Why Complexity is IT Security’s Worst Enemy

Organizations across the world continue to strive for greater agility, efficiency, and innovation. But they also need to cut costs, improve productivity and become more competitive. These new requirements...
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Build Your IT Security Business Case

Today’s “average” business in general is ever more reliant on technology and the Internet. Mobility is the most often cited business trend that has transformed the way many of us work...
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Still Using Proxies for URL Filtering? There’s a Better Way

Firewalls enforce network access via a positive control model, where only specific traffic defined in policies is granted access to the network while all other traffic is denied. A proxy solution—either...
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Firewall Buyer’s Guide

Without question, your network is more complex than ever before.  The complexity of your network and your security infrastructure may limit or slow your ability to respond to new or even ongoing cybersecurity...
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Cybersecurity Imperatives: Reinvent Your Network Security with Palo Alto Networks

With all of the recent attention surrounding cybersecurity, it is important for enterprises not to lose sight of the role network security plays as the first line of defense in their cybersecurity strategies....
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Getting Started With a Zero Trust Approach to Network Security

The continued high frequency of successful cyber attacks against today’s enterprises has made it abundantly clear that traditional, perimeter-centric security strategies are no longer effective. With...
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完全正向保密的價值

涉及安全問題時, IT專業人員需要未雨綢繆: 今曰的網站記錄流量竊取者可能在未來成功解密。 解決方案是使用完全正向保密(PFS), 該方式可產生, 使用然後取消無法恢復的暫時性工作階段金鑰。 正確與橢圓曲線加密(ECC)搭配建置時, 完全正向保密比RSA演算法更安全且性能更好。   完全正向保密的价值 Complete...
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The Value of Perfect Forward Secrecy

When it comes to security, IT professionals need to think ahead: An eavesdropper who records traffic today may successfully decrypt it in the future. A solution is to employ Perfect Forward Secrecy, in...
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Symantec Cybercrime Survival Guide

Almost 400 million people fall victim to cybercrime every year. A common way for criminals to attack people is via websites. Unfortunately, this includes legitimate sites that have been hacked or compromised...
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Evaluator’s Guide: Single Sign-On Vendor Selection

The right single sign-on (SSO) solution will allow your users to securely log on once to access all their applications. This protects information, reduces password-related help desk calls, and improves...
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