Recent changes in hacking combined with the emergence of the Internet of Everything have profoundly changed how we protect our systems, driving us to think about a new approach to cybersecurity. In this paper, learn about the challenges that created the need for a new threat-centric security model spanning the full attack continuum: before, during and after an attack.
Federal agencies must take a proactive approach to information and network security due to increasing cybersecurity threats. IBM Tivoli Endpoint Manager, built on BigFix technology, is the leading enterprise cybersecurity solution to help combat cyber threats and eliminate vulnerabilities.
In the wake of the recent Sony data breach, customer and company privacy issues have become a hot topic in the media and the tech sector. The Sony incident and other widely covered consumer-facing data breaches experienced by Target, Home Depot, JPMorgan Chase and others have had a significant financial impact on these companies.
Experts are projecting that both the number of incidents and the cost of dealing with data breaches will increase in 2015. To combat these attacks, businesses must respond with a heightened awareness of cybersecurity as well as increased spending on enterprise security as needed. Designating high level executives to lead security and hiring certified security experts are among the best practices for stronger IT security in 2015 and beyond.
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Data security isn’t just about data security. It’s about job security. And marketing. And finance. And company valuation. Download the new eBook to see what questions you need to ask about your organization’s security measures, why they matter, and what else you need to know. Here’s what you need to ask your team:
1. Do you feel limited by budget or staff size?
2. How often do you see unsanctioned cloud services in use?
3. Are you protecting yourself against insider threats?
4. Do you have a cybersecurity task force in place?
5. Is your "bring your own device" policy secure?
Today’s advanced cyber threats target every computer and
mobile device, including enterprise endpoints, especially
those that make up critical infrastructure like industrial
control systems and embedded devices that control much
of our physical world. The modern computing landscape
consists of a complex array of physical, mobile, cloud, and
virtual computing, creating a vast attack surface. Meanwhile,
the cybersecurity industry is prolific with defense-in-depth
security technologies, despite a threat landscape that remains
highly dynamic, sophisticated, and automated.
Cylance, however, takes a unique and innovative approach
of using real-time, mathematical, and machine learning
threat analysis to solve this problem at the endpoint for
organizations, governments, and end-users worldwide.
Artificial intelligence (AI) has become a security industry
buzzword so broadly applied as to become almost meaningless.
When every product boasts AI capabilities, security decision
makers may quickly become cynical, even in the face of the
most exciting innovation shaping cybersecurity today.
Cyber attacks are increasing in frequency, sophistication, and e ectiveness.1 The ongoing trend of
successful attacks demonstrates that cybersecurity practices are not keeping pace with modern
threats. Is your organization well-defended, or living on borrowed time?
Here are ten signs to help you determine whether your endpoint protection is primed for action or
ready for retirement.
The Cylance 2019 Threat Report represents the company’s
piece of the overall cybersecurity puzzle. It details the trends
observed and the insights gained, and the threats Cylance’s
consulting team, research team, and customers encountered
over the past year. Cylance shares this report in the hope that
you will put it to good use in our collective fight against the
rising tide of cyber attacks worldwide.
To help you distinguish whether your cybersecurity solution is up to the task, download our infographic. It’s a comprehensive reference that will help you ensure that your security protocol is offering true protection for you, your business, and your employees.
“More than 70 percent of cyber attacks target small businesses," according to a National Cyber Security Alliance estimate. Yet 68 percent of small business owners in a recent survey seemed oblivious to the threat. Why the disconnect? What should they be doing to protect their business-critical systems and data? How can small businesses wring maximum value from their cybersecurity investments? Where do AI-based endpoint protection, detection, and response platforms fit into the mix? Read this BlackBerry Cylance sponsored white paper, Small Organizations Still Need Big Security, to find out.
This white paper describes a holistic approach to healthcare cybersecurity, which incorporates sophisticated big data analytics to help better protect and secure the vast array of data healthcare organizations maintain.
McAfee Labs foresees an increase in threats related to social networking sites, banking security, and botnets, as well as attacks targeting users, businesses, and applications. However, in 2010 McAfee also expects to see an increase in the effectiveness of law enforcement to fight back against cybercrime is also anticipated. Read this report to learn more about what to expect in 2010.
APTs (advanced persistent threats) have changed the world of enterprise security and how networks and organizations are attacked. This book provides an in-depth examination of real-world
attacks and APTs, the shortcomings of legacy security solutions,
the capabilities of next-generation firewalls, and security best
Wireless technology is increasingly used in machine safety applications. New solutions introduce mobility and offer higher levels of flexibility and safety for plant floor operators. This eBook explores how modern wireless implementations can increase user safety and mobility, reduce installation costs, and boost productivity.
The industry of tomorrow will be different. More volatile markets, new technology capabilities, and increased pressure on performance will precipitate the change. But with change comes opportunity…the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) has unleashed huge potential for industrial customers. There is a reported $14 trillion of new business growth up for grabs – and your goal of better business performance can help you earn your fair share of that growth. How can you make the most of this potential?
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New digital technology now makes it feasible to integrate process control and SIF within a common automation infrastructure. While this can provide productivity and asset management benefits, if not done correctly, it can also compromise the safety and security of an industrial operation. Cybersecurity and sabotage vulnerability further accentuate the need for securing the safety instrumented system (SIS).
Certainly, a common platform approach using similar hardware and software dedicated for control and safety functions, respectively, can provide the potential for cost savings. However, it is widely acknowledged that utilizing separate, independent, and diverse hardware/software for safety and control is the optimal way to protect against potentially catastrophic common cause and systematic design and application errors.
Different vendors offer varied degrees of integration and solutions. The question is: how to provide an integrated control and safety solution with advanced functionality and productivity without compromising safety and security? And, where do users draw the line?
A third-party (e.g., TÜV) certification of the hardware/software systems to IEC 61508 specifications carries significant advantages, but should this be the only criterion? How does a third-party certificate extend to the plant’s overall assignment of risk reduction credits for all independent protection layers (IPL)? Control system embedded safety logic solvers may actually increase the SIL requirements of the SIF if no credit is allowed for the distributed control system (DCS) as an IPL.
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A paradigm shift is underway in the cybersecurity industry. Cybersecurity professionals are moving from a focus on attacker prevention to attacker detection. Preventing the “bad guys” from getting in is still important, but cyber adversaries are increasingly able to bypass even the most sophisticated network defenses. Once inside, it is more important than ever to find these attackers fast, before their activities get buried in the daily volume and pulse of network communications. This is where security analytics holds promise. Security analytics provides the necessary and timely visibility into normal and abnormal network behavior. This visibility enables devices and entities acting suspiciously to be quickly identified and investigated.