With security threats becoming more and more prevalent, many organizations and businesses are choosing to partner with a Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) as an extension of their security program. Most MSSPs offer a range of services including log monitoring, log management, device management, vulnerability...
In this brave new world of heightened fraud schemes, technology is a two-edged sword, says Banigan, Global Marketing Leader, Insurance, at IBM.
"Insurers, rightfully so, want to make things more convenient for their policy holders," Banigan says. "They want to improve engagement with them through technology and...
A new layer of security in organizations, focused specifically on the protection and management
of identities, is a critical new requirement in efforts to stem the tide of breaches. Of these identities, none are so
critical as those belonging to privileged users.
Malicious users predictably follow a logical...
Spear phishing continues to pose an acute threat to any organization holding
what the cyber underground views as valuable data. We know this because spear phishing
continues to turn up as the trigger for massive network breaches, from Target and Sony
Pictures to Anthem and the U.S. Office of Personnel Management....
The usual arguments in making a business case to implement some particular technical security control as the means to safeguard an organization's sensitive data sound familiar and seem reasonable. However, in reality, these decisions should actually be driven by three interconnected parts: context, risk and...
The modern organisation has recognised the need to embrace mobile devices in the workplace. Some have fully implemented a bring-your-own-device (BYOD) program, while others are now just starting to consider these mobility programs. Whether you've already embraced enterprise mobility or are just starting to consider...
The purpose of this research is to understand the economic risk due to the explosive use of mobile devices with access to sensitive and confidential information in the
workplace. In this study, the financial consequences of malware infections and hackers that target employees' devices can be enormous.
Every year, cybersecurity pundits cast predictions for which issues will make headlines in the year to come. Instead of assessing what the next 365 days
will bring, this report outlines predictions with a three year rolling window.
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How the PCs and mobile...
Cloud application growth is booming, but there
can be new challenges to enabling
a successful cloud operating
This is why any company considering
a cloud initiative needs to closely
consider network performance
between users, applications and their
cloud services. While many businesses
Cloud success starts with the right network strategy. Moving business-critical applications to the cloud- development and testing, Big Data analysis, data archiving and systems backup- requires guaranteed throughput, consistent data flow and low latency. That's why network architecture is just as important as...
Cloud is a key enabler of improved business performance. Better and more consistent application performance and availability, greater flexibility and business agility, and lower costs can all be found through with the right connection to the cloud.
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Today's cyber threats are increasing in volume, diversity
and sophistication, rapidly outstripping the ability of point
security solutions to safeguard critical data, applications
and systems. Network-based security from Level 3 replaces
these vulnerable point solutions with a multi-layered approach
Point solutions are labor intensive and are simply unable to keep pace with the complexities of today's business environments and the evolving nature of threats. Proactive, network-based security eliminates that complexity and simplifies the management of your security profile.
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Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) is the primary
mechanism used for communication between Voiceover-
IP (VoIP) devices and networks. SIP allows businesses to create a whole new level of
functionality by taking advantage of the convergence
of voice and data networks, including call center
Companies have begun embracing
Session Initiation Protocol (SIP)
Trunking as a way to cut costs by
consolidating their voice and data
networks and to increase productivity
by enabling sophisticated unified
communications and collaboration
applications and services.
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