Oracle Engineered Systems are architected to work as a unified whole, so organizations can hit the ground running after deployment. Organizations choose how they want to consume the infrastructure: on-premises, in a public cloud, or in a public cloud located inside the customer’s data center and behind their firewall using Oracle’s “Cloud at Customer” offering. Oracle Exadata and Zero Data Loss Recovery Appliance (Recovery Appliance) offer an attractive alternative to do-it-yourself deployments. Together, they provide an architecture designed for scalability, simplified management, improved cost of ownership, reduced downtime, zero-data loss, and an increased ability to keep software updated with security and patching.
Download this whitepaper to discover ten capabilities to consider for protecting your Oracle Database Environments.
Published By: Mimecast
Published Date: Dec 20, 2018
In February 2018, mandatory database laws went into effect in Australia. ultimately these laws are about protecting average Australians’ data from criminal organizations. Equifax and the Red Cross were recent victims of these attacks. Watch now to learn more about how these laws will affect your business as you make changes to protect your customers’ data.
Securing your infrastructure, your customer interactions and protecting your data are critical to preserving your reputation and your bottom line. Many cyber attacks remain undetected for up to eight months and can cost an organization an average of 11 million USD.
Published By: Centrify
Published Date: May 26, 2016
This paper examines how securing identity is at the center of protecting your users, systems and data. In fact, today’s threats require a next-generation identity platform. And how Centrify secures enterprise identities through the Centrify Identity Platform.
In this e-book, you'll find principles for effective and efficient disaster recovery, insights on how to ensure your backup solution meets your organization's needs, and what steps you should take to minimize business disruptions due to disasters.
In this white paper, we share 10 critical questions every employer should ask their SaaS provider before moving their workforce management systems—such as time and attendance, scheduling, and leave management—to the cloud. Packed with detailed information about industry standards and tips for protecting your employee data, you’ll learn:
• 10 questions to ask your SaaS provider before you share employee data
• WorkForce Software’s multi-layered approach to cloud security
• What you need to know about disaster recovery and redundancy measures
• What certifications to look for when evaluating cloud providers
Protecting patients, their PHI and your organizational data is mission critical. With almost 15 network connected IoMT devices per bed having an accurate inventroy, minimizing cybersecurity risks, protecting patients & their PHI data is critical.
Published By: Druva -AWS
Published Date: Apr 28, 2018
The core capabilities of Office 365, while powerful, are not necessarily built to be a comprehensive solution for companies’ data availability and governance needs. Find out how your business can establish a strong data protection solution at a better price-point in the cloud.
With cybercrime and security breaches sharply on the rise, protecting valuable information from cyberattacks is an ongoing challenge for companies. In this increasingly insecure world, your critical information deserves the best protection, making the database and surrounding infrastructure the best line of defense. Protect your data better through evolving your approach to data security. Learn about three key steps to reinvent the security of your surrounding infrastructure to create an information fortress by protecting your valuable data at its source.
Technology has helped financial institutions work harder and faster than ever before. The downside: Sensitive data is more vulnerable than ever before. Financial Insights offers ideas and solutions to improve Information Security (IS). Click to learn more on protecting your most important assets, your data.
Whether you’re an end user or an IT administrator, Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) is becoming the rule rather than the exception in today’s workplace. Although BYOD may be a convenience to your employees, you need to think about its impact on corporate security models. This whitepaper explains the risks and rewards of BYOD, and shows you how you can adopt BYOD in your workplace while protecting your data.
Published By: Intralinks
Published Date: Jan 16, 2015
As the tide of data continues to rise, the burden of protecting sensitive data and preventing security breaches can be crushing. This Forrester TechRadar ™: Data Security report provides a framework for developing a long-term approach to keeping your organization’s information secure.
This TechRadar evaluates 20 of the key traditional and emerging data security technologies that can be used to support the key recommendations and best practices of Forrester’s Data Security and Control framework.
