Assessing, Simplifying, and Integrating IAM Ransomware, data breaches, and password leaks are dominating the headlines in 2016. In 2015 there were more than 169 million records exposed in 1,400 data breaches. An astonishing 43% of those breaches were caused by people within the breached organizations. The identities in your organization – the employees, contractors, suppliers, -> Continue reading Webinar | Identity and Access Management Workshop [IAM]
Crash Course: Tools & Skills for Vulnerability Management Implementing Vulnerability Management tools and testing are essential for maintaining a solid security posture. Building vulnerability management into your security planning is essential, and provides two main benefits: identifying your weakest areas and attack awareness, giving you the ability to build better defenses and protect against real-time -> Continue reading Webinar | Vulnerability Management Workshop
Better IT Security Thru Prioritization and Automation Finding and closing security vulnerabilities can be a daunting task for most IT security teams. Building a great security posture begins with the fundamentals: people, process, and technology (PPT). These three pieces must be strong and work seamlessly in order to maximize their effectiveness. One weak link can -> Continue reading Webinar | Real-Time Risk Management
The enemy is knocking at the gate, the hardest questions for security teams today is which gate out of 1000’s and which side is it coming from. Whether it’s hackers using new methods to gain access or insider threats like a simple mistake of leaving a laptop behind, data defense is becoming very challenging.
Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs) use technologies, people, and processes over an extended time to defeat your defenses. If your defenses don’t incorporate those three pieces chances are your data and Intellectual property (IP) are at risk.
The leading cause of data breaches is people. Employees are a company’s most valuable asset and unfortunately they are usually the weakest point in a security strategy.Worse, in most cases the effectiveness of social engineering attacks now exceeds 90%.
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