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Managed Services: A Security Problem and Solution

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Almost any IT function can be purchased as a service, even security. We look at security issues posed by managed services, and the shortcut to comprehensive IT security that managed security services providers offer.

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Cyber Insurance: Insuring Your Data When Protecting It Fails

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Cyber insurance could be the difference between staying in business or shutting down for good because of a data breach.

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Application Firewalls: Protecting Web Applications from Attacks

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Application firewalls are a critical security layer between web traffic and your application server. Learn how WAF technology stops attacks and who the top vendors are.

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CASB 101: How Cloud Access Security Brokers Can Make Your Data More Secure

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More companies are moving sensitive data to the cloud, increasing the need to secure that data. One popular approach is called a cloud access security broker, or CASB. Find out more about CASB technology and products here.

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Sophos Intercept X Brings an End to Ransomware

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Intercept X from Sophos brings a bandolier of silver bullets to the ransomware fight, leaving cybercriminals scattering for cover.

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2016 Data Protection Benchmark Study

Data loss remains a serious issue , and data loss prevention is an important tool for companies to reduce the risk of a breach. The Ponemon Institute conducted a global survey of 1,000 IT decision makers, to develop benchmarks for data loss prevention incidents, visibility, and maturity.

Hybrid WAN Services Emerging as a Viable Network Option

Business customers have relied on MPLS–based VPN service as their primary connectivity for their private networking needs for many years now. Ovum now sees an emerging trend of alternatives that can complement or replace MPLS–based VPN services. The growing use of Ethernet, …

Is the Future of Enterprise Security in Managed Services?

Today's reality is that security is becoming an increasingly complex and costly challenge for many organizations to manage on premises. Despite enterprises' best efforts to bolster their security posture and keep current with emerging vulnerabilities, cyberattacks persist, and data …

Multi–factor Authentication: Moving Beyond User Names & Passwords

Typical web applications are protected with single-factor authentication: a user name and password. These credentials, in addition to being difficult to manage, leave sensitive data and applications vulnerable to a variety of common attacks. As enterprises adopt more cloud applications, …
 
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TrackVia Combines Low-Code Apps with Security Best Practices

TrackVia Combines Low-Code Apps with Security Best Practices

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The drive to digital transformation encourages use of low-code application development platforms, but these tools often overlook security, leaving enterprises exposed to unknown threats. TrackVia injects security back into the application development equation using a low-code platform that speeds development yet institutes protection.

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NetMotion Leverages Software-Defined Trend to Secure Mobile Devices

NetMotion Leverages Software-Defined Trend to Secure Mobile Devices

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NetMotion Mobility combines provisioning, governance and security into a package any network admin could love.

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Single Sign-On Buying Guide

Single Sign-On Buying Guide

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Deploying a single sign-on system can improve productivity and lead to better password hygiene, but it also carries some risks.

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3 Noteworthy Windows Server 2016 Security Features

3 Noteworthy Windows Server 2016 Security Features

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Enhanced OS security is often little more than marketing hype, but Microsoft's new Windows Server 2016 features really move the security needle.

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