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Published By: Akamai Technologies     Published Date: May 05, 2017
Security and performance were once considered separate issues requiring very different solutions. But now that malicious hackers have discovered new and better ways to affect both aspects of a website, you need solutions that can plug security holes while enhancing frontend performance. How is that possible? In this report, we explore browser-based solutions that can beef up security and enhance end-user performance in one stroke. This report examines several techniques for dealing with third party content issues in the browser, including HSTS, iframe, and prefetch. It also dives into service workers and browser-based scripts that provide many security and performance options. Download it now and learn how you can jointly improve security and increase performance.
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cyber security, security, web linking, performance
    
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Published By: Hewlett Packard Enterprise     Published Date: Mar 31, 2016
Is your organization prepared for a cyberattack? Most aren’t. 86% of organizations surveyed lack adequate cybersecurity capabilities. Read MIT Technology Review’s latest infographic, based on their survey of 225 business and IT leaders, and learn if you have cybersecurity holes and how to patch them.
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Published By: Illusive Networks     Published Date: Apr 10, 2019
During periods of rapid growth, your business is especially vulnerable to cyberattacks from both malicious insiders, and external threat actors. Extended periods of IT change and consolidation can open seemingly minor security gaps that can quickly become gaping holes attackers will exploit. This quick read will enrich your internal dialog about how to prepare for elevated risk of high-impact cyberattacks.
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m&a, mergers and acquisitions, business infrastructure, external threats, cyber attacks, vulnerability management, business it, it security, network security, cyber risk, deception technology, endpoint security, illusive networks, lateral movement, enterprise security
    
Illusive Networks
Published By: Ahead     Published Date: Nov 15, 2018
If your business is like many other organizations that are in the process of enabling a Microsoft Azure public cloud platform, then you might be struggling with the guardrails needed to secure and manage cost, while at the same time enabling flexibility for the teams consuming cloud services. While the Azure platform is already very secure, it also allows a great deal of flexibility in configuration. In order to avoid accidentally creating security holes and out-of-control spend, a Governance Framework is required. We created the AHEAD Azure Governance framework to allow enterprises to develop and maintain a fully optimized, and secure environment. The resulting framework will be tailored to your organization’s specific business and compliance needs, as every enterprise is different. This guide will introduce you to the components of this necessary Azure Foundational Governance Design.
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Published By: Entrust Datacard     Published Date: Jan 16, 2015
Upon issuance, all SSL digital certificates have a finite lifespan and are no longer recognized as valid upon expiration. Certificates may have varying periods of validity and are often set to expire anywhere between one and five years based on company policy and/or cost considerations. This guide — intended for IT and security professionals — outlines the key elements of a certificate lifecycle management process and how to provide adequate tools and training to implement this process.
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entrust, ssl, certificates, security, professionals, management, lifecycle, certificate, issues, holes, verification, applications, domains, audit, scan, systems, policies, monitor, inventory
    
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Published By: Panda Security     Published Date: Feb 06, 2008
Today’s targeted malware attacks are infecting unsuspecting businesses at astonishing rates, rendering traditional antivirus solutions ineffective. Reported and known viruses are becoming less important compared to the increase in unknown threats and attacks.
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security, threats, ips, intrusion prevention, internet security, hackers, hacker, virus, antivirus, anti-virus, holes, vulnerability, vulnerabilities, panda, panda security, network security
    
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Published By: Group M_IBM Q1'18     Published Date: Dec 20, 2017
Despite the business-transforming upsides of data from the Internet of things (IoT), there’s a downside: security. Porous networks and lax users offer tantalizing access for hackers. Although most security spending is at the enterprise level, a shift is needed to secure IoT applications and provide improved governance and accountability. Electronics companies must create secure environments that safely collect, consume, share and store data on their networks. But they also must go beyond devices and consumers to close holes to factory, ecosystem and partner networks.
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planet scale security, iot, security, iot application, application security, partner networks
    
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Published By: IBM MaaS360     Published Date: Feb 05, 2015
Smart companies are realizing a vital part of any mobile device management strategy is to mitigate risk by sealing these security holes in document sharing and finding new ways to enhance information sharing across the enterprise in a secure and compliant manner.
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mobile device management, mobile document sharing, risk mitigation, document security, byod, security, it management
    
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Published By: Qualys     Published Date: Jan 08, 2015
Imagine putting first responders on your operational team instantly on alert about new network vulnerabilities – and how to fix them? This capability is called “continuous monitoring” (CM) and a new guide from Qualys shows you how it can dramatically boost security of your network. Learn how CM provides you with an always-on view of potential security holes. The guide explains how using CM is a vital step toward achieving continuous security of your network – the Holy Grail for every network security manager! In the guide, you will learn how to automatically leverage vulnerability scans with CM for stronger security. Continuous Monitoring: A New Approach to Proactively Protecting Your Global Perimeter offers an easy blueprint for using automation to achieve continuous security and compliance. Download the guide now to learn more about CM: Requirements—why CM is vital Scanning—value of continuous vulnerability scans Best Practices—for using CM Benefits—examples of how CM improves se
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continuous monitoring, network security, vulnerability, best practices, security
    
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Published By: SPAN Systems     Published Date: Aug 30, 2013
2013 was a challenging year for major companies fighting high-profile security breaches. Apple, Twitter, Facebook, Microsoft, Tumblr, Burger King, Jeep, Evernote and The New York Times are just a few of the big-name organizations that had to combat security problems.
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securing applications, compliance, security, applications, security, firewall, compliance issues, loopeholes, ddos, denial of service
    
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Published By: AirDefense     Published Date: Apr 24, 2007
This white paper is designed to guide network administrators and security managers to design, implement, and enforce wireless LAN security policies that enable every organization to fully reap the benefits of wireless LANs without experiencing undue management pains and security holes.
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sox, sarbox, sarbanes oxley, sarbanes-oxley, compliance, hipaa, wlan, wlans, wireless security, wireless lan, wireless lans, vulnerability management, security policy, security policies, airdefense
    
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Published By: Creekpath     Published Date: Aug 21, 2009
An effective storage management solution must consider the role of SAN security in ensuring network and data integrity. When Direct Attached Storage (DAS) was the majority of storage, security was not an issue. By preventing access to the server you could stop access to the server-owned storage resources of disk and tape. Holes in SAN security practices can threaten data integrity and system availability.
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storage management, som, storage operations management, direct attached storage, das, san security, high availability, data integrity, database security, data protection, backup, creekpath
    
Creekpath
Published By: GFI     Published Date: Jan 11, 2008
2008 brings with it new challenges and issues that network and systems administrators should be aware of, particularly vulnerabilities brought on by users. This white paper examines the top concerns which network security professionals should be prepared to face in 2008, and how they can be mitigated.
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gfi, employees, employee vulnerability, vulnerability management, vulnerability, vulnerabilities, security concerns, internal threats, internal, spam, gullibility, security holes, human error, pebcac, network security, access control, monitoring
    
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Published By: Ecora Software     Published Date: Aug 15, 2007
Better preparation means better results – Learn how to prepare for an audit; how to develop a self-audit process; how to develop a security template; and much more.
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security audit, audit, auditing, vulnerability assessment, vulnerability management, infrastructure, patch, patch management, compliance, holes, security holes, ecora
    
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Published By: Cox Business     Published Date: Dec 19, 2016
Solutions that make it easy to keep track of security and software updates will give you an edge like no other. In many cases, hackers target specific holes in outdated software. Rather than dealing with the headache of continually updating each computer in your network, use tools that track and perform system updates automatically. You’ll always be ahead of the curve.
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