Making Procurement Simple

How are procurement teams driving business success at companies around the world? It starts with cutting through complexity and simplifying end-to-end processes. Find out how in this eBook from Procurement Leaders.You’ll get insight into a wide range o…

Beyond Next-gen: Defining Future-ready Endpoint Security

The term “next-gen” is commonly cited by technology vendors to position a product as being innovative based on new and differentiated capabilities. Notable next-gen cybersecurity products include next-gen firewalls, the state of the art of which now represents the standard, current-generation firewall technology. The notion of “next-gen” is now promoted by some providers of endpoint security software as a way to improve the efficacy of protecting endpoints from compromise, given the prominent role endpoints play in cybersecurity attacks, the ways in which mobility and cloud apps have expanded the attack surface area, and the multitude of threats that circumvent signature-based antivirus. Because next-gen products become current-gen and, eventually, last-gen, organizations should think strategically about their next endpoint security investment as one that can transcend generations by keeping pace with the shifting threat landscape across a broadening attack surface area.

Request Free!

Cyber Ransom Survival Guide: The Growing Threat of Ransomware and RDoS – and What to Do About It

It’s 9:30 in the morning. You’ve grabbed your morning coffee and caught up on email. Now you’re settling in to read an article online. Suddenly, your machine freezes, and this message pops up: “You have been caught accessing inappropriate content and your device will remain locked unless you pay $$$$.”

Welcome to the world of cyber ransom—one of the fastest-growing security concerns around the globe.

Every day, ransom tactics are being used to target individuals and companies across industries around the world.

What can you do about cyber ransom? As with so many threats, knowledge is power. This eBook offers a concise overview of the topic—including the current threat landscape (with samples of actual letters and tweets), who’s likely to be targeted (and why), the marketplace and tools fueling the trend and, perhaps most importantly, questions you need to ask and steps you need to take to safeguard your organization.

Request Free!