With the frequency of mega breaches continuing to rise it's essential your organisation can protect itself against a mega breach by deploying next-generation endpoint protection technology alongside an aggressive proactive hunting strategy.
Although it’s usually high-profile breaches of Fortune 100 companies that grab the headlines, small and mid-sized businesses are not immune from attack. If your company relies on IT systems then you are also at risk.
Thousands of attacks are carried out against organisations of all sizes every year. Yet, with antivirus software almost universally in place – how do these attacks keep happening? This guide analyzes the most important elements to consider when replacing a current solution.
Cyberattacks hit new highs in the past year as the overall level of sophistication across the global threat landscape experienced a meteoric rise. This report discusses the important shifts in the threat landscape, and provides the information you need to make your organisation more resilient.
The cybersecurity landscape is rapidly changing and security teams need to keep up with this speed. How do you know whether the threat is dangerous? How do you increase your accuracy? And how do you prioritise and act fast?
How do you assess the state of your current threat intelligence program? The Threat Intelligence Maturity Model in this report reviews each stage to help you assess where you are on the path to a mature threat intelligence programme.
In order to meet contemporary data challenges head on, cyber-security professionals need a contemporary - forward-thinking, even - strategy. The emerging solution is the ready-to-roll Hyper-Converge Infrastructure, the newest line of defence in data security
A 2015 Gartner report estimated that 25% of Global 2000 organisations would be using DevOps and Agile development practices as part of their mainstream strategies by the close of 2016. Our experience with Synopsys customers confirms this prediction has come true.
For organisations today, suffering a serious security breach involving privileged access is no longer a question of if, but when. This report discusses the current threats from privileged insiders and vendors and provides recommendations for managing, controlling, and monitoring the privileged access organisations grant to their systems and data.