In this episode of Business Matters, we reflect on the events of 2015 with Denis Zenkin, Senior Vice President, Corporate #Communications, who was in the middle of the whirlwind surrounding the #Duqu 2.0 #incident and outgoing communications.
With a state Senate mandate to provide cybersecurity services to all state agencies and a shortage of trained security personnel, the State of North Dakota SecOps team has deployed Cortex XDR and Demisto as the cornerstone of their new SOC strategy.
62% of security professionals in Asia Pacific say that defending against user behavior is their #1 challenge. Find out what else can businesses do to reduce the risk that email threats pose with Stephen Dane, Managing Director, Cybersecurity, APJC, Cisco.
Seattle Proton Therapy turned to Dell EMC Data Protection to solve an immediate capacity need for backing up their patients’ medical records while complying with government regulations like HIPAA. They found the Dell EMC IDPA DP4400 appliance easy to deploy, with a minimal learning curve for their admins. With excellent deduplication, they continue to save space, and they’ve reduced the time to access crucial data from 1 to 2 weeks to a matter of minutes.
At the "Cybersecurity Insights: Security in the Digital Era" event, John Pescatore, Director at SANS Institute, discusses how infrastructure and security have always been linked, but not particularly successful. Why has it failed and what must happen now?
Email is the number one threat vector for delivery of malware into organizations. Stephen Dane, Managing Director, Cybersecurity, APJC, Cisco, explores the current state of the challenges that security practitioners face, and what CISOs can do to reduce the risk that email threats pose.
It should be: With today's attack landscape, continuous threat detection and monitoring is a must-have, not an option. See how Stealthwatch can help by analyzing your entire network traffic, on-premises or in the cloud. It reduces massive data sets to high-fidelity alarms using behavioral modeling, machine learning and Talos threat intelligence.
By 2021, it’s estimated that cybercrime will cost the world economy more than $6 trillion. In our hyper-connected world, every device is storing and computing data making it a potential touch point for intrusion by a cybercriminal, ransomware, or malware. Understanding the shifting threat landscape is crucial to safeguarding data. This is why Hewlett Packard Enterprise is building security into everything we do. Explore how security innovations from Hewlett Packard Labs make into product roadmaps and find out what top IT security trends and challenges to look out for in the near to longer term.
Under pressure from big merchants and watchful regulators, the two mega app stores Apple and Google made concessions last year that gave merchants monetisation options outside of their stores. For example, in June 2020, the European Commission opened an anti-trust investigation to “assess whether Apple's rules for app developers on the distribution of apps via the App Store violate EU competition rules.”