Threat intelligence helps organizations become more proactive in their cybersecurity efforts. But not all threat intelligence is created equal. Traditional threat intelligence is tactical in nature, helping defenders more quickly respond to existing threats in your network. But you need to go beyond this...
The past few years have seen a steady stream of data breaches and yet the state of cyber risk management overall remains largely inconsistent. This is a problem because data breaches often lead to expensive and long-lasting ramifications. These developments reinforce the notion, particularly for those that are not...
It has become accepted in many security
corners that "breach is inevitable." But Rohyt
Belani, CEO of PhishMe, rejects that notion.
Hear how he believes organizations should
be arming their employees to help fight back
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SANS conducted a survey focused
on the current state of Incident Response (IR), polling security
professionals from more than 19 industries and various-sized companies
and organizations. The goal was to get a clearer picture of what IR teams
are up against today - the types of attacks they see and what...
Today's multinational organizations face seemingly insurmountable challenges understanding data risk and securing data across global borders. Data continues to proliferate at astonishing rates, making the task of locating sensitive data, let alone identifying its value and relative risk, one of Sisyphean proportions....
Best practice for the use and management of privileged accounts
is a topic that even experienced IT professionals find
IT professionals need to ensure that important maintenance
and management tasks can be completed in a timely
manner, so they often share the passwords
for very powerful accounts...
Effectively managing privileged accounts (sometimes called
superuser accounts) is becoming more and more critical as
security and compliance emerge as the driving forces behind
most IT initiatives. Unfortunately, native tools and manual
practices for privileged account management are proving to be
The world of identity and access management (IAM) is one
of constant change, shrinking deadlines, minuscule budgets,
overtaxed staff and unmerciful regulations. Unfortunately,
this historical approach to IAM involves piecing together "half
solutions" in hope that tomorrow's solutions will address real
Even though the pass-the-hash (PtH) attack was originally
published 1997, these types of attacks
have recently come to the forefront again. Given this reality,
organizations need advanced solutions that can help protect
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For many organizations, compliance with data security
standards doesn't seem to be getting easier. Although HIPAA represents
only a portion of the data security compliance obligations
faced by most organizations handling healthcare data, it
is one of the most significant.
Achieving and proving your
One of the most important aspects of an identity and
access management (IAM) program is the securing,
management and governance of the accounts belonging
to superusers - privileged accounts.
accounts require access management - ensuring that
admins have the access they need to do their job -...
For many organizations, compliance with data security standards doesn't seem to be getting easier. Although Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) represents only a portion of the total scope
of compliance obligations faced by most organizations, it
is a critical piece of the compliance challenge.
and proving your...
Privileged accounts are a necessity in any enterprise IT
environment, since they enable administrators to manage
the environment. But as news reports constantly remind
us, granting privileged access increases the risk of a security
breach, no matter what industry your organization represents.
In 2015 alone, 84 million new pieces of malware were created. How can organizations hope to keep pace with the new strains and tactics?
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The state of malware today;
The new leading edge solutions that have emerged;
Why many modern security solutions still struggle...
Using open source code is not necessarily a problem, but not knowing what open source you're using can be extremely dangerous, particularly when so much open source contains security flaws.
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Key application security challenges your organization will face;