- Why the Future of Data Security Matters
- Why Do These 20 Technologies Appear in the TechRadar?- Most Tech is Still in the Early Stages
Protecting your data isn’t a feature on a checklist, something to be tacked on as an afterthought. Security is at the heart of Dropbox for Business, informing not only how we approach new features and enhancements, but also how we’ve designed the product itself. Download here to find out how we’ve built Dropbox for Business to keep data safe for all our users.
Health care organizations face a variety of security challenges—from the growing presence of online personal data to new methods of accessing and transferring medical information. Protecting sensitive data requires more vigilance than ever.
Learn how your IT security peers are responding to threats from mobile and cloud technologies to address these open systems in this latest SANS survey:New Threats Drive Improved Practices: State of Cybersecurity in Health Care Organizations. Inside you’ll see all the results—revealing better awareness of risks with improved commitment of resources and support.
Download now to learn more about how leading health care organizations:
Assess information ecosystems — to understand gaps in infrastructure
Establish data-centric security controls — focusing on information, not just infrastructure
Manage identities — tying data controls closely with identity and access management
Invest in incident response — documenting and maintaining a formal response p
Choosing a solution for Vulnerability Management (VM) is a critical step toward protecting your organization's network and data. Without proven, automated technology for precise detection and remediation, no network can withstand the daily onslaught of new vulnerabilities that threaten security.
Published By: DoubleTake
Published Date: Jul 14, 2010
SMBs in regulated industries are also subject to the same data availability and data
protection requirements as large corporations for regulations such as HIPAA, FDA Part 11, Sarbanes-Oxley and SEC Rule 17, but without the budgets necessary to meet these requirements. This whitepaper provides six tips for an SMB approach to protecting data, such as confidential employee information, so download now to learn how keep your SMB protected from this critical loss of data.
Protecting virtual data demands different tools. Find out how Dell’s holistic solution can help your IT team backup and recover both virtual and physical data quickly and reliably: Solution Brief: Protecting Applications and Data in a Virtual World with Dell AppAssure.
The key tenets of protecting data privacy are: knowing where your data resides, understanding who has access to the data and what are they doing with it, and knowing how the data is being used internally that may result in non-compliance. Additionally, most compliance projects are major, company-wide initiatives and must be managed properly to meet deadlines and keep costs in check.
By combining the industry-leading security intelligence capabilities of IBM QRadar Security Intelligence Platform with the robust data security capabilities of IBM Security Guardium, organizations can help prevent attacks, ensure compliance and reduce costs of security management.
Ensuring your data is compliant can be a fairly straightforward
task. Your IT team works their way through the checklist, and
stays out of trouble with lawyers and regulatory agencies.
There’s value to that. But true data protection is more than
regulatory compliance. In fact, even if you’re compliant, your
organization could still be at risk unless you strategically identify
and protect your most valuable data.
Traditionally, you’ve been presented with IT security
metrics—sometimes reassuring, other times alarming. But
simply reviewing IT security metrics is not meaningful in and
of itself. As an executive, you don’t evaluate issues in siloes.
Instead, you excel at assessing issues in the broader context
of your organizational operations. In other words, technical
security data and metrics lack value unless viewed through
the lens of business risk.
When you’re presented with IT security metrics, your
question is: What does this mean for my business? And
ultimately, what data should I
Data—dynamic, in demand and distributed—is challenging to
secure. But you need to protect sensitive data, whether it’s stored
on-premises, off-site, or in big-data, private- or hybrid-cloud
environments. Protecting sensitive data can take many forms, but
nearly any organization needs to keep its data accessible, protect
data from loss or compromise, and comply with a raft of regulations
and mandates. These can include the Payment Card Industry Data
Security Standard (PCI DSS), the Health Insurance Portability and
Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) and the European Union (EU)
General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Even in the cloud, where
you may have less immediate control, you must still control your
sensitive data—and compliance mandates still apply.
When you’re presented with IT security metrics, your
question is: What does this mean for my business? And
ultimately, what data should I be most concerned with? The
point is, not all data deserves equal protection. A more effective
approach is to understand:
• Which data is most critical (also known as “crown jewels”)?
• Where does that data reside?
• How is it exposed to security risks?
• What potential impact would a security breach to this data
have on your organization?
• What are the appropriate steps to take based on the
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