Securing Office 365: From Data Protection to Mobile Access

While Microsoft may provide the overarching infrastructure for Office 365, i.e., the host operating system and physical security of the facilities in which Office 365 operates, it’s up to the customer...
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Cybersecurity – You’re Already Compromised: Threat Intelligence Would Have Told You Sooner

Corporate spending on IT security reached a record $71 billion in 2014. This represents an 8% increase over 2013, and it’s predicted to increase even more in 2015. With an accelerated increase...
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Frost & Sullivan Executive Brief: Secure Pipes: Changing the Expectation of Your Internet Service Providers

The Internet was a 20th century blessing, and one which continues to provide transformational benefits in the 21st century. The Internet is no less significant in transforming the world economy than...
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Why a Network-based Security Solution is Better Than Using Point Solutions Architectures

As security requirements and cyber threats keep evolving, network-based security that relies on monitoring command and control servers, suspect sites and IP addresses, and Netflow sessions, as well as...
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Top 10 DDoS Attack Trends

DDoS attacks are constantly evolving, both in terms of size as well as sophistication. Not keeping up with the changes in the DDoS attack landscape could leave your business vulnerable to attacks. This...
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Top 10 Database Threats

Practical applications for Big Data have become widespread, and Big Data has now become the new “prize” for hackers. Worse, widespread lack of Big Data security expertise spells disaster....
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The Keys to the Office: Metro Bank Secures Office 365 for Mobile Employees

Learn how Metro Bank ramps up employee productivity and collaboration with secure access to Office 365 apps. Please complete the form below to access this research: Business E-mail Address ...
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The Cloud App Visibility Blindspot

This white paper covers the significant blindspot in visibility and increased risks for organizations in the face of “Shadow IT”. In addition, this paper covers why traditional controls that secure...
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Digital Media and Gaming Company Protects Cloud-based Apps and Services on AWS

In anticipation of a major product launch, this online gaming company decided to host its e-commerce applications on Amazon Web Services (AWS), rather than invest significant time and money upgrading...
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IaaS Reference Architectures: for AWS

Data center, IT and Operations Architects can now secure their web applications whether they are on-premise, in a virtual environment or in the most popular public cloud, Amazon Web Services (AWS). This...
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