sponsored by: Palo Alto Networks

    As networks become increasingly dispersed, organizations struggle to keep pace and ensure security, privacy, and integrity. Recently, organizations have begun incorporating secure access service edge (SASE) frameworks. This e-book goes in-depth into what SASE is, and 10 principles required to make them effective.

  • Top VPNs secretly owned by Chinese firms

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    Nearly a third of top VPNs are secretly owned by Chinese companies, while other owners are based in countries with weak or no privacy laws, potentially putting users at risk, security researchers warn. Dive into this story now.

  • A Computer Weekly buyer’s guide to perimeterless network security

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    Perimeterless network security is expanding the horizons of businesses looking to protect their data. In this buyer's guide, we look at how a secure perimeterless digital workplace is best achieved, explore the previous barriers perimeterless security can overcome and assess how traditional network security can be banished to the past.

  • Top VPNs secretly owned by Chinese firms

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    Nearly a third of top VPNs are secretly owned by Chinese companies, while other owners are based in countries with weak or no privacy laws, potentially putting users at risk, security researchers warn. Dive into this story now.

  • A Computer Weekly buyer's guide to Threat Management

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    Threat management has become a vital component in the cyber security strategy of many businesses. In this19-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looks at why threat management should be tailored to your company's needs, the strength in combining it with other security systems and how cloud-based security can reduce costs.

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