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Comments Off on Behind the Mask: The Changing Face of Hacking
Headlines featuring large-scale cyber breaches at Target, Home Depot, Sony Pictures, and others have taught us one thing—no-one is safe. But who are the hackers who are able to pull off such huge attacks against sophisticated targets, including the U.S. Government? And how do they do it? This new report will help you learn more about hackers and how they work. And that can help you better plan and deploy your own defenses. Read it to underst...
Comments Off on An Unlikely Partnership? Application Security and Development
Agile development organizations often see application security considerations as impediments to the rapid release cycles they strive for. But releasing software with vulnerabilities opens the door to hackers and puts the entire business at risk. How do you develop an application security program that protects the business without impacting time to market? This white paper explores the tension between development and security teams and proposes an a...
Comments Off on Survey Shows Organizations Have Plenty of Room for Improvement with IT Security
A new survey from IDG Research Services tells the story: most organizations lack confidence in the ability of their security defenses to keep them safe. In fact, more than half said 100% security is a pipe dream. This summary by Network World lays out the facts but also presents an approach to detect malware and prevent it from spreading throughout the network. Read the summary to learn: • How respondents view their security measures â€...
Comments Off on Advanced Threat Detection and Remediation: Why It’s Needed
In 2014 detected cyber security incidents rose sharply to 42.8 million, and the financial impact of cyber crime increased by 34 percent. An effective cyber security program has never been more important. And an effective program must not only attempt to detect and block incoming threats, it must detect and neutralize successful attacks before the damage is done. This white paper explains why advanced threat detection is now a necessary part of any ...
Comments Off on The ESG Cybersecurity Maturity Model
How does your cyber security program compare to other companies? Where do your security people, processes, and technology place you among peer organizations? And more important, what should be your next steps to improve your program? Based on their research, Enterprise Strategy Group has developed a cyber security maturity model that classifies organizations as basic, progressing, or advanced. Read this report to learn: • The security phil...
Comments Off on State of Security Operations 2015
Your ability to detect and stop cyber attacks depends on the effectiveness of your security operations team. How does yours stack up to the best? And what should you do to improve? HP Security Intelligence and Operations Consulting has assessed the capabilities of 87 security operations centers worldwide. This updated 2015 report bring you the latest information. Read it to learn: • The latest trends in security defenses and operations â...
Comments Off on Internet of Things Security Study: Home Security Systems Report
Home security and remote monitoring systems are a major application of the Internet of Things (IoT). Most include sensors, motion detectors, video cameras, and recorders—all connected via the cloud to a mobile device or the web. But are they—and IoT applications in general—secure from hackers? This research study uses HP Fortify on Demand to test 10 popular home security systems. The results will make you feel anything but secu...
Posted on Aug 9 2015 - 3:22pm by Newsfeed
Comments Off on IBM, Temasek Polytechnic to train cyber security professionals for Singapore
(Source: Enterprise Innovation)  The opening of the Temasek Polytechnic-IBM Security Operations Centre (SOC) will ... The Ponemon 2015 Cost of a Data Breach Study has also found that the ......
Posted on Aug 9 2015 - 3:16pm by Newsfeed
Comments Off on Old Intel chips are vulnerable to a fresh security exploit
(Source: Engadget) If you have an old, Intel-based computer hanging around, you might want to get rid of it post-haste. Security researcher Chris Domas has discovered a ......
Posted on Aug 5 2015 - 4:28pm by Newsfeed
Comments Off on Secured2 and LiquidCool Team for ‘Unhackable’ Data Security
(Source: The VAR Guy) The Holy Grail of data security is an “unhackable” solution, which seems very difficult to accomplish in these days of increasingly sophisticated security attacks ......