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Posted on Aug 13 2015 - 5:33pm by Newsfeed
Comments Off on Cryptzone Joins Cloud Security Alliance
(Source: Cryptzone) “Cryptzone offers a unique, comprehensive approach to securing data ... and consumer products trust Cryptzone to keep their data and applications secure....
Comments Off on 2015 Cyber Risk Report
We're making it easy for hackers. New technologies like mobile, Big Data, and the Internet of Things expand the attack surface and bring new technologies they can exploit. In addition, weaknesses in code that is decades old and common problems like server misconfiguration, weak passwords, and poor coding practices open doors that should have been closed long ago. To protect your business, you need an in-depth understanding of the evolving threat lands...
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 Outrunning the Bear: 5 Critical Ways to Take a More Collaborative Approach to IT Security
Studies show the average time to resolve a security breach once detected is more than 45 days, and companies lose more than $1.6 million during that time. The obstacles to faster response include lack of resources and an inability to effectively communicate and collaborate among the multiple teams and tools larger enterprises rely on for protection. This white paper examines the "outrun the bear" approach prevalent in IT security: you don't have to...
Comments Off on Breach Response: How to Prepare for the Inevitable
To avoid being breached, you have to get it right every single time. To breach you, hackers only have to get it right once. Experts advise breaches are inevitable. And according to Ponemon Institute, the average time to resolve a cyber attack is 45 days, with an average cost of $35,647 per day. The key to minimizing damage is preparation. This white paper tells you what you need to know to be prepared for a breach. Read it to understand: •...
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...